Exploring complex organizations: a cultural perspective

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Sage Publications, Jan 23, 1992 - Business & Economics - 250 pages
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The author of this volume explains how and why the mysteries of complex formal organizations are best unravelled using ethnographic techniques. Her book draws on the themes developed by leading thinkers in organization theory, cultural anthropology and sociology, and describes a personal quest for methods of organizational analysis that will be of interest to all students and scholars concerned with the potential of qualitative research in organizational settings.

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Contents

Introduction in a Form of SelfExplanation
1
The Original Sin and the New Sin
40
Why Has It Parted Ways With
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BARBARA CZARNIAWSKA-JOERGES is Associate Professor of Business Administration at the Economic Research Institute, Stockholm School of Economics.

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