Organizational Behavior: The State of the Science

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understand organizational phenomena, rather than to collect supporting evidence for an espoused theory. Whether one uses competing conceptual models of organizations ( Scott, 1992; Hall, 1987; Morgan, 1986), or the four models of effectiveness discussed herein, multiple perspectives will inherently generate richer views of organizational performance, including its determinants and effects.


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