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(p. 623) Index

(p. 623) Index

A
‘action theoretic’ stance 97
‘apriori knowledge’ 17
‘auto-signify herself 214
Abbagnano, Nicola 65
Abbott, A. 463, 586
Abell, P. 329–31, 333
Abernathy, W. J. 576
Abma, Tineke 77
Abolafia, Mitchell Y. 77
Abrahamson, E. 5, 14, 191, 553, 555
Abrams, P. 291
‘abstract systems’ 10
achievement verbs 120
Acker, Joan 217, 224
Ackroyd, S. 300, 525, 528
actionable knowledge 26, 423–6, 429, 432–3, 446–50, 466
actor-network theory approaches (ANT) 603
Law 228
‘action theoretic’ stance 97
Adam, Smith 132, 135, 149, 477, 479, 481, 485–6, 489, 498, 501, 518
Adam, Guy 73, 464
adaptation-selection 569
debate 579
phenomenon 579
Addis Ababa 597
‘administration’ 167–8, 177
‘administrative process’ 168
‘administration theory’ 242
Adorno, T. 92
aesthetic philosophy 74
aesthetics of organization 74
Agar, M. 398, 401
Agarwal, Naresh C. 43
agency theory 377
agency vs. structure 3
agency/structure debate 291, 300
dilemma 289
issue 296
paradox 290
agency/structure problem 290, 294
Ahlstrand, B. 271
Albert, S. 76, 125, 271, 355, 518
Albertoni, Ettore A. 163
Albrow, Martin 380
Alchian, A. A. 331–3, 493
Alchain, Armen 377
Alchian-Demsetz approach 331, 333
Alcoff, Linda 222
Alderman, H. 514
Aldrich, H. 48, 119, 311, 569
Aldrich, H. E. 296, 311
Alexander, J. W. 148, 187, 191, 198, 202, 347, 513
Alfred, North Whitehead 113, 124
‘allegoric breaching’ 245
Allen, V. 296
Allison, G. 432
almost-mechanistic systems 161
Alter, C. 311
Althusser, L. 295
Alvesson, M. 3, 48, 88–9, 91, 107, 203, 220, 248, 278, 284, 293, 318, 323, 393, 404, 414
Amburgey, T. L. 359
American managerial revolution 184
organizational theory 198
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) 187
an existing research program (normal science) 263, 279
analytical empiricism 531
analytical rigor 11, 25
analytical/explanatory purposes 296
‘anatomizing urge’ 28, 528, 534
ancient regime see old world
Anderson, Louis F. 169
Anderson, P. 569, 576, 584–85, 609
(p. 624) Anglo-American hegemony 214
debate 214
literature 225
understanding 214
Anglo-Saxon organizational literature 216
anthropology 25, 29, 71–2, 74, 224, 246, 254, 274, 295, 600, 603–4
‘anthropological’ interest 527
anthropomorphic status 12
‘anti-chaos’ 188
-historicism 295
-humanism 295
-genealogical 132
-naturalism 314, 318–19
-positivism 40, 48
-positivist philosophy 40–1
Antonacopoulou, E. 9
appropriate technology 602
‘apriori knowledge’ 17
archeological analysis 186
Archer, M. 291, 298, 302, 304, 528–9
archetypal modernist concept 121
Archibald, G. C. 375
Archimedean original point 7
Argyris, C. 11, 26, 144, 311, 424, 575
Aristotelian point of view 504
virtues 504
ark-builder 146
Armengaud, Andri 153
Arrighi, Giovanni 158
Arrow, Kenneth 378
Arthur, Brian 386
Ashkenas, R. 97
Ashmore, M. 466
assujetissement 229
Astley, W. G. 2, 14, 74, 311, 345, 364, 540
Aston studies 97
atom 50, 128, 375
Augur, P. 508–14
Austin, G. 397
Australia 47, 151, 556–57
Austria 151, 481
‘auto-signify herself 214
Axelrod, R. 379, 585
axioms 114, 128
Ayer, A. J. 50
Ayoubi, Z. M. 43
B
Babbage, Charles 149
Bacharach, S. B. 91, 348, 350
Baden-Fuller, C. 569
Baidoa 597
Bain, J. S. 572
Baker, Wayne 383
Baker, George 493
Balibar 295
Bandura, A. 50, 424
Baritz, L. 109
Barker, R. G. 433
Barker, J. A. 541
Barley, S. R. 73, 188, 299, 393, 402, 553, 562
Barnard, Chester 10, 71, 161, 169, 191, 619
Barnes, B. 293, 299, 374
Barnett, W. P. 146, 359, 547, 574, 582, 586, 587
Barney, J. B. 331, 355, 574
Baron, James 379
Barr, Kenneth 158
Barry, A. 239
Barthes, Ronald 240
Bartunek, Jean B. 398
Baskin, Jonathon Barron 157
Baudrillard, J. 559
Baum, J. A. C. 13, 277, 359, 568, 570, 579
Bauman, Zygmunt 200, 495, 502, 539
Baumol, W. J. 480
Beam, George 66
Beck, L. W. 319–20
becoming-realism ontology 394
Bedaux, Charles 191
Begreifen 66
Behavioral Theory of the Firm (BTF) 426
behaviorism 50–1, 55
behaviourist/positivist conception 304
being-realism ontology 395
Belgium 151
Bell, J. S. 134, 198, 311, 550
Bellman, Eric 482
Bendix, Reinhard 172, 192, 193
Benson, J. K. 319–20, 323
Berezin, Mabel 383
Berg, P. O. 73, 414
Berger, P. L. 41, 68, 74, 119, 193, 203, 295, 360, 363, 384
Bergson, H. 74, 113, 125–6, 133
Bergson, Henry 125
Berle, Adolf A. Jr. 159, 184
Bernoux, Philippe 380
Bernstein, R. J. 64, 435, 482–3
(p. 625) Berscheid, E. 469
Beyer, J. M. 43, 540–41. 559
Bhabha, Homi 218
Bhaskar, R. 15, 301, 528
big bang 508
Biggart, Nicole Woolsey 381, 482
Bijker, W. 219
Billing, Yvonne 220
Binkhorst, D. 75
Biot, E. 148
Birger, Jon 477
Birnbaum-More, Phillip H. 43
Bishop, R. C. 465
Blackburn, S. 503, 519
Blackler, Frank 76
Blaikie, N. 291, 300, 304–5
Blalock Humbert, H. 41, 42
Blau, P. M. 43, 184, 196, 317
Bleicher, J. 318
Block, F. 335
Boas, F. 397, 400
Boden, P. 13
Bogdan, R. 396
Bohm, D. 113, 126
Bohman, James 50, 52, 312, 329, 336, 616
Boje, David M. 73, 77–8
Boland, Richard Jr. 77
Boli, J. 361
Bolman, Lee G. 74, 428, 541, 549
Bologh, R. 526
Boorstin, David J. 40
Botti, H. 406
Bottomore, T. 295
Bougon, M. G. 74–75
Boulding, Kenneth 71
Boulding, W. 586
Boulton, William H. 153
‘bounded rationality’ 201–3
bounded systems 119
Bourdieu, D. 381
Bourgeois, J. W. 48
Bourque, S. C. 602
Bowen, James 151
Bowie, Norman E. 494
Brady, Robert A. 172
Braidotti Rosi 217
Braverman, Harry 203
Bresser, R. K. 465
bricoleurs 11
Brigham, M. 528
Brinberg, D. 425
Bristoc, Julia 225
Britain 151, 159
Bronk, R. 502
Brower, Ralph S. 77
Brown, A. 10, 11, 77, 216, 318, 402, 458, 465, 609, 615
Bruce, William George 157
Bruderer, E. 579
Bruner, J. 69, 397, 612–13
Bruni, A. 223, 401
Bruno, Latour 604
Budros, A. 359
‘buffering’ and ‘bridging’ strategies 201, 202
‘bureaucracy’ 152, 162, 165, 171
‘bureaucratic’ 381
‘bureaucratic vision’ 188
Burgelman, R. A. 574, 582, 586
Burke, Kenneth 68, 250
Burman, E. 220
Burns, T. 311, 574
Burrell, G. 2, 12, 40, 89, 91, 184, 203, 266, 278, 296, 312, 411, 532–3, 548
Burt, Ronald 382
business ethics 27
‘business group’ 382
Business Week 494
Butler, Judith 228
