1 edition of Interorganizational influence and managerial attitudes found in the catalog.
Interorganizational influence and managerial attitudes
by College of Commerce and Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in [Urbana, Ill.]
Written in English
|Series||Faculty working papers -- no. 48, Faculty working papers -- no. 48.|
|Contributions||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. College of Commerce and Business Administration|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Interorganizational Influence and Managerial Attitudes This argument implicitly focuses on the resource exchange process as being important to the understanding of organizational behavior.
It is thus quite consistent with the perspective of the organization as an open system, and with the notion that the organization seeks to survive, for.
Managerial behavior in organizations probably is affected by influences from external organizations in the environment. It is hypothesized that the extent of external influence from specific organizations is related to the degree to which the focal organization is interdependent with Cited by: Interorganizational influence and managerial attitudes / Related Titles.
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Managerial Attitudes and Performance Hardcover – January 1, by Edward E. Porter, Lyman W.; Lawler, III (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other Price: $ Interorganizational influence and managerial attitudes / By Jeffrey. Pfeffer and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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Benjamin, Tora K. Bikson, Glenn A. Daley, Susan M. the framework, as it is, applies in an inter-organizational context and propose adaptations for inter-organizational application. The focus of this paper is on the managerial influences but our future work extends beyond this to resource and environmental influences on inter-organizational KS not found in other frameworks Size: 79KB.
Hirsch's comparative analysis of the recording and pharmaceutical industries demonstrates the impact of the structure of an interorganizational field on the overall performance of an industry (; see also ). Although both pharmaceutical and recording companies have important similarities, for example.
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This paper reviews the interorganizational cost management : Mohammed Belal Uddin. In this article I use resource dependence theory to investigate these two questions. I propose that the resource relationship (who is dependent on whom) determines which of the four types of strategies identified in this article will be used: direct withholding, direct usage, indirect withholding, or indirect Cited by: While this book first appeared over 70 years ago, the recommendations still make a great deal of sense regarding power and influence in modern-day organizations.
For example, he recommends that in order to get others to like you, you should remember six things. Resource dependence is a macro-organizational theory that posits the following. Because organizations are open systems transacting with their environments, there are inter-organizational power-dependence relations that constrain organizational behaviour.
Interorganizational influence and managerial attitudes by Jeffrey Pfeffer 1 edition - first published in Along with other group processes, such as communication and decision-making, power and politics can considerably influence both the behavior and the attitudes.
M. Ebers, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1 Interorganizational Relationships and Networks. The study of interorganizational relationships and networks focuses on the antecedents, patterns, content, forms, and outcomes of longer-term ties among organizations, be they suppliers, customers, competitors, or other entities.This book makes an authoritative and practical introduction to organizational behavior.
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