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Ambiguity in the structure of decision-maker relationships is considered for the stra tegic opportunities it offers calculating actors . Ambiguity is discussed in the context of reciprocity, authority , and jurisdictional facets of relationships. The value of ambiguity as a common theme linking...
This paper addresses the special situation of the female administrator , her perceptions of membership in the work group and organization, and how these conceptions may reflect her sense of efficacy and impact on the organization. Jay Jackson's theory of psychological membership is the basis for...
Many argue that work should meet individual needs for fulfillment ( humanism ), while meeting needs for personal income and organizational productivity ( materialism ). Using a comparative analysis drawn from organization theory , organizatronal hu manism , social philosophy , and political...
By tracing the inter-relationships among the concepts " modern industrialism ," " bureaucracy , " and " ideology , " a general ideology of modern administration emerges. This ideology is anchored in a concept of technical rationality which treats solely means arranged in such a way as to attain...
This paper is a response to an essay by Hart and Scott (1975) on the " organizational imperative ." It critically evaluates the a priori propositions and rules of admmistrative behavior identified by Hart and Scott as being fundamental to this concept . It con cludes that : (1) the a priori...
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