The structural evolution of Naval air squadrons
Alexander, Steven Rubin
Haga, William J.
Eoyang, Carson K.
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Five consecutive years In the evolution of nine U.S. Navy air squadrons were studied to determine the effects of organization size on complexity. Path analysis was used to examine hypothesized causal relationships. Size was found to be less influential than had been expected, The longitudinal approach presented different views of the same organization depending on the variables observed and the time between measurements.