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(p. 515) Index

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An italic t following a page number denotes a table.

AA1000 standard 337
3M 432
abandonment of practices 90, 257, 263t, 512
Abbe, E. 296
Abbott, A. 87, 443, 454
Abercrombie, N. 3
ABI/Inform Global 95
Abrahamson, E. 5, 25, 29, 30, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 44, 47, 48, 49, 51, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 62, 88, 95, 96, 109, 121, 123, 124, 126, 141, 145, 199, 251, 252, 253, 271, 273, 288t, 289, 290, 293, 297, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 314, 321, 323, 328, 343, 385, 411, 473, 481, 511
abstract management ideas 42, 47, 48, 49–53, 55, 60, 61, 62
dormancy and rebirth of 52–3
innovation and diffusion stage in 50–1
institutionalization of 52
academic gurus 221, 236
Academy of Management 6, 165, 478–9
Critical Management Studies Division 479
Organizations and Natural Environment (ONE) Division 429
Academy of Management Review 6
Accenture 144, 330
accounting 143, 145
institutionalization of management ideas in 320, 321, 324, 325–6, 327–8, 329–31
standards in 344
Accounting, Organizations and Society 162
accreditations 166–7, 172
Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) 312
Achmea 280
Ackroyd, S. 355, 360, 443
activist inquiry 481–8, 489
SheepMilkNZ activist project 485–8
university as locale for 482–5
Activity Based Costing (ABC) 2
actor-based system of management ideas 27
Actor-Network Theory (ANT) 70t, 74–5, 77, 82, 367
actualism 69, 70t, 74–5, 76, 77, 78t, 81
Adams, C. A. 97
Adams, D. 469
adaptation 34, 170, 177, 186, 252, 254, 264, 309
addition of local elements to ideas 131, 132
Adler, P. 2, 29, 47, 48, 51, 52, 53, 55, 57, 94, 278, 289, 291, 473, 474
Adler, R. W. 256, 257
adoption of management ideas 252–5, 262, 264, 308–9
fashion perspective 252, 253, 262, 263t
functional perspective 252, 253–4, 262, 263t
process perspective 252, 254–5, 262, 263t
symbolic adoption 186, 187, 309 see also re-adoption
Adorno, T. 461
advertising 320, 322
affordances, management techniques 113–14, 116
agency 252, 254
and structure 77, 80, 81
agency theory 380, 404
agile methods 258, 309
Aharoni, Y. 328
Aharonson, B. S. 239
Ailon-Souday, G. 47, 48, 49, 51, 288t, 289, 290
Ainamo, A. 196–7, 199
Ajzen, I. 3
Alaatta, T. 397
(p. 516) Alajoutsijärvi, K. 166
Alakavuklar, O. N. 475
Al-Amoudi, I. 82
Alänge, S. 34
Albertini, E. 107, 108
Alcadipani, R. 477
Alderson, W. 161
Aldrich, H. 188
Allen, A. 327
Allen, V. L. 357
Almond, P. 178, 187
alteration of management ideas 132
alternatives to management ideas 492–507
Altheide, D. L. 195, 200, 201
Altinkemer, K. 377, 378
Alvarez, J. L. 4, 143, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 240, 294, 397
Alvesson, M. 97, 142, 240, 355, 362, 496
ambiguity of ideas 312–13
Amdam, R. P. 294, 396
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) 325
Americanization 146, 167, 294
American Management Association 401
Amis, J. M. 273
amoeba management 258
Andersen, H. 130
Andersen, N. Å. 97
Anderson, M. 326
Anderson, P. 3
Anderson, R. 431, 433, 434, 437
Anderson Consulting 144
Anderson-Gough, F. 329
Anderssen, L. M. 431
Andreotti, A. 182
Ansari, S. 4, 9, 26, 34, 49, 54, 122, 169, 186, 199, 234, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 264, 272, 309, 312, 321, 428, 431, 432, 434
antitrust regulation 396–7
Antony, J. 126
Appelo, J. 258
Apple 170
appropriateness, logic of 235
approval 307–8
Aral, S. 209
Aravind, D. 251, 254, 321
Archer, M. S. 80, 82
archival data 90–1
Argyris, C. 3
Arkes, H. 400
Arloski, M. 466
Armbrüster, T. 113, 146, 148, 153
Armytage, W. H. G. 233
Arthur D. Little 171, 329
Arthur, J. B. 381, 382
Ashford, S. J. 188
Ashforth, B. E. 363
Ashny, R. W. 258
Ashridge Business School 171
Ashridge Consulting 171
Ashworth, R. 445
Asian countries 293
Asmussen, C. G. 179, 180
AT&T 327
Athos, A. G. 31, 221, 222
Atzeni, M. 505
audit culture 452
auditing, and codified management standards 348
Augier, M. 236
Austin, N. 220
Australia 147, 150, 357
autonomy 501, 502, 503, 504
Avadikyan, A. 341
Ayres, I. 345
Badham, R. 189
Badian, E. 393
Bain & Co 330
Bain, B. 328
Bain, P. 361, 365
Baker, J. K. 150
Bakker, A. B. 260
balanced scorecard 26, 106, 204, 240, 264
balance theory 58–9
Bales, R. F. 461
Bamanpour, F. 321
bandwagon effect 56, 306–7, 308, 309, 384
Banerjee, S. B. 295, 384, 483
Banner, D. K. 256
Bansal, P. 151, 237, 431, 439
Banuelas, R. 126
Barad, K. 69
Bardoel, J. 208
(p. 517) Bardon, T. 362, 367
Barker, J. R. 259
Barley, S. 2, 4, 29–30, 47, 48, 49, 51, 52, 88t, 94, 96, 187, 196, 223, 253, 287, 288t, 289, 356, 473
Barnett, W. P. 376, 384
Barney, J. 36, 377, 381, 385
Baron, J. N. 51, 91, 321
Bartlett, C. A. 179, 181
Barton, D. 151
Barzelay, M. 443, 445
Base of the Pyramid (BoP) network 429
Baskerville, R. L. 511, 512
Bateman, T. S. 431
Bates, B. 121, 123
Baxter, V. 466
BBC 144, 496
