Can Monasteries Learn from Modern Organizational Theory?
After establishing the strategy, the organization and the behavior of the people have to be aligned to the strategy. The authors show in this chapter a multi-dimensional framework to read, understand and shape organizations: Organizations as structure, organizations as organisms, organizations as cultures, and organizations as political systems. They observed that there is a lack of attention, knowledge, and experience regarding organizational issues.
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