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作者 Warglien, Massimo
書名 The Logic of Organizational Disorder
出版項 Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 1995
國際標準書號 9783110871814 (electronic bk.)
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說明 1 online resource (214 pages)
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系列 De Gruyter Studies in Organization Ser. ; v.66
De Gruyter Studies in Organization Ser
附註 Intro -- The Logic Of Organizational Disorder: An Introduction -- Introduction -- The Emergence Of Organizational Disorder: The Garbage Can Model'S Messing With Tradition -- Parallel, Emergent Behavior -- Formal Structures And Emergent Behaviors -- Ambiguity And Loose Coupling -- Modeling Organizational Disorder -- This Book -- References -- Sifting The Garbage: Conceptualizing And Explaining Processes Of Strategic Decision Making -- Introduction -- Topics Of Decision -- The Settings For Decision -- Sample And Data Collection -- Three Types Of Decision Making Process -- Sporadic Processes -- Fluid Processes -- Constricted Processes -- Which Way Will A Decision Move? -- Differences Between Organizations -- In Conclusion -- References -- Organized Anarchies: A Reconsideration Of Research Strategies -- Introduction -- Presentation Of The Garbage Can Model -- Questions Raised By The Use Of The Garbage Can Model In Empirical Studies -- Most Of These Empirical Studies Deal With Exceptions -- The Organizational Context Is Ignored -- The Actors' Rationality Is Put Into Doubt -- The Interpretation Of Data Emphasizes Ambiguity And Neglects Any Kind Of "Regulation" -- Our Research Strategy For The Study Of French And German Universities -- Priority To The Whole System Rather Than To Isolated Decision Processes -- Priority To Actors -- Results And What We Learned From Them -- References -- The Diffusion Of Innovation In The Judicial System -- Introduction -- Uniformity And Diversity In The Judicial System -- The Tribunaux De Grande Instance -- High Organizational Diversity -- Limited Management Discretion -- The Two Dimensions Of The Diffusion Of Innovations -- Judges Have Their Own "Toolbox" -- Courts Have Their Own History -- Different Types Of Innovations -- The Judges' Itinerary -- Judges And Their New Assignments -- The Problem Of Succession
What Happens To Innovations -- Precarious Innovations -- Long Lasting Innovations That Are Not Disseminated -- Drifting Innovations -- Innovations That Force Their Way -- The Differentiation Between Courts -- The Dissemination Of Innovations Through The Judicial System -- A Map Of Innovations -- Dissemination By Imitation -- The Nature Of Change In The Judicial Institution -- Overall Logic And Local Initiatives -- Information Technology -- Central Authorities Have No Control Over Change -- Professional Mobility And Dissemination Of Innovations -- Conclusion -- References -- Ideology And Loose Couplings In Management Control Systems -- The Ideological Dimension To Control Systems -- The Consolidated Control Model -- New Contexts For Control -- Loose Coupling And Decoupling: Unexpected Consequences -- The Fortunes Of The Garbage Can Theory With Controllers And Scholars -- A Case Study: Decoupling The Control System And Organizational Reality In A Knowledge-Based Company -- The Birth Of A Company Research Center -- Control According To The Holding Company -- The Controller Goes On A Mission -- Setting Up The Control System -- Conclusions -- References -- The Relativization Of Formal Organization -- The Mixed Regulation Of Social Interaction -- Organization As Process: Dimensions Of Organized Action -- References -- Managing Organizational Disorder -- Introduction -- Organizations As Individuals -- Organizational Inconsistency -- Norms For Structure, Process And Ideology -- Inconsistent Norms -- Higher Order Hypocrisy -- The Real Tasks Of Management -- Four Principles Of Disorder Management -- The Principle Of Distance -- The Principle Of Morality -- The Principle Of Responsibility -- The Principle Of Reform -- The Use Of The Accepted Order -- References -- The Disorder Of Organizational Logic - Makework Among Members Of Bureaucratic Organizations
Introduction -- The Study -- Makework -- Perceived Causes Of Makework -- Makework? -- Discussion -- Attribution Errors -- The Causal Map As Evoked Set -- Bounded Rationality And Irrationality -- Makework As A Mirror Of Organizing -- Organization -- Complexity -- Bias -- Individual Sensitivities -- Conclusions -- Rational Choice -- Myopic Man -- References -- Learning In A Garbage Can Situation: A Network Model -- Introduction -- The Network Structure Of The Garbage Can Model -- A Network Model Of Learning In A Garbage Can Process -- The Task -- Actors -- Learning -- Simulation Results: The Emergence Of Organizational Learning -- Learning To Choose -- Coding The Environment Through The Division Of Labor -- The Advantages Of Slow Learning -- Coping With Novelties -- The Robustness Of Learning -- Further Comments -- References -- Organizational Learning Of Routines: A Model From The Garbage Can Family -- Introduction -- A Brief Description Of The Model -- Elements Of The Model -- How Does The Model Behave? -- References -- Bounded Rationality, Hyper-Rationalization And The Use Of Social Science Knowledge -- Ambiguity, Endogeneity, And Intelligence -- A Footnote On Methodology -- Three Questions -- Ambiguity And Disorder -- Endogenizing Preferences, Meaning, And The Rules Of The Game -- Finding Intelligence In Ambiguity And Disorder -- A Last Word
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Warglien, Massimo The Logic of Organizational Disorder Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc.,c1995 9783110137071
主題 Organizational behavior.;Garbage can models of decision making
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Alt Author Masuch, Michael
Kieser, Alfred
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