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This article offers a conceptualization and measurement of the emergence of organizations to cope with disasters. The authors define an organization as the simultaneous presence of four individually necessary elements: domains, tasks, resources, and activities. Combinations of these elements in...
This article discusses how recent developments in the cognitive sciences, especialy the concept of schemata (organizing frameworks for understanding events), can illumine the practice of organization development. On the basis of a cognitive perspective, the authors discuss the relationship...
Based on the authors' synthesis of the multicultural literature, this article proposes that for organizing to succeed in bilingual multicultural environments, three roles-organizer, interpreter, and multicultural mediator-must be filled Moreover, the authors consider it difficult and unwise to...
Most theories of leadership are rooted in a psychological paradigm that treats leadership as an individual attribute, although one that may be situationally activated or constrained In this article, the authors propose a theory of leadership inspired by the institutional school of organizational...
This article examines the nuclear arms race as ritualized behavior and evaluates characteristics of ritual to comprehend the dynamics of the arms race. Following a review of the literature and statements of those participating in, conducting, examining, and opposing the arms race, the authors...
This article reports a study of the effects of higher-level managers'policies on unit members' behavior, which sought to determine whether the process of communicating and clarifying policies goveming absence from the job could reduce unauthorized absences beyond the effects of the...
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