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(p. 563) Index

(p. 563) Index

Note: page numbers in italic refer to figures and tables.

AASCB (Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business) 197
Abbott, A. 195, 312, 484
Abrahamson, E. 258, 295
Abugattas Mailuf, L. 395
Academy of Management:
CMS Division Domain Statement 15, 17
accounting 41, 473–89, 515–16, 521
feminism and 479
financial reporting and regulation 476–80, 485
management accounting 480–3
Marxian analysis 479
and power 156
professionalization of 484–7
structuration theory 480–1
accounting research 77
Acker, J. 309, 311, 317, 318
Ackroyd, S. 63, 77–8, 105, 237–8, 468
identity 171–2, 173, 174
actor-network theory (ANT) 116, 136, 161 n. 7, 194, 397, 482–3
Adam, A. 399, 400, 404
Adams, S. 554
Adler, P. S. 105, 258, 505, 529, 560
CME 543, 545
Adorno, T. 31–2, 35, 270, 373
affect 224–7
Agamben, G. 259
agency:
identity and 169–70
agency theory 418
Ahmad, A. 246
Albright, D. 40
Aldrich, H. 307
Allen, B. J. 305
Althusser, L. 83, 85, 86
Alvesson, M. 208, 216, 233, 439, 560
CME 545
emancipation 87, 332, 382
gender issues 314
hierarchy 503
HRM 456, 464, 467
identity 168, 169, 172, 175
IS 392, 402
marketing practice 381
organizational change 252, 254, 255, 256, 260
poststructuralism 81
strategy 415, 420, 423–4, 426
Amin, A. 258
Amiridis, K. 467
Al-Amoudi, I. 88
Anderson, J. 46
Anderson-Gough, F. 486, 487
Andrée, P. 139
animal rights 204
Annisette, M. 484
Ansoff, H. I. 416–17
Anthony, P. D. 234, 456, 460, 464
anthropocentrism 127
anti-colonialism 244
anti-essentialism:
poststructuralism and 80–1, 87–91
anti-globalization movement 207
anti-performativity 10, 11–12, 117
Antunes, D. 556
archaeology 217
Archer, M. 58, 60, 64, 65–6, 68
Arendt, H. 281–2
Armstrong, P. 79, 476
Arndt, J. 372, 386
Arnold, P. J. 478, 479
Arnould, E. J. 382
Arrington, C. E. 473, 478–9
Arthur, B. 206
Ashforth, B. E. 237
Ashkanasy, N. M. 235
(p. 564) Ashman, I. 272
Ashmore, M. 109
Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business (AASCB) 197
Astley, W. G. 78
Aston School 150
Austin, J. R. 258
autonomy 148, 337–9
Avgerou, C. 393, 400, 401
avian influenza (bird flu) 204
aviation carbon emissions 131–2
Axley, S. 436
B2B relationships 377
B2C marketing 377
Baack, D. 79
Bacharach, M. 147
Backhouse, J. 404
Baert, P. 69
Bagozzi, R. P. 371, 372
Bain, P. 63–4, 104, 105
Bains, G. 338
Bakan, J. 202, 510
Bakhtin, M. 269
Bakre, O. M. 484
Ball, K. 256
Banerjee, S. B. 15–16, 45–6, 187, 209 n.
culture 244, 245, 246
environmental issues 126, 132, 133, 136, 138, 139
ethics 270
globalization 189, 208
Bansal, P. 127, 139, 208
Baran, P. 373
Baratz, H. 147
Barber, B. 199
Baritz, L. 465
Barker, J. 40, 172, 256, 441
Barley, S. R. 256, 295, 309, 335, 529
Baroudi, J. J. 397–8
Barrett, M. 256
Barsoux, J.-L. 234
Barthes, R. 82, 83
Bartky, S. L. 158
Bataille, G. 375
Baudrillard, J. 158, 361, 373
Bauer, J. 442
Baum, J. A. C. 57
Bauman, Z. 135–6, 259, 298
ethics 269, 270, 276
identity 166, 167, 179
Beatty, R. 531
Bebchuk, L. A. 507
Beck, U. 45, 129, 192, 193, 204
Becker, B. E. 466, 531
Beinhocker, E. D. 505
Beji-Becheur, A. 376
Belk, R.W. 378–9
Bell, E. 279, 317, 358
Benbasat, I. 394, 404
Bendix, R. 295
Benhabib, S. 158, 269
Bennett, M. 40
Bennis, W. 541–2
Benson, J. K. 37, 38, 39
Benson, T.W. 241
Berg, M. 292, 293
Berger, B. L. 38
Bergström, O. 170
Bernauer, J. 278
Berry, A. 480
Bevan, E. 273
Beynon, H. 109
Bhabha, H. 173, 245
Bhaskar, R. 54, 55, 61, 177, 358–9
Bijker, W. E. 397
Billing, Y. D. 312, 314
biofuels 137
biotechnology 139
Bird, F. 276
bird flu (avian influenza) 204
Blaikie, N. 54, 60, 61
Blau, P. 58
Blum, A. 109, 118
Blumer, H. 109
Boal, K. 55
Bochner, A. 362
Boden, D. 439
Boggs, C. 202
Böhm, S. 91, 252, 258, 260
Böhme, G. 373
Boje, D. M. 221, 294, 295
Boland, R. J. 393, 399–400
Boltanski, L. 258
Bolton, S. 104
Bon, C. 461
Bookchin, M. 127
Borgerson, J. 380
Borys, B. 505
Boselie, P. 461, 465
Boudreau, J. 531
bounded rationality 151
Bourdieu, P. 251
Boxall, P. 454, 466
Boyce, M. E. 221
Boyer, R. 68
