Central Currents in Organization Studies I & II: Collection

Central Currents in Organization Studies I & II: Collection

by Stewart R Clegg
     
 

ISBN-10: 0761947264

ISBN-13: 9780761947264

Pub. Date: 09/17/2002

Publisher: SAGE Publications

Offering a solid grounding in the historical and contemporary concerns of the field, Central Currents in Organization Studies I & II presents an innovative and thematically coherent selection of seminal articles. This eight-volume set provides an essential benchmark reference to any library concerned with the field of organization studies.

Presenting the most

Overview

Offering a solid grounding in the historical and contemporary concerns of the field, Central Currents in Organization Studies I & II presents an innovative and thematically coherent selection of seminal articles. This eight-volume set provides an essential benchmark reference to any library concerned with the field of organization studies.

Presenting the most influential and provocative contributions to the field, this major work reviews the development of organization studies, including both mainstream and more innovative topics, leading through to recent debates on the status of organizations.

In addition to over 160 key original articles included in the collection, the each set opens with an introductory editorial essay by Stewart Clegg setting out the rationale behind the selections, and providing an illuminating discussion of the development of organization studies and its theoretical foundations.

Every discipline has the tradition of recording the central genealogical line of its development with work that comprises the great, the provocative and the field-defining writings. This major reference, easily organized to ensure comprehensive coverage of the essential tenets in the field, is the definitive resource for students, researchers and academics of organization studies.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780761947264
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
09/17/2002
Series:
SAGE Library in Business and Management Series
Edition description:
Eight-Volume Set
Pages:
3344
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.60(h) x 8.90(d)

