Ralph D. Stacey

academician
(Redirected from Ralph Douglas Stacey)

Ralph Douglas Stacey (born 10 September 1942 in Johannesburg) is a British organizational theorist and Professor of Management at Hertfordshire Business School, University of Hertfordshire, in the UK and one of the pioneers of enquiring into the implications of the natural sciences of complexity for understanding human organisations and their management.

Professor of Managemement, Ralph D. Stacey

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  • From a legal point of view, an organisation is a legal person. It is legitimised, under the laws of the land, by a legally recognised and binding constitution specifying purpose, procedures to be followed, hierarchical offices to be taken up, authority to be granted, and membership criteria and categories.
    • Ralph Douglas Stacey (2007), Strategic Management and Organisational Dynamics. p. 316.

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