butterfly effect 130
buyer-supplier relationships 357
Byrne, P. 290
C
Calás, A. 10, 29, 73–4, 214, 393
Calás, M. B. 29
Caldwell, D. 405
Callon, M. 188, 228, 382
Calori, R. 580, 584
Calvert, M. 604
Cameron, Rondo E. 153, 349
Campbell, Donald T. 42, 49, 580–1
Campbell, D. 412
Campbell, J. D. 455
Canada 47, 607
Canella, Alberta A. 267
canonical sociology 198
Capon, N. 47
Capron, L. 586
Carley, K. 585–86
Carnap, R. 316
Carothers, J. C. 116
Carr, Jercel B. 77
(p. 626) Carroll, G. R. 359, 382, 569
Carter, P. 3, 6, 336, 432
Carter, R. E. 118, 122
Carter, R. 302
Castells Manuel 383, 610
Casti, J. 584
Castoriadis, C. 618
cathexis 227
cause-effect logic 583
Cavarero, Adriana 214
ceteris paribus 14
chaebol 382
Chalmers, A. F. 40, 50, 54, 396
Chan, Wellington K. K. 152, 586
Chandler, Alfred D. Jr. 46, 151, 154, 317, 348, 355
Channon, Derek F. 47
chaos theory 458
character 503
Charon, Joel M. 70
Chatman, J. 405
Chen, M. J. 573
Chenhall, Robert H. 47
Chevalier, Jean 168
Chia, Robert 320
Child, John 43, 56, 167, 311, 539, 575
China 146, 147, 402
Chinese numerology 249
Chodorow, Nancy 213
Christensen, S. 10
Christian era (BCE) 143
Christian, Knudsen 1, 22, 146, 183, 237, 262
Church, Alexander Hamilton 191
Ciborra, C. U. 569
Cilliers, P. 134
‘citoyens’ 334
Cixous, Hélène 218
Clarke, P. 300, 302
Clarke, T. 541, 557
Clegg, C. 48, 203, 223, 296, 319, 323, 411, 531, 537
Clément, Catherine 218
Clifford, J. 254, 395, 400
‘closure’ 219
Cobb, J. 115
Cochran, Thomas C. 485
coercive isomorphism 362
coevolution between firms and their niche (macro-coevolution) 582
coevolution 570, 573, 579–88
perspective 570
micro-coevolution 582–3
cognitive interests 18–19, 89–90, 93–4, 96, 100, 104–5, 107–9
Cohen, M. D. 10, 195, 574, 583, 585
‘cold impersonal atmosphere’ 165
Cole, S. 262
Coleman, J. 292, 329, 425–6
collective-interpretive approaches 76
collective selection theory 551
‘collective’ social phenomena 292
Collinson, David 73, 227
‘commensalistic interdependence’ 352
‘commercial’ system 150
Commons, J. R. 572
‘communicative interaction’ 7
competence-enhancing innovation 576
‘complex adaptive systems’ 609
‘complex organizations’ 174
Comte, Auguste 40
concept of ‘fit’ 24
concept of safety cultures 72
concept-dependent object 8
conceptual dichotomy 614
‘conclusion-oriented research’ (basic) 425
concomitant ‘linguistic turn’ 3
confiationism 22, 298–300, 302
conflationist see confiationism
interpretation 290
Connell, R. W. 227
Connell, A. F. 312
Connell, A. 396
Conner, K. K. 574
Connolly, T. 5, 266
‘consensual’ 23
‘constrained optimization’ 28, 476
constructivist/interactionist epistemology 426
contemporary economics 374
contingency model of explanation (CME) 616
contingency-structure combinations 349
fit 352
contingent existence 14
conventionalism 531
‘co-researching’ 30
‘Corporate Values’ statement 408
Cook, Thomas D. 42, 49, 396, 615
Cook, Scott 76
Cooper, D. J. 90–91, 227
Copenhagen interpretation 126
Corbally, John E. 73
Coser, Lewis A. 193
‘craft administration of production’ 381
Craig, R. T. 455
Crisp, R. 519
‘Critical Management Studies’ (CMS) 203
critical modernists 92
positivism 64
critical reason 92, 94
critical theory 3, 12, 18, 23, 26, 65, 89–90, 203, 318–19, 322–3, 325, 329, 335, 434–5
critics of positivism 26
‘critical OT’ 18
‘critical rationalism’ 18
‘critical realism’ 18, 28
‘critical theory’ 18
‘critique’ 18
Cronbach, L. J. 425
‘crony capitalism’ 481–2
Crossan, M. M. 575
Crowdy, P. 525
Crozier, M. 224, 380, 350
Crump, Norman 76
Crump, Thomas 249
Cuban missile crisis 432
‘cultural cognitive diversity’ 224
‘cultural dopes’ 540
cultural ‘realities’ 397
anthropology 74
artifacts 73
‘culturalist’ 214
cultural-sociological analysis 380
‘culture theory’ 404
Cummings, P. G. 3, 14, 489
Cyberfeminism 227–8
Cyert, Richard M. 170, 177, 181, 375, 426, 477, 572–3, 575
cynical or nihilistic tendency 114
Czarniawska-Joerges, Barbara 3, 21, 73, 120, 146, 204, 237, 401, 414
D
Dacin, M. T. 367
Daft, R. L. 89, 312
Dahrendorf, R. 329
Dale,K. 528
Dallmayr, Fred R. 64
Dalton, M. 99
Davenport, T. H. 545
David, Bohm 126
David, Robert 377
David, Silverman 278
Davidow, W. H. 569
Davies, Brownye 222
Davis, Ralph C. 157, 168, 345
Dawe, A. 290–1
De Lauretis, Teresa 229, 230
Deal, T. E. 73–4, 119, 428, 541, 549
decision-makers 44–6, 102, 161, 275
decision sciences 568
decision-making theory 292
‘decision-oriented research’ (applied) 425
deconstructionism see deconstructionist
deconstructionist 214, 225
deductive-nomological (DN) 23, 314–15
deductive-nomological mode of explanation (DN explanation) 314
deductive-statistical explanation (DS) 316
deductivism 3
Deetz, S. 2, 12, 48, 323
degree of interdependency 273, 276, 278, 283
task uncertainty 273
DeGreene, K. B. 553
DeHaven-Smith, Lance 65
Deleuze, G. 126, 128, 130, 185
Dembo, T. 433
Deming, W. E. 546
Demsetz, H. 331, 377
Denison, D. 399
Dennard, Linda 74
Dennison, Henry Sturgis 168
density dependence model 359, 367
theory 358
Dent, Mike 228
dependent-independent 97, 583
Derrida, Jacques 74, 126, 128, 211, 222, 230, 528
Derridean turn 225
Descartes, R. 117
Determinism 231, 294
determinist approach 290
determinist/structuralist 296
deterministic 295
di Leonardo, M. 601
(p. 628) dichotomies 25, 223
Dickson, William 71, 191, 311
Dijksterhuis, M. S. 98
Dilthey, W. 67, 319
DiMaggio, P. J. 119, 346, 357, 381, 571
‘disciplined debate’ 30
‘discipline research’ see ‘conclusion-oriented research’
“dis-enchanted world” world 495
discursive practices 612
diversification 46–7, 122, 348–9
divisionalization 47
Djelic, Marie-Laurie 189
DNA 70, 619
Dobbin, Frank 10, 193, 199
Dohrn-van Rossum, Gerhard 156
domination or Herrschaft 381
Donaldson, L. 3, 43, 296, 317, 345, 543, 550, 574, 575
Donnellon, Anne 74
Dore, R. 612
Douma, Syste 374
Dowling, M. 320
Downs, A. 292, 331, 334–35
Drazin, R. 118, 120, 327, 347
Dreeben, Robert 152
Dreyfuss, H. C. 458, 467
Drucker, Peter 122, 491, 550
Dryzek, John S. 70
Du Bois 224
Duguid, P. 11, 403, 458
Dukerich, J. 76
Duncan, R. B. 576
Dunford, R. 361