Table of Contents

VOLUME ONE: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES AND EMERGENT TENSIONS
Introduction - S R Clegg
PART ONE: EARLY HISTORIES - THE EMERGENCE OF FORMALLY RATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Time, Work Discipline and Industrial Capitalism - E P Thompson
What Do Bosses Do? - S A Marglin
The Origins and Functions of Hierarchy in Capitalist Production
Class Struggle and the Transformation of the Labor Process - D Stark
From Asceticism to Administration of Wealth - A Kieser
Medieval Monasteries and the Pitfalls of Rationalization
The Emergence of Managerial Capitalism - A D Chandler
The Ecological Theory of Bureaucracy - J Langton
The Case of Josiah Wedgwood and the British Pottery Industry
Scientific Management and Class Relations - P F Meiksins
A Dissenting View
Hierarchies and the American Ideals, 1900-1940 - P Miller and T O'Leary
Scientific Management's Lost Aesthetic - M F Guillen
Architecture, Organization, and the Taylorized Beauty of the Mechanical
PART TWO: HUMAN RELATIONS IN FORMALLY RATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Mind in Everyday Affairs - C I Barnard
An Examination into Logical and Non-logical Thought Processes
The Effects of Social Environment - L J Henderson, T N Whitehead, and E Mayo
The Hawthorne Studies - A Carey
A Radical Critique
Minding the Workers - E O'Connor
The Meaning of 'Human' and 'Human Relations' in Elton Mayo
Bureaucratic Structure and Personality - R K Merton
Metaphysical Pathos and the Theory of Bureaucracy - A Gouldner
A Convergence in Organization Theory - D J Hickson
VOLUME TWO: LAYING THE THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS
PART THREE: SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR THEORIES OF MODERN ORGANIZATIONS
Suggestions for a Sociological Approach to the Theory of Organizations (I) - T Parsons
Suggestions for a Sociological Approach to the Theory of Organizations (II) - T Parsons
Foundations for a Theory of Organizations - P Selznick
The Concept of Bureaucracy - R H Hall
An Empirical Assessment
The Concept of Organization - E Bittner
The Study of Organizations - R Mayntz
PART FOUR: BUILDING ORGANIZATION THEORIES
An Axiomatic Theory of Organizations - J Hage
Modern Organization Theory - D S Pugh
A Psychological and Sociological Study
A Framework for the Comparative Analysis of Complex Organizations - C Perrow
Dimensions of Organization Structure - D S Pugh, D J Hickson, C R Hinings and C Turner
The Context of Organizational Structures - D S Pugh, D J Hickson, C R Hinings and C Turner
A Formal Theory of Differentiation in Organizations - P M Blau
Interdependence and Hierarchy in Organizations - P M Blau
VOLUME THREE: DEBATING ORGANIZATION CONTINGENCIES
PART FIVE: DEBATING CONTINGENCY THEORY
Organizational Structures, Environment and Performance - J Child
The Role of Strategic Choice
Technology and Organization Structure - H E Aldrich
A Re-examination of the Findings of the Aston Group
Interorganizational Dependence - S Mindlin and H E Aldrich
A Review of the Concept and a Re-examination of the Findings of the Aston Group
Strategy and Structural Adjustment to Regain Fit and Performance - L Donaldson
In Defence of Contingency Theory
Structural Contingency Theory - J M Pennings
A Reappraisal
Organizational Alignment as Competitive Advantage - T C Powell
Organizational Portfolio Theory - L Donaldson
Performance-Driven Organizational Change
PART SIX: THE ENVIRONMENTS OF ORGANIZATIONS
The Causal Texture of Organizational Environments - F E Emery, and E L Trist
Environments of Organizations - H E Aldrich and J Pfeffer
The Population Ecology of Organizations - M T Hannan and J Freeman
Structural Inertia and Organizational Change - M T Hannan and J Freeman
The Two Ecologies - W G Astley
Population and Community Perspectives on Organizational Evolution
Organizational Ecology - Terry L Amburgey and Rao Hayagreeva
Past, Present, and Future Directions
Organizations in Changing Environments - J Allmendinger and J R Hackman
The Case of East German Symphony Orchestras
VOLUME FOUR: INSTITUTIONS, ECONOMICS AND ORGANIZATIONS
PART SEVEN: INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS
Organizational Effectiveness and the Institutional Environment - P Hirsch
Institutionalized Organizations - J W Meyer and B Rowan
Formal Structure as Myth and Ceremony
Societal Differences in Organizing Manufacturing Units - M Maurice, A Sorge and M Warner
