organizational control

| December 11, 2015

In the debate about the ‘managerial revolution’, John Scott (1997) argued that:
a) owners still exercised control through groups of shareholders and interlocking directorships
b) ownership and management were becoming increasingly separate functions
c) the techniques of scientific management were overly bureaucratic and inefficient
d) managers were becoming dissatisfied with their working conditions and planned to overthrow the owners of businesses

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organizational control
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Category: Sociology

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