Beale, D. 357, 359
Beaverstock, J. V. 181, 182–3
Bechky, B. A. 72
Becker, B. E. 379
Becker, H. S. 88
Beck, N. 95, 96
Bedaux, C. 144
Beer, M. 4
Beeton, Mrs 462
Behnam, M. 348
Beirne, M. 357
Bélanger, J. 186
Bell, S. T. 107
benchmarking 94, 95, 104, 420
Benders, J. 2, 6, 10, 36, 48, 49, 54, 55, 58, 60, 71, 88t, 91–2, 95, 97, 121, 124, 125, 131, 143, 145, 233–4, 235, 236, 252, 255, 257, 271, 273, 274, 277, 279, 280, 281, 289, 290, 294, 297, 305, 312, 313, 339, 347, 348, 445, 498, 501
Bendix, R. 2, 5, 7, 46–7, 295, 394
Bennett, H. R. 463
Bensman, J. 355
Benson, J. K. 58
Benziger Family Winery 432–3, 435–6, 437
Berger, P. L. 123
Berggren, C. 278, 279
Bergh, D. D. 107, 198
Berglund, J. 114, 236
Bergquist, M. 208
Berle, A. 397, 398
Berlin, I. 502
Berners-Lee, T. 219
Bernstein, E. 258
Berrone, P. 438
Bessant, J. 144
Best, J. 201
best practices 106–8, 123, 147, 311, 346, 347
Bettis, R. A. 29
Beynon, H. 462
Bhaskar, R. 71, 76, 82
Bhattacherjee, A. 512
bibliometric research 87, 94–6
BIDS 95
Bidwell, M. J. 37
Bilodeau, B. 104, 330
Bingham, A. 310
Birken, S. A. 127
Birkinshaw, J. M. 2 4, 5, 9, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 54, 59, 61, 68, 126, 198, 251, 252, 254, 258
Björnberg, A. 428
Blackler, F. 4, 7
Blass, E. 170
Blau, P. M. 86
Blei, D. M. 96
Block, J. 435
Blockmans, W. 168
Bloom, N. 33
Bloomberg Businessweek 203
Bluedorn, A. C. 436
Blumer, H. 73
Blyth, M. 447
Bock, S. 147, 152
Bodrŏzić, Z. 2, 29, 47, 48, 51, 52, 53, 55, 57, 94, 289, 291, 473, 474
body, as site of management intervention 459, 465–7
Bogardus, E. S. 43, 44, 45, 46, 55, 58
Bogdanov, P. 96
Böhm, S. 394
Böhme, G. 469
Bohn, S. 309
Boiral, O. 309, 343, 345, 346, 348
Boltanski, L. 96, 197, 220, 403
Bommer, W. H. 128
Bonabeau, E. 256
Bort, S. 2, 9, 88t, 92, 235, 239, 312, 427
Boston Consulting Group (BCG) 144, 147, 327, 328, 329
Boström, M. 344
Botzem, S. 327
Bouckaert, G. 443, 445, 454
boundary objects 73, 241
boundary spanners 187–8
consultants as 141, 152
Boussebaa, M. 184, 404
Bowman, A. 448
Boxenbaum, E. 110, 126
Bradburn, E. M. 90
Braithwaite, B. 463
Braithwaite, J. 345
Brammer, S. 239
branding, organizational 418
brand management 32
Braverman, H. 224–5, 360, 394, 398
Brès, L. 151, 152
Brewis, J. 463
Brewster, C. 178
Bridgman, T. 286
Brigham, K. H. 430
Brindle, M. 217, 224, 225
Briscoe, J. A. 346
Britain see United Kingdom
British Steel 144
British Tube Industries 144
broadcast models 56–7
Brocklehurst, M. 238, 239
Bromley, P. 412, 413, 414, 419
Brown, A. 404
Browne, R. B. 312, 313
Brundtland Commission 428
Brunsson, N. 10, 124, 126, 130, 338, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 412, 419
Bryans, S. 404
Bryson, B. E. 233
Buchanan, D. 189, 444, 447, 450
Buckley, C. 460
Buddhism 293
Buenstorf, G. 296
Bukowski, W. M. 303, 304, 307
Bullock, P. 377
Bunch, J. 258
Burawoy, M. 355, 362, 365, 398, 475–6
Burbridge, J. L. 271
bureaucracy 462–3
Burns, L. R. 56, 90, 257, 411
Burns, T. 376
Burrows, R. 452
Burt, R. S. 436
business media 10, 53, 163, 164–5, 172, 195–215
as carriers and co-producers of management ideas 198–9
future research 210–11
gatekeeping role 195, 205
historical development of 196–8
impact on organizations 198
business media logics 195, 202–10
cultural-normative aspect 201, 202–5, 206t
economic aspect 201–2, 204–5, 207t
legitimacy of knowledge claims 202–5
media versus author-based legitimacy 203–4
objectivity and distance versus proximity 204–5
technological aspect 201, 202, 204–5, 206t
and technological convergence 208–10
business news 204, 206t, 208, 209
Business Periodicals Index 95
business process management 59
business process re-engineering (BPR) 2, 80–1, 95, 114, 143, 145, 204, 236, 253, 271, 272, 312
and performance 377, 378–9
business schools 6, 10, 29, 76, 146, 238, 239, 404, 417, 494, 496
European 160, 402, 403
rankings 167–8, 172
United Kingdom 161
United States 160, 161, 168, 295, 397, 399
business studies 159–76
alternatives to academic business studies 169–71
and consultancies 163, 164–5, 172
content of 161–2
future research 172
institutions of academic business studies 159–61, 172
and media 163, 164–5, 172
(p. 519) and practice, link between 163, 164–5, 172
as providers of ideas 162–5
scrutiny of
accreditation 166–7, 172
internationalization 165–6
rankings 167–8, 172
research evaluations 168
student exchanges 166 see also business schools
business sustainability 151
Business Week 167
Büthe, T. 327
Butler, N. 130, 481
Bylund, P. L. 287
Byrne, J. A. 146, 197, 221
Cabantous, L. 483
‘caffeine dose’ theory 253
Cahill, D. 444, 447
Calás, M. B. 477
Calhoun, M. A. 95
California Management Review 203
Callon, M. 129, 199, 254, 469
Calvinism 293
Campbell, D. T. 26, 31
Campbell, W. F. 232
Canato, A. 4
Cannell, B. 499
capitalism 146
corporate (American) 394, 396–7, 399, 400
crisis of 142, 151
financialization of 404, 406
populist 233
Carew, A. 394, 400, 401
Carlyle, J. 500–1
Carnegie Corporation 161
Carrillo, J. E. 382
Carroll, C. E. 240
