## A Mathematical Organization Theory |

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### Contents

Problem Formulation | 5 |

The Organization Member | 23 |

The Line of a Centralized Organization | 65 |

Copyright | |

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Alfa and Bravo Alfa's algorithm 7.16 alternate processing analogous assignment protocol assume assumption avoid overload Axiom bypass centralized organization chapter Chief of Staff condition conditional entropy considered Content Theories Control Branch Corollary defined design problem developed distributed processing elements Executive Branch Executive protocol external decentralization fact fallibility feasibility problem Figure ganizational hence hierarchy incentives interval Line level Line members Line protocol Line supervisors linear programming problem load Lyapunov function mathematical matrix mean processing multilinear programming problem namely objective function optimal protocol organization member organizational design organizational performance output overload constraints p(vk p(yk payoff matrix personal utilities possible practice preceding section private inputs private sources prob probabilities p(uj problem formulation productivity proof Proposition protocol probabilities reason resistance to change rewards similar single-level Line solution Staff protocol stochastic matrix structure subelements subordinates supervisory overhead Suppose symmetric game task Theorem theory variables