Organization Theory Tension and Change

ISBN-10: 0072341661
ISBN-13: 9780072341669
Edition: 2001
Authors: David Jaffee
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Book details

List price: $82.81
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 7/28/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

Organization Theory: Tension and Change
Introduction: Definitions and Conceptions
Organization: Elements, A Definition and Images W. Richard Scott's Elements of Organization
Definition of Organization Gareth Morgan's Images of Organization Classical Social Theory and Organizational Analysis
Contemporary Social Theory and Organizational Analysis Structural Functionalism Conflict Theory Symbolic Interactionism
Conceptual Framework for the Analysis of Organization Theory
Controlling
The Human Factor Organizational Behavior and the Human Factor Marxist Theory and the Unique Nature of Labor Philosophical Status of the Human Factor
The Human Factor and the Reformulation of Organization Theory and Management Practice Tension
Differentiation and Integration The Technical Division of Labor: Intraorganizational Dynamics
The Social Division of Labor: Interorganizational Dynamics
A Note on Organizational Tensions and Ascribed Characteristics Paradox: The Underlying Source of Organizational Tension Models of Organizational Paradox
Three Cases of Organizational Paradox Summary
The Rise of the Factory System
Introduction The Formal Subordination of Labor: Creating
A Human Factor of Production
The Real Subordination of Labor: Disciplining the Human Factor Traditional Habits and Cultures Early Strategies and Assumptions Scientific Management in Theory Motivation for the Theory
The Principles and Stages Assessment and Consequences Scientific Management in Practice: The Hoxie Study Scientific Management: The Broader Context Summary
The Human Organization
The Hawthorne Revelations and Beyond The Hawthorne Experiments: The Human Factor Observed Interpeting the Results Hawthorne and the Revision of Organization Theory Roethlisberger
Chester's World: Barnard's Theory of Organization and Management
The Organization and the Individual Common Moral Purpose Humanistic Management Practice Human Relations and Human Needs From Human Relations to Human Resources Leadership Beyond Legitimate Authority
Four Approaches to Leadership Does Leadership Matter?
Summary
Bureaucracy, Rationalization, and Organization Theory
Weber and the Rational-Bureaucratic Model Weber and the Dilemma of Authority Bureaucratic Dysfunctions and Unintended Consequences
The Bureaucratic Personality
Patterns of Industrial Bureaucracy
Dynamics of Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy as Institution
Bureaucracy as a Moral Maze Operationalizing the Rational Model: Administrative Science
Bureaucratic Rationalization and Domination Arguments of Classical And Critical Social Theory Bureaucratic Domination and Marxist Theory Bureaucracy's Other Face McDonaldization: Diffusion of the Bureaucratic Ethos The Principles of McDonaldization Application to Higher Education
The Charges against Bureaucracy
Summary
Emerging Organizational Forms: Beyond Fordism
Fordism Features of the Fordist Model
The Demise of Fordism
The Transition from Fordism to New Forms
Toward Alternative Organizational Models Toyotaism Lean Production: 'The Machine that Changed the World' Lean Production in Practice The Flexibility Paradigm Flexible Specialization Lean and Mean, or Fat and Mean? Forms of Flexibility
Summary
Emerging Organizational Paradigms: Post- Bureaucracy, Culture, and Knowledge
Postbureaucrati
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