Modern Structural Organization Theory: From Mechanistic Vs. Organic Systems of Burns & Stalker to Technology of Burton & Obel (Published)
Organization is a relatively young science in comparison with the other scientific disciplines. (Ivanko, 2013) Accounts of the growth of organizational theory usually start with Taylor and Weber, but, as Scott (1987) mentions, organizations were present in the old civilizations which goes back to Sumerians (5000, BC) and which experiences its maturation phase with Taylor, Fayol and Weber, continuing to come up to present with modern management methods and principles. The modern organization may be the most crucial innovation of the past 100 years and it is a theory which will never complete its evolution as the human being continues to exist. Understanding how organizations work has been the focus of scientists and scholars until the early part of the 20th century. Just as organizations have evolved, so to have the theories explaining them. These theories can be divided into 9 different “schools” of thought (Shafritz, Ott, Jang, 2005): Classical Organization Theory, Neoclassical Organization Theory, Human Resource Theory, or the Organizational Behavior Perspective, Modern Structural Organization Theory, Organizational Economics Theory, Power and Politics Organization Theory, Organizational Culture Theory, Reform Though Changes in Organizational Culture and Theories of Organizations and Environments. This introductory paper will concentrate on the modern structural organization theory and is divided as follows: The introduction talks about the developments of the organization and organization theory from its early stages with detailed definitions. In section 2, theoretical roots in other words literature review on the subject will be presented. At further section, by looking at the perspectives of the 9 pioneering people (Burns & Stalker, Blau & Scott, Walker & Lorsch, Mintzberg and Burton & Obel) main principles of the classical organization theory are presented one by one. Section 4 mentions strengths and weaknesses of the classical organizational theory and section 5 discusses and concludes the paper.
The prepared samples of thin-film by laser ablation method were achieved. Powders of doped cadmium oxide with cobalt of ratios (0,1,3,5,7)wt% were mixed and then compressing by approximately 10 tons. The samples were ablated by using Neodymium-YAG laser with 1000mW and obtained the plasma plume at 0.1mbar pressure and 250oC. Results indicate by using AFM, XRD and FTIR devices that the surface roughness and the size particle decrease with increasing dopants and there are existence stretching bonds of cadmium oxide with cobalt, and have of a multi-cubical polycrystalline .The doping leads to a small decrease in the intensity of the peaks of the cadmium oxide at (200) especially at a concentration of ratio 7%, but it was obtained lowering increase at (111), However, low peaks in most of them due to doping. Absorbance infrared ray have the greatest values of pure cadmium oxide at energies (617.61) (1117.31)(1458.62)(1624.15)(3450) cm -1 and also get a reduction in the absorption peaks as a result to doping with cobalt