Carroll, D. T. 220
Carroll, W. K. 182
Carson, P. P. 57, 95, 290, 357, 411, 420
Carstensen, M. B. 3
Carter, B. 281
Carter, P. 220
Cascio, W. F. 121
Case, P. 3, 8, 81, 143
case studies 87, 88t, 93–4, 164
Casper, S. 10
Cassidy, T. D. 463
Cassis, Y. 403
Casula Vifell, A. 344
Catholicism 293
causal mechanisms 80–1
Ceci, F. 72
Cederström, C. 466
CEOs (chief executive officers)
business school backgrounds 162
memoirs 165, 197
Çetin, D. 294
Chadwick, A. 205
Champy, J. 25, 145, 204
Chandler, A. 160, 397, 398
Chandler, R. A. 326
change
culture 357, 446
and identity of practices 264
management techniques and process of 114
organizational 4, 9
resistance to 128 see also technological change
change agents 30, 32, 327–8
change mechanisms 325–7
Chanlat, J.-F. 7
Chen, C. C. 198, 204
Chenhall, R. H. 104
Chen, M. 293
Chen, W. R. 258
Chhokar, J. S. 178
Chiapello, E. 96, 97, 197, 220
Child, J. 323
China 149
Choi, S. Y. 382
Chrisman, J. J. 437
Christensen, C. 150, 473
Christensen, T. 393, 404
Christian values 293
Chua, J. H. 430
Cillessen, A. H. N. 307
Cirnut, F. 310
citations 71, 95, 290
citizens, as consumers and co-producers of management ideas 239–40
civic professionalism 451, 454
(p. 520) civil service reform 89
clarity 68
Clark, H. 460
Clark, P. 287, 290
Clark, T. 10, 53, 54, 57, 71, 88t, 92, 93, 95, 141, 142, 162, 197, 203, 226, 227, 228, 238, 240, 290, 298, 304, 305, 311, 312, 323, 354
Clarke, J. 443, 444, 445, 446, 448, 449, 451, 454
Clegg, S. 122, 363, 403
climate change 152, 428–9
closed professions, institutionalization of management ideas in 320–1, 322, 323, 324, 325–6, 327–8, 329–30, 331
Coase, R. H. 232
Coburn, C. E. 127
codification of management knowledge 143–5, 165
coevolution model of innovation diffusion 56–8
cognitive challenges, re-adoption of management ideas 261
Cohen, A. R. 428, 435
Cohen, M. D. 54
Cohen, S. R. 257
Cohen, W. M. 381
Cole, G. D. H. 462
Coleman, J. S. 30, 439
Cole, R. E. 10, 57, 58, 59, 88t, 92–3, 224, 253, 255, 278
collectivism 293, 421, 504
collectivity 501, 502–3, 504
Collings, D. G. 178, 181, 189
Collins, C. 224
Collins, D. 216, 217, 218, 219, 223, 224, 225, 226, 228, 367, 368
Collins, J. C. 25
Collinson, D. L. 355, 361, 362, 365
Collinson, M. 71
colonialism 294, 477–8
colonization 458, 461
of the lifeworld 461
of management ideas 143–5, 165, 234
Colyvas, J. A. 44, 45, 46, 53, 54, 55, 58, 61, 413
Combs, J. 374, 379
Commissariat Général à la Productivité 402
Commisso, G. 405
commodification 143–5, 165, 234, 235–6
communism 400, 402, 405
communities of practice 72–3, 258
competence 122
translation 111, 131–2, 133
competency trap 237
competition, Red Queen Theory of 384–5
competitive intelligence 264
Conboy, M. 310
Confucianism 293
Conrad, P. 414
Conroy, K. M. 189
consequences, logic of 235
consultant gurus 221
consultant managers 92
consultants 6, 10, 29, 53, 76, 141–58, 235–6, 240–1, 313, 397, 494
boundary-spanning role 141, 152
and business studies, link between 163, 164–5, 172
codification and colonization of management knowledge 143–5, 165
and codified standards 346
environmental challenges 151, 152, 153
as fashion setters 141, 145–6, 236, 253, 385
global uptake 149
impact on policy and political economy 146–7, 153
as intermediaries in diffusion of management ideas 144–5
internal 150, 153
and management scepticism and resistance 148–9, 153
and managerial careers and work 146
new models of consultancy 149–50
outsider status 148
socio-political challenges 150–2
sustainability 151, 152
use of management techniques 112–13, 114
Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies (CCAB) 325
consumers and co-producers of management ideas 232–48
citizens 239–40
consultants 235–6, 240–1
managers 234–5, 240–1
(p. 521) researchers 236–7
students 238–9
contagion models 56, 57
content analysis 96–7
content of ideas 81
context 3, 10, 291–4
contextualization 130
control 4–5
and ownership, separation of 397, 430
Contu, A. 363
co-operatives 492, 493, 499–501
copying/imitation 30, 131, 132, 347–8
Corbett-Etchevers, I. 234
Cordano, M. 431
Cornelissen, J. P. 253, 512
corporate citizenship 151
corporate culture 5, 420
corporate social responsibility (CSR) 2, 151, 239, 295, 309, 338, 340, 341–2, 421, 438
and performance 377, 380–1, 383, 384, 386
spread across organizational forms 418–19
corporate sustainability 427, 428–30 see also family firms and corporate sustainability
corporate universities 170–1, 172
Couldry, N. 200, 201
Courpasson, D. 354, 355–6, 364, 365, 367, 368
Coutu, D. 237
Covey, S. 464–5
Cox, R. 161
Craig, J. B. 432
Crainer, S. 123, 165, 170, 218, 225
Cram, W. A. 309
Crane, A. 151, 380
Creating Shared Value 342
critical approaches to research 7–8
Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) 97
critical management studies 473–91, 496
activist inquiry 481–8, 489
SheepMilkNZ activist project 485–8
university as locale for 482–5
feminist tradition 474, 476–7
Marxist tradition 474–6