(p. 565) Bradley, K. 511
branding:
consumer identity and 378–80
Braverman, H. 80, 154, 256, 292–3, 334
Brewiss, J. 272, 279
Brewster, C. 458
Bridgman, T. 176, 177, 223, 224, 256, 541
Brief, A. P. 465
Briers, M. 482, 483
Brignall, S. 477
Brint, S. 151
Bristor, J. M. 372
Britton, D. M. 312
Brooke, C. 394, 396, 399
Brown, A. D. 234–5, 256–7, 260, 276, 468
Brown, K. 531
Brown, M. 221
Brown, R. H. 39
Brown, S. 91
Brown, W. 510
Brownlie, D. 372, 385–6
Bryer, R. A. 477, 479
Bryman, A. 279
Bryman, B. 358
Buffet, W. 21
Burawoy, M. 101, 109, 110–11, 340
Burchell, S. 473, 474, 477
Burnes, B. 505
Burningham, K. 129
Burns, T. 150, 253
Burrell, G. 5, 13, 37, 87, 220
critical management history 296
history 293, 297–8
LPT 107
organizational theory 287, 297–8
business ethics 270–1
business schools 17–20, 194, 519, 555–6
education as activism 541–3
Butler, J. 173, 179
Byers, D. 272, 273
Calás, M. B. 236–7, 240, 245–6, 317
Caldwell, R. 91
call centers 187, 198
Callaghan, G. 104
Callinicos, A. 290
Callon, M. 136, 138, 482
capitalism 330, 331
Caramanis, C. V. 484
carbon markets 138–9
career structures:
and identity 171
Carmona, S. 481
Carnegie, G. D. 484
Carpentier, N. 176, 177–8
Carr, D. 299
Carroll, C. E. 294
Carson, R. 126
cartels 538–41
Carter, C. 295, 468
Carù, A. 376
Casey, C. 65, 79, 104, 171, 172, 255
Castells, M. 67, 225
Catterall, M. 382
CDA (critical discourse analysis) 217–19
CDOs (collateralized debt obligations) 18
CDSs (credit default swaps) 18, 21
Cecez-Kecmanovic, D. 394, 396, 399
Cederström, C. 260
Certeau, M. de 88
Chakrabarty, D. 245
Chan, A. 236
Chandler, A. 251, 296, 416–17
Charles, M. 315, 318
Chen, W. 398–9, 400
Cheney, G. 318
Chesborough, H. 529
Chia, R. 80, 88, 89, 115
discourse 220, 222
organizational change 251, 253
Chiapello, E. 258
Chiaramonte, P. 312, 314
Child, J. 150, 253
Chio, V. 187
Chittipeddi, K. 253
Chong, J. 403
Chua, W.-F. 482, 483, 484
civil society 44–5, 191
Clair, R. D. 219
Clark, P. 63, 64, 65, 287, 289
Clark, T. 257
Clarke, J. 67
Clawson, D. 293
Clegg, S. 136, 191, 295, 334, 335
CR 63, 65, 66–7, 68
CT 37, 39
ethics 274, 276, 281
hierarchy 503, 508
organizations and space 517–18
power 151, 161 n. 7
Cliff, J. 307
climate change:
mediatization of 133–4
Cloud, D. 316
Clough, P. T. 159, 226
Clubb, C. 477
Cockburn, C. 173, 256
(p. 566) Coffey, A. J. 486, 487
Colbert, A. 531
Coleman, D. C. 291
collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) 18
Collier, A. 61
Collins, D. 257
Collins, H. 272, 280
Collins, J. 419
Collins, P. H. 319, 320
Collinson, D. 111, 167, 173, 238, 255, 456
colonialism 201, 244
communication 36, 220, 306–9, 348, 433–49
critical studies 441–7
and cultural management 438–40
and discursive closure 446–7
four common approaches 435
Habermas on 33–4, 35, 40, 42
ideal speech situation 33, 35, 40, 42
management and strategic communication 435–7
and meaning 444, 446–7
normative guidance for 445
organizational 40
organizational control 441–3
participatory, and liberal democracy 437–8
and participatory democracy 440–1
poststructuralism and 42–3
systematically distorted 446, 447
theories of 434–41
communicative reason 33, 34
competitiveness 10
conflict resolution 40
constructionism 129–30, 290, 291
constructivism 58–9, 60
consumer boycotts 41
consumer identity:
and branding 378–80
consumer sovereignty:
and freedom of choice 374–6
consumerism 35–6
consumption:
and power 156–7
contingency theory 150–1
control theory:
neo-Weberian 57
Contu, A. 69, 91, 113, 177, 215
conventional work 339
Cooke, B. 195. 209 n., 355–6, 466
Coombs, R. W. 482–3
Cooper, C. 485
Cooper, D. 41, 518–19
accounting 473, 474–5, 478, 482–3, 484, 485
Cooper, G. 129
Cooper, R. 78, 116, 220, 361
corporate agency 69–70
corporate culture 233–5
corporate governance theory 40
corporate social responsibility (CSR) 159–60, 192, 273–4
corporate strategies:
internationalization of 189
corporations 45
Corvellec, H. 273
Costa, J. A. 41
Costea, B. 467
Cotter, D. A. 315
Courpasson, D. 65, 66–7, 68, 256
Cova, B. 376
Covaleski, M. A. 171, 479, 486