Dunkerley, David 49, 203, 319, 323, 411, 554
Dupaquier, Jacques 153
Durkheim, Émile 40, 42, 44, 314, 327
Dussauge, P. 586
Dutton, J. 76, 462, 464
Dvora, Yanov 17
Dworkin, R. 334
Dyas, Gareth P. 47, 429
dynamic capabilities 574
‘dynamical chaotic systems’ 609
E
East Asia 493
Ebers, Mark 383
Eccles, R. G. 552
Eco, Umberto 239
ecological niche 47–8
‘ecological’ style of analysis 11
‘economic habitus’ 381
Edmondson, Ricca 254
‘educational style’ 21
Edwards, John Richard 152, 203
efficiency-based perspectives 366–7
Egypt 146–8, 163
Ehrenzweig, A. 129
Eisenhardt, K. 333, 429, 582
Eisenman, M. 5
Einstein, A. 116, 125
Elbourne, Edward Tregaskiss 154, 167–9
‘elective affinity’ 540
Elfring, T. 588
Ellis, P. 425
Elster, John 52–3, 292, 334
emancipatory interest 19, 100–1, 103–4, 322
Emerson, Harrington 191
emic (insider) 25, 393
Emirbayer, M. 292, 300–1
empirical-analytic science 105. 108
scientists 105
empirio-criticism 64, 65
engineering-managerial discourse 186
engineer-managers 189
England 151, 153, 384, 437
Engles, Frederick 155
Engström, Yrjö 76, 430
enlightenment period 151
entitative conception 115
epistemological angst 90
assumptions 2
basic assumption 317
debates 2
developments 2
status 3
epistemology 393, 479
Erlandson, David A. 79
Escobar, A. 601, 603
espirit de corps 165, 168
Ethiopia 599, 602–5
‘ethnocentric’ 91
ethnographic style 253–4
ethos 243
etic (outsider) 25, 393
etic-emic balance 401
Etzioni, Amitai 52
Europe 24, 63, 72, 134, 153, 157, 159, 194, 212, 216, 217, 220, 278, 381, 485, 534
Evans, Martin G. 48
Evans-Pritchard, E. 399
(p. 629) event-cluster 128
Evered, R. 319
evolutionary 378
evolutionary positivism 64
evolutionary theory 579
explanandum 315
explanans 315
external, objective phenomenon 361
‘eye-wandering’ 129
Ezzamel, M. A. 53, 552
F
Fabian, J. 600
factual judgments 245
Fairchild, G. 14
Falco, Maria J. 65
Falk, A. 331.334
Fama, Eugene 377
Fanon, F. 218
Farrell, S. 214
Fay, Brian 66
Fayol, Henri 167–8
Feenberg, Andrew 193
Fehr, E. 330–1
Fein, L. C. 363
Feldman, Mantha S. 79, 618
feminist methodology 220
‘feminist theory’ (FT) 211
fengshui 539
Ferguson, Kathie 230, 503
Fernand Braudel 135
Ferree, Myra Marx 216
Feyerabend, P. 50, 319, 324
figure-ground organization 468
Filmer, Paul 66
Finch, H. L. 611, 614
Fine, G. 405
Fineman, Stephen 78, 609
Fiol, C. M. 575
Fischer, F. 109
Fish, Stanley 69
Fisher, P. 117, 225
‘fit’ 348
Flax, Jane 214, 220
Fleetwood, S. 300, 528
Fleming, P. 413
flexible or impatient capitalism 508
‘Flexibility’ 97
Fligstein, Neil 47, 384
‘flip side’ 297
Flood, Merle M. 144
Flores, F. 9, 457, 459, 469
‘formal organizations’ 171
Foucauldian turn 225
Foucault, M. 107, 130, 152, 186, 229, 240, 495, 537, 541, 600
Fournier, Valerie 197, 203
Fox, Stephen 227
fragmentation trap 263
fragmented adhocracy 274
France 47, 63, 151, 159, 164, 534
Frank, T. 454, 502
Fraser, Jil Andresky 496
‘free market’ ideology 190
Freedman, D. H. 97
Freeland, Robert 384
French Revolution, 156
frequent management fads 175
Freud, Sigmund 51
Freudian and Lacanian psychoanalysis 134
Freundlieb, D. 107
Friedman, Milton 42, 331, 492
Friesen, P. H. 586
Friessen, P. H. 121
Fritz, Roethlisberger 455
Frost, P. J. 10, 72–3, 119, 393, 413, 543
Fukuyama, F. 507
‘functional management’ 167
functionalism 40, 44, 52, 60, 313–14, 326–7, 330
functionalist see functionalism
functionalist rationale 46
theory 47, 318
G
Gabriel, Y. 10, 436
Gächter, S. 330
Gadamer, H. G. 67, 320
Gagliardi, P. 72–3
Galbraith, Jay 199, 202
Galtung, Johan 42
Galunic, D. C. 580, 582
Gambetta, P. 507
Game, Ann 217
game theoretical 378
game theory 333
Gamson, William A. 190
Gantt, Henry 191
Gardiner, C. 454, 457, 486
Garfinkel, H. 68, 469, 540
Garud, R. 583, 618
(p. 630) Gash, D. 393
Gaudemar, J. P. 542, 555
Gaus, John M. 169
Geertz, Clifford 69, 254, 399–400, 403–5
Geisteswissenschaften (human sciences) 319
Germany 63, 159, 164, 189, 247, 487
‘gender’ 210
gender/organization relationship 219
genealogical analysis 186
general social theory 295
general-explicit theory 462, 472
generative 14
gentlemanly capitalism 508
George, Claude S. Jr. 78, 149, 150
Gephart, R. P. 396
Gergen, K. 3, 14
German Idealist movement 66
Germany 43, 63, 164
Gerth, H. H. 136, 195
Geuss, R. 434, 435
Gherardi, Silvia 10, 76, 221, 223, 401, 609
Ghoshal, S. 356
Gibbons, M. 11, 30, 544, 553
Giddens, A. 8, 210, 298, 318, 429, 507
Gierke, Otto Frederick Von 159
Gilbert, D. R. Jr. 311
Gill, J. 428, 553, 604
Gillett, Grant 50, 612
Gilligan, Carol 217
Gingell, W. R. 148
Gioia, Melchiorre 149, 312, 413, 454
Gispen, Kees 189
Glick, W. H. 311
global economy perspective 602
Godfrey, P. 10
Goffman, Erving 68, 74, 253
Golden-Biddle, Karen 77, 79, 367
Goldie, P. 505
Goodman, Nelson 239
Goodnow, J. 397
Gordon, G. 466
Gottlieb, A. 503
Gouldner, A. W. 99, 193–4, 196, 295, 380
Grafton-Small, R. 414
Graicunas, V. A. 169
Grandori, A. 265
Granovetter, M. 10, 356, 381–2, 385
Grant, R. M. 10, 574
Gray, Barbara 74
Grazman, D. N. 583
Greco-Roman law 157
Greece 114, 146, 534
Green, D. P. 334, 573
Greenhouse, Steven 496
Greenwood, R. 367, 550, 571
Gregory, Kathleen L. 73
Greider, W. 502
Gresov, C. 318, 327–9, 347, 574, 582, 586
Grey, Chris 197, 203
Griffin, D. 10, 134
Grimes, A. J. 318, 320–3
Grint, K. 604
Grinyer, Peter H. 43
grounded theory 72, 508
grupos economicos 382
Gruzinski, Sesge 218
Guattari, F. 126, 128, 130, 185
Guillen, M. F. 3, 184, 189
Guillet de Monthoux 74
Guje, Sevón 203, 250
Gulick, Luther 144, 169, 191
Gunter, P. A. Y. 128
Gusfield, Joseph 76
Gutjahr, Edouard 157, 167
H
Habermas, J. 7, 89–90, 318, 435
Habermasian (transcendental)
preoccupation 107
Habermasian typology of knowledge 19
habitus 381
Hackman, J. R. 311, 464
Hadley, E. 514
Hage, J. 311
Hahn, H. 316
Hales, M. 91
‘halfway rationalization’ 92
Hall, R. H. 148
Hambrick, D. C. 312
Hamel, G. 582
Hamilton, R. T. 47, 50, 53, 381
Han, Shin-Kap 377
Handlungsresultate 310
Handlungszusammenhang, 310
Handy, C. 569
Hannan, Michael T. 47–9, 53, 118, 276, 296, 346
Hansen, M. T. 581, 587
Haraway, Donna 227
Hardin, G. 334
