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of resources, (b) the generation of collective action frames, (c) the evolution of collective action over time, and (d) the influence of collective action on the choice of organizational form. ... We then focus on four aspects of social movements that are also likely to influence the evolution of new organizational forms: (a) the preexisting infrastructure that promotes or retards the mobilization ... We highlight two important parallels between the evolution of social movements and new organizational forms. ...doi:10.5465/apbpp.1999.27627374 fatcat:afszwji4xffvvem767v5w2hwqy
In a recent article we argued that organizational ecology is not a Darwinian research program. John Lemos criticized our argumentation on various counts. Here we reply to some of Lemos's criticisms. ... (for a more extensive debate of the normative problems of organizational ecology, see Reydon [2008a] and [2008b] ). ... Declaration of Conflicting Interests The authors declared no potential conflicts of interests with respect to the authorship and/or publication of this article. ...doi:10.1177/0048393109348866 fatcat:fgy3vzkwwjdkzpxxgpw47ll52e
We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. ... JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive. ... This source of change, the proliferation of new organizational forms through the differentiation of new population types, has dominated the course of institutional evolution in U.S. business history. ...doi:10.2307/2393106 fatcat:g234k2aowrad3ndmya25pec53u
of organizational safety culture, and a new Safety Culture Maturity (SCM) model in the organization is built. ... Meanwhile, the routes of the evolution of organizational safety culture are put forward, including the natural evolution and the mandatory evolution. ... Acknowledgments This study is supported by the Key Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 51534008). ...doi:10.3303/CET1977051 doaj:456d0ffb58cd4338a43db1eb5ca1936d fatcat:3g5ktw6sfbax3mbaamb4nn6xlu
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of semiconductor firm mortality; density delay in the evolution of organizational populations; maturation and aging of organiza- tional populations; dynamics of organizational speciation; conceptual integration ... of strategy making and organizational ecology; organizational adaptation, environmental selection, and random walks; evolution in com- munities of voluntary organizations; competition and evolution of ...
Research Interests Organizational theory (ecology and institutionalism), economic sociology, historical sociology, entrepreneurship, organizational demography, gender, careers and social mobility. ... Organizational theory, careers and social mobility, research design. M.B.A. Organizational design and change, entrepreneurship, managing innovation, managing growth, women in management. ... "Hybrid forms and the evolution of thrifts." American Behavioral Scientist, 49: 974-986. DOI: 10.1177/0002764205285179. Sine, Wesley D., Heather A. Haveman, and Pamela S. Tolbert. 2005. ...doi:10.1177/0002764205285179 fatcat:nlhny4rwpfamfppxqu45wd3dra
Section Chairman No discussion of new perspectives on biological information would be complete without consideration of the anti-reductionist approach of the self-organizational school of thought. ... How do selective environmental pressures integrate through time with organismal development to affect the evolution of species? How do integrated ecosystems form and evolve? ... Gordon -Section Chairman No discussion of new perspectives on biological information would be complete without consideration of the anti-reductionist approach of the self-organizational school of thought ...doi:10.1142/9789814508728_others04 fatcat:qrnpycojnrg2tdnbpbiaihq7ci
The "evolution" of organizational populations by means of selection, which organizational ecologists put forward as the mechanism responsible for the extant diversity of organizational forms, is not evolution ... environments in a similar manner as evolutionary biology seeks to explain the forms, properties and behaviors of organisms as consequences of selection in past natural environments. ... Whereas organizational ecologists assume that the diversity of organizational forms is the outcome of some sort of evolutionary process that in important respects resembles biological evolution, the ontology ...doi:10.1177/0048393108325331 fatcat:fvdamactgjehrpkfoxp5e3e32a
The document concludes with the presentation of a new model for organizational analysis based on the approach of complex systems. ... This section concludes by emphasizing the need to study organizational learning as part of an emerging and disruptive process of evolution. ... However, it is still pending to know the mechanisms that determine the selection of new forms of social organization that stabilize organizational learning processes at a new level of structural stability ...doi:10.15640/jssw.v6n1a10 fatcat:bkuz2h3uebdc3n7lt74bqfmxla
The evolution of the organizational forms has seen quite dynamic in recent years, registered trends being observed in the enterprise subsystems. ... not possible to examine the evolution of an enterprise independent of the characteristics of the enterprises the organization is part of. ... The Attribute of Compatibility between the Process of Organisation and the Function of Human Resources ...doi:10.35808/ijeba/27 fatcat:jkmv4paiybebhdq63ekmnlrdqu
complex of the organizational environments, the new complexity paradigm with nonlinear behaviors has replaced the old one, and is becoming the main current paradigm of contemporary organization theory ... Organization theory offer services to organization practice, the development of productivity promotes the evolution of organization theory. ... On the view of organizational evolution, Snow and Miles  regarded network organizations as the fourth new organizational form, after functional organization, divisional organization and matrix organization ...doi:10.4156/aiss.vol5.issue9.70 fatcat:rs6sn6orvjg7lao6djaprdqsiq
Building on this, the paper seeks to develop a deeper and more nuanced understanding of the evolution of popular management ideas in organizational practice, which opens fruitful new research directions ... ideas within organizations has received scant attention beyond the assumed transience of a fashion's discourse and the possible persistence of the organizational practices associated with a fashion. ... The variety in the forms and evolution of organizational practices is often related to the degree of formalization (see also Zeitz et al., 1999; Zucker, 1988) . ...doi:10.1108/09534811211199628 fatcat:4e245u4zu5aw7hhbladapmjyeu
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(R)evolution of new product innovation: Bergson. Organization 9(1):113-125, Feb. 2002. HENRI BERGSON. BEST PRACTICE. INNOVATION. NEW PRODUCTS. TIME. ... Organizational Performance 0114 Calori, Roland. Organizational development and the ontology of creative dialectical evolution. Organization 9(1):127-150, Feb. 2002 CREATIVE EVOLUTION. DIALECTICS. ...
Hence, banks have found themselves at the forefront of technology adoption for the past three decades ... The major environmental forces, which make the evolution necessary evolution is necessary due to some factors like: technology, market forces and socioeconomic factors. ... (b) Evolutions form Top Management: The organizational evolution may come from the top management. ...doi:10.9790/487x-16552429 fatcat:nvxh3erqdbhmjj2dvqvzywf64a
Thanks also go to participants of research seminars at INSEAD, the University of Maryland, the University of Oregon, Rice University, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the Stockholm School ... Acknowledgments The authors are grateful to Denny Gioia, Howard Aldrich, Ed O'Connor, and Alan Meyer for their helpful comments on earlier versions of this manuscript. ... as it moves toward the evolution of new organizational forms. ...doi:10.1287/orsc.1110.0666 fatcat:g5ylqlbpfzaqnoi7a25mqslbru
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