Crane, A. 136, 138
credit default swaps (CDSs) 18, 21
Creed, W. E. D. 258
critical discourse analysis (CDA) 217–19
critical ethnography 350–3, 502
critical management education (CME) 536–48
and business schools 544–7
and cartels 538–41
and ME 537–9
critical management history 295–8
critical management methodology 345–63
action research 353–7
critical ethnography 350–3
critical theory 346–57
knowledge and 345–6
methodological alternatives 357–61
critical management studies (CMS)
anti-performativity 10, 11–12
business ethics and 270–1
business schools and 17–20
CDA and 217–19
characteristics of 7–11
concerns of 14–15
CR and 358–9
de-naturalization 9–10, 11, 15
discourse and 213–28
emancipation in 332
epistemological subjectivism and 347–8, 358
ethics, context in 269–70
feminism and 358
historic turn in 294–5
HRM and 465–8
identity and 170–6
LPT 154
moral philosophy and 271–5
ontological realism and 347–8, 358
origins of 4–7
postmodernism and 360–1
power and 153–8
(p. 567) reflexivity 10–11
work and 330–5
critical marketing studies
character of 385–7
global distribution 383
marketing education 384–5
marketing practitioners 383–4
critical performativity 12–13
Critical Perspectives on International Business (journal) 187
critical realism (CR) 23 n. 9, 52–71
and causal mechanisms 56–7, 58–62, 69
and CMS 62–4, 358–9
future developments in 64–7
neo-Weberian control theory 57
critical social analysis 33
critical theory (CT) 5–6, 29–46, 346–63
central themes/methods 35–7
and CMS 29–31, 37–41
critiques of 41–4
definition of 30
and feminist theory 44
Frankfurt School 5, 31–2
Habermas and 32–5
methodology of 349–57
philosophical commitments of 346–9
postmodernism and 348
power 147
recent developments 44–6
critical theory methodology 349–57
critical-emancipatory action research 353–7
critical ethnography 350–3
critique 552–3
CRM (customer relationship management) 377
Crossley, N. 41
Crouch, C. 257
Crowdy, P. 237–8
Crowston, K. 399
Crump, N. 467
Cullen, J. 480
Cullen, S. 395
cultural management:
communication and 438–40
culture 232–46
corporate 233–5
methodology 235–6
organizational 235–40
popular 240–3
and postcolonialism 243–6
theory 245
customer relationship management (CRM) 377
Czarniawska (Czarniawska-Joerges), B. 221, 241, 256, 288–9, 316
Dahl, R. A. 147, 477
DʼAmelio, C. 252, 256
Danermark, B. 58, 60, 61
Darier, E. 128
Davies, A. 105, 173–4, 175, 255
Davies, C. 313
Davis, G. F. 258
Davis, M. 201
Dawson, P. 255
de Certeau, M. 88
De Cock, C. 91, 252, 260
Deal, T. E. 234, 235, 338
deconstruction 290–1
Deem, R. 64
deep ecology 127, 130
Deetz, S. 39, 40, 79, 220, 335
CT 348, 351
identity 168, 169, 172, 179
deforestation 203
Dehler, G. E. 63
Delbridge, R. 63, 103, 105, 107, 255
Deleuze, G. 83, 333
Della Rocca, G. 173
Dellinger, K. 310
Deloitte & Touche 198
Demski, J. S. 474
de-naturalization 9–10, 11, 15, 117
Department for Transport:
The Future of Aviation (UK government White Paper) 131, 132
Derrida, J. 83, 86, 87, 89
Derridean philosophy 272
DeSanctis, G. 394
Desmond, J. 374
Deutsch, F. M. 308
Dewey, J. 359
Dey, P. 91
Dezalay, Y. 485
Dholakia, N. 372
Dicken, P. 189
Dickens, P. 126
Dietz, G. 461
Dillard, J. 474, 475
DiMaggio, P. 151, 257
Dippo, D. 352
Dirsmith, M. 479, 482, 486, 487
disasters:
man-made/natural 204
discourse
and affect 224–7
Laclauian approach 223–4
micro-approaches to 215–16
postmodernist approaches to 220–3
strategy as 422–3
discourse analysis 454–5
HRM and 530–2
‘Discourse Ethics’ (Habermas) 33, 34, 40
principle of discourse 34–5, 37, 45
principle of universalization 34, 37, 45
dis-identification 173–6
domination 54, 68, 147–8, 174
Donaldson, L. 37, 58
Donnellon, A. 503
Doolin, B. 255, 256, 392, 399
Doughty, H. A. 510
Douglas, M. 373
Down, S. 288
Drazin, R. 78
Drory, A. 158
Drucker, P. 510–11
Dryzek, J. S. 126, 128, 130, 133, 135, 349
du Gay, P. 243, 295, 336, 374, 442
identity 167, 171, 172, 176
Duberley, J. 169, 172
Dukerich, J. M. 174
Dunkerley, D. 37, 39, 295, 334
Durand, R. 258
Dutton, J. E. 174
Dworkin, A. 269
