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Organization introduces students to the key principles of understanding, designing, and managing organizations in an accessible and practical way. The book provides a conceptual tool kit containing the essential models, theories and concepts needed for working in, managing and evaluating organizations. Key Features: Insightful anecdotes discuss how for and not for profit organizations fit within our current society from a social and economic perspective. Theoretical framework and multi-perspective approach focuses on economics, institutionalism and evolution theory highlighting the relationship between organizations, employees and the broader society. Research-focused approach analyzes organizational phenomena in light of recent studies.