Harding, Sandra 65, 220, 224
Hardy, C. 48, 223, 311, 413, 537
Harlow, E. 227
Harrari, Josué V. 239
(p. 631) Harré, Rom 50, 222, 394, 528–9, 612
Harris, Marvin 40, 302
Hart, K. 507
Hartsock, Nancy C. M. 65, 217
Haslett, D. W. 502
Hassard, John 230, 266, 324, 413, 432
Hatch, M. J. 73–4, 76, 77, 404
Haunschild, P. R. 363
Haveman, H. A. 363, 382
Hawkesworth, M. E. 65, 220
Hawthorn, Geoffrey 194
Hawthorne 460
Hawthorne experiments 97
Hays, Samuel P. 188
Hearn, Jeff 217, 219, 227
Hechter, M. 331
Hedberg, B. 575–6
Hedström, Peter 382
Hegel, G. W. F. 53, 481
Heidegger, M. 320
Heilbroner, R. 14
Hekman, Susan 214
Held, D. 318
Heldke, Lisa 65
Hempel, C. G. 314
Henderson, R. 586
Heraclitean ontology of becoming 115
Heraclitus 114
hermeneutic circle 68
hermeneutics 3, 55
Herrschaft 195
Hesterley, W. 331
hetero/homosexuality dualism 227
heuristic device 107, 192, 199
Heydebrand, Wolf 164
Hickson, D. J. 43, 97, 345, 350, 542
Hierarchies and hybrids 355
‘high velocity’ workplaces 103
Hiley, B. 126, 134
Hill, Charles W. L. 53
Hilmer, F. G. 543, 550
Hilton, K. 53, 56
Himmelfarb, G. 507, 515
Hindess, B. 293
Hinings, C. R. 345, 350, 571
Hirsch, Paul S. 73, 348, 381
Hirschhorn, L. 502
Hirschman, A. O. 518
Hisaeda 158
‘historical-hermeneutic’ 99
‘historical-hermeneutic’ sciences 100
historical sociology 289
history-dependent organism 145, 160
Hitt, M. A. 349
‘Hobson's choice’ 300
Hodgkin, J. E. 487
Hodson, R. 403
Hofstede, Geert 73
Holland, J. H. 585
Holliday, Ruth 230
Hollis, M. 292, 312, 327
Holvino, Evangelina 226
Homans, G. 292
Hong Kong 43, 539
Höpfl, Leather 74, 78, 244
Horkheimer, M. 90, 92
Hoskin 152
Hoskisson, R. E. 349
Hounshell, David A 187
House, R. J. 364
Hrebiniak, L. G. 575
Huber, Mary Taylor 155, 281, 311, 575, 586
H¨hn, Peter 238
Humanistic-interpretive researchers 429
scholars 429
‘humanists’ 26
Hume, D. 121
Hummel, Ralph D. 77
Hunt, D. 312
Hunter, John E. 51, 507, 513, 516
Hurka, J. 519
Husserl, E. 319
Hutchins, E. 610
Hutton, W. 508
‘hybrid forums’ 30
hybrid structures 354
hybridization 218
‘hyperflexible workplaces’ 103
hypothetico-deductive activity 50
I
‘ideal speech’ 30
‘ideal-type’ 163, 172
ideal-world conditions 4
ideationalist 48
approach 57
phenomenon 46
anti-postivism 48
type 45
imaginative perception and perceptive imagination 76
‘impatient capitalism’ 28
‘imperative control’ (or ‘imperative coordination’) 608
(p. 632) implementation 200, 423, 425, 431, 436, 441, 445–7, 549
Imre Lakatos 269
‘information processing’ 202
‘information reduction’ strategies 202
incremental improvements (single loop learning) 575
India 40, 43, 146, 148
inductive-statistical explanation (IS) 316
inductivism 3
industrial or organizational sociology 527
organization 572
organization approach 572
Industrial Relations 203, 527
infanticide 40
Information technology (IT) 544
Ingersoll, Virginia Hill 73
Ingold, T. 128, 132–3
Ingram, Helen 70
Ingram, P. 583
in-principle discussions 152
insignificant ‘ground’ 129
institutional isomorphism 362, 364
rules are ‘rationalized myths’ 361
theories 571
instrumentalist epistemology 54
‘intellectual structure’ 263
inter alia 50, 505
inter-firm networks 92, 102
intermediate forms (hybrids) 332
‘internal organization’ 201
interpretive approaches to science 63
perspectives 71
interpretive philosophies 64–5, 68, 70, 79
Science 63
sociology 71, 74
interpretivism 18–19, 23, 299, 318, 322, 325–6, 335
intraorganization evolution or micro-evolution 582
‘investor capitalism’ 477, 498
ions 292
Iraq 470, 472
Ireland 151
Irigaray, Luce 214
‘iron cage’ 164, 487
‘irrationalism’ 91
Isabella, L. A. 318, 321
Isajiw, Wscvolod W. 53
Iser, Woltgay 238
isolationism 266
Italy 47, 80, 151, 159, 534
J
Jack, Gavin 220
Jackall, R. 508
Jackson, N. 3, 6, 336, 432
Jacobson, Sarah 74
Janis, I. L. 311
Japan 47, 382, 406, 493, 547, 612
Jaques, Elliott 71, 173
Jay, M. 93
Jeffcut, P. 414
Jennings, P. 47, 65
Jensen, M. C. 311, 333, 377, 492–93
Jewish Kabbala 249
Jick, T. D. 121
Joas, H. 318
John Wilkins 117
Johnson, P. 428, 449
‘joint-stock companies’ 158
Jones, M. O. 72, 324, 547
Jonsson, S. 575–76
Jordan 43
Josephson, Matthew 481
Joyce, W. F. 575
K
Kaghan, W. 3, 5
Kahn, Robert L. 199
Kain, Philip J. 482
Kalberg, Stephen 195
Kallinikos, Jannis 152
Kanter, R. M. 121
Kanter, Stein 121
Karim, S. 586
Karnoe, P. 618
Kaspersen, L. 298
Katz, Daniel 199
Kaufman, Herbert 72
Keat, R. 528
keiretsu 382
Keller, Robert T. 46, 56
Kelly, J. 91
Kennedy, Allen A. 73, 119
Kenner, H. 117
Kerfoot, Deborah 227
Kern, S. 125
Kersting, W. 329, 334
Khandwalla, Pradeep N. 46–7, 575
Kieser, A. 10, 550, 552, 587
Kilduff, M. 324, 467
(p. 633) Killick, J. R. 159
Kilmann, Ralph K. 73, 399
Kim, J. 568
Kimball, Dexter Simpson 167
Kimberly, John R. 276
Kimmel, M. 227
Kincaid, Harold 49, 52–3
King, Katie 227
Kitayama, S. 402
Klein, H. K. 89, 502
Knight, Frank 375
Knights, David 73, 106
Knopoff, K. 224
Knorr, Cetina K. 3, 220
know-how 457
know-that 457
‘knowledge/management’ dyad 527
Knudsen, C. 1, 15–16
Kofman, M. 618
Kolakowski, L. 109
Kondo, D. 406
Kondratieff, N. D. 553
Kondylis, P. 329, 334
Kono 547
Korn, J. 570
Koza, M. P. 573, 580, 582
Kreiner, Kristian 73
Kreps, D. M. 334, 379, 383
Kroeber, A. C. 132
Kuc, B. 43
Kuhn, T. S. 20, 50, 68, 262
Kukla, R. F. 428
Kunda, G. 10, 73, 188, 398, 553
Kunneman, H. 317
Kupperman, J. 505
Kynaston, D. 508–9, 512
L
‘labour force’ 212–13
Laclau, E. 108
Lakatos, I. 50
Lamoreaux, Naomi R. 158–9
Lampel, J. 271
Lamphere, L. 400
Lance Sandelands 461
Lane, Frederick C. 149, 502, 575
Lanham, Richard R. 237, 250
Lant, T. K. 575, 579–80
Laski, Harold J. 159
Latin America 156, 382, 493
Latour, B. 3, 65, 68, 188, 196, 228, 238, 254, 257, 265, 539
Laudon, Kenneth 155, 170
Law, John 158
Lawler, E. E. 5, 11
Lawrence, Paul R. 42, 44, 199, 311, 347, 574, 575
Layder, D. 298, 302, 305
‘lean’ paradigm 547
Learned, E. P. 574
least-cost supply 354
Lebenswelt 66
Lechner, F. J. 327–8
Lee, G. 157, 350
Leiter, B. 517
Leonard-Barton, D. 574
Lepenies, Wolf 239–41
Letiche, H. 414
leverage 300, 304, 573
Levi, M. 507
