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Unformatted text preview: command, (de)centralization, etc.
® Bureaucracy, open/closed structures,
mechanistic/organic, old/new style organizations
® Line and staff positions and how they and their
® Narrow and wide spans of control
Functional organizations and divisional ones by
region, etc – from class notes and session
® Understand strengths and weaknesses of each
® Know when one or another generally applies Cross-Cultural Considerations
Hofstede’s national culture
® Emerging and future global
challenges and needs
® Friedman and Florida
® Just what each of them is saying
® What does all this mean for today’s and
tomorrow’s professional workers?
8 Change management and
® What and stages of change happens in each phase? ® Internal
Internal and external forces for change
® Which strategy for overcoming
resistance works best in a given
® Organizational Development
® What it can do and how the process works
9 Introductory sessions 01-02 The field of organizational
D. Relies solely on the findings of
Recognizes that all organizations
should be managed the same way.
Studies individual, small group, and
larger organizational processes.
Focuses on the behavior of
organizations, not people.
11 _______ is an example of a middle
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