2 edition of Postmodern management theory found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Marta B. Calás and Linda Smircich.|
|Series||History of management thought, History of management thought (Aldershot, England)|
|Contributions||Calás, Marta B., 1942-, Smircich, Linda Mary.|
|LC Classifications||HD30.19 .P67 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 542 p. :|
|Number of Pages||542|
|LC Control Number||97025265|
Knowledge management involves neither knowledge nor management. Management is defined as Planning, Organizing and Controlling POC all resources required to achieve goals of the organizational strategic business plans established by senior management in an efficient and effective manner. Postmodernization allows manufacturing to be globally networked — as long as the required information can be transferred, products can be designed in one country, their components manufactured in several countries depending on skill availability and the cost of labor, assembled in another country, and sold in a variety of markets. Sambrook, S. Journal of Management Studies, 2 Human Communication Research, 18,
This creation of markets in turn stopped the State from being the funder and service provider simultaneously, to just primarily the funder. Storytelling…for strategic flexibility…for change management. American Sociological Review, 61, A system is an interrelated set of elements functioning as a whole. Citation Clegg, S.
Calas, L. Postmodern Public Administration - United States[ edit ] Postmodern Public Administration is linked to the capitalist model of the late 20th and 21st century. Organizational development: A process of learning and changing 2nd ed. Continuing learning in the professions. The modern practice of adult education: From pedagogy to andragogy. Bolt, J.
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Separating the definition of leadership and management is a difficult task.
Bissell, A. Boje, D. It is worth noting that,in this sense, new public management is the radical opposite of the notion of migrating political values into "private" space in the interest of further democratizing society. On the one hand, ideal-types enable consideration of things like alternative meanings of important concepts or alternative motivations held by social actors.
Knowledge management: Making sense of an oxymoron. Woodrow Wilson defined public administration as a detailed and systematic execution of public law, he divided government institutions into two separate sectors, administration and politics.
Armon Eds. The role of change management in knowledge management. Watkins, K. Understanding Organizations as learning systems. Systems Theory is a holistic, process-oriented model of the universe in which all parts are mutually affecting.
Emotional labor involves the production and manipulation of affect or feelings and in contrast to the other types requires the full involvement of human bodies. Information richness: A new approach to managerial behavior and organization design, in B.
It is a management approach which enables the leadership to see the company as a unified part or a major section of the larger outside corporate environment. Part I - how professionals learn - the theory! Each of these three branches study Public Administration from a different perspective. Liker, J.
Enhancing technology usein student teaching: A case study. Garvin, D. Competing for the future. Retrieved August 20,from Business Source Complete.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. postmodernism debate in organisational studies to now focus on organisational aesthetics and ethnography as well as complexity theory Stephen Linstead is Professor of Organizational Analysis, Director of Research and Head of the Work, Management and Organization subject group at Durham Business School, University of Durham.
His current research. Dec 20, · Postmodernism is a term applied to a wide-rangingset of developments in critical theory, philosophy,architecture, art, literature, and culture, which are generallycharacterized as either emerging from, in reaction to, orsuperseding modernism. Postmodernism, however, is not a natural kind nor a material artifact.
It isn't even a theory, that is to say, a work of intellectual architecture, free- standing and well-founded. Instead it bears the signature of an intellectuals' movement: the "ism" ending. We speak of the Theory of Relativity, and then again we speak of Relativism.
"Post" comes after modern (after bureaucracy, after hierarchy & after the industrial era). The postmodern organization may be defined as that comprising a networked set of diverse, self-managed, self-controlled teams with poly-centers [many centers] of coordination that fold and unfold according to the requirements of the tasks.
This thought-provoking critique of postmodern theory provides an overview of issues as they relate to management and organization theory and its history, and assembles a variety of important works on postmodern philosophy - including feminist and cultural postmodern philosophies.