Rhythms of Academic Life: Personal Accounts of Careers in Academia / Edition 1

Rhythms of Academic Life: Personal Accounts of Careers in Academia / Edition 1

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by Peter J. Frost
     
 

This invaluable source book offers guidance, support and advice for those contemplating or involved in academic careers. The contributions provide rich, personal, sometimes poignant and often humorous accounts of shared and unique experiences of those in the world of academia.See more details below

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This invaluable source book offers guidance, support and advice for those contemplating or involved in academic careers. The contributions provide rich, personal, sometimes poignant and often humorous accounts of shared and unique experiences of those in the world of academia.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780803972636
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
07/16/1996
Series:
Foundations for Organizational Science Series, #4
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
536
Sales rank:
1,057,052
Product dimensions:
7.44(w) x 9.69(h) x 1.08(d)

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Table of Contents

Introduction
PART ONE: CAREER RHYTHMS: FIVE EXEMPLARS
Lessons Learned along the Way - Arthur G Bedeian
Twelve Suggestions for Optimizing Career Success
On Becoming a Scholar - Joan V Gallos
One Woman's Journey
Rhythms of an Academic's Life - Miriam Erez
Crossing Cultural Borders
Transitions - Vance F Mitchell
Creating a Career - Stewart Clegg in conversation with John M Jermier
Observations from outside the Mainstream
PART TWO: EARLY RHYTHMS
Becoming a Teacher
Becoming a Teacher at a Research University - Christina E Shalley
On Learning Why I Became a Teacher - John A Miller
Research/Teaching Boundaries - Walter R Nord
Teaching as an Act of Scholarship - Stella M Nkomo
Doing Research and Getting Published
Using Programmatic Research to Build a Grounded Theory - Edwin A Locke
Developing Programmatic Research - Mats Alvesson
The Publishing Process - Susan J Ashford
A Struggle for Meaning
Getting Published - Kevin R Murphy
Revising and Resubmitting - J Keith Murnighan
Author Emotions, Editor Roles, and the Value of Dialogue
Working with Doctoral Students
The Development of Doctoral Students - Larry L Cummings
Substantive and Emotional Perspectives
Working with Doctoral Students - Susan J Ashford
Reflections on Doctoral Work Past and Present
Mentoring Relationships - Linn Van Dyne
A Comparison of Experiences in Business and Academia
Transitions and Turning Points in Faculty-Doctoral Student Relationships - Roderick M Kramer and Joanne Martin
Getting Tenure
Getting Tenure - Marilyn E Gist
Rounding Corners - Toni C King
An African-American Female Scholar's Pretenure Experiences
Pause Point 1: Integration of Work and Nonwork Lives
Thoughts on Integrating Your Work and Personal Life (and the Limits of Advice) - James P Walsh
Holding It All Together - Marcy Crary
PART THREE: MIDDLE RHYTHMS: TRADITIONAL PATHS
Working Collaboratively
Working Together - C R Hinings and Royston Greenwood
Growing a Personal, Professional Collaboration - Jane E Dutton, Jean M Bartunek and Connie J G Gersick
Three Voices Reflecting on Scholarly Career Journeys with International Collaboration - James G (Jerry) Hunt, Arja Ropo and Päivi Eriksson
Becoming a Reviewer
Becoming a Reviewer - Elaine Romanelli
Lessons Somewhat Painfully Learned
The Act of Reviewing and Being a Reviewer - Huseyin Leblebici
Balls, Strikes, and Collisions on the Base Path - Alan D Meyer
Ruminations of a Veteran Reviewer
Becoming a Journal Editor
Becoming a Journal Editor - Janice M Beyer
Work as a Parade of Decision Letters - Robert I Sutton
Pleasures and Burdens of Being an Associate Editor at the Administrative Science Quarterly
Becoming a Department Chair and an Administrator
Alice in Academia - Nancy K Napier
The Department Chairman Role from Both Sides of the Mirror
Herding Cats Part Deux - Cynthia V Fukami
The Hygiene Factor
Becoming an Administrator - Allan R Cohen
The Education of an Educator
Becoming a Full Professor
On Becoming a Professor - Ray V Montagno
Becoming a Full Professor - Sara L Rynes
Pause Point 2: The Overenriched Work Life
Dealing with the Overenriched Work Life - Susan E Jackson
PART FOUR: MIDDLE RHYTHMS: NONTRADITIONAL PATHS
Working as a Consultant
Midlife as a Consultant - Philip H Mirvis
Working as a Consultant - Mary Ann Von Glinow
Academic Imprimatur or Taboo?
Developing Innovative Teaching Materials
Rhythms of an Academic Life - Robert D Marx
Reflections on Championing an Innovation in Academe - David A Whetten
The Case of Management Skill Education
Working inside the University
Breaking Out, inside the University - Judy D Olian
WORKING WITH POLICY MAKERS
Working with Policy Makers - Paul R Sackett
Pause Point 3: Another Look at Integrating Work and Nonwork Lives
Confronting the Tensions in an Academic Career - Robert E Quinn, Regina M O'Neill and Gelaye Debebe
Professional and Personal Life - Anne Sigismund Huff
PART FIVE: RHYTHMS OF RENEWAL
Taking a Sabbatical
What's Next after 10 Years as Dean? Reflections of a Reemerging Professor - André L Delbecq
A Sabbatical Journey - Meryl Reis Louis
Toward Personal and Professional Renewal
PART SIX: RHYTHMS OF THE FIELD
A Look at the Future
Business Schools in Transition - Raymond E Miles
A Brief History of Business Education
The External and Institutional Context of Business Higher Education - William H Mobley
The Changing Role of the Business School's Environment - Robert B Duncan
The Threat-Rigidity Response Is Real
Business Schools in Transition - Marcia P Miceli
An Associate Dean's Perspective
Stakeholders and You - Janet P Near
Embracing Change - James P Walsh
We Get By with a Lot of Help from Our Friends
Commentary - Peter J Frost and M Susan Taylor
Conclusion

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