Samenvatting artikelen Organisation and Society (SOBA204A, Tweede jaar sociologie, RUG)
An elaborate summary of all mandatory readings of the course "Organisation and Society" in the bachelor sociology at the University of Groningen. These are the readings of the academic year 2018-2019. This includes summaries of:
Meyer, J. W., & Bromley, P. (2013). The worldwide expansion of “organization”. Sociological Theory, 31(4), 366-389.
Gray, G. C., & Silbey, S. S. (2014). Governing Inside the Organization: Interpreting Regulation and Compliance. American Journal of Sociology 120 (1), 96-145
Vallas, S. P. (2006). Empowerment Redux: Structure, Agency, and the Remaking of Managerial Authority. American Journal of Sociology, 111(6), 1677-1717
Barker, J. R. (1993). Tightening the iron cage: Concertive control in self-managing teams. Administrative Science Quarterly, 408-437
Berrone, P., Cruz, C., Gomez-Mejia, L.R., Larraza Kintana, M. (2010).
Socioemotional Wealth and Corporate Responses to Institutional Pressures: Do Family-Controlled Firms Pollute Less? Administrative Science Quarterly, 55, 82–113
Loughry, M. L., & Tosi, H. L. (2008). Performance implications of peer monitoring. Organization Science 19(6), 876-890
McDonnell, M. H., & Werner, T. (2016). Blacklisted Businesses Social Activists’ Challenges and the Disruption of Corporate Political Activity. Administrative Science Quarterly, 1-37
Michel, A. (2011). Transcending socialization: A nine-year ethnography of the body’s role in organizational control and knowledge workers’ transformation. Administrative Science Quarterly 56 (3), 325-368
Kärreman, D., & Alvesson, M. (2004). Cages in tandem: Management control, social identity, and identification in a knowledge-intensive firm. Organization, 11 (1), 149-175
Lindenberg, S. and Foss, N.J. (2011). Managing production motivation: the role of goal framing and governance mechanisms. Lindenberg, S., & Foss, N. J. (2011). Academy of Management Review, 36(3), 500-525.
Organisation Theory Summary Chapter 9-16
Organisation Theory Summary Chapter 9-16. Organisational Structure, International Business, University of Groningen.
Robbins, S.P. - Organisation theory: Concepts and Cases
Robbins, SP - Organization Theory: Concepts and Cases. Summary of Chapter 1 to 9 13, and the article Hofstede (1994).
Summary Organization theory: concepts and cases chapters 3 and 4 - Organisational Structure
Samenvatting van het boek Organization theory: concepts and cases, hoofdstuk 3 en 4, voor het vak Organizational Structure
Organization theory is the discipline that studies the structure and the design of organizations. Organization theory refers to both the descriptive and prescriptive aspects of the discipline. It describes how organizations are actually structured and offers suggestions on how they can be structured to improve their effectiveness. It is a body of knowledge about organizations which has been developed through the scientific method.
Data Structures,Physics,Theory Of Computations and Computer Organisation Architecture are very important subjects in computer science engineering.These are the basic subjects.