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Key Concepts in Organization Theory

Author: LUHMAN, JOHN TETA
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Pub Date: 01/10/2012
ISBN: 9781847875532
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Quick overview Contains an A-Z list of all the key terms a student studying organization theory needs to understand, along with clear definitions, discussions of each area and further reading.
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From agency theory to workplace democracy, this indispensable guide to the key concepts of organization theory is your compass as you navigate through the often complex and abstract theories about the design and functioning of organizations. Designed to complement and elucidate your textbook or reading list, as well as introduce you to concepts that some courses neglect, this historical and interdisciplinary A-Z account of the field: - Helps you understand the basics of organization theory - Allows you to check your understanding of specific concepts - Fills in any gaps left by your course reading, and - Is a powerful revision tool Each entry is consistently structured, providing a definition of the concept and why it's important to theory and practice, followed by a summary of current debates and a list of further reading. This companion will provide you with the nuts and bolts of an understanding that will serve you not just in your organization studies course, but throughout your degree and beyond.

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