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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ralph D Stacey
|Description:||xi, 409 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Part 1 The concerns of dynamic management: goals, behaviour and change; relationship between control form and change situation; the mechanisms driving business development. Part 2 Today's most prominent management models: rational planning, entrepreneurial enthusiasm and political power; today's models - a limited understanding of management dynamics. Part 3 Scientific chaos and dynamic management: what scientific chaos means for managers; implications of chaos for controlling and developiing a business; strategic "control" is organizational learning; strategic "control" is spontaneous political choice; strategic "control" is creative exploration. Part 4 Management choice and action: chaos - a different perspective for action; management intervention and strategic "control".|
|Responsibility:||Ralph D. Stacey.|