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Management Knowledge and the New Employee.

Author: Chris Carter
Publisher: Taylor and Francis, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Hodgson and Carter present a volume that contributes to the ongoing debate in Knowledge Management. They develop themes explored in Roy Jacques' influential text, Manufacturing the Employee, as a starting point the authors consider the status of contemporary management knowledge. They do this from a range of theoretical positions that draw key implications for both research and teaching. The volume hosts an array  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Carter
ISBN: 1351153439 9781351153430
OCLC Number: 1013732229
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures and Tables; List of Contributors; 1. Critical Approaches to the Conceptualization of Management Knowledge: Reconsidering Jacques; 2. Historical Perspectives in Organization Studies: Factual, Narrative, and Archaeo-Genealogical; 3. Deconstructing the Employee: A Critique of the Gendered American Dream; 4. Feminist Organizational Analysis and the Business Textbook; 5. Ending the Velvet Revolution: Managing the Re-Education of Vaclav Havel; 6. Problematizing Discourse Analysis: Can We Talk About Management Knowledge? 7. Explanatory Critique, Capitalism and Feasible Alternatives: A Realist Assessment of Jacques' Manufacturing the Employee8. Japan as Institutional Counterfactual: Knowledge, Learning and Power; 9. 'He Came, He Saw, He Re-engineered': New Managerialism and the Legitimation of Modern Management Practice; 10. 'Plus Ã#x87;a Change ... ': Enforced Change and its Influence on Employees' Assumptions; 11. Contesting Critical Strategies for the New Millennium: A Conversation with Roy Jacques; Index.

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"Hodgson and Carter present a volume that contributes to the ongoing debate in Knowledge Management. They develop themes explored in Roy Jacques' influential text, Manufacturing the Employee, as a starting point the authors consider the status of contemporary management knowledge. They do this from a range of theoretical positions that draw key implications for both research and teaching. The volume hosts an array of eminent scholars in the field. The collection explores, and at times takes issue with, the increasing influence of post-structuralist thought on our understanding of the nature of management knowledge, and draws key implications for both research and teaching. The various chapters consider the nature of management knowledge from perspectives as diverse as management history, discourse analysis, gender, post-structuralism, social construction, neo-institutionalism, and critical realism."--Provided by publisher.

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