le Programme de doctorat en gestion

Théorie des organisations(GE 721)

Nom du Cours Semestre du Cours Cours Théoriques Travaux Dirigés (TD) Travaux Pratiques (TP) Crédit du Cours ECTS
GE 721 Théorie des organisations 1 3 0 0 3 7
Cours Pré-Requis
Conditions d'Admission au Cours
Langue du Cours Turc
Type de Cours Électif
Niveau du Cours Doctorat
Enseignant(s) du Cours Türker BAŞ turkerbas@hotmail.com (Email)
Assistant(e)s du Cours
Objectif du Cours Dersin amacı öğrencilerin yönetim kuramındaki temel düşünce akımlarını, kuramları ve tartışmaları öğrenmelerini sağlamaktır
Contenus
Acquis d'Apprentissage du Cours Dersi başarıyla tamamlayan öğrenci:

1.Örgüt kuramındaki temel kavramsal çerçeveyi, başlıca tartışma ve gelişmeleri bilebilmelidir.
2.Farklı okumalardaki ortak noktaları ve fikir ayrılıklarını bulabilmeli bunları analitik bir çerçeve içinde birleştirebilmelidir.
3.ÖK kapsamında yeni bir kuram geliştiren ya da varolan kuramların çatışan yönlerini ele alan bir makale yazabilmelidir.
4.Akademik dergilerin hakemlik sürecinde yer alabilmelidir.
5.Akademik ahlakı içselleştirmiş olmalıdır.
Méthodes d'Enseignement
Ressources M.J.Hatch (2006) Organization Theory Modern, Symbolic and Postmodern Perspectives Oxford: Oxford University Press, ch 1.
W. R. Scott (2003), Organizations: Rational, Natural, and Open Systems (5th edition), Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, ch. 1.
M. Reed (1996), ‘Organizational theorizing: A historically contested terrain’ in S. Clegg, C. Hardy, and W. R. Nord (eds), Handbook of Organization Studies, London: Sage, 31-56.




M.J.Hatch (2006) Organization Theory Modern, Symbolic and Postmodern Perspectives Oxford: Oxford University Press, chap 2.
Y. Shenhav (2003), ‘The historical and epistemological foundations of organization theory: Fusing sociological theory with engineering discourse’ in H. Tsoukas and C. Knudsen (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Organization Theory, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 183-209
W. H. Starbuck (2003), ‘The origins of organization theory’ in H. Tsoukas and C. Knudsen (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Organization Theory, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 143-182.
W. R. Scott (2003), Organizations: Rational, Natural, and Open Systems (5th edition), Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, chaps. 2 and 3.



W. R. Scott (2003), Organizations: Rational, Natural, and Open Systems (5th edition), Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, chap. 4.
L. Donaldson (2000), The Contingency Theory of Organizations, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, chaps. 1, 2 and 3.
Meyer, A.D., Tsui, A.S., Hinings, C.R. 1993. Configurational approaches to organizational analysis. Academy of Management Journal, 36: 1175-1195.



L. Donaldson (2000), The Contingency Theory of Organizations, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, chap. 5.
J. Child (2002), ‘Strategic choice’ in A. Sorge (ed.), Organization, Thomson Learning: London, 107-126.



R. Emerson, "Power-Dependence Relations." American Sociological Review 27 (1962): 31-41.
J. Pfeffer and G. R. Salancik (1978/2003), The External Control of Organizations: A Resource Dependence Perspective, Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, chaps 1, 2, 3 and 10 and the Introduction, xi-xxix (available as e-book)
M. S. Mizruchi and M. Yoo (2002), ‘Interorganizational power and dependence’ in J. A. C. Baum (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, Oxford: Blackwell, 599-620.


D. J. Brass (2002), ‘Intraorganizational power and dependence’ in J. A. C. Baum (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, Oxford: Blackwell, 138-157.
W. Ocasio (2002), ‘Organizational power and dependence’ in J. A. C. Baum (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, Oxford: Blackwell, 363-385.


Gulati, R., Dialdin, D. A. , & Wang, L. 2002. Organizational Networks. Pp. 181-303 in J. Baum (ed.), Blackwell Companion to Organizations. Oxford, UK: Blackwell. Podolny, J. M., & Baron, J. N. 1997. Resources and relationships: social networks and mobility in the workplace. American Sociological Review, 62: 673-693.
Burt, R. Chapter 1 in Structural Holes, 8-49. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1992. ISBN: 067484372X.
Granovetter, M. "The Strength of Weak Ties." American Journal of Sociology 78 (1973): 1360-1380.
Granovetter, M. "Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness." American Journal of Sociology 91 (1985): 481-510.
Uzzi, B. 1997. Social structure and competition in interfirm networks: the paradox of embeddedness. Administrative Science Quarterly 42: 35-67.
Burt, R.S. 2000. The network structure of social capital. Research in Organizational Behaviour, 22: 345-423.



