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 shows how to bridge the gap between the traditional micro and macro camps of organizational studies.
Table of Contents
Beginning the ConversationFraming the Organizational Linkage ProblemTools for Linkage AnalysisOrganizational ErrorsChanging Organizations Limiting ConditionsFocusing on System-Wide ChangesChange and Linkages among a System of OutcomesOrganizational LearningReflecting Backward and Looking Forward