This book provides an exploration of emerging trends and new perspectives on power and influence in organizations.
Each contributor provides an overview of general trends, and thoughts about the direction of future research. Topics examined include: manipulation of employee perceptions and values; links between power and accountability; sharing power; the effects of gender on power and influence; illusions of influence; and impression management.
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Table of ContentsIntroduction - Roderick M Kramer and Margaret A NealeIllusions of Influence - Jeffrey Pfeffer and Robert B CialdiniSimmelian Ties - David Krackhardt Super Strong and StickySticky Ties and Bad Attitudes - Kathleen L Valley and Tracy A Thompson Relational and Individual Bases of Resistance to Change in Organizational StructurePolitical Alignments in Organizations - Samuel B Bacharach and Edward J Lawler Contextualization, Mobilization and CoordinationThe Power of Resistance - Blake E Ashforth and Fred A Mael Sustaining Valued IdentitiesLosing Our Religion - Philip E Tetlock On the Precariousness of Precise Normative Standards in Complex Accountability SystemsUnder the Influence? Organizational Paranoia and the Misperception of Others' Influence Behavior - Roderick M Kramer and Benjamin A HannaSome Ethical Aspects of the Social Psychology of Social Influence - David M Messick and Rafal K OhmeTwo Faces of the Powerless - Robert J Bies and Thomas M Tripp Coping with Tyranny in OrganizationsPersonality Correlates of Structural Holes - Ronald S BurtThe Psychology of Authority Relations - Tom R Tyler A Relational Perspective on Influence and Power in GroupsUses and Misuses of Power in Task-Performing Teams - Ruth Wageman and Elizabeth A MannixTo Be or Not To Be (Self-Promoting) - Laurie A Rudman The Consequences of Counterstereotypical Impression ManagementWomen and Power - Joanne Martin and Debra Meyerson Conformity, Resistance, and Disorganized CoactionChampioning Charged Issues - Susan J Ashford The Case of Gender Equity within Organizations