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Into the 20th Year Incoming Editor's Message
The author expresses his commitment to maintain the standard of the journal "Management Communication Quarterly" as he assumed his task as editor during the 20th anniversary of the publication. He pledged to observe high ...
The Therapeutic Corporation
No abstract available.
Toward a Philosophical Orientation on Control
No abstract available.
Self-Directed Teams at XEL: Changes in Communication Practices during a Program of Cultural Transformation
Reports findings from an ongoing ethnographic research project at XEL Communications in Denver, CO, a telecommunications manufacturing company that changed its operations from a traditionally structured hierarchy to ...
The Concept and the Practices of Discipline in Contemporary Organizational Life
Assesses the utility of Michel Foucault's perspective on discipline for organizational analysis. It is argued that Foucault's work extends Max Weber's thesis on rationalization in advanced industrial society. From this ...
The Firm as a Collaborative Community. Charles Heckscher and Paul S. Adler, eds
(SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 2007-06)
The Firm as a Collaborative Community, edited by Charles Heckscher and Paul S Adler, is reviewed.
The Firm as a Collaborative Community
(Administrative Science Quarterly, 2007-06)
The article reviews the book "The Firm as a Collaborative Community," edited by Charles Heckscher and Paul S. Adler.
The article throws light on the author's encounter with Stewart Clegg, a scholar, via Frameworks of Power in a graduate seminar. It also presents a forum that introduces readers to the influence of Clegg for further expansion ...
The article discusses significance of having a forum on spirituality and scholarship. The author starts with "the problem of modernity." When organizational scholars use this phrase during discussions with one another, ...
Science and technology development and the depoliticization of the public space
(Emerald Group Publishing, Limited, 2011)
Purpose - The authors aim to review a five-year multi-study research programme on the role of public dialogue in the social and cultural sustainability of biotechnology developments in New Zealand. Design/methodology/approach ...