ecocentrism 127, 130
ecofeminism 130
ecological modernization 131, 134
ecology:
power and 159–60
eco-modernisation theory 130
economic ethics 40
Eden, D. 543
Edge, D. 397
Edwards, J. E. 484
Edwards, P. 173
Egan, D. 133, 134, 135, 137
Egri, C. P. 127, 130
Eikhof, D. R. 405
El-Homsi, I. 528
elemental communism 339, 340
Elger, T. 64, 68, 108
Elias, N. 126, 136
Elliot, R. 378
Ellis, N. 377
Elmes, M. 132, 134
Elster, J. 42
emancipation 87, 332, 340–1, 363, 382
emancipatory knowledge 36
emotionality 309–11
empiricism 333
energy:
geopolitics of 126, 137
energy production 126
Engestrom, Y. 561
Engwall, L. 257
Enron 194–5
environmental degradation:
and global social inequality 136–7
environmental movement 208
environmental problems 203–4
epistemological subjectivism 347–8, 358
EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) 197
Eribon, D. 92
Ernst and Young 16–17
Escobar, A. 209 n.
essentialism 80–1, 87, 90
Esteva, G. 209 n.
ethics 267–82
business 270–1
context in CMS 269–70
as organizational practices 275–8
in research 279–81
European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) 197
existentialism 272
Exxon 133–4
Ezzamel, M. 102, 113, 172, 173, 350, 423
Fair Trade movement 376
Fairclough, N. 60, 63, 64, 442
discourse 217, 218, 219
Fairhurst, G. T. 439
Fama, E. F. 418
Faria, A. 376–7
Fay, B. 289, 290, 363
Fayol, H. 503
Feenberg, A. 256
Feldman, M. A. 253
feminism 6, 269, 272
and accounting 479
and CMS 358
and CT 44
and identity 173, 174
and power 158, 159
feminist standpoint theories (FST) 319–20
Fenstermaker, S. 308, 319
Fenton, E. M. 503, 509
Ferner, A. 457
Fernie, S. 157
(p. 569) Feuchtwang, S. 352
finance:
sociology of 138–9
financial markets:
internationalization of 189
financial reporting/regulation 476–80
financial sector:
and power 156–7
financial systems 190
Fineman, S. 136, 138
Firat, F. 372
Fischer, E. 372
Fleetwood, S. 77–8, 254, 405, 466
CR 58, 60, 63, 64
Fleming, P. 46, 468, 555
identity 173, 174, 177
organizational change 254, 255
Fligstein, N. 258
Flipo, J.-P. 375
Flores, L. A. 316, 318
Fondas, N. 317
Fong, C. T. 197, 542, 543
Fonte, J. 509
Forbes, C. 52, 62–3
Forbes, L. 105, 136, 560
Ford, J. D. 252, 256
Ford, L. W. 252, 256
Forester, J. 39–40, 348, 350, 351–2
Foss, N. J. 505
Foucault, M. 6, 42, 116
and accounting research 77
anti-essentialism 88
death of man 83
discourse 215, 217
ethics 269, 270, 277
and history 295
identity 171
and LPT 77, 334–5
language 83
and poststructuralism 77, 84–5
and structuralism 84–5
and subject 86
Fougère, M. 380
Fournier, S. 381–2
Fournier, V. 9, 23 n. 9, 79, 205, 260
broader organizational constituency 15
CMS 559
ethics 279
IS 392
non performative stance 10, 11–12
reflexivity 10, 81
Fox, A. 149–50, 456
Francis, H. 468
Francis, J. R. 473, 478–9
Franketal, P. 159–60
Frankfurt School (Frankfurt Institute of Social Research) 31–2, 147, 399
freedom:
from/in/through work 340–1
freedom of choice:
consumer sovereignty and 374–6
Freer, B. 294
French, H. 204
French, W. 40, 63
Fried, J. 507
Friedman, A. 103
Friedman, N. 382
Friere, P. 354
Fromm, E. 41, 270, 373
Frooman, J. 205
Frost, P. 237
Froud, J. 258, 518–19
FST (feminist standpoint theories) 319–20
Fuller, L. 103
functionalism 37–8, 58, 60, 331, 333
Fung, A. 45
Furusten, S. 257
Future of Aviation, The (UK government White Paper) 131, 132
Gabriel, Y. 221
Gaffikin, M. J. R. 41
Gagliardi, P. 234
Galbraith, J. K. 373, 518
Galliers, R. D. 394, 400, 406
Gao, J. 127, 139
Gardner, T. M. 462–4
Garfinkel, H. 109, 112
Garrett, L. 204
Garsten, C. 216
Garth, B. G. 485
Garud, R. 256, 257
Geertz, C. 384
gender issues 23 n. 9
challenges for 320–2
depicting labor 316–17
and diversity 304–22
dividing and doing labor 313–16, 318
feeling and desiring 309–11, 318
interacting 306–9, 318
organizing and institutionalizing 311–13, 318
genealogy 217
genomics 139
Gerencser, S. 45
Gergen, K. 78, 222
Gerhart, B. 466
Gherardi, S. 308, 310
(p. 570) Ghicas, D. 478
Gibson, R. 201
Giddens, A. 45, 115–16, 167, 168–9
Gilbert, D. U. 40
Gillard, H. 400, 404
Gilligan, C. 269
