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WLUBU398Hamidreza FaramarziWinter

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Charismatic Authority, 3Com, Traditional Authority

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Chapter 9: organization size, life cycle, and decline. Organizational life cycle: a perspective on organizational growth and change that suggests that
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WLUBU398Hamidreza FaramarziWinter

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Transformational Leadership, Behavioural Sciences, Alltel

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Organizational change: the adoption of a new idea or behaviour by an organization. Organizational innovation: the adoption of an idea or behaviour that
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WLUBU398Hamidreza FaramarziWinter

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Omron, Taschen, Distributive Justice

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BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Outsourcing, Wind Turbine, Organizational Culture

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Designates formal reporting relationships, including the number of levels in the hierarchy and the span of control of managers and supervisors. Identif
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WLUBU398Hamidreza FaramarziWinter

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Tim Hortons, Work Unit, Empowered

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25 Mar 2016
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A way to see and analyze organizations more accurately and deeply than we otherwise could. Efficiency scientific management (frederick taylor); develop
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WLUBU398Hamidreza FaramarziWinter

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Tacit Knowledge, Customer Relationship Management, Online Grocer

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25 Mar 2016
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Also known as data mining, it allows for data analysis from multiple sources (inside and outside of the organization) to identify patterns and relation
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WLUBU398Hamidreza FaramarziWinter

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Employee Retention, Decision-Making, Customer Survey

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25 Mar 2016
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Organization created to achieve some purpose (top management generally decides this) The primary responsibility of top management is to determine an or
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WLUBU398Hamidreza FaramarziWinter

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Job Rotation, Everwood, Workflow

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25 Mar 2016
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Core technology: the work process that is directly related to the organization"s mission, such as teaching in high school, medical services, or manufac
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WLUBU398Hamidreza FaramarziWinter

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Uptodate, Geert Hofstede, Deutsche Telekom

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25 Mar 2016
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Chapter 6: designing organizations for the international environment. A company is domestically oriented while managers are aware of the global environ
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WLUBU398Hamidreza FaramarziWinter

BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Normal Matrix, Organizational Structure, Global Arena

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25 Mar 2016
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Chapter 6: designing organizations for the international environment. Currently, no company is isolated from global influence even smaller companies ca
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BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Interlocking Directorate, Customer Satisfaction, Competitive Intelligence

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25 Mar 2016
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Organizational environment all elements that exist outside the boundary of the organization that have the potential to affect all or part of the organi
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BU398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Balanced Scorecard, Human Capital, Training And Development

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25 Mar 2016
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Chapter 2 organizational purpose and structural design: Organizational goals: represent reason for organizations existence and outcomes it seeks to ach
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