Organizations as Rational, Natural, and Open Systems
Even though organizations are now ubiquitous, their development has been sufficiently gradual and uncontroversial that they have emerged during the past few centuries almost unnoticed. The spread of public bureaucracies into every sector and the displacement of the family business by the corporation “constitutes a revolution” in social structure, but one little remarked until recently. (Scott, 1998, p. 4)
KeywordsTacit Knowledge Organizational Learning Explicit Knowledge Management Science Organization Theory
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