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Managing Organizations

Managing Organizations
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April 1999 | 288 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
In Managing Organizations Stewart Clegg, Cynthia Hardy and Walter Nord explore the major issues and debates in management and organization. The textbook addresses key topics such as leadership, decision-making and innovation in organizations alongside such themes as diversity, globalization and ecology. Students and teachers of management will find this a comprehensive and wide-ranging resource on the core issues for contemporary managers and organizations.
Stewart R Clegg, Cynthia Hardy and Walter R Nord
Richard Whipp
Creative Deconstruction
Strategy and Organizations

Alan Bryman
Leadership in Organizations
Susan J Miller, David J Hickson and David C Wilson
Decision-Making in Organizations
Anne E Tenbrunsel et al
Cognitions in Organizations
Stella M Nkomo and Taylor Cox Jr
Diverse Identities in Organizations
Arthur D Shulman
Putting Group Information Technology in Its Place
Communication and Good Work Group Performance

Linda L Putnam, Nelson Phillips and Pamela Chapman
Metaphors of Communication and Organization
Karlene H Roberts and Martha Grabowski
Organizations, Technology and Structuring
Deborah Dougherty
Organizing for Innovation
Karl E Weick and Frances Westley
Organizational Learning
Affirming an Oxymoron

Carolyn P Egri and Lawrence T Pinfield
Organizations and the Biosphere
Ecologies and Environments

Barbara Parker
Evolution and Revolution
From International Business to Globalization


`This text should prove invaluable to practising administrative managers and advanced students, especially those undertaking their own research' - Journal of Administrative Management

I would like to say that this book is excellent, and it is. If you are already versed in academic theory and ideas regarding the management of organizations. For new students or mature students returning to study after a break in studies, I fear that it would inhibit their studies as much of what is discussed is inaccessible to the untrained or new academic.

Mrs Carrie Foster
Business School, Chester University
November 7, 2012

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