This chapter examines the larger set of issues Selznick addressed in Leadership in Administration. It first illustrates Selznick's distinctive contribution to the study of modern organizations by contrasting his approach with that of Max Weber. It then discusses the concept of institutionalization as a process and as a project; and the tasks of leadership.
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