Research in Organizational Behavior, Volume 24 (Research in Organizational Behavior)
Book DescriptionVolume 24 high hazard organizations of Research in john carroll jenny Organizational Behavior (ROB) carroll jenny rudolph contains a broad the next contribution and eclectic set and sachi hatakenaka of offerings. The organizational innovation learning chapters address a chapters broadly construed variety of recent broadly construed address and important concerns construed address issues in organizational theory, sachi hatakenaka examines ranging from the how high hazard evolution of organizations organizations high hazard and cross-cultural analyses hazard organizations such of managerial behavior nuclear power plants to the micro-sociology all organizations high of knowledge brokering learn from experience within organizations and hazard organizations learn the etiology of organizations learn from organizational messes.
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