Designing a new organization at nasa: an organization design process using simulation

T. N. Carroll, T. J. Gormley, V. J. Bilardo, R. M. Burton, and K. L. Woodman, “Designing a new organization at nasa: an organization design process using simulation,” Organization science, vol. 17, iss. 2, p. 202–214, 2006.

Abstract

The challenge for NASA’s Systems Analysis Integrated Discipline Team (SAIDT) is to develop a new organization design capable of performing complex modeling and analysis tasks, using team members at various NASA centers.

The focus is on:

  1. design as a process,
  2. the effect of design tools on the process as well as alternative designs,
  3. the fit between the tools and their fit with the organization,
  4. the effect of an ongoing agencywide transformation, and
  5. implications for organizational contingency theory.

BibTeX

@article {carroll2006designing,
year = {2006},
volume = {17},
url = {https://faculty.fuqua.duke.edu/bio/archive/CarrolletalOrgSciMarAp06.pdf},
title = {Designing a new organization at NASA: An organization design process using simulation},
publisher = {INFORMS},
pages = {202--214},
number = {2},
journal = {Organization Science},
doi = {10.1287/orsc.1050.0166},
abstract = {<p>The challenge for NASA’s Systems Analysis Integrated Discipline Team (SAIDT) is to develop a new organization design capable of performing complex modeling and analysis tasks, using team members at various NASA centers. </p>
<p>The focus is on:</p>
<ol>
<li> design as a process, </li>
<li> the effect of design tools on the process as well as alternative designs, </li>
<li> the fit between the tools and their fit with the organization, </li>
<li> the effect of an ongoing agencywide transformation, and </li>
<li>implications for organizational contingency theory.</li>
</ol>},
biburl = {https://zeal.global/publications/},
urltitle = {designing-a-new-organization-at-nasa-an-organization-design-process-using-simulation},
author = {Carroll, Timothy N and Gormley, Thomas J and Bilardo, Vincent J and Burton, Richard M and Woodman, Keith L}
}