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'Already a classic in its field, Managing and Organizations’ success among teachers and students reflects its comprehensiveness and accuracy. A great handbook from which to teach management’ - Dr Jose Bento da Silva, University of Warwick
A realist's guide to management, the authors capture the complex life of organizations, providing not only an account of theories, but also an introduction to their practice with examples from everyday life and culture discussing the key themes and debates along the way.
Intended as a 'travel guide' to the world of management, the content contains reliable maps of the terrain, critical viewpoints, with ways forward outlined, and an exploration of the nooks, crannies and byways whilst still observing the main thoroughfares. This is a resource that will help navigate this world, encouraging the reader to explore not only the new, exciting and brilliant aspects, but also some dark sides as well.
The new edition includes:
- A new chapter on "Organizational Conflict"
- Revised case studies examining key organizational issues and exploring diverse scenarios.
- Even more examples and cases throughout covering the most current examples from the business world – e.g. Airbnb, Uber, Spotify.
- A free interactive e Book* featuring author videos, web-links to news articles and Ted Talks, multiple choice questions, flashcards, SAGE journal articles and other relevant links, allowing access on the go and encouraging learning and retention whatever the reading or learning style.
Suitable for students studying Organisational Behaviour, Managing People in Organisations and Introductory Management courses taking an Organisational Behaviour slant.
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|Edition description:||Third Edition|
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About the Author
Stewart Clegg is a prolific publisher of several hundred articles in leading academic journals in strategy, social science, management and organization theory; is also the author and editor of about fifty books, as well as a Fellow of the British Academy of Social Sciences, a Distinguished Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, and the recipient of significant awards from the American Academy of Management for his contributions to management theory and practice.
Martin Kornberger received his Ph D form the University of Vienna in 2002. Currently he works as full time Visiting Professor at the Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School. Trained as philosopher, he researches and teaches about practices of organizing, strategizing, accounting, and marketing, and explores how they shape, and are shaped by, the economy and society at large.
Table of Contents
IntroductionPART ONE: Managing People in OrganizationsChapter 1: Managing and Organizations in Changing ContextsChapter 2: Managing SensemakingChapter 3: Managing IndividualsChapter 4: Managing Teams and GroupsChapter 5: Managing Leading, Coaching, and MotivatingChapter 6: Managing Human ResourcesPART TWO: Managing Organizational PracticesChapter 7: Managing CulturesChapter 8: Managing ConflictChapter 9: Managing Power, Politics, and Decision-Making in OrganizationsChapter 10: Managing CommunicationsChapter 11: Managing Knowledge and LearningChapter 12: Managing Innovation and ChangeChapter 13: Managing Social Responsibilty EthicallyPART THREE: Managing Organizational Structures and ProcessesChapter 14: Managing BureaucracyChapter 15: Managing Beyond BureaucracyChapter 16: Managing Organizational DesignChapter 17: Managing Globalization