By Jean McNiff with Jack WhiteheadThe book is essentially concerned with the core question: ‘How can effectiveness be improved?’. It is organized into four parts: ‘What is the nature of organizational knowledge?’; ‘How is organizational knowledge acquired?’ ‘How is organizational knowledge put to use?’ In the final part
seven contributors address the question: ‘What are the implications of theories of organization for social living’, with particular reference to the needs of management education.
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