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The dynamics of rules : change in written organizational codes

著者: James G March; Martin Schulz; Hsüeh-kuang Chou
出版: Stanford, CA : Stanford University Press, ©2000.
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"This study uses qualitative and quantitative data from the history of a specific organization, Stanford University, to develop speculations about the ways in which written rules change. It contributes both to a theory of rules and to theories of organizational decision-making change, and learning. Organizations respond to problems and react to internal or external pressures by focusing attention on existing and  続きを読む
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ジャンル/形式: By-laws
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Cas, Études de
資料の種類: インターネット資料
ドキュメントの種類: 図書, インターネットリソース
すべての著者/寄与者: James G March; Martin Schulz; Hsüeh-kuang Chou
ISBN: 0804737444 9780804737449 080473996X 9780804739962
OCLC No.: 43245810
物理形態: xi, 228 pages ; 25 cm
コンテンツ: Rules in Organizations. Rules at Stanford. Speculating about Rule Dynamics. An Event History Approach. Explaining Patterns of Rule Birth. Explaining Patterns of Rule Change. Regularities in Rule Dynamics. Toward an Understanding of Rules.
責任者: James G. March, Martin Schulz, Xueguang Zhou.
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This study uses qualitative and quantitative data from the history of a specific organization, Stanford University, to develop speculations about the ways in which written rules change. It  続きを読む

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"In developing an elegant and sophisticated theory of how and why organizational rules change, the authors have created an entirely new field of organizational research. I know of no other general 続きを読む

 
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