postcolonial tradition 474, 477–8
postmodern tradition 474, 475–6
Critical Path Method 59
critical performativity 481, 483–4
critical realism (CR) 69, 76–82
Crouch, C. 447, 449, 453
crowdsourcing 35
Cruickshank, J. 82
Crumley, E. T. 323
cultural perspective 9
cultural rationalization 413–18
culture 72, 96
corporate 5, 420
organizational 48, 289
culture change management 357, 446
Cummings, S. 286
Currie, G. 404, 450
customer relationship management (CRM) 254
Czarniawska, B. 4, 6, 49, 53, 57, 72, 75, 76, 106, 111, 129, 130, 170, 199, 234, 241, 252, 254, 288t, 291, 292, 411
Czarniawska-Joerges, B. 97
Dacin, M. T. and Dacin, P. A. 46, 52
Daft, R. L. 124, 256
Dahlgaard, J. J. 170
Dahlgaard-Park, S. 170
Dahlgren, P. 200, 201, 205, 208
Dale, K. 462
D’Alvano, L. 104
Damanpour, F. 5, 251, 254
D’Andreta, D. 98
Danell, R. 161
Danford, A. 359
Dardot, P. 449
Darwin, G. H. 46
Dauber, K. 327
Dautwiz, J. M. 233, 290, 309
Dauvergne, P. 151
Davenport, T. H. 32, 126, 144, 146, 252
David, R. J. 47, 59, 143, 144, 145, 236, 242, 252, 253, 274, 289, 290, 297, 307, 323, 412
Davies, A. 354, 355, 363, 368, 450, 453
Davies, L. 405
Davies, W. 447, 449
Davis, G. F. 56, 88t, 89–90, 412
Dean, J. 161
de Bakker, F. G. A. 383, 387
De Cock, C. 496
decontextualization 130–1
(p. 522) decoupling
and management ideas as codified standards 348
of management techniques from work processes 109–10
Deephouse, D. L. 198
Deetz, S. 354
De Grazia, V. 394
de-industrialization 356
de-institutionalization 46, 58, 59, 62, 330
de-instrumentalization 129, 130
Dekon, A. 150
delayering 277
Delbridge, R. 7, 355, 360–1, 365
Delmestri, G. 419
Deloitte 144, 145, 328
De Massis, A. 430
Demerouti, E. 260
Deming, W. E. 143, 224, 340
Denrell, J. 237
Derfus, P. J. 384
DeRuissea, D. 347
DesJardine, M. R. 439
Deuze, M. 201, 208
Devinat, P. 399
Dewey, J. 125
differentiation 307
diffusion 30, 31, 34, 42, 43, 50–1, 55–8, 61, 71, 72, 89, 109
broadcast models 56–7
of codified management standards 345–7
codified standards as aid to 343
coevolution model 56–7
contagion models 56, 57
hybrid contagion-broadcast coevolutionary model 57–8
international 144
intra-organizational 90
DiMaggio, P. J. 52, 56, 98, 123, 124, 185, 186, 321, 323, 412
discourse analysis 87, 96–7
discourses 75–6, 77, 80, 253, 480
discrimination 365, 368, 416, 512
Discursive Devices 97
Disney 170
diversity management 377, 379
Dixon, R. 446, 450
Djelic, M.-L. 286, 294, 394, 396, 397, 400, 401, 403
Dobbin, F. 91
Documentation Française 402
Dokshin, F. 96
domain-level theory 77, 80
Donaldson, L. 7, 122, 123, 216, 217, 225
Donati, P. 82
Doolin, B. 357
dormancy 42, 43, 46–7, 52–3, 59, 61, 128–9
Dörrenbacher, C. 186
Dot Foods Inc. 435
Douglas, M. 468
Dow 432
Dow, D. 108
downsizing 277, 357, 412, 447
Draulans, J. 104
Drori, G. S. 111, 123, 413, 419
Drori, I. 255
Drucker, P. 220, 221, 337, 464
Du Gay, P. D. 356, 357, 362, 446
Duhigg, C. 465
Duncan, R. 237
Dunford, R. 144
Dunleavy, P. 445
Duobiene, J. 459
Duran, P. 435
Durkheim, E. 414
Dutton, J. E. 188, 189, 260
Duxbury, L. 179
Dyer, J. H. 381, 382
Dyer, W. G. Jr 438
Easton, G. S. 91, 283
Ebner, A. 342
Echevarria, A. J. 296
eco-efficiency 386, 432
École des hautes études commerciales 160
e-commerce 254, 315
Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA) 400, 401–2
economic impact of consultancy 146–7, 153
economics, as theoretical basis for business studies 161
Economist, The 196, 203, 216, 218, 467
(p. 523) Eddleston, K. 439
Edelman, L. B. 126, 127, 348, 417
Edström, A. 180
education, societal expansion of 414, 417, 421
Edwards, P. 186, 364, 368
Edwards, R. 4, 360
Edwards, T. 177, 178, 179
Egan, D. 190
Ehrman, M. 466–7
Eisenman, M. 48, 49, 57, 59, 62, 95, 253, 290
Elder-Vass, D. 74, 75, 81
Eldridge, J. E. T. 225
Elkington, J. 429
Elliott, M. A. 414
embedding/embeddedness 130, 170, 252, 254, 291–4, 297
Emery, F. 281
Emiliani, B. 278
emotion, and (re)adoption of management ideas 261–2
empiricism 71, 78t
employees
experience, and re-adoption of management ideas 260–2
involvement/engagement 93, 104
lean impact on 278–9
Empson, L. 10
Engwall, L. 2, 10, 53, 76, 97, 106, 115, 116, 143, 146, 160, 161, 162, 163, 165, 166, 168, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 203, 216, 226, 234, 235, 393, 397, 398, 403, 405, 417, 475, 479, 493, 495, 499
Enkvist, P.-A. 152
Enron 145, 330
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems 253, 412
entrepreneurship 459, 463, 464
epistemic arbitrage 184
epistemic fallacy 71
epistemology 68, 71
Epstein, L. D. 25, 33, 49, 104, 108, 110, 252, 384, 412
Epstein, S. 343, 345
Equator Principles 342, 343–4
Erçek, M. 111
Erdal, D. 505
Ernst & Young 145, 151
Ernst, B. 240
Erturk, I. 404
Espeland, W. N. 167
Esser, F. 200, 201, 483–4, 485, 489
Ethiraj, S. K. 123
ethnomethodology 73
Eurofound 91
European Group on Organization Studies (EGOS) 6
European Management Review 6
European Productivity Agency 402
European Recovery Programme (Marshall Plan) 400–2
