Organisational effectiveness in a multinational bureaucracy by Hans J. Michelmann

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Definition of the Bureaucracy: new political and technical aspects Bureaucracy is the administrative structure and set of regulations in place to control (rationalize, render effective and professionalize) activities, usually in large organizations and government1.

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Documentation as an important key factor should be near the heart of technology (R&D). In order to keep documentation specialists closed integrated with R&D department, centralization is of R&D Structure_pdf. 2 days ago  Organizational culture can be referred to as the glue that keeps an organization together.

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Influence of the founder (“shadow of the leader") Size & development stage of the business (e.g. start-up, multisite, multinational) Leadership & management styleThe process of building state effectiveness and legitimacy is lengthy and far more complex in transitional societies and contexts of fragility.

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Robbins and Mary Coulter in their book titled Management, bureaucracy can be defined as a form of organisation characterised by division of

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