Theories of Organization
Henry L. Tosi’s Theories of Organization offers a unique treatment of a broad range of important theoretical approaches to the study of organizations, including a thorough overview of classical theory, institutional theory, population ecology, critical organization theory, and postmodern approaches. Tosi also provides a helpful summary of the work of Chester Barnard, the contributions of James March and Herbert Simon, and economic approaches to organization.
Intended Audience: This book is useful as a supplemental text in advanced undergraduate or graduate courses in Organizational Theory.
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