Levin, D. 348
Levinthal, D. A. 264, 574, 579, 584
Levitt, B. 574, 580–81
Levy, D. M. 469
Lewin, A. C. 89, 97, 122, 264, 312, 433, 460, 568, 569, 573, 582
Lewin's maxim 464
Lewis 168
Donaldson, Lex 16, 318
Leydesdorff, L. A. 544
‘liberating alternatives’ 424
Lieberson, S. 349
Life cycle and punctuated equilibrium theories
Likert, Rensis 184, 311
‘limited pluralism’ 264
Lindberg, D. C. 121
Lindblom, C. E. 482
linguistic artifacts 72, 76
‘linguistic-narrative-rhetorical-reflexive’ 76
Linstead, S. 74, 78, 401, 414
Lippman, S. L. 574
Litchfield, Edward H. 168
literary theory 71, 76, 78, 240
litotes 237
Lloyd, G. 600
‘local truths’ 23
Locke, Karen 77, 79, 184, 189, 203, 367
Lodahl, J. 466
‘logic of invention’ 28
logical positivism 42–3, 49–52, 65
logos 243
Long, C. P. 569, 575
Longino, Helen 65
‘long-wave’ account 554
(p. 634) ‘long-wave’ narrative 553
long-wave theory 553
loose conceptualization 364
‘loosely coupled’ 130
‘lordship and bondage’ 483
Loptson, P. 503–4, 513
Lorber, J. 214
Lorbiecki, Anna 220
Lorsch, Jay W. 42, 44, 199, 311, 347, 574–5
Louis, M. R. 73, 319, 469
Luce, D. 333
Luckmann, T. 41, 50, 68, 74, 119, 193, 203, 295, 327, 360, 363, 384
Lukács 193
Lukes, S. 537
Lupton, T. 345
Lyles, M. A. 575
Lyotard, J. F. 106, 127, 197, 325, 545
Lyytinen, K. J. 89
M
Macdonald, K. M. 345
Machen, Arthur W. Jr. 159
Machlup, Fritz 155
Maclntyre, A. 3, 6, 256, 503, 612
macro perspectives 357
macro phenomena see macro organizational phenomena
macro-organizational phenomena 2, 52
Macve, Richard H. 152
Madan, P. 5
Madden, E. H. 528
Mahoney, Joseph T. 47
Maier, C. S. 543
mainstream see malestream Maki, U. 271
malestream 224, 232
Malinowski, B. 399
Malone, M. S. 569
‘management’ 175
management science 90
management-employee relationships 173
‘managerial capitalism’ 485, 498
managerial hierarchies 43
Mandler, G. 469
Mangham, Ian L. 246
Mannari, Hiroshi 43
Mannheim, Karl 164
Manning, Detor K. 76
Marceau, J. 203
March, James G. 10, 174, 184, 200, 248, 264, 292, 334, 375, 426, 477, 570, 572–6, 587
Marcus, Alan 195, 254, 395, 400
Marglin, Stephen A. 203
marionette theory 551
Mark A. 24, 159
‘market failures’ 201
‘market rules’ 243
Markus, H. 402
Marschak, Jacobs 174, 375
Marsden, R. 14, 529
Marsh, Robert M. 43
Marshak, Thomas 379
Marshall, Alfred 156, 164, 216, 375
Marshall, J. 224
Martin, Joanne 3, 10, 25, 73, 74, 216, 224–5, 255, 393, 403, 428
Martin, Patricia 228
Marx, Karl 135, 154, 481
Marxism 2, 295, 532
Marxist feminism 217
Marxist feminist theory 216
Mary, Jo Hatch 17
‘master and servant’ 483
Mason, T. E. 571–2
Massachusetts 151
Masuch, M. 348, 351
Maynard-Moody, Steven 77
Mayo, Elton 224
McArthur, T. 117
McCarthy, Thomas A. 64
McClelland, D. C. 51
McCloskey, Deirdre N. 21, 77, 239, 257
McDaniel, R. R. Jr. 458
McDonald, Seonaidh 76
McGrath, J. E. 425, 428
McKelvey, B. 14, 582–3, 586–7
McKinley, W. 3, 267, 277, 279, 345–6, 360
McLuhan, M. 116
McMillan, C. J. 43
McSweeney, B. 614
Mead, George Hebert 68
Means, Gardiner C. 159, 184
mechanical system 150
Meckling, W. H. 311, 333, 378, 492–3
Megill, Allan 239, 324
Mehra, A. 324, 466–7
meiosis 237
Melin, L. 393
Melucci, Alberto 230
Menand, Louis 65
Mentzer, M. S. 361
Merkle, Judith A. 149, 151, 154
(p. 635) Merton, R. 40, 165, 171, 184, 197, 327, 356
Mesopotamia 146
meta-assumptions 6
meta-theoretical accounts 3
attempts 2
issues 4
lens 570
quandaries 7
reflection 1, 3
‘Methodenstreit’ 193
methodological basic assumption 317
individualism 330
Methodology of Scientific Research Programs (MSRP) 269
métissage 218
Meyer, J. W. 43, 243, 276, 311, 346, 383
Meyerson, D. 73, 409
Mezias, John M. 170, 575, 579
Michels, Robert 157, 184
micro organization theories 360
micro vs. macro approaches 3
micro-macro coevolution 573
mechanisms 333
middle-range concept 300
Mignolo, W. D. 600
Milberg, W. 14
Miles, R. E. 569, 575
Milgrom, P. 331
Mill, John Stuart 314
Miller, D. E 65, 76, 121, 188, 485, 573, 586
Milliken, E J. 458
Mills, C. W. 136, 195, 219, 224
Milton 492
mimetic isomorphism 362
Miner, John 5, 463, 575
Mintzberg, H. 119, 271, 311, 469, 537–8, 575
Miranti, Paul J. Jr. 157
Mirowski, P. 3, 160, 379
Mische, A. 292
Mississippi 151
Misztal, B. A. 507
Mitchell, W. 586
Mizruchi, M. S. 363, 382
MLP network 102
Moch, M. 398
Modleski, Tania 65
‘modern bureaucracy’ 163
modus operandi 122
Mohanty, C. T. 600
Mohr, John W. 184
Moldoveanu, M. C. 13
Mone, M. A. 3, 24, 239, 267, 277, 279, 345–6, 363
Monin, Nanettu 239
monopolistic 164
Moon, G. 6, 279, 346, 363
Mooney, James 157, 191
Moore, L. F. 72
moral system 150
Moran, P. 356
Morel, B. 609
Morgan, G. 2, 40, 266, 278, 296, 312, 411, 428, 431, 541, 549, 552
Morgenstern, O. 333, 379
Morin, E. 545
Morrill, C. 405
Morris, M. 398, 402
Morrow, R. A. 318
Mouffe, C. 108
Mowday, R. T. 5, 11
Mueller, C. 569
Müller-Freienfels, Wolfram 377
Mumby, P. 120, 126, 214, 225, 311
Myerson, R. B. 333
Myrdal, Gunnan 482
N
Nagel, E. 316
Naive empiricism 531
Natter, W. 324
natural science approach (naturalism) 314, 319
naturalist science 16
‘natural systems’ 191
naturalistic, humanistic, interpretive (NHI) approaches 430–1
nature/culture dichotomy 214
negating perspectives 192
negative form 129
‘negative virtue’ 479, 485–6, 492, 498
Nelson, John S. 238
Nelson, R. R. 379, 573, 575, 580–1
neo-Aristotelianism 3
neo-contingency model 347–9
‘neo-disciplinarity’ 29, 532, 533–4
neo-Kantian philosophy 192
Nerkar, A. 583
Neumann, J. V. 333, 379
(p. 636) Neurath, O. 316
new capitalist ideology 383
‘new organizational forms’ (NOFs) 18, 88, 89–90, 93, 97–99, 102–3, 569, 586
‘New World’ 185, 512
New Zealand 47, 151
Newell, Edmund 152
Newton, Tim 220
‘Newtonian style’ 10–11
Nicholson, Linda 212
Nicholson, N. 516
Nicolini, Davide 76
Nielsen, Richard P. 27–8, 476, 482
Nietzschean or postmodernist position 106
Nisbet, R. 295
Nkomo, S. 3, 609
nominalist 54
Nonaka, I. 122, 569, 574, 615
non-local causality 130
non-locality 126, 134
non-positivist approaches 48
non-relativist methodological framework 265
non-social objects 8
Nord, W. R. 48, 89, 223–24, 278, 311–12, 393, 396, 411
