Uncommon Sense About Organizations: Cases, Studies, and Field Observations
Geert Hofstede, author of the classic Culture's Consequences, brings together 17 articles and case studies in this book. The work is grouped around three main themes: the impact of jobs on people; power and control in organizations; and studies in training settings. Throughout, there is a concern with exploring and uncovering hidden organizational realities, whilst moving across the boundaries of psychology, sociology and anthropology.
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