Stephen Fineman, Yiannis Gabriel and David Sims

Pub Date: 11-2008

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Stephen Fineman, Yiannis Gabriel and David Sims
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Chapter 1

Currie, G., & Brown, A. D. 2003. A narratological approach to understanding processes of organizing in a UK hospital.
Human Relations, 56(5): 563-586.

Gherardi, Silvia. 1999. Learning as problem-driven or learning in the face of mystery? Organizational Studies, 20(1): 101-1024.
Hatch, Mary Jo. 1999. Exploring the empty spaces of organizing: How improvisational jazz helps redescribe organizational structure.
Organizational Studies, 20(1): 75-100.
Vince, R. 2002. Organizing reflection.
Management Learning, 33(1): 63-78.

Chapter 2

Bozionelos, N. (2005). "When the inferior candidate is offered the job: The selection interview as a political and power game."
Human Relations 58(12): 1605-1631.

Feldman, D. C. and T. W. H. Ng (2007). "Careers: Mobility, Embeddedness, and Success." Journal of Management 33(3): 350-377.

Schein, E. H. (2004). "Learning when and how to lie: A neglected aspect of organizational and occupational socialization (Introduction by Hugh Gunz and Paul Willman)."
Human Relations 57(3): 259-273.

Sullivan, S. E., D. F. Martin, et al. (2003). "The Road Less Traveled: How to Manage the Recycling Career Stage."
Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies 10(2): 34-42

Chapter 3

Gray, David E (2007) Facilitating Management Learning: Developing Critical Reflection Through Reflective Tools.
Management Learning, 38: 495-517

Brookfield, Stephen D., Kalliath, Thomas, Laiken, Marilyn (2006) Exploring the Connections between Adult and Management Education.
Journal of Management Education, 30. 828-839

Cortese, Claudio G. (2005) Learning through Teaching.
Management Learning. 36: 87-115

Tight, Malcolm (2000) Critical Perspectives on Management Learning: A View from Adult/Continuing/Lifelong Education.
Management Learning. 31: 103-119

Chapter 4

Ambrose, M. L. and C. T. Kulik (1999). "Old Friends, New Faces: Motivation Research in the 1990s."
Journal of Management 25(3): 231-292.

Carlisle, Y. M. and D. J. Manning (1994). "The Concept of Ideology and Work Motivation."
Organization Studies 15(5): 683-703.

Neher, A. (1991). "Maslow's Theory of Motivation: A Critique."
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 31(3): 89-112.

Watson, T. J. (1996). "Motivation: That's Maslow, isn't it?"
Management Learning 27(4): 447-464.

Chapter 5

Courpasson, D., & Reed, M. 2004. Introduction: Bureaucracy in the age of enterprise. Organization, 11(1): 5-12.

Du Gay, P. 2008. 'Without Affection or Enthusiasm' problems of involvement and attachment in 'Responsive' public management.
Organization, 15(3): 335-353.

Korczynski, M. 2004. Back-office service work: bureaucracy challenged?
Work Employment and Society, 18(1): 97-114.

Menzies, Isabel. 1960. A Case Study in Functioning of Social Systems as a Defence Against Anxiety.
Human Relations, 13: 95-121.

Chapter 6

Baldry, C. 1999. 'Space - The final frontier'.
Sociology-the Journal of the British Sociological Association, 33(3): 535-553.

Gabriel, Yiannis. 2005. Glass cages and glass palaces: Images of organizations in image-conscious times.
Organization, 12(1): 9-27.

Jones, Paul R. 2006. The sociology of architecture and the politics of building: The discursive construction of ground zero.
Sociology-the Journal of the British Sociological Association, 40(3): 549-565.

Kornberger, M., & Clegg, S. R. 2004. Bringing space back in: Organizing the generative building.
Organization Studies, 25(7): 1095-1114.

Chapter 7

Buchanan, David A., Addicott, Rachael, Fitzgerald, Louise, Ferlie, Ewan, Baeza, Juan I. (2007). Nobody in charge: Distributed change agency in healthcare.
Human Relations. 60: 1065-1090

Bell, Bradford S., Kozlowski, Steve W. J. (2002). A Typology of Virtual Teams: Implications for Effective Leadership.
Group Organization Management. 27: 14-49

Clarke, Martin (2006). A Study of the Role of 'Representative' Leadership in Stimulating Organization Democracy.
Leadership. 2: 427-450

James, Kim Turnbull, Mann, Jasbir, Creasy, Jane (2007). Leaders as Lead Learners: A Case Example of Facilitating Collaborative Leadership Learning for School Leaders.
Management Learning. 38: 79-94

Chapter 8

Ferris, G. R., D. B. Fedor, et al. (1989). "Myths and Politics in Organizational Contexts."
Group Organization Management 14(1): 83-103.

