Global Organization Design

Tatiana Kostova

in Management

ISBN: 9780199846740
Published online April 2013 | | DOI:
Global Organization Design

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The term “organization design” has been used in a variety of ways ranging from a very narrow focus on organization structures to a very broad conceptualization as a system of organization structures, processes, and people that facilitate the implementation of the organization’s strategy. The term has been used as both static and dynamic, depending on whether it captures a snapshot of an organization at a given moment in time, or whether it reflects a process of change, realignment, and reshaping of all organization design elements. In addition, research on organization design has extended beyond the boundaries of the firm including interorganizational networks. This bibliography employs the broadest definition of the term and both its static and dynamic aspect, as this allows coverage of a wider body of work.

Article.  16233 words. 

Subjects: Business and Management

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