event history analysis (EHA) 89, 98
everyday life 458–72
body as site of management intervention 459, 465–7
conceptions of the everyday 460–1
early managerial incursions into 461–3
lifestyle management 459, 463–5
quantified-self movement 459, 467–8
rationalization of 459, 460, 468–9
technology and management of 469
Evetts, J. 322, 325
evidence-based practice 123
evolutionary model of system of management ideas 31–3
evolution of management ideas 286–302
critical alternatives approach 288t, 294–6, 297, 298
embedded approach 288t, 291–4, 297
future research 297–8
mainstream approach 287–91, 296–7
fashion perspective 289, 290
‘old wine in new bottles’ view 289, 290
pendulum perspective 289
performance-gap thesis 289
and religion 293
Ewing, D. W. 398
executive search 320, 322
expatriates 180–1, 182–3
(p. 524) external conditions, and (re)adoption of management ideas 258, 262
Ezzamel, M. 362
Facebook 95
fads 25, 30, 224
Fairchild, G. 29, 33, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 88, 96, 289, 290, 293, 297, 411
Fairclough, N. 97, 450, 453
Fairtrade International 344
family firms and corporate sustainability 427–42
and active role in institutional environment 436–7
and effective organizational control 434–6
future research 438–9
negative and positive aspects 438–9
role of organizational context 430–1
temporal dimension 432–4
timing in family business lifecycle 437–8
transgenerational continuity 427, 430
Fantasy Theme Analysis 97
Faragher, J. 467
fashion(s) 25, 26, 34, 44, 95, 109, 145–6, 242, 252, 253, 262, 263t, 298, 305–6, 342–3, 411, 511
as cultural phenomenon 29
cycles approach to 290
and evolution of management ideas 289, 290
and innovation 35–7
and institutionalization of management ideas 321, 323, 324, 328, 330, 331, 332
performance dilemmas 375, 384–5
political dimension of 29
and popular management ideas 310–11, 314, 315
fashion-setters 34, 141, 145–6, 236, 253, 305–6, 314, 323, 342–3, 385
Faulconbridge, J. R. 184
Fayol, H. 415, 460
Felin, T. 30, 31
Felski, R. 460
feminist perspectives 368, 474, 476–7
Ferlie, E. 257, 446, 448
Fernández-Aráoz, C. 428
Ferner, A. 10, 178, 185, 186, 187
Fernler, K. 127
Ferran, C. 167
Ferraro, F. 27
Festinger, L. 3
Files, R. 326
Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) 326, 327
financialization 404, 406, 443
Financial Reporting Council 327
Financial Times 167, 196, 203
Fincham, R. 141, 142, 149, 162
Fineman, S. 240, 431
Finnemore, M. 190
Fischer, F. 450
Fishbein, M. 3
Fisher, I. 161
Fiss, P. C. 49, 90, 251, 252, 254, 255, 404
Fitzgerald, I. 359–60
Fitzsimmons, S. R. 180
Fleetwood, S. 72, 76, 81
Fleming, P. 2, 87, 297, 354, 355, 362, 363, 459, 466, 467, 483
Flesher, D. L. 325
flexible working 359
Fligstein, N. 162, 327
Foerstl, K. 107
Foltz, K. 216
Forbes magazine 203
Ford, H. 462
Ford, J. D. 128, 364
Ford, L. W. 364
Ford Foundation 161, 402
Ford Motor Company 460
Forest Stewardship Council 344
Forrester, D. 161
Forster, N. 180, 181
Foss, N. J. 31, 32, 179, 258
Fotaki, M. 477
Foucault, M. 75, 362, 393, 405
Fox, A. 359
framing and reframing 274, 387
lean 275–9, 283
framing work 324
France 149, 291
franchising 443, 448
Frandsen, A.-C. 76
Franks, Lord 161
(p. 525) Fredericks, C. M. 239
Fredriksson, M. 197, 198, 200
Freedman, D. 87
freedom 502–3
Freeman, E. R. 416
Freeman, F. H. 197, 199, 239
Freidson, E. 453
Frenkel, M. 147, 199, 239, 291, 292, 294, 295
Friedman, A. L. 360
Frieze, I. H. 431
Frow, J. 310
Fugate, B. S. 382
Fujimoto, F. 276
Fuller, J. 330
functionalist perspective
on management techniques 105, 106–8, 116
on (re)adoption of management ideas 252, 253–4, 256–7, 262, 263t
Furusten, S. 97, 112, 151, 195, 196, 197, 199, 203, 216, 304, 311, 340
Gabriel, Y. 166, 232, 238, 239, 403
Gaimon, C. 382
Galal, K. 150
Galbraith, J. R. 180
Gans, J. S. 232
Gantt Charts 59
Garbage Can theory 54
Garcia-Castro, R. 380
Garsten, C. 152, 357, 393
Garton, E. 258, 260
Garud, R. 321, 323
GE/McKinsey Screen 327
Gemelli, G. 403
Gemini Consulting 328, 331
gendered nature of management ideas 8, 476–7
gender and resistance 368
General Electric 170, 327, 328
generic strategies 339
genres 305, 310–13, 314, 315
(geo-)politics of management ideas 394, 399–406
institutionalization and naturalization after 1989 403–5
post-war diffusion from USA 399–402, 405–6
Geppert, M. 186
Gerlach, N. 310
Germany 93, 291, 293
business studies 161
consultancy 149
Nazi management ideas 295, 296
Gerrish, E. 107
Gersick, K. E. 437, 439
Gerver, I. 355
Geyskens, I. 35
Ghemawat, P. 323
Ghoshal, S. 27, 179, 181, 239
Gibbons, M. 27
Gibbons, P. 198
Gibson-Graham, J. K. 505
Giddens, A. 122, 123, 463
‘gig’ economy 366, 367, 475, 476, 512
Gilbert, D. U. 342, 344
Gilbreth, F. and L. 144
Gill, G. 512
Gill, J. 7, 197, 290, 308, 310, 311
Gill, R. 458
Giraudeau, M. 114
Giroux, H. 49, 74, 96, 224, 257, 290, 312
GitHub 260
Gläser, J. 168
global elites 182–3
globalization 146, 394
globalizing actors 178, 179, 183, 188, 189, 190