McNary, L. D. (2003). "The Term "Win-Win" in Conflict Management: A Classic Case of Misuse and Overuse."
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Wall, J. A., Jr. and R. R. Callister (1995). "Conflict and Its Management."
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West, C. (1982). "Why Can't a Woman be More Like a Man?: An Interactional Note on Organizational Game-Playing for Managerial Women."
Work and Occupations 9(1): 5-29.

Chapter 9

Ailon, G. (2006). "What B Would Otherwise Do: A Critique of Conceptualizations of 'Power' in Organizational Theory."
Organization 13(6): 771-800.

Greve, H. R. and H. Mitsuhashi (2007). "Power and Glory: Concentrated Power in Top Management Teams."
Organization Studies 28(8): 1197-1221.

Hajer, M. A. (2005). "Setting the Stage: A Dramaturgy of Policy Deliberation."
Administration and Society 36(6): 624-647.

Rosen, M. (1985). "Breakfast at Spiro's: Dramaturgy and Dominance."
Journal of Management 11(2): 31-48.

Chapter 10

Brown, J. S., & Duguid, P. 2002. Local knowledge - Innovation in the networked age.
Management Learning, 33(4): 427-437.

Wenger, Etienne. 2000. Communities of practice and social learning systems.
Organization, 7(2): 225-246.

Simpson, Ruth, French, Robert, & Vince, Russ. 2000. The upside of the downside - How utilizing defensive dynamics can support learning in groups.
Management Learning, 31(4): 457-470.

Van der Vegt, G. S., & Janssen, O. 2003. Joint impact of interdependence and group diversity on innovation.
Journal of Management, 29(5): 729-751.

Chapter 11

Chang, Shanton, Tharenou, Phyllis (2004). Competencies Needed for Managing a Multicultural Workgroup.
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources. 42: 57-74

Chrobot-Mason, Donna (2004). Managing Racial Differences: The Role of Majority Managers' Ethnic Identity Development on Minority Employee Perceptions of Support.
Group Organization Management. 29: 5-31

Ng, Eddy S.W. (2008). Why Organizations Choose to Manage Diversity? Toward a Leadership-Based Theoretical Framework.
Human Resource Development Review. 7: 58-78

Zane, Nancie C. (2002). The Glass Ceiling is the Floor My Boss Walks on: Leadership Challenges in Managing Diversity.
Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. 38: 334-354

Chapter 12

Barker, R. A. (2002). "An examination of organizational ethics."
Human Relations 55(9): 1097-1116.

Chamberlain, L. J., M. Crowley, et al. (2008). "Sexual Harassment in Organizational Context."
Work and Occupations 35(3): 262-295.

Gini, A. (2004). "Business, Ethics, and Leadership in a Post Enron Era."
Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies 11(1): 9-15.

Rothschild, J. and T. D. Miethe (1999). "Whistle-Blower Disclosures and Management Retaliation: The Battle to Control Information about Organization Corruption."
Work and Occupations 26(1): 107-128.

Chapter 13

Etzion, D. (2007). "Research on Organizations and the Natural Environment, 1992-Present: A Review."
Journal of Management 33(4): 637-664.

Fineman, S. (2001). "Fashioning the Environment."
Organization 8(1): 17-31.

Hood, C. and H. Rothstein (2001). "Risk Regulation Under Pressure: Problem Solving or Blame Shifting?"
Administration and Society 33(1): 21-53.

Roome, N. and F. Wijen (2006). "Stakeholder Power and Organizational Learning in Corporate Environmental Management."
Organization Studies 27(2): 235-263.

Chapter 14

Brocklehurst, M. 2001. Power, identity and new technology homework: Implications for 'new forms' of organizing.
Organization Studies, 22(3): 445-466.

Gabriel, Yiannis. 2008. Essai: Against the tyranny of PowerPoint - Technology-in-use and technology abuse.
Organization Studies, 29(2): 255-276.

Spicer, Andre. 2005. The political process of inscribing a new technology.
Human Relations, 58(7): 867-890.

Chapter 15

Bartunek, J. M., & Moch, M. K. 1987. First-Order, Second-Order, and Third-Order Change and Organization Development Interventions: A Cognitive Approach.
Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 23(4): 483-500.

Swan, J., Scarbrough, H., & Robertson, M. 2002. The construction of 'communities of practice' in the management of innovation.
Management Learning, 33(4): 477-496.

