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Fine Very Good jacket. First Edition. Unread book. Appears unread. DJ sunning, light edge wear. From DJ flap: '...new approach to the study of non-Western bureaucracy...integration of organization theory and cultural approaches to administative behavior. ' 236 pages.
Fine in J Near Fine jacket. 8vo Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. xii, 236 pp, preface, acknowledgments, Part I. CULTURE AND BUREAUCRACY: 1. Introduction, 2. Four Cognitive Models of Organization; 3. Cognitive Models and the Evolution of Administrative Structure. PART II. FOUR MODELS, ONE PROGRAM--AN OVERVIEW: 4. The Cultivator and the Collector: Two Views of Agricultural Development. 5. Extracting Work: Contrasting Styles in Extension Supervision; 6. Planners and Planters: The Views from Madras and Marusoor. PART III. THE DYNAMICS OF BUREAUCRACY: 7. Managing a Field Operation: The Dynamics of Motivation and Control; 8. Between Bureaucrats and Farmers: The Transformation of Extension Work; 9. Congitive Models and the Rationalization of Ritualistic Behavior; 10. Planning, Implementation, and Management of Change; 11. Conclusion; bibliography, index. First Edition, 1975. Not Price Clipped. Lightly sunned spine dj, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Gray cloth. ~Click on BOOKSTORES to browse our extensive listings of similar titles in History~
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