Postcolonial Theory And Organizational Analysis

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Overview

This book takes up a question that has rarely been raised in the field of management: “Could modern Western colonialism have important implications for the practices and theories that inform management and organizations?” Employing the framework of postcolonial theory, an international group of scholars addresses this question, and offers remarkable insights about the implications of the colonial encounter for management. Wide-ranging in scope, the book covers major topics like cross-cultural management, control and resistance, corporate culture, the discourse of exoticization in museums and tourism, and stakeholder issues, and sheds new light on the troubling legacy of colonialism.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312294052
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 5/1/2003
  • Edition description: REV
  • Pages: 328
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.87 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction
• The Gaze of the Other: Postcolonial Theory and Organizational Analysis—Anshuman Prasad
Part II: Postcolonial Engagements with Management and Organization Theory
• Toward a Postcolonial Reading of Organizational Control—Raza A. Mir, Ali Mir & Punya Upadhyaya
• Managing Organizational Culture and Imperialism—Bill Cooke
• The Empire of Organizations and the Organization of Empires: Postcolonial Considerations on Theorizing Workplace Resistance—Anshuman Prasad & Pushkala Prasad
• Decolonizing and Re-Presenting Culture's Consequences: A Postcolonial Critique of Cross-Cultural Studies in Management—Dennis Kwek
Part III: Current Issues and Empirical Investigations
• The Returban of the Native: Organizational Discourses and the Legacy of the Ethnographic Imagination—Pushkala Prasad
• Reading the Rhetoric of Otherness in the Discourse of Business and Economics: Towards a Postdisciplinary Practice—Esther Priyadharshini
• Accounting for the Banal: Financial Techniques as Softwares of Colonialism—Dean Neu
• Asserting Possibilities of Resistance in the Cross-Cultural Teaching Machine: Re-Viewing Videos of Others—Gavin Jack & Anna Lorbiecki
• From the Colonial Enterprise to Enterprise Systems: Parallels between Colonization and Globalization—Abhijit Gopal, Robert Wills and Yasmin Gopal
• The Practice of Stakeholder Colonialism: National Interest and Colonial Discourses in the Management of Indigenous Stakeholders—Subhabrata Bobby Bannerjee
Part IV: Conclusion
• The Postcolonial Imagination—Anshuman Prasad & Pushkala Prasad

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