A Comparison of France, West Germany and Great Britain
Structuring Organizational Structures - S Ranson, C R Hinings and R Greenwood
The Iron Cage Revisited - P Di Maggio and W Powell
Institutional Isomorphism and Collective Rationality in Organizational Fields
Economic Action and Social Structure - M Granovetter
The Problem of Embededdness
The Adolescence of Institutional Theory - W R Scott
Fit and the Societal Effect - A Sorge
Interpreting Cross-National Comparisons of Technology, Organization and Human Resources
How Institutions Create Historically Rooted Trajectories of Growth - J Zysman
Institutional Theories of Organization - L Zucker
The Internationalization of Firms and Markets - R Whitley
Its Significance and Institutional Structuring
Institutionalism 'Old' and 'New' - P Selznick
Understanding Radical Organizational Change - R Greenwood and C R Hinings
Bringing Together the Old and New Institutionalism
PART EIGHT: ECONOMICS AND ORGANIZATIONS
The Nature of the Firm - R H Coase
Theories of Decision-Making Economics and Behavioural Science - H A Simon
Bounded Rationality, Ambiguity and the Engineering of Choice - J G March
The Economics of Organizations - O E Williamson
The Transaction Cost Approach
Economic Theories of Organization - C Perrow
Organizational Economics - W S Hesterley, J Liebeskind, and T R Zenger
An Impending Revolution in Organization Theory
Markets, Bureaucracies, and Clans - W G Ouchi
Hybrid Organizational Arrangements - W W Powell
New Form of Transitional Development?
Collaboration or Paradigm Shift? - P Hirsch, R Friedman and M P Koza
Caveat Emptor and the Risk of Romance with Economic Models for Strategy and Policy Research
The Spread of the Multidivisional Firm among Large Firms, 1919-1979' - N Fligstein
The Ethereal Hand - L Donaldson
Organizational Economics and Management Theory
Late Adoption of the Multi-divisional Form by Large US Corporations - D A Palmer, R Friedland, P D Jennings and X Zhou
Institutional, Political and Economic Accounts
VOLUME FIVE: POLITICAL RELATIONS AND ARENAS
PART NINE: POWER AND THE POLITICS OF ORGANIZING
A Strategic Contingencies Theory of Intra-Organizational Power - D J Hickson, C R Hinings, C A Lee, R L Schneck and J M Pennings
The Bases and Uses of Power in Organizational Decision-Making - G Salancik and J Pfeffer
Strategy Formulation as a Political Process - A M Pettigrew
Understanding Organizational Power - K Mc Neil
Building on the Weberian Legacy
Structural Sources of Intraorganizational Power - W G Astley and P S Sachdeva
A Theoretical Synthesis
The Organization as a Political Arena - H Mintzberg
Voicing Seduction to Silence Leadership - M Cal[ac]as and L Smircich
The Political Process of Innovation - P J Frost and C P Egri
Radical Revisions - S R Clegg
Power, Discipline and Organizations
Tightening the Iron Cage - J R Barker
Concertive Control in Self-Managing Teams
The Discipline of Teams - G Sewell
The Control of Team-Based Industrial Work Through Electronic and Peer Surveillance
Are There No Limits to Authority? - D Knights and D Mc Cabe
Domination, Self-Determination and Circular Organizing - A Romme, L Georges
Power and Discretion - R Munro
Membership Work in the Time of Technology
Managerial Strategies of Domination - D Courpasson
Power in Soft Bureaucracies
PART TEN: INTER-ORGANIZATIONAL COLLABORATION AND ALLIANCES
The Interorganizational Network as a Political Economy - K J Benson
Conditions Facilitating Interorganizational Collaboration - B Gray
The Strength of Weak Ties - M S Granovetter
Networks - H B Thorelli
Between Markets and Hierarchies
Inter-Firm Networks - A Grandori and G Soda
Antecedents, Mechanism and Forms
Developmental Processes of Cooperative Interorganizational Relationships - P S Ring and A H Van de Ven
Managing 21st Century Network Organizations - C C Snow, R E Miles and H J Coleman Jr
The Construction, Forms, and Consequences of Industrial Networks - M Ebers and J C Jarillo
Social Structure and Competition in Interfirm Networks - B Uzzi
The Paradox of Embeddedness
Trust and Inter-Organizational Networking - S Newell and J Swan
VOLUME SIX: DISCURSIVE SUBJECTS AND QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
PART ELEVEN: DISCURSIVE SUBJECTS
Situated Actions and Vocabulary of Motive - C W Mills
Cosmopolitans and Locals - A Gouldner
Banana Time - D Roy
Job Satisfaction and Informal Interaction
Studies of the Routine Grounds of Everyday Activities - H Garfinkel
The Police on Skid Row - E Bittner