Gills, B. K. 202
Gioia, D. A. 253
Giuffre, P. A. 310
Glenn, E. N. 318
global accounting 195–6
Global Justice Movement 15
global management ideas industry 193–5
global managerialism 16
global media 189
global political economy 189
global postcolonial trade 200–3
global production:
circuits of 190
global social inequality:
environmental degradation and 136–7
global warming 125–6
global work/workers 197–8
globalization
critical perspectives 205
definition of 188–9
global systems 191–8
Habermas on 45–6
HRM and 199
and identity 190, 199–203
imperial formations of 187
management of 186–208
modeling 189–91, 190
resistance to 207
of rights 199–200
and sustainability 203–5
Goffman, E. 109, 112
Goldsmith, E. 205
Gore, A. 129
Gorz, A. 341
Goshal, S. 546
Goulding, C. 382
Gouldner, A. 53, 58
Gouldson, A. 127–8
Gower, K. K. 436
Gowler, D. 456
Gramsci, A. 134–5, 201, 424
Grant, D. 256
Grant, R. M. 418
Gray, R. 477, 478
greed 10
Green, F. 530
Greenpeace 204
Greenwood, D. 360
Greenwood, R. 195, 252, 485
Grey, C. 9, 23 n. 9, 39, 63, 79, 205
accounting 486, 487
broader organizational constituency 15
CME 537
culture 233, 234, 239
discourse 216
ethics 279
HRM 464, 467
identity 171
IS 392, 394
non performative stance 10, 11–12
organizational change 251, 260
reflexivity 10, 81
work 330–1
Grice, S. 205
Griffiths, M. 404
Grimes, A. J. 38, 40
Grundy, S. 354, 356
grunge economy 198, 206
Grunig, J. E. 436
Grusky, D. B. 315, 318
Guardian 16–17, 507
Guattari, F. 83
Guess, R. 363
Guest, D. 459–60
Guillen, M. 295
Gummesson, E. 376
Günther, K. 44
Gustavsen, A. 356, 360
Gustavsson, E.
Gutiérrez, F. 481
Habermas, J. 36, 38, 43, 147
civil society 44–5
communication 33–4, 36, 42, 445
environmental issues 135, 139
ethics 36–7, 269
globalization 45–6
ideal speech situation 33, 35, 40, 42
lifeworld 33, 34
system 33–4
Hacking, I. 129
Håkansson, H. 376
Halford, S. 159, 172
Halfpenny, P. 359
Hall, P. 191
Hall, S. 216, 217
Hammond, T. 485
handbooks 551–2
(p. 571) Handelman, J. 382
Hanlon, G. 195, 339, 340, 485–6
Harding, C. 540
Hardt, M. 339
organizational change 256, 258
work 337, 339, 341, 529
Hardy, C. 167, 215–16, 217–19
Harley, B. 103, 466
Harney, S. 541, 546, 547
Harquail, C. V. 174
Harrison, B. 67
Harte, G. 127, 133, 134, 138
Hartsock, N. C. M. 158
Harvey, D. 67, 202, 203, 204, 208, 258
Hassard, J. 78, 79, 222, 240–1
Haunschild, A. 405
Hayes, N. 256
Hays, S. 70
Hearn, J. 313
Heckscher, C. 258, 503, 529
Hedmo, T. 197
Hegel, G.W. F. 290
Heian, J. B. 486, 487
Heidegger, M. 108
Held, D. 45
Held, V. 269
Heller, F. 506, 510
Helms-Mills, J. 174, 255
Hemment, J. 356
Hensmans, M. 258
Heracleous, L. 256
Hermsen, J. M. 315
Herrbach, O. 171, 174
Herrmann, R. O. 381–2
Hesketh, A. 64, 466
Hetrick, W. P. 372
Hexter, J. H. 291
Heydebrand, W. 503
Hickson, D. J. 253
hierarchy 9, 356–7, 501–12
challenges to 509–11
and critical ethnography 502
and ICT 503–4
organizational centrality of 503–4
organizational functions 505
persistence of 504–6
personal functions 505–6
social costs 506–9
structural reform 509–10
Hillyard, S. 64
Hinings, C. R. 252
Hirschheim, R. 398–9, 400, 404
Hirschman, E. C. 374
Hirst, P. 68
history
in CMS 292–4
critique of 290–2
HIV/AIDS 204
HM Treasury 555, 557–8
Hochschild, A. R. 314, 373, 467
Hodgson, D. E. 156–7
Hoedemaekers, C. 260
Hofstede, G. 234, 236
Hogler, R. L. 478
Holland, C. 395
Holliday, R. 240–1
Hollingsworth, R. 68
Holman, D. 537
Holmer-Nadesan, M. 175, 176, 177, 223, 442
Holocaust 298
Hond, F. D. 136
Honneth, A. 46
Hope, A. 161 n. 8
Hope, T. 477
Hopper, R. 41
Hopper, T. 475, 518–19
Hopwood, A. 477
Horkheimer, M. 23 n. 6, 31, 35, 373, 374
ethics 269, 270
and Frankfurt School 31–2
Hoskin, K. 156, 481
Hoskisson, R. 416
Houghton, J. T. 125–6, 133
Houlihan, M. 104
House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee 131–2
Howarth, D. 170, 177
Howcroft, D. 399–400, 404
Howe, J. 529
Huczyinski, A. 257
Hudson, R. 191
human resource management (HRM) 40, 454–68
approaches to 458–60
and CMS 465–8
and discourse analysis 530–2
and globalization 199
history of 455–8
