A Study of Bureaucracy in the Digital Transformation Era: A Global Organizational Context

Pimploi Tirastittam, Sotarat Thammaboosadee, Rojjalak Chuckpaiwong
Max Weber’s bureaucratic theory has been one of the most powerful and well known practical method for the organization for a very long time. Since the globalization, the world has changed the way of doing business, especially in the cultural and human resources for organizations. While facing the pressure from the practice in digital transformation era, the bureaucratic organizations still working in the paperwork could not suddenly transform into the other business practice based on digitization. This paper will discuss how the bureaucratic organizations in the digital transformation era are doing and how they can survive by the talent management (the better human resource) to improve the organization’s working efficiency
Bureaucratic Organization; Digital Transformation; Global Context; Government Sector