This title was first published in 2001. Engaging with both management science and interactionist sociology, this book employs a case study of stroke rehabilitation in hospitals to clarify a range of practical organizational concerns and conceptual issues related to decision making in complex organizations.
Table of Contents
Contents: Decision making from an ethnomethodological standpoint; Analytical problems and an initial presentation of the data; Responsibility in decision making and the fallacy of relativism; Decision making in the stroke unit; Bibliography; Appendices.
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