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Nancy M. Carter and Thomas L. Keon

Journal of Management Studies, 1989, vol. 26, issue 1, 11-28

Abstract: Specialization as an organizational level construct has received little conceptual or operational advancement since the early 1960s. Several facets of both task and person specialization are identified as part of an argument for extending the current view of specialization. The theoretical implications of this extension with regard to technology, control and organizational life cycle are proposed.

Date: 1989
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