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Author:
Stewart R. Clegg
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978-1588112088
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158811208X
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John Benjamins Publishing Company (June 7, 2002)
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Management & Leadership
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In the future, organization studies will be the study of paradox, how to understand it, how to use i. n this book of original contributions addressed to management and organization paradoxes the authors address the new state of the field in terms of representations representing paradoxes and materialisations materialising paradoxes.

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This text on management and organization paradoxes includes contemporary work in comparative management and intercultural comparison, studies of organizational culture and communication and aesthetics, as well as in the area of interorganizational collaboration - strategic alliances, joint ventures, networks and collaborations of all kinds, where comparative, intercultural and communicative issues have an especial salience. Purely theoretical as well as empirically based studies are included. Categories: Education.

In this book, the relation between architecture, management, and organization theory is explored. Stewart Clegg is Professor at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia

In this book, the relation between architecture, management, and organization theory is explored. By looking at processes of organizing from a spatial perspective. Stewart Clegg is Professor at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Martin Kornberger is Professor at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Series: Advances in Organization Studies (Book 17). Paperback: 304 pages. Publisher: Copenhagen Business School Press (February 1, 2006).

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Paradox, as contradictory yet interrelated opposites that exist simultaneously and persist over time, can be qualified as a successful area of study

Paradox, as contradictory yet interrelated opposites that exist simultaneously and persist over time, can be qualified as a successful area of study. Yet success, however sweet, may come at a price, namely, premature convergence on theoretical concepts, overconfidence in dominant explanations, and institutionalizing labels that protect dominant logics.

Management Organization Paradoxes. Ethics in Value Theory, Miscellaneous.

Contradictions, dialectics, and paradoxes in organizations: A constitutive approach. Academy of Management Annals, 10(1). Schad, . Lewis, . Raisch, . & Smith, W. 2016.

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Paradox ― the simultaneous existence of two inconsistent states ― has become orthodox. The orthodox is now the paradox. The orthodox world of ordering, controlling and organizing is increasingly opposed to a normalizing world of disordering, disrupting and disorganizing. And organization studies cannot avoid changing its conceptions of reality as that reality changes. In the future, organization studies will be the study of paradox, how to understand it, how to use it.In this book of original contributions addressed to management and organization paradoxes the authors address the new state of the field in terms of representations ― representing paradoxes ― and materialisations ― materialising paradoxes. The themes ― although varied, ranging from dialectics to internal tensions; from collaborations to ethics and value conflicts; from resistant labourers and wharfies to cartoon characters such as The Simpsons; from the irrationalities of finance to the psychoanalytic rationalities of auditing, and from issues of governance in Asian and international business to the composition of the new knowledge work force in the business professions ― cohere around core aspects of paradoxicality.Overall, the contributions to Management and Organization Paradoxes are diverse and challenging. Each contribution takes a different angle on the central theme. All of the chapters illuminate diverse aspects of contemporary paradoxes in management and organization theory. The book provides, in each of its chapters, a challenge to the still overwhelmingly rationalist views of theory and practice that dominate the field and provides new directions for understanding organizations and management.The contributors are drawn from leading European, Australian and Latin American contributors.