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The 1st accomplished consultant to anthropological reports of complicated organizations• deals the 1st complete connection with the anthropological research of advanced organizations
• info how organizational idea and study in company has followed anthropology’s key thought of tradition, inspiring new insights into organizational dynamics and development
• Highlights pioneering theoretical views starting from symbolic and semiotic ways to neuroscientific frameworks for learning modern organizations
• Addresses the comparative and cross-cultural dimensions of establishment businesses and of non-governmental organisations operating within the globalizing economy
• subject matters coated comprise organizational dynamics, entrepreneurship, innovation, social networks, cognitive types and staff development, organizational dysfunctions, worldwide networked firms, NGOs, unions, digital groups, company tradition and social responsibility
• provides a physique of labor that displays the breadth and intensity of the sphere of organizational anthropology and makes the case for the significance of the sphere within the anthropology of the twenty-first century

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