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Ambiguity and choice in organizations

by James G. March

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Published by Universitetsforlaget in Bergen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School management and organization -- Decision making.,
  • Organization.,
  • Decision making.,
  • Uncertainty.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James G. March and Johan P. Olsen, with contributions by Søren Christensen ... [et al.].
    ContributionsOlsen, Johan P., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB2806 .M353 1979
    The Physical Object
    Pagination408 p. ;
    Number of Pages408
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4224164M
    ISBN 108200019608
    LC Control Number80504092

    The ambiguity in question is called a prepositional phrase attachment ambiguity, as we saw earlier in this chapter. As you may recall, it is an ambiguity about attachment since the PP in the park needs to be attached to one of two places in the tree: either as a child of VP or else as a child of NP. a. the degree to which a culture tolerates ambiguity and uncertainty in times of social and political upheavals. b. the degree to which a culture accepts unequal distribution of power over a period of time. c. whether a culture's values are oriented toward the future or toward the past and present.

      Abstract. Scholars have demonstrated substantial interest in the exploration–exploitation framework since the publication of March, James G (born ) seminal paper in The notions of exploration and exploitation and the trade-offs between them are briefly introduced, followed by investigation of their origins within March and his colleagues’ earlier works. Similarly, in the organization, there is ‘good ambiguity’ and a ‘bad ambiguity’. A certain dose is good: it keeps some possibilities open, relies on relationships for things that cannot easily be sorted out by processes and systems, it banks on more than one brain dealing with something etc. Beyond an optimum, the negative consequences.

    an estimate of relative likelihoods." Ellsberg (, p. ) also considers ambiguity to be a condition that lies between two polar cases: complete ignorance and risk. In the latter, \a subject is willing to base his decisions on a de nite and precise choice of a particularCited by: 1. • Accept ambiguity - too much emphasis on objectivity and specificity constrains creativity. • Tolerate the impractical - what at first seems impractical might lead to innovative solutions. • Keep external controls minimal - rules, regulations, policies, and similar organizational controls are kept to a minimum.


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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: Ambiguity and Choice in Organizations (2nd edition) This book reports the result of a project March and Olsen conducted on decision-making in educational organizations. Either alone or in collaboration with colleagues, he has written or edited 19 books and written more than book chapters and articles, many of them in leading international journals.

Together with James G. March and Michael D. Cohen he developed the 'garbage can'-model of organizational decision making, and together with March he launched the concept of 'new institutionalism' in the mid s.

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The definition of ambiguity tolerance has changed since its inception, and accompanying that change are changes in measurement and the research questions that interest by: Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice, and Leadership offers a unique opportunity for teaching about organizations, good leadership, and effective management.

Using Reframing Organizations as the basic text, it is possible to design courses that teach students to: 1. Become more discriminating consumers of organizational theory and advice. Size: KB. Change is the only certainty in this world today and the pace of change is ever increasing.

We all know that change isn’t easy. Every day that passes we need to deal with an increasing amount of ambiguity. Ambiguity creates complexity and means decision making is difficult. Ambiguity creates uncertainty and stress.

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March, Johan P. Olsen. James Gardner March (Janu – Septem ) was an American sociologist who was professor at Stanford University and the Stanford Graduate School of Education, best known for his research on organizations, his (jointly with Richard Cyert) A behavioral theory of the firm and organizational decision making known as Garbage Can mater: Yale University.Organizational Conflicts: Causes, Effects and Remedies Bernard Oladosu Omisore, Ph.D Centre for Management Development, Shangisha, Lagos, Nigeria conflict in organizations is a daily occurrence because a consensus of opinion A recent articulation of the conflict theory is found in Alan Sears (Canadian Sociologist) book: “A Guide to.I work with organizations to help them manage conflict when it has become destructive to the organization.

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