Annotated Bibliography Daft, L. (2010). Organization theory and design. (Tenth De. , p. 374). Ohio: South- Western Coinage Learning Organizational Theory and Design is a book authored by Richard L. Daft. He is the Browne O. Currency, Jar. Professor of management in the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University, Nashville Tennessee. The book was published by South-Western Coinage, 2010, a digital information services for academic, professional, library markets and delivers customized learning solutions for universities, professors, students, colleges and government agencies.
Richard L. Daft as authored and co-authored 13 books, authored dozens of scholarly articles, papers and chapters. He is an active teacher and consultant and has helped in management consulting and business development. Daft specializes in the study of organization theory and leadership and his book, Organization theory and Design, has been recognized as one of the most systematic, well organized text in the market. It helps both the future and current managers to prepare for today’s challenges amidst rapidly changing, highly competitive environment in the business world.
The book features proven learning innovations and exquisite examples of contemporary organizations today which equips and makes one knowledgeable in the business world. The contents of Daftest work correlates with my research topic, Organizational Culture. Organizational culture is part of what makes up an organization which can be found in his theories. Culture is also an underlying factor that determines the success of an organization. His theories have been able to define, detect and examine the engagement of culture in an organization. Tsar, Y. (2011). Relationship between organizational culture, leadership behavior and Job satisfaction.
BAM health services research, 11(1), 98-106. DO’: 10. 1186/1472-6963-1 1-98 Wayfaring Tsar is an associate professor in the department of health policy and management. He is an adviser to the department of medical research, Chic Nan Medical University Hospital, Teaching, Taiwan and an Assistant Professor of the department of hospital and health care administration, Chi Nan University of Pharmacy and Science, Attain, Taiwan. He has authored many published articles. This article, Relationship between Organizational Culture, leadership behavior and job satisfaction, was scholarly reviewed and met all necessary criteria to be published.
The article describes the correlation between organizational culture, leadership behavior and Job satisfaction. It describes how culture plays a large role in a healthy or unhealthy environment. The article lays emphasis on how culture can influence employee’s behavior and work ethics. The result of a healthy culture depends on the interaction between the leadership and employees. If they have a good relationship, there would be team collaboration and communication. So also would employees be encouraged and motivated to accomplish the organizations objectives and mission. The article relates to my topic, Organizational Culture.
It focuses more on the effect of organizational cultures on leadership behavior and job satisfaction. It establishes the fact that leadership roles can affect employee’s behavior both in a positive and negative way. This has helped my research to develop the importance of culture in an organization. Peters, T. J. , & Waterman, R. H. (1982). In search of excellence Sydney: Harper and Row. In Search Of Excellence is a book authored by Tom Peters and Robert Waterman. It was published by Hairlessness, one of the world’s leading English Language publishing company headquartered in New York and is a subsidiary of News Corporation.
Thomas J. Peters is an author, speaker and professional agitator who has authored 7 known books. Robert H. Waterman is a director of a major consulting company and author of several books including, What America Does Right and The Renewed Factor. The focus of this book is a presentation of a research project that examines qualities and practices common to the best-run companies in America. Its findings resulted to eight distinctive principles for excellence that are still true and till in use in organizations today regardless of the year that it was published.
The theme or principles of this book revolve around people, customers and their actions. The book is known for its excellence and it’s a management classic. It is rated “the greatest business book of all time” (Bloomberg UK) The book is a link to the overall research on Organizational culture. It further speaks of the effect of a negative culture in an organization. A negative culture is said to be toxic and poisons the growth and enhancement of the company which hinders potential growth in the future of the organization.