Table of contents for Organizations and organizing : rational, natural, and open systems perspectives / W. Richard Scott, Gerald F. Davis.

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Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
1. The Subject is Organizations; The verb is Organizing
2. Organizations as Rational Systems
3. Organizations as Natural Systems
4. Organizations as Open Systems
5. Combining Perspectives, Expanding Levels
6. Technology and Structure
7. Labor and Structure
8. Goals, Power, and Control
9. The Dyadic Environment of the Organization
10. Organization of the Environment
11. Networks In and Around Organizations
12. Strategy, Structure, and Performance: The Sociology of Organizational Strategy
13. The Rise and Transformation of the Corporate Form
14. Changing Contours of Organizations and Organization Theory

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Organizational sociology.