A Study of Peacekeeping
Technical Work and Critical Inquiry - M Lynch
Investigations in a Scientific Laboratory
Talking Social Structure - H Molotch and D Boden
Discourse, Dominance and the Watergate Hearings
Studying Organizational Interaction - D Silverman
Ethnomethodology's Contribution to the 'New Institutionalism'
PART TWELVE: RESEARCHING ORGANIZING QUALITATIVELY
On Intellectual Craftsmanship - C W Mills
The Fact of Fiction in Organizational Ethnography - J Van Maanen
Metaphors of the Field - P K Manning
Varieties of Organizational Discourse
Longitudinal Field Research on Change Theory and Practice - A M Pettigrew
Deconstructing Organizational Taboos - J Martin
The Suppression of Gender Conflict in Organizations
Appealing Work - D Golden-Biddle and K Locke
An Investigation of How Ethnographic Texts Convince
From Interpretation to Representation in Organization Analysis - P Jeffcut
Postmodernism, Ethnography, and Organizational Symbolism
Stories of the Storytelling Organization - D Boje
A Postmodern Analysis of Disney as 'Tamara-Land'
Mixing Qualitative and Quantitative Methods - T J JICK
Triangulation in Action
Varieties of Discourse - M Alvesson and D Karreman
On the Study of Organizations through Discourse Analysis
Discourse and the Study of Organizations - L Heracleous and J Hendry
Towards a Structurational Perspective
VOLUME SEVEN: SYMBOLS, CULTURES, AESTHETICS, EMOTIONS AND SENSEMAKING
PART THIRTEEN: ORGANIZATIONS UNDERSTOOD THROUGH THEIR SYMBOLS AND CULTURES
Sociological Aspects of Organizational Symbolism - B Turner
Semiotics and the Study of Occupational and Organizational Cultures - S Barley
On Studying Organizational Cultures - A Pettigrew
Concepts of Culture and Organizational Analysis - L Smircich
Jokers Wild - S Linstead
The Importance of Humour in the Maintenance of Organization Culture
Corporate Culture - C Ray
The Last Frontier of Control
Cultural Change - D Meyerson and J Martin
An Integration of Three Different Views
Organizational Culture - E Schein
On Reading Organizational Culture - S Linstead and R Grafton-Small
Strength is Ignorance - H Willmott
Slavery is Freedom; Managing Culture in Modern Organizations
Breakfast at Spiro's - M Rosen
Dramaturgy and Dominance
Aesthetic Understanding of Organizational Life - A Strati
The Escalation of Commitment to a Course of Action - B M Staw
Emotional 'Man' - H Flam
Corporate Actors as Emotion-Motivated Emotion Managers
Sine Ira et Studio - Or Do Organizations Have Feelings? - M Albrow
Technology as an Occasion for Structuring Evidence for Observations of CAT Scanners and the Social Order of Radiology Departments - S Barley
The Collapse of Sense-Making in Organizations - K Weick
The Mann Gulch Disaster
Organizations as Sense-Making Contexts - P K Manning
Communities of Practice and Social Learning Systems - W Wenger
Power and Identity in Theory and Practice - D Knights and H Willmott f002 VOLUME EIGHT: PARADIGMS OF THEORY; PARADIGMS FOR PRACTICE
PART FIFTEEN: PARADIGMS AND ORGANIZATION STUDIES
Motivation, Leadership and Organization - G Hofstede
Do American Theories Apply Abroad?
Overcoming Hermeticisim in Organization Theory - J Hassard
An Alternative to Paradigm Incommensurability
Multiparadigm Perspectives on Theory Building - A Gioia and E Pitre
Metatriangulations - M W Lewis and A J Grimes
Building Theory from Multiple Paradigms
Mortality, Reproducibility and the Persistence of Styles of Theory - J Pfeffer
Fear and Loathing in Organization Studies - J Van Maanen
Who is Afraid of Incommensurability? - B Czarniawska
Relativity Without Relativism - C Hardy and S Clegg
Reflexivity in Post-Paradigm Organization Studies
Theory Construction as Disciplined Reflexivity - K Weick
Trade-offs in the 90s
PART SIXTEEN: PARADIGMS FOR NEW ORGANIZATION FORMS
New Organizational Forms - W V Heydebrand
Colossal Immodesties and Hopeful Monsters - P Du Gay
Pluralism and Organisational Conduct
The Future, Disposable Organizations, and the Rigidities of Imagination - J G March
Electronic Communication and Changing Organizational Forms - J Fulk and G De Sanctis
Towards the Flexible Form - H W Volberda
How to Remain Vital in Hypercompetitive Environments
The Coevolution of New Organizational Forms - A Y Lewin, C P Long and T N Carroll
Inovative Forms of Organising in Europe and Japan - A Pettigrew, S Massini and T Numagami
Management Paradigms for the New Millennium - T Clarke and S Clegg

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