and managerialism 464–5
and method 462–4
and performance 461–5
and power 156–7
Humphrey, C. 486
Humphries, M. 205, 256–7, 260
Hunt, F. 297
(p. 572) Hunt, H. G. 478
Hunt, J. 55
Hunt, T. 436
Huselid, M. 531
Hussein, M. 477
Hyde, P. 461–2
Hyman, R. 457
Ianello, K. P. 312
IASB (International Accounting Standards Board) 479
Ibarra-Colado, E. 276–8
ICT:
hierarchy and 503–4
identity 108, 111–12, 166–79
and agency 169–70
CMS and 170–6
construction of 175–6
feminism and 173, 174
globalization and 190, 199–203
and insecurity 112
new directions 176–8
ontology of 168–9
organizational change and 254–5
subjectivity and 108, 109–10, 111, 113–16, 117
identity control 172
identity regulation 171–3
identity resistance:
and dis-identification 173–5
identity work 169, 339–40
ideology:
strategy as 421–2
IFIP (International Federation for Information Processing) 399
illegal immigrants 198
IMF (International Monetary Fund) 136, 202
immaterial labor 337–9
imperialism 202
incrementalism 151
industrial economics 416, 417
inequality 159, 202–3
informal sector activity 198
information systems (IS) 392–407
conferences 400
further work suggestions 404–6
and interpretivism 397–9
journal special issues 400
overview 393–5
positivism and 398
research methods 400–2
research review 395–402
and technological determinism 396–7
information technology 156–7, 198
innovation 225
insecurity:
identity and 112
institutional entrepreneurs 257–8
institutional theory 151–2
institutions 218
instrumental rationality 34
integrationism 289
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, UN 125, 133–4
International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) 479
International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) 399
International Monetary Fund (IMF) 136, 202
interorganizational collaboration 218
interorganizational fields:
organizational change and 257–8
interpretivism 58–9, 60, 397–9
intertextuality 218
Introna, L. D. 274, 399, 400
Isherwood, B. 373
Ives, B. 404
Iyer, E. 208
Jack, G. 278
Jackall, R. 167, 276
Jackson, B. 257
Jackson, C. 315
Jackson, N. 468
Jacobs, J. A. 315
Jacques (Stager Jacques), R. 79, 456, 458
Jain, S. 256, 257
Janssens, M. 466
Jaques, E. 505
Jaros, J. 102, 108
Jaros, S. 55
Jarzabkowski, P. 419
Jaya, P. S. 245
Jenkins, K. 292
Jenkins, R. 167
Jenkins, S. 105
Jermier, J. M.
CT 348, 351
environmental issues 126, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138
Jessop, B. 64, 67
Jessop, L. 398–9
Jones, C. 63, 64, 91, 176, 223
ethics 270–1, 272, 273, 275
Jones, E. D. 456
Jones, M. 198, 398–9
Jordan, S. 353
Joshua, G. 540
Kabbani, R. 352
Kallinikos, J. 167
(p. 573) Kallio, T. J. 127–8
Kane, P. 338
Karabel, J. 151
Karger, D. 414–15
Kärreman, D. 216, 381, 439, 467, 545, 560
organizational change 252, 254, 256, 260
Kashyap, R. 208
Katila, S. 174
Kaufman, B. 456
Kaulingfreks, R. 274
Keegan, A. 465
Keenoy, T. 214, 216, 221, 530–2
Keil, M. 403
Kelemen, M. 272, 275
Kelly, D. 457, 466
Kelly-Holmes, H. 383
Kemmis, S. 354–5
Kennedy, A. A. 234, 235
Kennedy, C. 63–4
Kennedy, P. 63–4
Kersten, A. 442
Ketz, J. E. 477
Key, M. 338
Khalifa, R. 474
Khanna, P. 507
Khurana, R. 63
Kieser, A. 287, 289, 293, 294, 295, 503
Kilbourne, W. E. 372
Kimberley, J. R. 253
Kincheloe, J. L. 353, 362, 363
Kipfer, B. A. 503
Kipping, M. 257
Kirby, E. L. 314
Kirkham, L. M. 313, 485
Kjonstad, B. 271
Klare, M. 137
Klein, H. K. 394, 396, 399
Klein, J. G. 41
Klein, N. 373–4, 419–20, 518
Kleinman, S. 312
Knights, D. 39, 112, 113, 205, 218
identity 170, 171, 173
LPT 80–1, 101, 102, 112, 335
organizational change 255, 256
poststructuralism 78, 79, 80, 88
strategy 422–3, 425–6
knowledge 43, 189, 197
and power 155, 156–7, 217
Kolakowski, L. 347
Kondo, D. 79, 173, 174, 336
Korczynski, M. 374–5
Kornberger, M. 276, 517–18
Kosmala, K. 171, 174
Koutsaumadi, A. 486
Kozinets, R. V. 382
Kreiner, G. E. 237
Kress, 218
Kristeva, J. 83
Kumaraswamy, A. 256, 257
Kunda, G. 172, 255, 295, 309
culture 238, 239
work 335, 529
Kurtz, P. 508, 509
Kvasny, L. 399–400, 402–3, 404
Kwek, D. 209 n.
