Pulled it randomly from the shelves of the B-School library. I read in the context of trying to understand political systems at large, but this is written in the context of b-school managerial type usage. Not a bad book, though old.A few interesting points:
1) The discussion on pressures for stability resisting change.
2)The role of technology in helping to isolate work function and alienate the individual
3)a variety of discussions on the nature of power.
4) Technology and its ability to offer external control.

Interesting. Will read more on the topic to get a more full understanding.