Strategic Organizational Diagnosis and Design, 3rd Edition, systematically surveys the substantive literature on organizational design and develops the theoretical framework of multiple contingency organizational design. The multiple contingencies in the theoretical framework cover the contingencies of size, technology, environment, and strategy, as well as leadership style and organizational climate and culture. These contingencies are mapped into design parameters such as organizational configuration, specialization, decision authority, information processing, coordination and control, and incentives.
The book examines a variety of existing organizational situations - which can include the reader's organization - and provides the structure and analysis to diagnose and assess what can be done to have a more efficient and effective organization. Burton and Obel's dynamic multiple contingency theory of organizations provides the analytical framework and tools for the OrgCon - a knowledge-base expert system which has been thoroughly vetted with business executives.
|Diagnosis and Design|
|What is an Organizational Design?|
|Leadership and Management Style|
|Size and Skill Capabilities|
|Diagnosis and Misfits|
|Organizational Design Fit|
|The Dynamics of the Change Process|
|CD: Teaching Material and OrgCon|
|OrgCon and Training Course Installation Files|
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Series: Information and Organization Design Series
Number Of Pages: 445
Published: 31st December 2003
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5 x 3.18
Weight (kg): 1.85
Edition Number: 3
Edition Type: Revised