Determinants of Climate Pyramidal Organizations
An organization or pyramidal institution can be described as a system in which exceptions are often rules and general developments occur in the particular. The essence of public pyramidal institutions is given by the set of precise rules and regulations, where person formally operates. The existence of a narrowly define framework does not make it easier, as one might think, the work of organization members, on the contrary they sometimes have to show more imagination in solving professional problems, overcoming the formal and therefore manifesting social developments.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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