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Research in the sociology of organizations. Vol. 36, The garbage can model of organizational choice : looking forward at forty [electronic resource]

Research in the sociology of organizations. Vol. 36, The garbage can model of organizational choice : looking forward at forty [electronic resource]

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Lomi, Alessandro, 1961-. Harrison, J. Richard.
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Research in the sociology of organizations. Vol. 36, The garbage can model of organizational choice : looking forward at forty [electronic resource] / edited by Alessandro Lomi, J. Richard Harrison.
발행사항
Bingley, U.K. :   Emerald,   c2012.  
형태사항
1 online resource (x, 458 p.) : ill.
총서사항
Research in the sociology of organizations,0733-558X ; v. 36
ISBN
9781780527130 (electronic bk.)
요약
The year 2012 is the 40th anniversary of the publication of Cohen, March, and Olsen's influential article "The Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice", which offered a major new perspective on organizational decision making. To celebrate this enduring paradigm, its impact on our understanding of organizational decision making, and the broad streams of research it has influenced, this collection of papers provides a rich demonstration of the influence that the GCM is continuing to have on current research. The chapters make original contributions to research on organizational decision making by developing new models and theoretical extensions based on or inspired by prior garbage can work, by applying garbage can concepts and interpretations to new problems and novel settings. The year 2012 is the 40th anniversary of the publication of Cohen, March, and Olsen's influential article "The Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice", which offered a major new perspective on organizational decision making. To celebrate this enduring paradigm, its impact on our understanding of organizational decision making, and the broad streams of research it has influenced, this collection of papers provides a rich demonstration of the influence that the GCM is continuing to have on current research. The chapters make original contributions to research on organizational decision making by developing new models and theoretical extensions based on or inspired by prior garbage can work, by applying garbage can concepts and interpretations to new problems and novel settings. The book includes a paper from Cohen, March and Olsen, who record their memories of initial encounters with garbage can ideas of organizational decision making, impressions of their current condition, and some thoughts on convolutions they may experience in the years ahead.
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The garbage can model of organizational choice : looking forward at forty / Alessandro Lomi, J. Richard Harrison -- 'A garbage can model' at forty : a solution that still attracts problems / Michael D. Cohen, James G. March, Johan P. Olsen -- Turn-taking and geopolitics in the making of decisions / David R. Gibson -- Mechanisms generating context-dependent choices / Jerker Denrell -- Chance, preferences, and predictions in garbage can theory / Jonathan Bendor, Kenneth W. Shotts -- Garbage can ecologies : an agent-based exploration / Guido Fioretti -- Aspects of garbage can processes : temporal order and the role of expediting / Sridhar Seshadri, Zur Shapira -- Garbage can in the lab / Thorbjørn Knudsen, Massimo Warglien, Sangyoon Yi -- Team formation in the garbage can / Klaus G. Troitzsch -- Modeling formal and informal ties within an organization : a multiple model integration / Geoffrey P. Morgan, Kathleen M. Carley -- Situated attention, loose and tight coupling, and the garbage can model / William Ocasio -- Structure, skill, and ambition in organizational problem solving / Thorbjørn Knudsen, Nils Stieglitz, Sangyoon Yi -- From the ivy tower to the C-suite : garbage can processes and corporate strategic decision making / Daniel A. Levinthal -- Organized anarchies and the network dynamics of decision opportunities in an open source software project / Alessandro Lomi, Guido Conaldi, Marco Tonellato -- Organizational decision mechanisms in an architectural competition / Kristian Kreiner -- Geopolitics and garbage cans : understanding the essence of decision making in an interdisciplinary and psycho-cultural perspective / Mie Augier, Jerry Guo.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Organizational sociology. Social sciences.
