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Physical work environment
Board of Directors
All of the above
Regulatory agencies control competition, interest groups promote competition.
Regulatory agencies operate in the task environment, interest groups operate in the general environment.
Regulatory agencies are temporary; interest groups are permanent.
Regulatory agencies are created by the government, interest groups are organized by their members.
Regulatory agencies have little power to influence organizations, interest groups have a great amount of power to influence organizations.
They must understand the culture
They should place more emphasis on growth and competitiveness
They must protect the organization from "outsiders".
They must eliminate resistance to change in the task environment.
Systems resource approach
Organizational culture approach
Internal process approach
Strategic constituencies approach