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) 342, 419
glocalization 282
Gluck, F. W. 328
Glynn, M. A. 342
Goddard, J. 28
Goel, S. 428
golden parachutes 89–90, 252
Golicic, S. L. 105
Gomez-Mejia, L. R. 430
Gond, J.-P. 151, 152
Gondo, M. B. 273
Gong, Y. 181
González, S. 512
Gonzalez Menendez, M. C. 187
Google Inc. 416
Google Trends 95
Gopinath, C. 237
Gordon, K. 153
Gordon, R. A. 161
(p. 526) Gore and Buurtzorg 256
Gorski, P. S. 293
Gouldner, A. W. 355
governance, network 446–7, 449, 451
Govindarajan, V. 179–80
Graen, G. B. 256
Grafström, M. 196, 197, 205
Grameen Bank 429
Grameen Phone 429
Gramsci, A. 462
Grant, R. M. 381
Graves, S. B. 374, 380
Gray, G. 91
Gray, P. H. 381
Greatbatch, D. 54, 88t, 92, 93, 197, 203, 226, 227, 228, 304, 311, 312
Green, S. D. 312
Green, S. E. J. 55, 253
greening 240
Greening of Industry Network (GIN) 429
Greenpeace 147
greenwashing 309
Greenwood, R. 4, 6, 10, 26, 28, 29, 31, 45, 53, 143, 145, 150, 162, 164, 165, 221, 234, 235, 236, 321, 323, 324, 327–8, 329, 330, 331, 462–3
Greiner, L. 237
Greve, H. R. 56, 88t, 89–90, 412
Grey, C. 6, 393, 404, 493, 494, 496, 513
Griesemer, J. R. 72, 73, 241
Gries, S. T. 96
Griffith, E. E. 326, 330
Grinsven, M. 49
Grint, K. 8, 81, 143, 217, 218, 223, 311, 312
Groß, C. 92, 186, 227, 235
Gross, N. C. 432, 436
Grote, J. 439
Group of Researchers on Organizations and the Natural Environment (GRONEN) 429
Grover, V. 378
Gruber, W. H. 27
Guest, D. 220
Guillén, M. 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 48, 88t, 93, 104, 122, 130, 187, 189, 239, 253, 288t, 289, 290, 291–2, 293, 294, 398, 399, 421
Guilloux, V. 75
Gulati, R. 125
Gulbrandsen, L. H. 344, 346
Guler, I. 29
Gunnarsson, E. 160
Gupta, A. K. 179–80
guru industry 217, 224–6, 227
gurus 6, 10, 26, 29, 76, 92, 145, 186, 197, 203, 216–31, 236–7, 253, 304
guru-shops 53
guru speak 227–8
guru theory 217, 221–4, 227, 228
externalist account 217, 223, 224
internalist account 217, 223–4
Gustavsen, B. 281
Haack, P. 242, 342, 381
Haas, M. R. 381, 382, 383
Haas School of Business (Berkeley) 397
Habermas, J. 458, 460–1, 468
Hacking, I. 445
Hackman, J. R. 48, 49, 257, 377
Haenlein, M. 209
Hales, C. P. 2
Hall, D. 443, 445, 453
Hall, J. 202
Hall, S. 320
Hambrick, D. C. 415
Hamel, G. 227, 237, 260, 328
Hammer, M. 25, 44, 145, 204, 222
Hammer, N. 177
Hancké, B. 10
Hancock, P. 2, 239, 393, 403, 458, 464, 467, 469
Hanson, S. 399
Harding, N. H. 362, 363, 367
Harley, B. 148
Harman, G. 74
Harness, A. 287, 288t
Harrisson, D. 74, 75
Hart, S. L. 429, 432, 438
Harvard Business Review 199, 203, 219, 326, 329, 330, 473
Harvard Business School 397, 402
Harvard III Psychological Dictionary 96
Harvie, D. 475, 479
Harzing, A.-W. K. 177, 180
Hasle, P. 279
Haspeslagh, P. 327
(p. 527) Hassard, J. 357
Hasselbladh, H. 340
Haughton, J. 467
Hawken, P. 429
Hawley, J. 399
Hawthorne Studies 416
Hay, A. 238
H. B. Maynard & Co. 145
Heal, G. 309
health 465–6, 467–8
healthcare 144, 147, 240, 279–80
Hedmo, T. 166
Helfat, C. E. 261
Hellgren, B. 196
Hellström, A. 127
Helper, S. 256
Henderson, B. 328
Hendricks, K. B. 374, 377
Henning, R. 345
Henriksen, L. F. 185
Hepp, A. 201
Heras-Saizarbitoria, I. 309, 343
herd behaviour 56, 308–9
Herker, D. 188
hero-managers 221, 313
Herring, H. 386
Herzberg, F. 464
Hesketh, A. 72
Heugens, P. M. A. R. 198
heuristics 28
Heusinkveld, S. 2, 54, 59, 88t, 91–2, 234, 235, 236, 238, 253, 255, 274, 290, 294, 297, 305, 404, 412, 428, 430, 431, 436, 497
Hibou, B. 448
Hidalgo, A. 104
hierarchy, in systems of management ideas 27
Higdon, H. 146
Highfield, T. 211
High Performance Work Systems (HPWSs) 359, 377, 379, 380
Hilary, G. 331
Hilmer, F. 7, 216, 217, 225
Hindle, T. 2, 218–19, 221–2, 225
Hinings, C. R. 462–3
Hipkin, I. 496
Hiromoto, T. 256, 257
Hirsch, P. M. 56, 96, 253
Hitler, A. 296
Hjarvard, S. 200
Hodgkinson, G. P. 162
Hodgkinson, M. 238
Hodgson, D. 149, 354, 363
Hoffman, A. J. 151, 323, 431
Hoffman, P. 394
Hoffman, R. C. 237
Hofstadter, R. 160
Hoggett, P. 448
holacracy 251, 258, 259, 260
Holmeno, M. D. Q. 281, 282
Holweg, M. 277
Homze, E. L. 296
Honig, B. 255
Hood, C. 357, 443, 445, 446, 450
Hooper, K. 477–8
Höpfl, H. 217
Horkheimer, M. 461, 468
Horvers, M. 355, 364, 368
hostile takeovers 89–90, 96
Hounshell, D. 398
Howard, P. N. 211
Howarth, D. 97
Howell, J. E. 161
Huczynski, A. A. 5, 28, 105, 106–7, 114, 115, 163, 197, 216, 217, 221, 222–3, 225, 228, 235, 290, 304, 311
Hughes, B. 465
Huising, R. 10
Hult International Business School 171
human relations 93, 287, 293, 295, 400–1, 402, 406, 416
human resource management (HRM) 2, 4, 9, 33, 177, 178, 379–80, 404
human resources-focused management ideas and performance 377, 378t, 379–80, 382
Humphrey, A. 314
Hung, A. A. 308
Hung, S. C. 323
Huntley, C. L. 381, 382
Huselid, M. A. 379, 412
Hutchings, K. 293
Hwang, H. 413, 419
hybrid models 294
Hyman, R. 355
(p. 528) Iaccoca, L. 165, 197, 221
Iansiti, M. 241
identity 264, 361, 362, 365
identity-seekers 232
identity switching 184
