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Important Components of an Organizational Theory

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Understanding how organizations operate through variables such as human relations, external/internal factors, and environments can be detrimental to establishing standard operating procedures and training models. In order to accomplish the highest level of operational tempo, management often looks to organizational theories to establish concise guidelines to follow. Define and discuss what organizational theory is, as well as the two important components of it.

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Management and human resources departments look to improve daily operations through new and innovative ideas. Understanding how organizations operate through variables such as human relations, external/internal factors, and environments can be detrimental to establishing standard operating procedures and training models. In order to accomplish the highest level of operational tempo, management often looks to organizational theories to establish concise guidelines to follow. Below we'll discuss what organizational theory is, as well as the two important components of it.

Organizational theory is defined as the study of organizational frameworks as it relates to events (external/internal) and characteristics of the organization ...

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Organizational theory is defined as the study of organizational frameworks as it relates to events (external/internal) and characteristics of the organization itself. Understanding the environment in which these two operate and interact is detrimental to success....

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