دینامیک استانداردسازی: نقش استانداردها در مطالعات سازمانی از منظر سه دیدگاه

نوع مقاله: ترجمه

نویسنده

گروه مهندسی صنایع، واحد تهران شمال، دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی، تهران، ایران

چکیده

این مقاله حکایت از آن دارد که وقتی پدیده‌ی استاندارد و استانداردسازی از دیدگاه مطالعات سازمانی مورد بررسی قرار می‌گیرد، سه جنبه تحت عنوان استانداردسازیِ سازمان‌ها، استانداردسازی در سازمان‌ها و استانداردسازی به عنوان (شکلی از) سازمان‌دهی‌ متجلی می‌شود. با مرور جامع پژوهش موجود در این سه حوزه، می‌توان چنین استدلال کرد که ابعاد دینامیک استانداردسازی به میزان کافی در ادبیات دانشگاهی مطرح نشده است. از این گذشته، انواع اصلی تنش مربوط به استانداردسازی و دینامیک حاصل از آن در هر یک از سه حوزه مذکور شناسایی شده، خواهید دید در حالی که استانداردها و استانداردسازی معمولا با ثبات و مطابقت در ارتباط هستند، در اصل یک پدیده‌ی دینامیک می‌باشند. این مقاله پیامدهای این موضوع خاص را به عنوان یک پدیده‌ی دینامیک در مطالعات سازمانی برای موضوعات استاندارد نشان داده، توصیه‌هایی برای پژوهش بیشتر ارائه می‌نماید.

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