"Reframing Organizations" ( Lee Bolman & Terrence Deal ) Book Review by The Research Group

"Reframing Organizations" ( Lee Bolman & Terrence Deal )
Summarizes this book which presents four frames of organizational theory: structural, human resource, political & symbolic.
# 13059 | 1,125 words | 1 source | 1997 | US
Published on Feb 05, 2003 in Business (Management)

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"n Reframing Organizations, by Lee Bolman and Terrence Deal, the authors base their reframing theory on the four major schools of organizational theory: rational systems theories, human resource theories, political theories, and symbolic theories. Bolman and Terrence use much of the same language and ideas in their reframing organizations theory. This theory deals with how organizations may use any one or a combination of the four frames, or perspectives, they propose: structural, human resource, political, and symbolic. In this work, they focus on the role of managers and leaders in implementing reframing strategies and techniques in their organizations. Both roles are important to the organization, but the roles are different, also. The book has 23 chapters organized into six sections.

According to Bolman and Deal in Part one, reframing is.."

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