Management, Humanism, and Society: The Case for Macromanagement Theory.

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      Organizations are managed with little direct reference to their roles as components of social institutions. Understanding these roles requires research centered on building theory at the macromanagement level. Research on interorganizational relationships is a step in this direction, but more research is needed on institutionalization processes and related humanistic values. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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