Handbook of organization studies
Handbook of organization studies
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Includes bibliographies and index
`A valuable guide to major issues in the field' - Gareth Morgan, University of York `The Handbook of Organization Studies completes the trilogy begun by two previous pathbreaking handbooks - March's Handbook of Organizations (1965) and Nystrom and Starbuck's Handbook of Organizational Design (1981). Like the earlier two handbooks, the editors have recruited an international group of up-and-coming junior scholars, as well as seasoned veterans, and the result is stunning... a gold mine of ideas. I wholeheartedly recommend this book' - Howard E Aldrich, Kenan Professor of Sociology, University of Northern Carolina at Chapel Hill `A marvellous collection of up-to-date scholarship on organization studies from a whole array of perspectives. A must for any organization researcher's bookshelf' - Koya Azumi, Professor of Sociology, International Christian University, Tokyo `The Handbook of Organization Studies provides a much-needed synthesis of the literature and knowledge about organizations and organizing.... I recommend it as an essential reference book for business schools as well as social science departments' - Professor Jean-Claude Thoenig, INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France `This book is the most significant contribution to the study of organizations to have appeared in one volume since the classic Handbook of Organizations which James March edited thirty years ago.... This Handbook of Organization Studies should remain relevant for at least as long as its predecessor' - John Child, Guinness Professor of Management Studies, The Judge Institute of Management Studies, University of Cambridge `The Handbook of Organization Studies is a stunning accomplishment. The volume forces relics of an earlier era, like me, to rethink the fields of organizations and organization studies. It captures the exciting differences that are part of our literature in one place. The volume undoubtedly will stimulate new enquiries which will require another such handbook in another three decades' - Richard H Hall, Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Sociology and Management, State University of New York, Albany `This book will stimulate many exciting conversations among readers that would not have occurred without it. It is creative in design and conception and the quality... is superb. Definintely, it will appeal to those who wish to celebrate the diversity of perspectives and issues in the field and outflank those who wish to imagine that there is nothing of value outside the mainstream' - Professor John M Jermier, University of South Florida, Tampa This unique handbook presents a major retrospective and prospective overview of the field of organization studies. Drawing on the talents of an outstanding team of international contributors, the editors have assembled, assessed and synthesized the key strands in past and current theory. The text moves from the general to the specific, from the past to the present and from the present to the future. Addressing the established traditions, as well as newer foci of inquiry, it examines the questions that the fin de si[gr]ecle poses for organizations, and for ourselves as organization members and researchers. Central to the enterprise has been a concern to reflect and honour the manifest diversity of the field - including recognition of the extent to which the very notion of a single field of organization studies is itself debated - while also directing attention to the points of intersection and potential dialogue across the numerous `conversations' that make up this area of study.
Introduction - Stewart R Clegg and Cynthia Hardy Organizations, Organization and Organizing PART ONE: FRAMEWORKS FOR ANALYSIS Organizational Theorizing - Michael Reed A Historically Contested Terrain The Normal Science of Structural Contingency Theory - Lex Donaldson Organizational Ecology - Joel A C Baum Organizational Economics - Jay B Barney and William Hesterly Understanding the Relationship between Organizations and Economic Analysis The Individual in Organizational Studies - Walter R Nord and Suzy Fox The Great Disappearing Act? The Institutionalization of Institutional Theory - Pamela S Tolbert and Lynne G Zucker Critical Theory and Postmodernism Approaches to Organizational Studies - Mats Alvesson and Stanley Deetz From `The Woman's' Point of View - Marta B Cal[ac]as and Linda Smircich Feminist Approaches to Organization Studies PART TWO: CURRENT ISSUES IN ORGANIZATION STUDIES Creative Deconstruction - Richard Whipp Strategy and Organizations Leadership in Organizations - Alan Bryman Decision-Making in Organizations - Susan J Miller, David J Hickson and David C Wilson Cognitions in Organizations - Ann E Tenbrunsel et al Diverse Identities in Organizations - Stella M Nkomo and Taylor Cox Jr Putting Group Information Technology in its Place - Arthur D Shulman Communication and Good Work Group Performance Metaphors of Communication and Organization - Linda L Putnam, Nelson Phillips and Pamela Chapman Organizations, Technology and Structuring - Karlene H Roberts and Martha Grabowski Organizing for Innovation - Deborah Dougherty Organizational Learning - Karl E Weick and Frances Westley Affirming an Oxymoron Organizations and the Biosphere - Carolyn P Egri and Lawrence T Pinfield Ecologies and Environments Evolution and Revolution - Barbara Parker From International Business to Globalization PART THREE: REFLECTIONS ON RESEARCH, THEORY AND PRACTICE Data in Organization Studies - Ralph Stablein Action Research for the Study of Organizations - Colin Eden and Chris Huxham Emotion and Organizing - Stephen Fineman Exploring the Aesthetic Side of Organizational Life - Pasquale Gagliardi Images of Time in Work and Organization - John Hassard The Organizational Culture War Games - Joanne Martin and Peter Frost A Struggle for Intellectual Dominance Some Dare Call It Power - Cynthia Hardy and Stewart R Clegg Normal Science, Paradigms, Metaphors, Discourses and Genealogies of Analysis - Gibson Burrell The Owl of Minerva - Richard Marsden and Barbara Townley Reflections on Theory in Practice Conclusion - Stewart R Clegg and Cynthia Hardy Representations
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