On organizational citizenship.9780761835035
On organizational citizenship.
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Barker applies classic political philosophy and metaphysics metaphysics (mĕtəfĭz`ĭks), branch of philosophy concerned with the ultimate nature of existence. It perpetuates the Metaphysics of Aristotle, a collection of treatises placed after the Physics [Gr. to modern organizational theory. He conceptualizes organizations as constitutionally based political communities with constitutional structures that define the parameters for citizenship and civic responsibility. The volume concludes with a paper that points out the drawbacks of running a college like a business. Barker (affiliation not cited) has taught management and social sciences at graduate and undergraduate levels for nearly 30 years.
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