Signs of Convergence? Academic Methaphor in the Management of a Research and Development Company
AbstractThe picture which emerges is not one of institutions at separate ends of a continuum in a process of convergence towards the centre. Rather we see both institutions moving in the same direction, towards tighter control, towards a greater division of labour, away from autonomy and towards restructuring to meet the requirements of a competitive external environment.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University of Hertfordshire - Business Schoool in its series Papers with number 1996:2.
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