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    • What are the basic principles of organization theory? - Chapter 1
    • What are the most important organizational management theories? - Chapter 2
    • How can organizational effectiveness be achieved? - Chapter 4
    • How to structure and classify organizations? - Chapter 4
    • How to strategically structure an organization? - Chapter 5
    • How can the size of an organization influence the organization's strategy and structure? - Chapter 6
    • How to manage technology and structure within an organization? - Chapter 7
    • How can organization's environment influence the organization's strategy and structure? - Chapter 8
    • What is the power-control view on organizational structure? - Chapter 9
    • What is the purpose of structuring an organization? - Chapter 10
    • How to manage an organization's internal environment? - Chapter 11
    • How to manage organizational change? - Chapter 12
    • How to define an organisational culture? - Chapter 13
    • What are the main theories on organizational growth and decline? - Chapter 14
    • What is innovation and knowledge management? - Chapter 15
    • What is the influence of women in organizations? - Chapter 16

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