Intelligent Organization Theory and Its Comparison with Bureaucracy Theory According to Max Weber

Authors

  • Baren Sipayung STIA LAN
  • Darpitaning W.A. STIA LAN
  • Purwoyo STIA LAN

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37010/lit.v4i1.676

Keywords:

knowledge, intelligence, educated group, intelligence organization

Abstract

The purpose of this scientific paper is to find the main characteristics of a quality organization. Intelligence is one of those concepts that everyone has in mind, but hardly a few can define or explain it. Thus, it is more difficult to develop in organizational concepts, and talking about intelligence organizations, this paper tries to show the new dimensions that intelligence has to the organizational level, and the new characteristics that it may have. Fundamentally, intelligence organizations are people who develop the ability to continually adapt to changes and unpredictable environments. Within the organization they study where human resources, including individual intelligence, have been integrated into new cognitive structures at the organizational, group, community, or association level.

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Published

2022-04-30

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Sipayung, B., W.A., D., & Purwoyo, P. (2022). Intelligent Organization Theory and Its Comparison with Bureaucracy Theory According to Max Weber. LITERATUS, 4(1), 139–145. https://doi.org/10.37010/lit.v4i1.676
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