R. Swedberg (2003), ‘Economic versus sociological approaches to organization theory’ in H. Tsoukas and C. Knudsen (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Organization Theory, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 373-391.
J. B. Barney and W. Westerly (1996), ‘Organizational Economics: Understanding the rtelationship between organizations and economic analysis’ in S. R. Clegg, C. Hardy and W. R. Nord (eds.), Handbook of Organization Studies, London, Sage, 115-147.
B. S. Silverman (2002), ‘Organizational economics’ in J. A. C. Baum (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, Oxford: Blackwell, 467-493.


Selznick, P. 1957. Leadership in Administration. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. – Chapters 1, 5
DiMaggio, P.J. & Powell, W.W., 1991. Introduction. Pp. 1-38 in The New Institutionalism in Organizational Analysis, edited by Walter W. Powell and Paul J. DiMaggio. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
DiMaggio, P., & Powell, W.W. 1983. The iron cage revisited: Institutional isomorphism and collective rationality in organizational fields. American Sociological Review, 48: 147-160.
Friedland, R. & Alford, R.R. 1991. Bringing Society Back in: Symbols, Practices, and Institutional Contradictions. Pp. 232-266 in The New Institutionalism in Organizational Analysis, edited by Walter W. Powell and Paul J. DiMaggio. Chicago: University of Chicago Press
Meyer and Rowan, 1977. Institutionalized Organizations: Formal Structure as Myth and Ceremony. American Journal of Sociology, 83: 340-63.
Tolbert, P.S., Zucker, L. 1983. Institutional sources of change in the formal structure of organizations: The diffusion of civil service reform, 1880-1935. Administrative Science Quarterly, 30: 22-39.
Zucker, L.G. 1987. Institutional theories of organizations. Annual Review of Sociology, 13: 443-464.
Suddaby, R. & Greenwood, R. 2005. Rhetorical Strategies of Legitimacy. Administrative Science Quarterly, 50: 35-67.



R. Whitley (1999/ 2002), ‘The nature of business systems and their institutional structuring’ in R. Whitley (ed.), Competing Capitalisms: Institutions and Economies, Vol. 1, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 161-194.
A. Sorge (1991/2002), ‘Strategic fit and the societal effect: Interpreting cross-national comparisons of technology, organization and human resources’ in R. Whitley (ed.), Competing Capitalisms: Institutions and Economies, Vol. 2, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 354-383.
R. Whitley (1998/2002), ‘Internationalization and varieties of capitalism: The limited effects of cross-national coordination of economic activities on the nature of business systems’ in R. Whitley (ed.), Competing Capitalisms: Institutions and Economies, Vol. 2, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 317-353.
R. Whitley (2005)‘How National are Business Systems? The Role States and Complementary Institutions in Standardizing Systems of Economic Coordination and Control at the National Level’ in G. Morgan, R. Whitley, and E. Moon (eds) Changing Capitalisms? Internationalization, Institutional Change, and Systems of Economic Organization,. 190-231. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Haake, Sven. 2002. National business systems and industry-specific competitiveness. Organization Studies, 23 (5) 711-736.


H. Aldrich (1999), Organizations Evolving, London: Sage, chaps. 9 and 10.
J. A. C. Baum and T. L. Amburgey (2002), ‘Organizational Ecology’ J. A. C. Baum (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, Oxford: Blackwell, 304-326.
S.D. Dobrev, & Kim, T.Y. 2006. Positioning among Organizations in a Population: Moves between Market Segments and the Evolution of Industry Structure. Administrative Science Quarterly, 51(2): 230-261.
R. C. Young. 1988. Is population ecology a useful paradigm for the study of organizations? American Journal of Sociology, 94: 1-24
J. Freeman, and Hannan, M.T. 1989. Setting the record straight on organizational ecology: Rebuttal to Young. American Journal of Sociology, 95: 425-439.


H. Aldrich (1999), Organizations Evolving, London: Sage, chaps. 2 and 3.
T. L. Amburgey and J. V. Singh (2002), ‘Organizational Evoution’ in J. A. C. Baum (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, Oxford, Blackwell, 327-343.
H. R. Greve (2002), ‘Interorganizational evolution’ in J. A. C. Baum (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, Oxford, Blackwell, 557-578.