‘normative’ ethics 482
normative isomorphism 362
science 42
‘normative’ questions 28
Norris, C. 319, 324–5
North America 2, 159
North American Theory of Organizations (NATO) 184, 203
North Atlantic Theories of Organization (NATO) 533
notions of organizational symbolism 72
Nowotny, H. 11, 30
NS OED 239, 242–3
Numagami, T. 15
Nussbaum, M. C. 464
O
‘outsight’ 52
‘objective and positive knowledge’ 186
‘objective justice’ 165
O'Connor, Ellen S. 77, 239
O'Leary, Ted 188
O'Reilly, C. 405
O'Reilly, I. 576
Oakeshott, Michael 242, 257
Odella, Francesca 76
‘old hat’ 89, 105
‘old world’ (‘ancient regime’) 185, 560
Oliver, C. 277, 359, 573
Olsen, Johan P. 10, 250, 292, 334, 609
Olson, M. 292, 334
Ong, Walter J. 152
on-the-job experience 152
ontological assumptions 50, 54
ontological basic assumption 317, 320
ontological claim 54, 63
‘ontological interpretation’ 126
ontological turn’ 528, 530, 532, 534
Oppenheim, P. 314–15
‘open field’ 136
‘open systems’ 191, 241
Oppenheimer, A. 482
Optimality 331, 334
organization behaviour 2
organization development (OD) 226
-level issues 360
-level phenomena 360
-theoretic writings 161
organizational adaptation 46, 56, 358–9, 569
defensive routines 437, 440–2, 445
downsizing 361, 364
ecology 47–9, 568–9, 589
effectiveness 45, 108, 209, 366, 416
phenomena 2, 15–17, 23, 27, 30, 51, 218, 310, 312, 336, 438, 478–79, 608–9
portfolio theory 56–7
positivism 46–8, 51, 57
scholars 199, 224, 352, 363, 365, 411
(p. 637)
sexuality 217, 227
size 16, 43, 46, 52, 347–49
sociology 48, 53
structure 5, 16, 42, 46, 56, 148, 167, 173, 275. 317. 333, 349. 358, 361, 375, 608, 614
Orlikowski, W. J. 618
Orr, J. 458, 610
orthodox realism 28, 531
Osigweh, C. A. B. 268
Osterloh, M. 318–19
Ostrom, E. 334
Ott, Friedrich von 150
Ottensmeyer, Edward 74
Ouchi, William 73, 332, 353–4, 374, 408
Outhwaite, W. 312, 314, 318–9, 528
owner-managers 480
P
Pacanowsky, Michael E. 73
Packer, M. J. 467–8
Paetzold, R. L. 267–8
Palmer, G. 47, 361
Pandemonium 246–7
paradigm closure 266
‘paradigm incommensurability’ 5, 412–13
parametric relationships 333
Park, D. Y. 574, 582, 586
Parker, M. 324
Parkin, W. 217, 219, 222
Parsonian interpretation 186
Parsons, T. 40, 171, 193, 195–6, 199, 547
participant-observer 406
duality 7
Pasmore, W. A. 312
Passmore, John 65
patriarchal power relations 110
Pavan, Robert J. 47
Peng, K. 402
Pennings, J. M. 350
Penrose, Edith T. 174, 574
Pérez, C. 553
‘perfect systematization’ 188
Perrow, C. 119, 243, 355, 379, 385, 472
Peteraf, M. A. 574
Peters, Thomas 73, 97, 426, 552, 554–55, 562
Petroski, Henry 153
Pettigrew, A. 5, 52, 122, 569, 580, 583
‘Pfefferdigms’ 412
Pfeffer, Jeffrey 2, 47, 202, 255, 276, 311, 345, 349, 382, 412, 537
phenomenological-pragmatist idea 74
Phenomenologists 66
phenomenology 66
Pheysey, D. G. 345
Phillips, N. 3, 40, 49
philosophical basic assumption 317
philosophy, sociology and history of science 3
physical artifacts 73
Piccone, Stella 212
Pickering, A. 3, 53
PIMS database 586
Pinch, T. 219
Piore, Michael 383
Pisano, G. 574
Pitre, E. 312, 321
Plummer, K. 318
Poland 43, 247
Polanyi, M. 7, 69, 127, 134, 262, 615
‘policy research’ see ‘decision-oriented research’
‘political’ and ‘personal’ realms 216
Polkinghorne, D. E. 65–6, 466
Pollard, Sidney 154
Polley, D. 469
polycentric oligarchy 22, 274
Pondy, Louis R. 72, 76
Poole, M. S. 121, 284, 311
Popper, Karl 50, 271, 314, 539, 616
population density 47, 359–60
ecology 357
perspective 358
school 357
theory 571
Porpora D. 301
Porter, M. E. 364, 572
Portugal 151, 534
positive science 39, 42
positivism 18, 39, 40, 48
positivist see positivism
approach 39
epistemology 14
organizational theory 44, 48
philosopher-scientists 66
studies of strategy and structure 46
‘post-bureaucratic’ 89
post-colonial feminism see Third Word feminism
studies 218
Poster M. 106
(p. 638) post-Fordist economy 383
post-industrial concept 550
postmodern imperative 114
metaphysics 114
philosophy 3
theorists 19
Postmodernism 91
post-structuralist analysis 214
feminist theory 217
Powell, W. W. 119, 345, 381, 571
power/knowledge 536
relations 230
practical activity 4
‘practical reason’ 3
practice 457
pragmatism 3, 65
Prahalad, C. K. 574
Pratten, S. 301
‘prejudgements’ 9
pre-modern traditions 92
prescriptive approach 312
present-at-hand 468
pre-theoretical praxis 9
Prigogine, I. 126, 134, 607
Principal agency theory 333
principle-behavior links 480
Pringle, Rosemary 217
problem-solving heuristics 282
capacity 282
Progressive Era 188
prolepsis 243
property rights perspectives 378
Prosch Harry 69
Prusack, L. 545
Prussia 151, 165, 481
psychoanalysis 436
psychoanalytic feminist theory 216
public choice theory 292
Pugh, D. S. 97, 317, 345
Pullberg, S. 41
Putnam, L. L. 73, 225, 443, 508
Putterman, Louis 375
Pym, D. 413
Q
qualitative approaches 3
quantum theory 458
‘quasi-transcendental’ 105
‘quasi-transcendental’ 94
Q sort task 405
R
Rabinow, P. 64, 190
Rachels, J. 503
radical change 2, 576, 578
radical feminist theory 216
radical innovation (double loop earning) 575
Radner, Roy 375
Raiffa, H. 333
Ramanujam, R. 609
Ramsay, H. 553
Randolph, W. A. 347
Rasmussen, J. 469
Rassekh, Farhad 479, 492
Rathenau, Walther 159
rational choice theory (RCT) 23, 292, 326
rationality 202
‘raw capitalism’ 512
Raub, W. 333
‘ready-to-hand’ mode 27
real world 453
reality-constituting and reality-maintaining character of organization 132
realpolitik 562
real-world projects 4
‘reciprocal typifications’ 363
reductionism/behaviourist individualism 293
reductionist move 290
Reed, Michael 14, 223, 265, 266, 276, 291, 413, 532
‘reflective dialogue’ 15
‘reflexivity’ 211
Reichardt, C. 396
Reification 394
Reile, Alan C. 157, 169, 171, 191
Rein, Martin 76
Reinhard, Marcel R. 153
Relationism 299
relationist/realist 299
approach 302
‘relevant’ 5
repertoire 222
representationalist epistemology 117
reputational organizations 272
Rescher, N. 128
research interest 311
‘resource dependence’ perspective 202
resource dependence theory 349, 357, 573
Rex, John 41
‘revolutionary style’ 21