ideologies 3–4, 5, 104, 295
Ihlen, Ø. 196, 198, 200
IKEA 349
imitation see copying
impact of management ideas 510
Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) 144
imperialism 394, 403, 477–8
neo- 7
implementation 125, 129–31, 133, 252
instant 126
management techniques 108, 110–12, 116
Inamdar, N. 240
incubation 127–8
individualism 362, 363, 421, 504
industrial relations 357, 358t, 359–60, 366, 367
industry associations 53, 436
inequality 362, 367–8, 474
infomediaries 198
information cascades 308
Ingenta 95
Ingvaldsen, J. A. 282
Inman, J. 261
innovation 4, 5, 26, 31, 34, 61, 311–12
and fashion 35–7
interpretive viability 36, 49, 54, 60
in lifecycle of management ideas 42, 43, 44–5, 47, 50–1, 54, 55
perceived 49
proto-innovations 54, 55
rhythm of 328
substantive 49
symbolic 49
INSEAD 146, 402
Institute of Chartered Accounts in England and Wales (ICAEW) 325
Institute for Social and Ethical Accountability 337
institutional context of MNCs 184–5
institutional entrepreneurship 321, 323, 324, 328, 330, 331–2
institutional factors, and evolution of management ideas 291, 292
institutionalization of management ideas 30, 31, 42, 43, 44, 46, 52, 58–9, 61, 62, 69, 292–3, 308, 393, 394, 397, 403–5, 406
and professional structures 320–36
closed professions 320–1, 322, 323, 324, 325–6, 327–8, 329–30, 331
institutional entrepreneurship perspective 321, 323, 324, 328, 330, 331–2
institutional work perspective 292–3, 321, 324, 329–30, 331
management fashion perspective 321, 323, 324, 328, 330, 331, 332
open professions 320–1, 322–3, 324, 326–7, 328, 329, 330, 331
institutional perspective 9, 253
on management techniques 105, 108–10, 110–11, 116
institutional theory 69, 321, 323–4, 412
neo- 123, 185, 292–3
Scandinavian 75, 186, 292
institutional work 292–3, 321, 324, 329–30, 331
instrumental understanding of management ideas 121–37
future research 133
modernistic—rationalistic perspective 122–3, 124, 130
pragmatic perspective 125, 129, 130, 133
social constructionist—symbolic perspective 123–5, 130
translation approach 129–32, 133
interactionism 69, 70t, 72–3, 76, 78t, 81, 82
interdisciplinarity 68–9
interest 306–7
Interface 431–2, 433, 434, 437
internal conditions, and (re)adoption of management ideas 259, 262
internal markets 452, 453
International Accounting Standards Committee (IASC) 344
international assignments 180–1, 182–3
internationalization
and business studies 165–6 see also globalization; multinational corporations
International Journal of Management Reviews 111
(p. 529) International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 338, 339, 344, 345
Internet 195, 197–8, 199, 205, 208, 465
interpretative viability 36, 49, 54, 60, 131, 233–4, 272–3, 290, 313, 445
interpretive space 272–3
interviews 91–2
investor newsletters 204, 206t
Isaacson, W. 221
ISO 14001 standard 343
ISO 26000 standards 338, 340, 381
ISO 9000 standards 110, 112, 273, 309, 340, 341, 343, 412, 420
isolation 126–7
isomorphism 33, 186, 321, 323, 325, 330
Israel 291
issue professionals 185
issue selling 188–9, 387
Iubatti, D. 72
Jack, G. 477
Jackson, B. G. 53, 97, 197, 220, 235, 304, 311, 497
Jackson, N. 220
Jacobides, M. G. 36
Jacobsson, B. 337, 343, 344, 346, 348
Jacques, R. 2 5, 10, 59, 290, 394, 492, 494
Jakobi, A. 414
James, W. 125
Japan 97, 276–7, 291, 357, 403
consultancy 149
MNCs 181
quality circles 59, 92, 93, 97
Taylorism 97
Japanization 7
Jarratt, D. 106, 115, 116
Jarrell, S. L. 91, 283
Jarzabkowski, P. 104, 112, 113, 116, 297, 331
Jelasity, M. 255
Jenkins, H. 209
Jennings, P. D. 431
Jensen, J. M. 380
Jepperson, R. L. 414
Jermier, J. M. 354, 355, 362, 365
Jessop, B. 449, 451, 454
Jewitt, C. 211
job enrichment 48, 464
Jobs, S. 221
Jockers, M. L. 96
Joerges, B. 111, 129, 130
Johnson, K. L. 179
Johnson, P. E. 237
Johnston, A. 362
Joint Shop Stewards Committees (JSSCs) 359
joint stock companies 397
Jones, D. 499
Jones, D. T.
Lean Thinking 278, 280
Machine That Changed the World, The 271, 275, 277
Jones, O. 188
Jones, R. 281
Jones, R. J. 428
Jonsson, S. 44, 45, 46, 58, 61, 110, 126
journalism/press 196–7, 199, 203, 240, 320, 322
journals 162, 164, 165, 166, 168
Judis, J. 454
Julian, S. D. 167
Jung, D.-I. 90, 412
Jung, N. 141, 145, 235
Juran, J. 143, 224
just-in-time (JIT) 107, 276
Juusola, K. 294
Kalekin-Fishman, D. 460
Kallinikos, J. 340
Kammerlander, N. 437
Kano, C. 149
Kanter, R. M. 221, 227
Kaplan, A. M. 209
Kaplan, R. S. 106, 112, 116, 204, 264
Kaplan, S. 252
Karreman, D. 97, 355, 362
Kassinis, G. 431
Katz, R. 121
Kaul, M. 124
Kavanagh, D. 479, 482
Kearins, K. 477
Keenan, K. 458
Keleman, M. 75, 169, 234, 237
Kellermanns, F. W. 439
Kellogg Business School, Northwestern University 146
Kelman, S. 465
(p. 530) Kennedy, C. 218, 225, 251, 254
Kerfoot, D. 368
key performance indicators (KPIs) 464
Khalifa, R. 330
Khurana, R. 6, 239, 397
Kiechel, W. 328, 329, 394
Kieser, A. 3, 25, 29, 49, 56, 95, 109, 123, 130, 141, 145, 162, 223, 233, 235, 236, 237, 240, 241, 273, 290, 304, 311, 341, 347, 411, 497, 498, 511
