Reflection Of The Organizational Theory

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Final essay Self reflection When looking back at all of the weekly written assignments there are a few things I should note. There were some questions like naming the ‘theories of rationality’ in the written assignments which I did not yet fully grasp at the moment of answering the questions. When I look back at the first assignment I now understand what was asked of me. To some degree, this also applies to some of the other exercises. What I have noticed is that my writing skills have improved hugely thanks to the Organization Theory course, which can be seen in the difference in quality between my first assignment and this final essay. Out of all of the subjects we covered in the Organization Theory course isomorphism and innovation in organizations were the two…show more content…
In this case, employees are feeling less bound to follow bureaucratic standards, as a result the degree of creativity is higher and this has an effect on the entire company, which will have a lower degree of isomorphism. Looking at both of these concepts in this way, there is a clear correlation between the two concepts, which is inverse. If the degree of isomorphism is higher in a certain company, the likelihood that there is a high degree of innovation in this company is lower. If the degree of isomorphism is lower in a certain company, the likelihood that there is a high degree of innovation in this company is higher. However, when looking at organizations and the degree of isomorphism they have, it is hard to say if an organization that has a high degree of isomorphism automatically also has a low degree of innovation. This means that to check if there is a causational effect between the two concepts, further research has to be done in different
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