All Organizations Are Public: Comparing Public and Private Organizations
Using the term publicness to mean the degree to which the organization is affected by political authority, Bozeman (public policy, Georgia Institute of Technology) argues that such publicness, impacting all organizations, is critical to understanding organization behavior and management. With this idea at the heart of his discussion, he reviews
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