Kimberly, J. R. 30, 49, 54, 61
Kim, W. C. 25, 337
Kim, Y.-M. 97
King, A. A. 346
King, B. G. 412
King, D. R. 481, 483
Kipping, M. 10, 53, 57, 141, 143, 144, 145, 146, 148, 149, 150, 153, 166, 239, 288t, 291, 295, 296, 403
Kirkpatrick, I. 404, 445
Kitay, J. 92, 141, 142, 147, 149, 153
Kjær, P. 196, 199, 203, 204, 205, 397
Kjeldsen, A. K. 127, 128
Klein, N. 151
Kleiner, M. M. 322
Kleinfield, S. 221
Klinenberg, E. 202
Kneale, K. 237
Knights, D. 7, 75, 92, 354, 355, 360, 362, 363, 365, 367, 368, 476
knowledge 4, 6–7, 28–9, 123
codification of 143–5
colonization of 143–5
commodification of 143–5
explicit 105, 106, 113
implicit (tacit) 105, 106, 179
Mode I/II models of production 27
sociology of 26, 27
systems of 27
knowledge creation and sharing, and management techniques 112–14, 116
knowledge goods 474–5
knowledge management 95, 96–7, 145, 254, 312, 412
and performance 377, 381–2
knowledge resources—focused management ideas and performance 377, 378t, 381–2
knowledge transfer, in MNCs 179–80, 181, 183
Kochan, T. 398
Kodak 37, 144
Kondratieff waves 30
Korea 149
Kossek, E. E. 33
Kostera, M. 403
Kostova, T. 4, 90, 127, 179, 185, 186–7, 188, 255
Kotler, P. 166, 237
Kotter, J. P. 364
KPMG 145, 328
Krafcik, J. F. 271, 275, 282
Kramer, H. 337
Kramer, M. R. 151, 342
Kriedte, P. 461
Krippner, G. 404
Kroll-Smith, B. 466
Krugman, P. 237
Krumbholz, M. 412
Kuhn, T. S. 26, 27, 237
Kuisel, R. F. 400, 401
Kumarika Perera, H. 180
Kunda, G. 2, 4, 29, 30, 47, 48, 49, 51, 88t, 94, 187, 196, 223, 287, 288t, 289, 290, 356, 473
Kunreuther, H. 309
Kuokkanen, A. 288t, 293
Kwon, S.-H. 149
Kyocera 256, 258
Kyoto Protocol (1997) 428–9
Laakso, A. 291
Laberge, L. 74, 75
labour 398, 474, 475
Labour Process Theory (LPT) 358t, 359, 360–2, 365, 366
labour unions see trade unions
Lacan, J. 480
Laclau, E. 69
Laegreid, P. 393, 404
Laehy, T. 221
Lafaye, M. 395
Lakatos, I. 27, 28
Laloux, F. 256
Lam, A. 312
Lamb, P. 404
Lamberg, J. A. 287
Lammers, C. 2, 5
(p. 531) Lamont, M. 168
Lancaster, Z. 76, 288t, 292
Landerer, N. 200, 201, 202
Lang, T. 232, 238, 239
Langer, R. 196, 199, 203, 204, 205
Langfield-Smith, K. 104
Langfred, C. W. 257, 259
Lansberg, I. 430
LaNuez, D. 355
Lapinski, M. K. 338
La Porta, R. 428
Lapré, M. A. 382
Lapsley, I. 257
Large N studies 87, 88t, 89–91, 98
Larson, G. S. 354
Larsson, E. 47, 61
Latour, B. 74, 129, 220, 226, 228, 254, 493
Laval, C. 449
Law, J. 74
Lawler, E. E. 91
law profession 320, 322
Lawrence, P. 1
Lawrence, T. B. 53, 54, 55, 61, 292, 321, 324, 329, 330
Leadbeater, C. 466
leadership 476, 477
transformational 446, 449
lean 32, 107, 236, 251, 271–2, 282–3, 312, 339, 404, 412
in Dutch healthcare 279–80
framing and reframing 275–9, 283
‘the Norwegian Way’ 280–2
Lean Forum Norway (LFN) 281, 282
learning 4, 7, 8
organizational 381
learning organizations 96
Le Breton-Miller, I. 385, 430, 435, 437
Leca, B. 483
Ledford Jr, G. E. 257
Lee, C. K. 412
LEED programme 419
Lee, J. 462
Lee, S. H. 179
Leeson, P. T. 287, 288t
Lefebvre, H. 458, 460, 461
Legge, K. 171
legitimacy 9, 30, 199, 235, 337, 396–9, 405
and codified management standards 341–2, 349
MNC subsidiaries 189
Leibenstein, H. 306–7
Leicht, K. 449, 453
Leiner, L. 162, 237
Lejeune, C. 167
Lemann, N. 146, 148
Lennox, C. 331
Leonard, P. 405
Lernak, D. J. 239
Letch, N. 75
Le Texier, T. 394
Letscher, M. G. 290
Levinthal, D. A. 123, 294, 381
Levy, D. L. 190
Lewin, A. Y. 256
Lewis, C. T. 304
Lewis, S. C. 320, 322
liberty 502–3
lifecycle of management ideas 42–67, 95
abstract management ideas 42, 47, 49–53, 61, 62
dormancy and rebirth 52–3
innovation and diffusion stage 50–1
institutionalization 52
diffusion stage 42, 43, 71
mid-life co-occurrence of necessary force (CNF) causing transitions to 45
dormancy stage 42, 43, 46–7, 52–3
innovation stage 42, 43, 47, 49, 50–1, 54, 55
early-life co-occurrence of necessary forces (CNFs) causing transitions to 44–5
institution stage 42, 43, 44
late-life co-occurrence of necessary force (CNF) causing transitions to 46
rebirth stage 42, 43, 46–7, 52–3, 59–61
specific management ideas 42–3, 47, 53–61, 62
early-life co-occurrence of necessary force (CNF) causing transitions to innovation stage 53–5, 57
(p. 532) late-life co-occurrence of necessary force (CNF) causing transitions to institution stage 58–9
mid-life co-occurrence of necessary force (CNF) causing transitions to diffusion stage 55–8
rebirth co-occurrence of necessary force (CNF) causing transitions to rebirth stage 59–61
lifestyle management 459, 463–5
lifeworld 460, 461, 468
Lilja, K. 240
Lilley, S. 242
Lillrank, P. 132, 254, 312
Lim, A. 415, 418
Lindqvist, K. 404
Ling, Y. 189
LinkedIn 95, 208
Lischinsky, A. 196
Lister, J. 151
Loader, D. 452
Lock, A. R. 253, 512
logic of appropriateness 235
logic of consequences 235
Loh, L. 37
Löhlein, L. 331
Lorsch, J. 1
Lounsbury, M. 254, 323
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