In this introductory textbook, professor Howard P. Greenwald at the USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development explains how formal organizations function and face varied challenges. Greenwald emphasizes the theme of management without control, showing how the most effective organizations are those that give members independence to achieve their personal goals while pursuing the organization’s objectives. He explores the basic features of organizations to introduce important theoretical perspectives, offering a critical perspective on current management ideologies.
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