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We arrive then, at the first definition: an organization is a collectivity oriented] to
the pursuit of relatively specific goals and exhibiting a relatively highly formalized
social structure. Note that this definition focuses attention not only on the ...
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American Medical Association: Power, Purpose, and Politics in Organized
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MANSFIELD, ROGER. “Bureaucracy and Centralization: An Examination of
Organizational Structure,” Administrative Science Quarterly, 18 (December 1973)
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A very useful summary of the field of organizational science. Its treatment of three different paradigms to understand organizations (as rational, natural, and open systems) is tremendously insightful ... Read full review
THE SUBJECT Is ORGANIZATIONS
TlE ELEMENTS OF ORGANIZATIONS
DEFINING THE CONCEPT OF ORGANIZATION
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