(p. 639) rhetorical-political reasons 79
‘rhetorical repertoire’ 239
rhizome 185
Richardson, J. 517
‘rich get richer’ cycle 351
Ricoeur, Paul 67
Rindova, Violina P. 146–8
Robbins, S. 119
Robert Boyle 116
Roberts, Karlene 10, 75, 331, 336, 583, 614
Robey.D. 586
Robinson, V. 426
Rodrigues, S. 539
Roe, M. J. 10
Roethlisberger, F. J. 71, 191, 311, 460
Rogers, E. 540
Romanelli, E. 121, 569, 573, 576
Rorty, R. 129, 230–1, 249, 257, 324, 396, 547, 614
Rosaldo, M. 400
Rosch, E. 611
Rosen, Michael 73, 252, 398, 429, 430
Rosenberg, Alexander 52, 312, 326, 403, 502, 616, 617
Rosenberger, N. R. 612
Rosenkopf, L. 583
Ross, Dorothy 193–5, 493
Rousseau, D. 393, 399, 405, 407
Rowan, B. 276, 311, 361, 383
Roy, William G. 186
‘royal domain’ 148
Rubin, Michael Rogers 155
Rubin, Gayle 212
Rumelt, R. P. 47, 574
Runciman, W. G. 295
Runkel, M. 455
Runkel, P. J. 455
Russia 151, 247
Rust, K. G. 349, 361, 363–4
S
Sabel, Charles 383
Sabherwal, R. 586
Sahlins, M. 397, 403
Saint-Simon, Claude-Henri de Ronoroy 156
Salancik, G. R. 118, 202, 349, 350, 382, 573
Salgado, Susan Reilly 170
Salmon, W. 314, 316
Samuelson, Paul 375
Sanchez, C. M. 361, 363
Sandelands, L. E. 118, 120, 453–5, 460–61, 465
Sanders, A. 516
Sanderson, S. W. 586
Saraceno, Chiara 212
Saussure, F. De. 127
Saxenian, Annalee 383
Saxton, Mary J. 73, 399
Sayer, A. 7–8, 301, 305
Schatzki, T. R. 324, 611–12
Schein, E. 73, 75, 119, 407
Scherer, A. G. 2, 23, 277, 310, 312, 317, 323, 346
Schick, A. G. 361, 363
Schlagel, Richard H. 50
Schmidt, Frank L. 51
Schmidt, Vivien 74
Schneck, R. E. 350
Schneider, Anne Larason 70
Schoenherr, P. A. 43
Schoenherr, A. 296
Schoenwald, R. 136
scholar-consultants 449
Schön, D. 75, 438, 454, 575
‘schooling’ 346
Schoonhoven, C. B. 347
Schotter, Andrew 379
Schreuder, Hein 374
Schreyögg, G. 41, 320
Schroeder, R. G. 469
Schultz, M. 73, 76, 359
Schumpeter, J. A. 160, 283–4, 374, 384, 553, 569
Schütz, A. 41, 67, 73, 76, 319
‘scientific’ assertions 28
scientific knowledge 425
‘scientistic style’ 21
Scott, W. R. 10, 118, 184, 281, 329, 334, 346, 379, 428
Scudder, G. D. 469
searching for new research programs (revolutionary science) 279
Searle, J. R. 14, 300
Seashore, Stanley E. 199
Sebag, L. 403
Secord, Paul F. 528–29
Segal, Howard P. 195
selection 47
mechanism 47
-adaptation research 574
Selective Service System 173
‘self-formation process’ 94
self-regard 331
-similarity 130
Selznick, Philip 71–2, 165, 171–3, 200
semantic instability’ 125
(p. 640) semantic judgments 245
Sennett, R. 503, 519
‘sense data’ 66
Serbia 151
Sergiovanni, Thomas J. 73
Serpa, R. 73, 399
Serres, M. 128
‘sex-gender system’ 212
sexual desire see cathexis
Shafritz, Jay M. 150
Shapin, S. 116
Shapira, Z. 250
Shapiro, G. 517
Shapiro, I. 334
‘shareholder value’ 513
Sharpe, William F. 56
Shaw, P. 10
Shenhav, Y. 3, 154, 167, 184, 186–90, 196–8, 201
Shenoy, S. 43
Shepard, H. A. 576
Shergill, G. S. 47, 53, 56
Sherman, N. 503–4
Shoham, Y. 445
Shotter, John 74
Shrivastava, P. 318
Shuen, A. 574
Sibbet, D. 557
Siehl, Karen 73
significant ‘figure’ 129
Silverman, D. 13, 48, 49, 71, 120, 211, 252, 320, 411
Simmel, Georg 253, 255
Simmons, V. M. 76
Simon, H. A. 42, 56, 144, 161, 170, 174, 184, 200, 292, 331, 335, 349, 375, 477, 488, 495
Simpson, Dick 66
sine qua non 118, 527
Singh, J. V. 364, 367, 570, 579, 580, 583
single-lens perspectives 579
-theme explanations 579
‘situational imperatives’ 19
Skinner, Burrhus E 50
Smart, B. 318
Smelser, Neil 380
Smircich, Linda 3, 10, 21, 72, 214, 318, 360, 393, 404, 431
Smith, Adam 76, 149, 443, 479, 493
Smithburg, Donald W. 172
Smith-Doerr, Laurel 382
‘smug protectionism’ 413
Snook, S. 470–1
Snow, C. C. 569, 575
Snyder, R. C. 72
soap opera 78
social action 172
actors 197
control 194
ethic 166
facts 16, 23
structure 265
social ‘scientific’ theory 482
ethics 476
objects 8
positivism 64
Social Science Citation Index 377
Socialist feminist theory 217
‘socially constructed reality’ 211
‘sociocracy’ 194
socio-cultural factors 3
contexts 305
consequences 305
sociological and theoretical praxis 196
functionalism 53
positivism 42, 43
sociology
as a peculiar cultural artifact 192
of entrepreneurship 386
sociotechnical relations 231
Solomon, R. 503–4
Somalia 29, 597, 599, 602–5
South Korea 382
space-time 117, 121, 126, 132
‘space for co-researching’ 30
Spain 151, 534
‘specialization tap’ 22
specialization trap 263
specific-implicit theory 472
Spencer, Herbert 156, 327
Spender, J.-C. 10
Spivak, Gayatri 225, 600
Sprat, Thomas 117, 159, 203, 361, 463
Sproull, L. S. 10
‘stable needs and self-defensive mechanisms’ 172
Stablein, R. 89, 393, 543
Stacey, R. D. 10
Staelin, R. 586
Stalker, G. M. 311, 317, 574
Standing conference on Organizational Symbolism (SCOS) 72
Stanley, J. 412
Starbuck, W. H. 5, 11, 20, 146–8, 155, 170
Starkey, K. 5, 238
Staw, B. M. 469
(p. 641) Steffy, B. D. 318, 320–3
Steier, F. 119
Stein, B. A. 121
Steiner, George 242
Steinmann, H. 2, 6, 312, 318, 346
Stengers, I. 134
Stenner, P. 467–8
Stephens, C. V. 103, 569
Stinchcombe, Arthur 381, 385, 584
Stopford, J. M. 569
strange attractors 130, 134
strategic choice perspective 12, 575
theory 575
strategic contingencies 350
management 144, 175
structural autonomy 382
causality 295
structural-functional analysis 171–2
subjectivism 91, 431
strategic management 618
strategic task 276
strategy 46
Strathern, Marilyn 227
Strati, Antonio 74
Strawson, P. F. 617
Stringer, P. 425
structural contingency perspective 202
contingency theory 44, 48
differentiation 43
Marxism 295
-functionalist anthropology 72
structuralism 295
structure/agency dilemma 4
relationship 23
structure-conduct-performance paradigm 572
Stubbart, C. 318, 351, 360
style-as theory 238
style-as-method see style-as theory
subjectification see assujetissement
‘subject-object model’ 313–14
subject-object model of research (SO model) 316
‘subjugated knowledges’ 30
Suchman, M. C. 363
sui generis 294
Suleri, S. 600
Sullivan, William M. 64
‘super-theory’ 311
superior-subordinate relations 146
Suppes, P. 425
Sutton, R. I. 469, 587