labor process analysis 109, 333
labor process debate 100–3, 106–7, 109–10, 334–5
labor process theory (LPT) 6, 77, 80–1, 99–118, 292–4, 334, 526–7
and CMS 105–8, 154
core theory 101, 102, 107, 108, 110, 115, 117
further development 103–5
OʼDoherty on 108–18
and power 154
scope of 100–3
Thompson on 100–8
Lacan, J. 82, 83, 91, 539
identity 176–7
and subject 85, 86
Lacey, H. 61
Laclau, E. 114–15, 176, 177, 179, 215, 222–4
lamination 221
Landes, D. 293
Langton, N. 307
language 222
poststructuralism and 78–9, 83–4
structural linguistics 82
Lant, T. K. 253
Lash, S. 258
Latour, B. 116, 333, 482
Laughlin, R. 41, 475
Law, J. 116, 220
Lawler, E. 531
Lawrence, P. R. 150
Lawrence, T. 218
Lazonick, W. 293
leadership 307, 308, 310
Learned, E. S. 416–17
Leaver, A. 519, 521
Leavitt, H. J. 510
Ledoux, J. 220
Lee, A. S. 399
Legge, K. 456, 460, 462, 465
Lehman, C. R. 478
Lehman Brothers 16–17
(p. 574) Lehmbruch, G. 456–7
Leidner, R. 104, 105, 373
Leonard, P. 159, 172
Letiche, H. 272
Lévi-Strauss, C. 82, 83, 85
Levin, M. 360
Levinas, E. 91, 272, 274, 280–1, 539
Levy, D. 45–6, 258
environmental issues 133, 134–5, 137, 138
strategy 423–4, 426
Lewin, K. A. 253
Lewis, D. 288
Lewis, M. 505
liberal democracy:
and participatory communication 437–8
Lieberthal, K. 202
Lien, M. E. 373
lifeworld 33, 34
Light, B. 395
Lin, A. 404
Linstead, A. 175, 244, 245, 246
Linstead, S. 39, 45–6, 78, 189
Lodh, S. C. 41
Loft, A. 313, 485
Lorsch, J.W. 150
Lounsbury, M. 257, 258
Lowe, A. 399
Lowrie, A. 384–5
Lozada, H. R. 372
Luckmann, T. 38
Luhmann, N. 42
Luke, T. 127
Lukes, S. 147–8, 477
Lyon, D. 467
Lyotard, J.-F. 83
Lyytinen, K. 393, 399
Macdonald, L. D. 484
MacDuffie, J. P. 461
Macintosh, N. B. 479, 480
Mackenzie, D. 138, 139
Maclaren, P. 382
Macve, R. 156, 481
Maguire, P. 356
Mahama, H. 482
Mahon, M. 278
Malik, Z. 414–15
management accounting 480–3
management and organization studies (MOS) 125, 287–9
Management by Objectives (MBO) 171
management consultants/consultancies 194, 257
management education (ME) 536, 537–9
management gurus 194, 257
management knowledge:
international credentialing bodies 197
managerial power 223–4
managerialism 270–1, 377, 429, 464–5
Manchester School 109, 118
Mandarini, M. 527–30
Mandelson, P. 137
Mani, L. 208 n.
