Fredrick Taylor's term for the application of scientific principles to the operation of a business or other large organization
a large and impersonal social group whose members pursue a specific goal or activity
group leadership that focuses on collective well being
refers to factors outside an organization that affect its operation
a web of weak social ties
group leadership that emphasizes the completion of tasks
the tendency of group leaders to conform, resulting in a narrow view of some issues
an organizational model rationally designed to perform tasks efficiently
social groups that serve as points of reference in making evaluations and decisions
a social group towards which one feels competition or opposition
the tendency of bureaucratic organizations to perpetuate themselves
two or more people who identify and interact with one another
a large secondary group organized to achieve its goals efficiently
a social group with three members
a social group commanding a member's esteem and loyalty
the rule of many by the few
a preoccupation with rules and regulations to the point of thwarting an organization's goals
a social group with two members
a small group whose members share personal and enduring relationships
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