Henry on Management Part 1 Spring 2009

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Henry on Management
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Outline I. Review: Threads of Organizations—Theories II. Fabric of Organizations—Forces A. Assessment B. Information C. Changing the Organization III. Application
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I. Review Threads—intellectual evolution of organization theory Fabric—how organizational theorists explain the ways in which organization weave those threads to form organizations
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I. Review: Models of Organizations Closed—bureaucratic, hierarchical, formal, rational, mechanistic Open—collegial, competitive, free market, informal, natural, organic Differences—assumptions about: the organizational environment, the nature of human beings, the role and legitimacy of manipulation in organizations, and the moral significance of organizations in society
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II. Fabric of Organizations Question—how do organizations adapt and related to the manifold forces that roil in them and the society surrounding them?
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A. Assessment of Organizations: Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Social
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