Organizational Learning: A Theory of Action Perspective (Addison-Wesley Series on Organization Development.)

Argyris, Chris

We argue that organizations are not collections of individuals which can be understood solely in terms of the social psychology of group behavior. Neither are they understandable only as structures of authority and information-flow, or as instruments for the achievement of social purposes, or as systems for communication and control, or as cultures, or as theaters for the play of conflicts of interest. Social psychologists, sociologists, management theorists, systems analysts, anthropologists, and political scientists have examined organizational phenomena, each inquirer using the perspective current in his discipline.

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