Sorge, Arndt and van Witteloostuijn, Arjen, 2004. The (Non)Sense of Organizational Change: An Essay about Universal Management Hypes, Sick Consultancy Metaphors, and Healthy Organization Theories.
Organization Studies, Sept vol. 25: pp. 1205-1231

Caldwell, Raymond 2005. Things fall apart? Discourses on agency and change in organizations.
Human Relations, Jan; vol. 58: pp. 83-114

Chapter 16

Boudens, C. J. (2005). "The Story of Work: A Narrative Analysis of Workplace Emotion."
Organization Studies 26(9): 1285-1306.

Fineman, S. (2004). "Getting the Measure of Emotion - and the Cautionary Tale of Emotional Intelligence."
Human Relations 57(6): 719-740.

Taylor, S. and M. Tyler (2000). "Emotional Labour and Sexual Difference in the Airline Industry."
Work Employment Society 14(1): 77-95.

Mano, Rita & Gabriel, Yiannis 2006. Workplace romances in cold and hot organizational climates: The experience of Israel and Taiwan.
Human Relations, January; vol. 59(1), pp. 7-35.

Elsesser, Kim, Peplau, Letitia Anne 2006 . The glass partition: Obstacles to cross-sex friendships at work.
Human Relations, Aug 2006; vol. 59: pp. 1077-1100

Brewis, Joanna 2005. Signing My Life Away? Researching Sex and Organization
Organization, Jul; vol. 12: pp. 493-510

Alvesson, Mats, 1998. Gender Relations and Identity at Work: A Case Study of Masculinities and Femininities in an Advertising Agency.
Human Relations, Aug; vol. 51: pp. 969-1005

Chapter 18

Cooper, C. (2008). Elucidating the bonds of workplace humor: a relational process model.
Human Relations. 61: 1087-1115.

Grugulis, I. (2002). Nothing serious? Candidates' use of humour in management training.
Human Relations. 55: 387-406.

Schnurr, S. (2008). Surviving in a man's world with a sense of humour: an analysis of women leaders' use of humour at work.
Leadership. 4: 299-319.

Taylor, P. and Bain, P. (2003). Subterranean worksick blues: humour as subversion in two call centres.
Organization Studies, 24: 1487-1509.

Chapter 19

Kasper-Fuehrera, Eva C., Ashkanasy, Neal M. (2001). Communicating trustworthiness and building trust in interorganizational virtual organizations.
Journal of Management. 27: 235-254

Aubert, Benoit A., Kelsey, Barbara L. (2003). Further Understanding of Trust and Performance in Virtual Teams.
Small Group Research. 34: 575-618

Knights, David, Noble, Faith, Vurdubakis, Theo, Willmott, Hugh. (2001). Chasing Shadows: Control, Virtuality and the Production of Trust.
Organization Studies. 22: 311-336

Gillam, Catherine, Oppenheim, Charles. (2006). Review Article: Reviewing the impact of virtual teams in the information age.
Journal of Information Science. 32: 160-175

Chapter 20

Cox, T. H., & Nkomo, S. M. 1991. A Race and Gender-Group Analysis of the Early Career Experience of MBAs.
Work and Occupations, 18(4): 431-446.

Fenton, S., & Dermott, E. 2006. Fragmented careers? Winners and losers in young adult labour markets.
Work Employment and Society, 20(2): 205-221.

Fournier, Valerie. 1997. Graduates' construction systems and career development.
Human Relations, 50(4): 363-391.

Platman, K. 2004. 'Portfolio careers' and the search for flexibility in later life.
Work Employment and Society, 18(3): 573-599.

Chapter 21

Korczynski, Marek. 2003. Communities of coping: Collective emotional labour in service work.
Organization, 10(1): 55-79.

Stein, Mark. 2007. Toxicity and the unconscious experience of the body at the employee-customer interface.
Organization Studies, 28(8): 1223-1241.

Sturdy, Andrew. 1998. Customer care in a consumer society: Smiling and sometimes meaning it?
Organization, 5(1): 27-53.

Taylor, P., & Bain, P. 2005. 'India calling to the far away towns': the call centre labour process and globalization.
Work Employment and Society, 19(2): 261-282.

Chapter 22

Lyon, D., & Woodward, A. E. 2004. Gender and time at the top cultural constructions of time in high-level careers and homes.
European Journal of Womens Studies, 11(2): 205-221.

Watson, T. J. 2008. Managing identity: Identity work, personal predicaments and structural circumstances.
Organization, 15(1): 121-143.

Furnhaml, A., & Rose, M. 1987. Alternative Ethics - the Relationship between the Wealth, Welfare, Work, and Leisure Ethic.
Human Relations, 40(9): 561-574.

Harpaz, I., & Snir, R. 2003. Workaholism: Its definition and nature.
Human Relations, 56(3): 291-319.