Originally published in 1986, this volume brings together papers on the organisational structure of select public enterprises from nine countries, developed and developing. They are set in different forms, work in different sectors and have diverse experiences, often on similar issues. The papers are written by top executives of the respective enterprises and, therefore, contain an authentic presentation of the problems and processes of organisation.
The editor has included, at the beginning, an analytical review on certain fundamental aspects of organisational structure which, for the purpose of this volume, has been conceived in wide terms. Every one of these aspects is not exactly covered by every empirical paper. At the end he has provided a comparative review, trying to keep to a minimum repetition of material from the papers.
Table of Contents
Preface. Notes on Contributors. 1. The Organisational Structure of a Public Enterprise: An Analysis V.V. Ramanadham 2. British Steel Corporation R.W. Roseveare 3. The Post Office J.R. Baxter 4. Electricité de France Jean L. Virole 5. Isituto per la Ricostruzione Industriale V. Ajmone Marsan 6. Salzgitter AG Ernst Pieper 7. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Under permission of Louis L.J. Gambaccini 8. Corporación Venezolana de Guayana Enrique Viloria 9. National Fertilizer Corporation of Pakistan Limited Riyaz H. Bokhari 10. Coal India Limited B.L. Wadehra 11. Urban Development Authority A.K.M. Yusof 12. The Yugoslav Enterprise V.V. Ramanadham 13. Concluding Review V.V. Ramanadham. Index