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FRONT COVER -- THE GARBAGE CAN MODEL OF ORGANIZATIONAL CHOICE: LOOKING FORWARD AT FORTY -- COPYRIGHT PAGE -- CONTENTS -- LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS -- ADVISORY BOARD -- PART I: INTRODUCTION -- THE GARBAGE CAN MODEL OF ORGANIZATIONAL CHOICE: LOOKING FORWARD AT FORTY -- OVERVIEW -- ORGANIZATION OF THE VOLUME -- CONTENTS OF THE CHAPTERS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- ‘‘A GARBAGE CAN MODEL’’ AT FORTY: A SOLUTION THAT STILL ATTRACTS PROBLEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE ‘‘BIRTH’’ OF A GARBAGE CAN MODEL -- A CHILD OF THE ENLIGHTENMENT -- THE PROGENY OF GARBAGE CAN IDEAS -- REFERENCES -- PART II: PREFERENCES -- TURN-TAKING AND GEOPOLITICS IN THE MAKING OF DECISIONS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS -- DATA -- METHOD -- ANALYSIS -- CHOICE OF THE BLOCKADE -- IMPLEMENTING THE BLOCKADE -- THE TWO OFFERS -- ALTERNATIVE HISTORIES -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX A: EXCOMM MEMBERS -- APPENDIX B: TRANSCRIBING CONVENTIONS -- MECHANISMS GENERATING CONTEXT-DEPENDENT CHOICES -- INTRODUCTION -- SHIFTING ATTENTION TO ATTRIBUTES OF ALTERNATIVES -- CONTEXT-DEPENDENT CHOICES -- SHIFTING ATTENTION CAN EXPLAIN CHOICE-SET EFFECTS -- A RANDOM WALK MODEL OF ORGANIZATIONAL ATTENTION AND CHOICE -- CONCLUSION: THE INSTRUMENTAL VALUE OF PROCESS THEORY -- REFERENCES -- CHANCE, PREFERENCES, AND PREDICTIONS IN GARBAGE CAN THEORY -- INTRODUCTION -- STOCHASTIC MODELS OF GC PROCESSES -- THE BASIC SETUP -- IMPLICATIONS OF THE MODEL -- MODEL 2: PROBLEMS, SOLUTIONS, AND TEMPORAL ORDER -- MODEL 3 -- COMPUTER SIMULATIONS -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- PART III: DECISION TECHNOLOGY -- GARBAGE CAN ECOLOGIES: AN AGENT-BASED EXPLORATION -- INTRODUCTION -- AN AGENT-BASED RECONSTRUCTION OF ‘‘A GARBAGE CAN MODEL’’ -- GARBAGE CAN ECOLOGIES -- ANALYSIS -- DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- ASPECTS OF GARBAGE CAN PROCESSES: TEMPORAL ORDER AND THE ROLE OF EXPEDITING -- INTRODUCTION -- MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING IN GARBAGE CAN TYPE SITUATIONS -- SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF FINDINGS -- ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS -- SIMPLE SOLUTIONS FOR COMPLEX ORGANIZATIONAL DECISION MAKING -- UNIVERSITY PRESIDENTS’ DECISION MAKING PROCESSES -- THE GARBAGE CAN MODEL AS A GENERAL PARADIGM FOR ORGANIZATIONAL DECISION MAKING -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX A: ORIGINAL FLOWCHART OF SIMULATION -- APPENDIX B: MODIFIED FLOWCHART (ITALICIZED WORDS INDICATE THE CHANGES MADE) -- GARBAGE CAN IN THE LAB -- INTRODUCTION -- THE ORIGINAL GARAGE CAN MODEL AND ITS USE IN A LABORATORY EXPERIMENT -- THE EXPERIMENTAL GARBAGE CAN AND THE SIMULATION BENCHMARK RESULTS -- PERFORMING THE EXPERIMENT -- RESULTS FROM THE LABORATORY EXPERIMENT -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX A: INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBJECTS -- APPENDIX B: PSEUDO CODE OF THE DOWNSCALED GCM FOR THE EXPERIMENT -- APPENDIX C:COMPUTER CODE FOR THE DOWNSCALED GCM FOR THE EXPERIMENT -- PART IV: PARTICIPATION -- TEAM FORMATION IN THE GARBAGE CAN -- INTRODUCTION -- PROPERTIES ALTERED IN THE GARBAGE CAN MODEL -- MODELING SKILL COMBINATIONS -- FORMING TEAMS -- TEAMWORK FINDINGS -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- MODELING FORMAL AND INFORMAL TIES WITHIN AN ORGANIZATION: A MULTIPLE MODEL INTEGRATION -- INTRODUCTION -- REVIEW OF THE INTEGRATED MODELS -- THE UNIFIED HIERARCHICAL MODEL -- VIRTUAL EXPERIMENT -- RESULTS -- CASE STUDY – A SMALL START UP FIRM -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- SITUATED ATTENTION, LOOSE AND TIGHT COUPLING, AND THE GARBAGE CAN MODEL -- INTRODUCTION -- EXAMINING THE ROLE OF ATTENTION -- TIGHT AND LOOSE COUPLING -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- STRUCTURE, SKILL, AND AMBITION IN ORGANIZATIONAL PROBLEM SOLVING -- INTRODUCTION -- MODEL -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- PART V: ORGANIZATIONS -- FROM THE IVY TOWER TO THE C-SUITE: GARBAGE CAN PROCESSES AND CORPORATE STRATEGIC DECISION MAKING -- INTRODUCTION -- PROFIT AS AN AMBIGUOUS GOAL -- PARTICIPANTS AS POLITICAL ANIMALS -- AGGREGATION AND INFLUENCE -- GROWTH -- DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- REFERENCES -- ORGANIZED ANARCHIES AND THE NETWORK DYNAMICS OF DECISION OPPORTUNITIES IN AN OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE PROJECT -- INTRODUCTION -- F/OSS PROJECTS AS GARBAGE CAN ORGANIZATIONS -- RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS -- FINDINGS -- DISCUSSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- ORGANIZATIONAL DECISION MECHANISMS IN AN ARCHITECTURAL COMPETITION -- INTRODUCTION -- ARCHITECTURAL COMPETITIONS IN PRACTICE -- OBLIGATORY JUDGMENTS IN ARCHITECTURAL COMPETITIONS -- THE GARBAGE CAN MODEL -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- GEOPOLITICS AND GARBAGE CANS: UNDERSTANDING THE ESSENCE OF DECISION MAKING IN AN INTERDISCIPLINARY AND PSYCHO-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE -- INTRODUCTION -- CONCEPTUAL MODELS, ORGANIZATIONS, AND FOREIGN POLICY -- THE GARBAGE CAN METAPHOR AND MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS -- ANOTHER POSSIBLE EXTENSION: NATHAN LEITES’ PSYCHO-CULTURAL APPROACH -- THE JAPAN CASE -- JAPAN’S DECISION MAKING ‘‘RULES’’ -- CLOSING -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- .

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