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The Oxford handbook of critical management studies

Author: Mats Alvesson; Todd Bridgman; Hugh Willmott
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.
Series: Oxford handbooks.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Critical Management Studies (CMS) has emerged as a movement that questions the authority and relevance of much mainstream thinking and practice. Critical of established practices and institutional  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mats Alvesson; Todd Bridgman; Hugh Willmott
ISBN: 9780199237715 0199237719 9780199595686 0199595682
OCLC Number: 294886711
Notes: Todd Bridgman is a New Zealand editor.
Description: xxi, 582 pages ; 26 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction / Mats Alvesson, Todd Bridgman and Hugh Willmott --
pt. I. Theoretical approaches. 2. Critical theory and its contribution to critical management studies / Andreas Georg Scherer. 3. Critical realism in critical management studies / Michael I. Reed. 4. Poststructuralism in critical management studies / Campbell Jones. 5. Perspectives on labor process theory / Paul Thompson and Damian P. O'Doherty --
pt. II. Key topics and issues. 6. Organizations and the natural environment / Tim Newton. 7. Power at work in organizations / David Knights. 8. Critical management studies on identity : mapping the terrain / Robyn Thomas. 9. Managing globalization / Subhabrata Bobby Banergee, Chris Carter and Stewart Clegg. 10. Discourse and critical management studies / David Grant, Rick Iedema and Cliff Oswick. 11. Culture : broadening the critical repertoire / Joanna Brewis and Gavin Jack. 12. Critical approaches to organizational change / Glenn Morgan and André Spicer. 13. Ethics : critique, ambivalence, and infinite responsibilities (unmet) / Edward Wray-Bliss. 14. Critical management and organizational history / Michael Rowlinson, Roy Stager Jacques and Charles Booth. 15. Gender and diversity : other ways to "make a difference" / Karen Lee Ashcraft. 16. Towards a workers' society? New perspectives on work and emancipation / Peter Fleming and Matteo Mandarini. 17. Critical management methodology / Joanne Duberley and Phil Johnson --
pt. III. Specialisms. 18. Marketing / Michael Saren and Peter Svensson. 19. Information systems / Debra Howcroft. 20. Strategy / Nelson Phillips and Sadhvi Dar. 21. Communication / Stanley Deetz and John G. McClellan. 22. Human resource management / Tom Keenoy. 23. Accounting / Mahmoud Ezzamel and Keith Robson --
pt. IV. Critical management studies : progress and prospects. 24. Challenging hierarchy / John Child. 25. On striving to give a critical edge to critical management studies / Anthony G. Hopwood. 26. Critical reflections on labor process theory, work, and management / Steve Frenkel. 27. Critical management education / Alessia Contu. 28. Handbooks, swarms, and living dangerously / Gibson Burrell.
Series Title: Oxford handbooks.
Other Titles: Critical management studies
Responsibility: edited by Mats Alvesson, Todd Bridgman and Hugh Willmott.
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