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Missing Organizational Linkages
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Missing Organizational Linkages
Tools for Cross-Level Research



August 2000 | 208 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The `organization linkage' concept is relatively new. This book provides a unique and very valuable approach to the study of organizations - how do actions among individuals and groups affect (or not affect) organizations as a whole, and vice versa. This ground-breaking book show how to bridge the gap between the traditional `micro' and `macro' camps of organizational studies.
 
Beginning the Conversation
 
Framing the Organizational Linkage Problem
 
Tools for Linkage Analysis
 
Organizational Errors
 
Changing Organizations
Limiting Conditions

 
 
Focusing on System-Wide Changes
 
Change and Linkages among a System of Outcomes
 
Organizational Learning
 
Reflecting Backward and Looking Forward

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