Organizational identity

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  • Organization scholars have long acknowledged that control processes are integral to the way in which organizations function. While control theory research spans many decades and draws on several rich traditions, theoretical limitations have kept it from generating consistent and interpretable empirical findings and from reaching consensus concerning the nature of key relationships.

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  • Though most servers will play a particular role within your organization, it is clear that some administrative tasks need to be performed on all servers no matter what their role is. These are the general server administration tasks. They include everything from making sure the server is up and running to verifying that it continues to be configured according to organizational standards. Many of the tasks are technical and several can be automated, but some are also purely administrative and do not require technology to be completed....

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  • Digital technologies have been engines of cultural innovation, from the virtualization of group networks and social identities to the digital convergence of textural and audio-visual media. User-centered content production, from Wikipedia to YouTube to Open Source, has become the emblem of this transformation, but the changes run deeper and wider than these novel organizational forms.

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  • Having thus introduced the papers collectively, let me also say something about them individually, thereby giving some sense for which kinds of economists might find which papers especially interesting. Akerlof and Kranton’s paper has clear links to both labor economics and organizational economics, and also more broadly to behavioral economics.

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  • This is the nineteenth book in a series initiated by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in 1983 (SIOP) and published by Jossey-Bass. Originally published as the Frontiers Series, the SIOP Executive Committee voted in 2000 to change the name of the series to Organizational Frontiers Series in order to enhance the identity and visibility of the series. The purpose of the publication of series volumes in a general sense was to promote the scientific status of the field. Ray Katzell first edited the series, and Irwin Goldstein and Sheldon Zedeck followed him....

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