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The strategic management perspective suggests that organizations structure their governing boards to complement the strategic goals of the organization. In contrast, the institutionalization perspective holds that organizations structure their governing boards to respond to institutional...
Two models of organizational behavior are reviewed. The apolitical model describes a relatively stable and centralized monolith, while the political model describes a potentially unstable federation of selfinterested parties. It is argued that the apolitical model is largely predicated on social...
The literature on the nature of organizational control processes is dominated by the four broad perspectives of cyberneticsgoal, powerauthority, culture, and evolution. Arguing against subscribing to any individual perspective, this paper proposes a multiple paradigm perspective, employing the...
Chinese and U.S. human resource management systems differ on a number of cultural dimensions. The most important of these are described with respect to fundamental organization and workrelated assumptions about people and performance, rewards, training and development, and educational background...
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