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by Stewart R Clegg,Gill Palmer


The Politics of Management Knowledge epub

ISBN: 0803979347

ISBN13: 978-0803979345

Author: Stewart R Clegg,Gill Palmer

Category: Business books

Subcategory: Management & Leadership

Language: English

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; 1 edition (December 4, 1996)

Pages: 256 pages

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The book recognizes the political nature of management knowledge as a discourse produced from, and reproducing, power processes within and between organizations.

The book recognizes the political nature of management knowledge as a discourse produced from, and reproducing, power processes within and between organizations. This theme underpins discussion of the ways in which management ideas and practices & managers of a particular kind - person of enterprise, bureaucrat, heroic leader and so on. Critical examinations of certain current management theories - lean production, excellence, entrepreneurship - illuminate the myriad modes in which relations of power intermingle with relations of knowledge.

The notion that management knowledge is universal, culture-neutral, readily transferable to any country or situation, has come under mounting challenge. The book recognizes the political nature of management knowledge as a discourse produced from, and reproducing, power processes within and between organizations. This theme underpins discussion of the ways in which management ideas and practices produce' managers of a particular kind - person of enterprise, bureaucrat, heroic leader and so on.

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The book recognizes the political nature of management knowledge as a discourse produced from, and reproducing, power processes within and between organizations

The book recognizes the political nature of management knowledge as a discourse produced from, and reproducing, power processes within and between organizations.

The Politics of Management Kwledge goes beyond such 'broad-brush' . Stewart Clegg is a prolific publisher of several hundred articles in leading.

The Politics of Management Kwledge goes beyond such 'broad-brush' assertions to explore in detail the relations between management kwledge, power and practice in a world where globalization highlights, rather than obscures, the locally specific character of many management recipes. The book recognizes the political nature of management kwledge as a discourse produced from, and reproducing, power processes within and between organizations.

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Knowledge Engineering (KE) usually deals with representation and visualization challenges, sometimes socio or bio . Adm. Sci. Q. 43(4), 938–942 (1998)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Adm. 29. Dilnutt, . Knowledge management in practice: three contemporary case studies.

Unlike line management, middle management is considered to be a senior (or semi-executive) . Clegg, . Palmer, G. (ed. The Politics of Management Knowledge.

Unlike line management, middle management is considered to be a senior (or semi-executive) position as middle managers are authorised to speak and act on behalf of the organisation to line managers, junior staff and customers. Middle managers have a huge influence on an organisation’s development and success as they often have direct control over 80% of an organisation’s workforce. The Axeman Cometh: the changing role and knowledge of middle managers". Dopson, . Stewart, R. (1993).

The notion that management knowledge is universal, culture-neutral, readily transferable to any country or situation, has come under mounting challenge. The Politics of Management Knowledge goes beyond such `broad-brush′ assertions to explore in detail the relations between management knowledge, power and practice in a world where globalization highlights, rather than obscures, the locally specific character of many management recipes.

The book recognizes the political nature of management knowledge as a discourse produced from, and reproducing, power processes within and between organizations. This theme underpins discussion of the ways in which management ideas and practices `produce′ managers of a particular kind