Changing organizations; essays on the development and evolution of human organization [by] Warren G. Bennis.


New York, McGraw-Hill [1966] .

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Subjects Bureaucratie.
Organisatie.
Organisatieverandering.
Organisation.
Organizational change.
Organizational innovation.
Relations industrielles.
Series McGraw-Hill series in management.
Description xi, 223 pages illustrations 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1966]
©1966
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The decline of bureaucracy and organizations of the future -- Democracy is inevitable -- Towards a "truly" scientific management : the concept of organizational health -- Changing patterns of leadership -- Applying behavioral sciences to planned organizational change -- Planned organizational change in perspective -- Change-agents, change programs, and strategies -- Principles and strategies of directing organizational change via laboratory training -- Some questions and generalizations about planned organizational change -- Behaviorial sciences perspective in organizational studies.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)254234
(OCoLC)ocm00254234
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WorldCat Identities Bennis, Warren G.
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