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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Scott, William G.
Organization concepts and analysis.
Belmont, Calif., Dickenson 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William G Scott
|Description:||167 pages 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Industrial dynamics, after the first decade, by J.W. Forrester.--Applied organization analysis, by W.F. Glueck.--Understanding project authority, by D.I. Cleland.--Interface and interorganizational coordination, by D.A. Wren.--The development of cybernetics, by C.R. Dechert.--The organization and socio-technical controls, by W.B. Brown.--The quality of life in a quantitative society, by S.M. McMurrin.--Do machines make history? By R.L. Heilbroner.--Technology and the love-hate system, by K. Boulding.--Bureaucracy and innovation, by V.A. Thompson.--Changing organizations, by W.G. Bennis.--Technology and organization government: a speculative inquiry into the functionality of management creeds, by W.G. Scott.|
|Series Title:||Dickenson series on contemporary thought in management.|
|Responsibility:||[compiled by] William G. Scott.|