Book Reviews

@article{Sutton2003BookR,
  title={Book Reviews},
  author={John R. Sutton},
  journal={Administrative Science Quarterly},
  year={2003},
  volume={48},
  pages={715 - 717}
}
  • J. Sutton
  • Published 1 December 2003
  • Business
  • Administrative Science Quarterly
rience, concrete examples of success and failure and informative stories of how others have addressed the challenges of team leadership. Leading Teams is certainly well worth reading. Hackman writes extremely well, and he brings his considerable knowledge and experience to bear in all his discussions. Just as important, though, Leading Teams is provocative: it stimulates considerable thought about how teams are best designed and led. All are important attributes of a book like this-whether read… 

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Social structure and organizations

Normal Crimes: Sociological Features of the Penal Code in a Public Defender Office

school, has it that the categories of the criminal law, e.g., "burglary," "petty theft," "homicide," etc., are not "homogeneous in respect to causation."1 From an inspection of penal code

On the Virtues of the Old Institutionalism

Institutions are staffed and are created to do the job of regulating organizations. This staffing, and all the creative work that is involved in financing, governing, training, and motivating