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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/12/10 Studying Organizations: C. Grey
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4/12/10 Introduction Camps of Organization Theory: Positivism vs. Social Constructionists Managerialists vs. Critics Theory vs. practice
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4/12/10 Classical Approaches: Max Weber: society held together by “rational-legal authority” Bureaucracy Removal of discretion What is rationality? Formal or instrumental rationality vs. Substantive or value rationality Formal/Substantive split and camps of thought
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4/12/10 Bureaucracy & Scientific Bureaucratic Dysfunction Procedures and practice Goal displacement Unintended consequences
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Bureaucracy & Scientific Taylorism and Scientific Management A science of each element of work Scientific selection and training of workers Division of labor between workers and mangers Cooperation between managers and workers Positives of Scientific Management? Negatives of Scientific Management?
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2010 for the course MGT mgt 11 taught by Professor Bob during the Spring '10 term at Gettysburg.

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