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Natural Selection in a Perilous Environment. In this important and readable book, Kaufman develops a theory of organizational survival and demise that could fundamentally alter traditional explanations of organizational persistence and systems maintenance. Courses: Organizational Theory. January 1991 212 pages CQ Press. Kaufman views randomness rather than rationality as the key factor in organizational survival. Kaufman has lifted the discourse on organizational behavior to a new level. David H. Rosenbloom American University.