Suzuki, Y. 47
Swaminathan, A. 586
Swedberg, Richard 10, 380, 386
Sweden 72, 151
Switzerland 151
Sydow, J. 99, 102
‘symbiotic interdependence’ 352
symbolic-interpretive organizational culture school 72
‘sympathetic emulation’ 15
synecdoche 242
Systema Naturae 117
‘systematizers’ 187
‘systemic modernism’ 90–1
Sztompka, P. 301, 305
T
tacit component 7
‘tacit knowledge’ 69
Tagliabue, John 493
Takeuchi, H. 569, 574, 615
Tancred, Peta 216, 224
Tavistock 437
Tavistock approach see Tavistock
Taylor, Frederick W. 8, 67, 167, 189, 319, 396, 586, 612, 616, 617
‘technical’ interest 96
technical task 276
‘technocracy’ 194
technology-destroying competencies 569
Tedlock, B. 401
Teece, D. J. 574
telecausal 53
Tennessee Valley authority (TVA) 173
Terry, George 191, 604
textual/mythical 227
‘textual strategy’ 239
Thachankary, T. 467
Thanheiser, Heinz T. 47
Thatchenkery, T. J. 3, 15
The Economist 493
the feminization of technology 602
The Netherlands 151
theoretical options 203
pluralism 271
rationale 45
sophistication 89
theories of ambiguity and temporal order 10
of conflict 10
‘theories of limited rationality 10
theory 143
theory of competitive strategy 364
theory-building 122
(p. 642) theory-practice 454
contrast 461
debates 455, 457
discussion 459
gap 459
linkages 456
theory-real world relationship 463
Thiele 517
Third Word/post-colonial feminist theory 218
Third World feminism 226
Thompson, James D. 172, 196, 199, 200, 241, 347, 350, 471, 573, 575, 611, 619
Thornton, Patricia 386
‘three organic systems’ see three principles of action
‘three principles of action’ 150
‘thrownness’ 454
thought-objects 529
Tichy, N. M. 121
time/space relations 293
Tirole, Jean 379, 381
Todorov, Tzvetan 244
Tolbert, P. 299
Tolbert, P. S. 363
tool-box 197
top-down management action 437
Torode, Brian 252
Toulmin, S. 3, 10–11, 39, 160, 550, 619
tower of Babel 5
Townley, B. 14
trade unions 527
Trahair, Richard C. S. 191
‘trained incapacity’ 449
Tranfield, D. 5
‘transaction cost’ 376
transaction cost analysis 332, 375
transaction cost theory (TCE/TCT) 332, 345–6, 353–7, 365–6, 572
transaction costs see transaction cost analysis
transaction specific investments 332, 354
‘transcendentally’ 19
‘tree-like’ structure 132
Trice, H. M. 43
trickle-down theory 551
Trigg, R. 306
Tsoukas, H. 2, 300, 396, 489, 527, 609, 610, 617
Tucker, D. J. 364, 367
Tulin, M. 404
Turner, C. 48–9, 71–2, 172–3, 345
Tushman, M. L. 121–22, 569, 573, 576, 583
Tymon, W. G. Jr 459, 463
U
Udehn, Lans 376
Ulrich, D. 494
‘uncertainty reduction’ 201, 202
uncertainty 201, 354
‘uniqueness value’ 267, 277, 366
United Kingdom 43, 47, 60, 164, 197
United Nations 153
United States 44, 159, 164, 220
universal philosophy of science ‘Einheitswissenschaft’ 316
‘universal pragmatics’ 105
unready-to-hand 468
‘unnecessary oppression’ 18
‘unnecessary structures of domination’ 19
‘unready-to-hand’ mode 27
Ure, Andrew 149
Urry, J. 528
Urwick, Lyndall 157, 167, 169, 191
Useem, Michael 477, 493
Usher, John M. 48
‘user-pays’ principle 557
Utterback, J. M. 576
Uzumeri, M. 586
Uzzi, Brian 382
V
Vaitkus, S. 318
value-free conception of science 91
‘value-free knowledge’ 91
Van de Ven A. H. 2, 121, 281, 311, 345, 411, 583, 586
Van den Bosch 98
Van Every, E. J. 10
Van Houten, D. 224
van Maanen, J. 14, 21, 71, 73, 75, 237, 254, 267, 395, 428, 429
Vanberg, V. 326, 329
Varela, E J. 611
Veblen, Thorsten 154, 449
Ventresca, Marc J. 184
verisimilitude 108
(p. 643) Verstehen 66
Vickers, Geoffrey 74
Victor, B. 103
‘Vienna Circle’ 65
Vietnam 200
Viner, J. 479
‘virtualized reality’ 290
Vladimirou, E. 9
Volberda, H. W. 97, 569, 574, 586, 588
voluntarism vs. determinism 3
Von Mises, Ludwig 165
von Neumann 379
von Schmoller, Gustav Friedrich 162
Vroom, V. 330
W
Wacquant, Loïc 381
Wajman, J. 604
Waldo, Dwight 242
Waldrup 386
Wall Street 362, 512
financial institutions 362
Wallerstein 618
Walsh, David 291
Walton, R. E. 311
Ward, J. K. 153, 199
Warfare 526
Waring, Stephen P. 200
Warner, Malcolm 43
Warren, K. B. 602
Waterman, Robert H. 73, 97, 552, 554, 562
Waters, M. 533
Watson, T. 99, 172
Weaver, G. R. 413
Weber, M. 8, 71, 91, 157, 163, 311, 485, 538
Webster, J. 5, 11
Weedon, Chris 218
Weick, K. 6, 26, 71, 75, 318, 405, 455, 459, 465, 555, 614
Weigelt, C. 568
Weiss, Richard M. 188, 195, 201
‘welfare capitalism’ 485
Welfare states 526
well-developed educational system 163
Welsh, M. A. 573
Weltanschauung 66
Wernerfelt, B. 574
Wessie, J. 333
West, C. 228
Westley, F. 555
Westrum, R. 463
Whetten, D. 10, 76
Whetton, D. A. 311
White, Hayden 76, 239, 256, 424, 575
white-collar employment 151
workers 155
Whitehead, A. H. 74, 227, 228, 394
Whitley, Richard 2, 10, 22, 49, 91, 94, 272
Whittington, Richard 48, 569
Whittle, C. 553
Whyte, Willia H. 166, 174
Whyte, Willia Foote 173, 430
Wicks, A. C. 3
Wilkins, Allan 77, 429
William, McKinley 24
William, Starbuck 20
Williamson 10, 201, 276, 311, 332, 353, 377, 572
Willke 328
Willmot 266, 552
Willmott, H. 3, 73, 91, 230, 300, 312, 318, 414
Wills, Garry 239
‘Will to Order’ 131
Wilmott 248
Willmott, Hugh 18
Wilson, S. 159, 173, 174, 537
Winch, R 41, 48–9, 616
Windeler, A. 99, 102
win-lose practices 480
‘win-win social contract’ 485
Winograd, T. 457, 459, 469
Winogrand, T. 9
Winter 573–5
win-win practices 480
Wittgenstein, L. 325, 612, 614
Wolfe, Hydebrand 507
Wolin, Sheldon S. 149, 161, 305
Womack, J. R 547
‘women-in-management’ 216
Wong, Gilber Y. Y. 43
Wood, C. 91
Woodward, Joan 46, 317, 347, 574
Woolgar, S. 3, 466
workplace-household intersection 217
World Bank 601
‘world-making’ activity 132
World Trade Organization (WTO) 555
World War II 166, 172–3, 200, 526, 554, 601
Worthy, James C. 173
Wrege, C. D. 550
Wren, Daniel A. 150
Wrigley, Edward A. 153
(p. 644) Y
Yanow, Dvora 17, 73–4, 76–7, 79
Yarmey, A. 397
Yasai-Ardekani, Masoud 43
Young, R. C. 73, 360
Yuchtman, Ephraim 199
Z
Zald, M. N. 10
Zammuto, R. F. 5, 14, 266, 346, 540
Zeitgeist 11, 256
Zey, M. 334, 385
Zey-Ferrell, M. 320
Zhao, J. 47, 349, 361
Zimmer, C. 569
Zimmerman, D. 228
Zucker, L. G. 359–60, 363