An Agenda for Organizational Control Research: Looking through the Kaleidoscope of the Past and Present
During the past 50 years, a substantial array of research on organizational control has been conducted in management. In spite of its historical prominence in strategic management and organization theory, control research has not been sufficiently cumulative. Organizational forms and environments have changed dramatically since theories concerning organizational control were developed, yet our theories and empirical research have not kept pace with the dramatic changes of our twentyfirst century. The purpose of this review is to make sense of this old, but fragmented research and to identify building blocks, critical relationships, trends, and a roadmap for future research.
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Strategy in Complex Settings
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