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Strategy, Structure, Size And Bureaucracy

P. Grinyer, M. Yasai-Ardekani
Published 1981 · Business

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The same strong linkage between strategy and structure found in earlier studies using samples of large companies is found within a sample of 40 manufacturing companies in electrical engineering in ...
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