S.Clegg and D.Dunkerly (2005) Critical issues in Organizations in C. Grey and H. Willmott (eds) Critical Management Studies Oxford:Oxford University Press, 46-50.
M.Alvesson and S. Deetz (2005) Critical theory and postmodernism: Approaches to organizational studies in C. Grey and H. Willmott (eds) Critical Management Studies Oxford:Oxford University Press,60-106
M. Parker (1992), "Post-Modern Organizations or Postmodern Organization Theory", Organization Studies, 13, 1-18.
M. Kilduff and A. Mehra (1997), “Postmodernism and Organizational Research”, Academy of Management Review, 22, 453-481.
Deetz, S. (1996) ‘Describing differences in approaches to organization science: rethinking Burrell and Morgan and their legacy’, Organization Science, 7 (2): 191-207.
S.R.Clegg, M. Kornberger & T. Pitsis (2005). Managing and Organizations, London :Sage
Imprimer le contenu du cours
Intitulés des Sujets Théoriques
Semaine Intitulés des Sujets
1 Introduction
2 Les organisations et la théorie organisationnelle
3 Les fondations et l’origine de la théorie organisationnelle
4 Théorie des systèmes et la théorie de la contingence
5 Critiques, paradoxes et debats
6 La théorie de la dependance des ressources
7 Les perspectives de pouvoir
8 Les réseaux sociaux
9 Les coûts de transaction, la théorie de l’agence
10 La théorie institutionnelle
11 Les effets de sociétés et des systèmes nationaux de business
12 L’écologie des populations
13 L’evolution organizationelle
14 Postmodernism
Intitulés des Sujets Pratiques
Semaine Intitulés des Sujets
Contribution à la Note Finale
  Numéro Frais de Scolarité
Contribution du contrôle continu à la note finale 5 60
Contribution de l'examen final à la note finale 1 40
Toplam 6 100
Contrôle Continu
  Numéro Frais de Scolarité
Devoir 0 0
Présentation 4 20
Examen partiel (temps de préparation inclu) 0 0
Projet 1 40
Travail de laboratoire 0 0
Autres travaux pratiques 0 0
Quiz 0 0
Devoir/projet de session 0 0
Portefeuille 0 0
Rapport 0 0
Journal d'apprentissage 0 0
Mémoire/projet de fin d'études 0 0
Séminaire 0 0
Autre 0 0
Toplam 5 60
No Objectifs Pédagogiques du Programme Contribiton
1 2 3 4 5
1 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de comprendre les points fondamentaux et le développement de la pensée scientifique. X
2 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de analyser et interpréter les approches théoriques ainsi que de les synthétiser. X
3 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de développer leur expertise dans leur domaine grâce à des informations et expériences provenant de différents secteurs, tels que la production, le marketing, la gestion, la comptabilité et la finance. X
4 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de avoir l’esprit critique et être capables de protéger leur indépendance intellectuelle. X
5 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de associer à leur fonction une connaissance pratique et théorique, à la fois avancée et moderne, dans leur propre domaine. X
6 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de produire une recherche scientifique originale. X
7 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de utiliser de façon experte de nombreuses méthodes de recherche tant quantitatives que qualitatives. X
8 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de innover dans de nouveaux secteurs du domaine scientifique en développant de nouvelles méthodes ou en appliquant des méthodes scientifiques reconnues. X
9 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de publier et présenter leurs travaux lors de conférences ou dans des revues à comités de lectures internationaux et indexées. X
10 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de collaborer avec des experts venant de nationalités et d’horizons différents aux besoins en recherche et en éducation. X
11 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de se montrer sensibles aux problèmes entre la société et le monde des affaires et être très actifs pour comprendre, analyser et résoudre ces problèmes. X
12 À l'issue de ce cours, l'étudiant doit être capable de considérer l’éthique scientifique comme étant de la plus haute importance dans la poursuite de leur future fonction. X
Activités Nombre Durée Charge totale de Travail
Durée du cours 14 3 42
Préparation pour le cours 12 3 36
Devoir 4 10 40
Présentation 12 3 36
Examen partiel (temps de préparation inclu) 0 0 0
Projet 0 0 0
Laboratoire 0 0 0
Autres travaux pratiques 0 0 0
Examen final (temps de préparation inclu) 1 20 20
Quiz 0 0 0
Devoir/projet de session 0 0 0
Portefeuille 0 0 0
Rapport 0 0 0
Journal d'apprentissage 0 0 0
Mémoire/projet de fin d'études 0 0 0
Séminaire 0 0 0
Autre 1 2 2
Charge totale de Travail 176
Charge totale de Travail / 25 7,04
Crédits ECTS 7
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