Power in Organizations

Organizations can be defined as systems of power: an interconnected series of order-givers and order-followers. In this light, organizations can be viewed as tools by which those people with power can use other people to achieve particular goals. It is important to note that individuals who are not formally designated as order-givers in an organization may also wield power, that is, be able to get others to carry out their wishes. Even individuals who are not official members of the organization may influence others in the organization to do as they wish. From this point of view we can think of power in and around organizations.

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Jerzy Supernat 2005-2023