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Postmodern management and organization theory

Author: David M Boje; Robert P Gephart; Tojo Joseph Thatchenkery
Publisher: Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents feminist, cultural, and environmental perspectives on management and organizational theory and propose directions for further research. Covers deconstructing organizational analysis, gender, epistemological issues, pedagogy, and global organizational studies. Addressed primarily to graduate and advanced undergraduate students but possibly.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Postmodern management and organization theory.
Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, ©1996
(OCoLC)647374503
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David M Boje; Robert P Gephart; Tojo Joseph Thatchenkery
ISBN: 0803970048 9780803970045 0803970056 9780803970052
OCLC Number: 32969564
Description: xi, 408 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Postmodern management and the coming crises of organizational analysis / Robert P. Gephart, Jr., David M. Boje, Tojo Joseph Thatchenkery --
Deconstructing organizational analysis : critique, reflections, and alternatives. Management, social issues, and the postmodern era / Robert P. Gephart, Jr. --
Exploring the terrain of modernism and postmodernism in organization theory / John Hassard --
Storytelling at Administrative Science Quarterly : warding off the postmodern barbarians / David M. Boje, Dale E. Fitzgibbons, David S. Steingard. Beyond MAN-AGE-ment : gender, discourse, and organizational voices. Women as constituent directors : re-reading current texts using a feminist-postmodernist approach / Patricia Bradshaw --
Liberation from within? Organizational implications of Irigaray's concept of "residue" / Ian Atkin, John Hassard --
Do you take your body to work? / David Barry, Mary Ann Hazen --
A theory of stakeholder enabling : giving voice to an emerging postmodern praxis of organizational discourse / Jerry M. Calton, Nancy B. Kurland. From techno-logy to eco-logy : epistemological issues in environmental management. Ecological futures : systems theory, postmodernism, and participative learning in an age of uncertainty / Alfonso Montuori, Ronald E. Purser --
Simulacral environments : reflexivity and the natural ecology of organizations / Robert P. Gephart, Jr. --
Postmodern pedagogy. Pedagogy for the postmodern management classroom : Greenback Company / Grace Ann Rosile, David M. Boje. Reconstructions of choice : advocating a constructivist approach to postmodern management education / Ghazi F. Binzagr, Michael R. Manning --
Modernism, postmodernism, and managerial competencies : a multidiscourse reading / Eric H. Neilsen --
Critical issues in global organizational studies. Metaphors of globalization / Stewart R. Clegg, John T. Gray --
Organizations as a play of multiple and dynamic discourses : an example from a global social change organization / Tojo Joseph Thatchenkery, Punya Upadhyaya. Technologies of representation in the global corporation : power and polyphony / Kenneth J. Gergen, Diana Whitney --
Conclusion : reconstructing organizations for future survival / Robert P. Gephart, Tojo Joseph Thatchenkery, David M. Boje.
Responsibility: David M. Boje, Robert P. Gephart, Tojo Joseph Thatchenkery, editors.
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Presents feminist, cultural, and environmental perspectives on management and organizational theory and propose directions for further research. Covers deconstructing organizational analysis, gender, epistemological issues, pedagogy, and global organizational studies. Addressed primarily to graduate and advanced undergraduate students but possibly.

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