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The Dynamics of Organizations
ORGANIZATIONS AS RATIONAL SYSTEMS
Dysfunctional Aspects of Rational Models
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achievement actions activities adaptation administrative management analysis approach areas assumptions authority basic bureaucracy cause/effect Chapter characteristics cognitive communication complex concept conflict consequences control system decision rules defined described differentiation dynamic dysfunctional effect efficiency elements emergent behavior environmental example expect factors feedback formal organization Frederick Herzberg function ganization goals hygiene factors increase individual influence input-output analysis inputs integration interaction interpersonal job enlargement job enrichment leader leadership management by objectives managerial Max Weber ment Microeconomics motivation negentropic norms objectives open system operations organization's organizational behavior organizational studies organizational system outcomes output participants perception performance person planning predict problem production professional rational relations relationships relevant environment Resource Discussion response role scientific management sensitivity training situation social specific structure subenvironment subordinates subsystems subunits T-group task technical core techniques tend theory tion unanticipated understanding values variables variance workers