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An Introduction and Orientation to Organization Theory
An introduction and orientation to organization theory

This book explores the complex topic of public organizations. Organizations are made up of a group or groups of people who are brought together to accomplish ends beyond that which a single individual can achieve alone. Public organizations are distinct in that they must respond to citizens, law, politics, and change in ways different than most private organizations. We build organizations because of what they can do for us. We are born and raised in and then spend most of our lives directly or indirectly affiliated with them. Understanding the way organizations work in an increasingly complex, global, diverse, technological, and changing world is critical to our ability to thrive in ...

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