Manicas, P. 55, 56, 60, 67
Mantere, S. 427
March, J. 151, 477–8
Marciano, V. 456
Marcuse, H. 136, 269, 373, 560
CT 32, 35, 36, 40, 41
Marglin, S. 292, 293
marketing 40–1, 371–87
consumer identity and branding 378–80
consumer resistance and activism 381–2
consumer sovereignty and freedom of choice 374–6
critique of 371–4
marketing practice and work 380–1
and power 156–7
relationship marketing 376–7
markets 9–10
Markoff, J. 199
Marks, A. 105
Marquis, C. 258
Marsden, R. 54, 61
Marshall, J. 317
Martin, J. 135, 442, 464
Martin, R. 188
Marx, K. 6, 82, 90, 169, 293
capitalism 139, 330
power 146, 154, 160
work 329, 331
Marxism 146, 272
mass media 199
Massumi, B. 226
MBA degrees 17, 194, 196–7
MBO (Management by Objectives) 171
McAfee, K. 203
McCabe, D. 102, 113, 173
McCall, L. 315
McCarthy, T. 347
McCloskey, D. N. 299
McCormick, S. 41
McDonald, T. J. 289
McGrath, K. 401
McHugh, D. 169, 235–6, 336
McKelvey, B. 55, 253
(p. 575) McKenna, C. 257
McKinlay, A. 295
McLaren, P. L. 353, 362, 363
McNay, L. 174, 269, 270, 278
McSweeney, B. 236
McTaggart, R. 354–5
ME (management education) 536, 537–9
Meadow, M. 400, 406
Medhurst, M. J. 241
media 189, 199
Meek, V. L. 237, 240
Meisenbach, R. J. 40
Meizas, S. J. 253
mentoring:
and identity 171
Meriläinen, S. 174
Metcalf, D. 157
Meyer, J. 253
Meyerson, D. E. 174, 338
Mezias, S. 477
Michie, J. 510
Mick, D. G. 372
micro-emancipation 382
micro-political resistance 173–4
Mies, M. 358
Miles, R. H. 253
military capabilities 193–4
Miller, D. 136–7
Miller, P. 196, 474, 477, 481
Mills, A. J. 174, 239, 312, 314
Mills, C. W. 54
mining industry:
cyanide use 204–5
Mintzberg, H. 415, 419, 542
Mir, R. 187, 209 n.
Mitev, N. 400
modern systems theory:
and CT 41–2
Moghadam, V. M. 199–200
Mohrman, S. 531
Moisander, J. 381
Moizer, P. 486
Monbiot, G. 137
Monin, P. 258
Montuori, A. 127
Mooney, J. D. 503
Moore, K. 288, 404
moral philosophy:
and CMS 271–5
Morgan, G. 5, 156, 171, 218, 236
CT 37, 41
marketing 372–3, 375
strategy 422–3, 425–6
Morrill, C. 257
Morris, M. 395
Morton, A. D. 135
MOS (management and organization studies) 125, 287–9
Mouck, T. 473
Mouffe, C. 114–15, 176, 177, 179, 223
Mouritsen, J. 477–8
Moynihan, L. M. 462–4
Mufti, A. R. 245
multicultural diversity 199
Mumby, D. K. 39, 218, 219, 309, 312, 442
Muniesa, F. 138
Munir, K. 256, 399
Munslow, A. 290, 294, 295
Murgatroyd, S. 239
Murphy, A. G. 442
Murphy, B. O. 307
Murphy, J. 16
Murray, F. 149, 156–7, 158, 256
Murray, J. B. 372
Musson, G. 169, 172
Mutch, A. 63
Nandhakumar, J. 398–9
natural sciences 36
naturalization 9–10
Negri, A. 256, 258, 337, 339, 341, 529
Neimark, M. 474, 478
neocolonialism 201, 244
neoliberal globalization:
principles of 202
neo-Marxism 154, 169
neo-Weberian control theory 57
new institutionalism 151
New Social Movements (NSM) 207
Newell, P. J. 134, 137, 138
Newsome, K. 117
Newton, T. 79, 158, 172, 467
organizational history 294, 295, 299
Ngugi wa ThiongʼO 201
Ngwenyama, O. K. 399
Nichols, T. 109
non-governmental organizations (NGOs) 41, 191
Nord, W. 38
Nordberg, P. 127–8
NSM (New Social Movements) 207
Nye, R. A. 146
Oakes, L. S. 478
OʼConnor, E. S. 257
OʼDoherty, D. 63, 79, 103
oil production 126
(p. 576) Okoye, I. S. 383
OʼLeary, T. 196, 474, 481
Olsen, J. 477–8
one-dimensionality 35–6
Ong, A. 208
ontological dualism 59, 60
ontological realism:
CMS and 347–8, 358
Ooi, C. S. 294
OP (organizational politics) 158
operaismo (workerism) 337–8
organization:
organization theory 40, 512
organizational analysis 187
organizational change 251–60
and identity 254–5
and interorganizational fields 257–8
and organizational processes 255–7
and social dynamics 258–9
theories of 252–4
organizational communication 40
organizational history 286–99
alternative approaches 295–8
in critical management studies 292–5
critique of 290–2
in mainstream management and organization studies 287–9
organizational politics (OP) 158
organizational processes:
organizational change and 255–7
organizational strategy 218
organizational symbolism (OS) 237
organizations 443–5, 517–18
organizations and the natural environment (O&E) 125–40
aviation industry and 131–2
biotechnology 139
carbon markets 138–9
climate change mediatization 133–4
constructionism and 129–30
environmental degradation and global social inequality 136–7
Exxon 133
genomics 139
geopolitics of energy 137
global warming 125–6
nature, perception/characterization of 128–30
and power 150–1
pragmatic accommodation 130–1
realism and 129–30
review of 134–6
Orlikowski, W. J. 256, 397–8, 399
Orsatto, R. J. 136
Orwell, G. 278
OS (organizational symbolism) 237
OʼToole, J. 541–2
Overseas Development Institute 137
Ozanne, J. L. 372
Ozcaglar-Toulouse, N. 376
Paauwe, J. 461, 465
Packard, V. 373, 518
Palazzo, G. 39, 42, 44, 45–6
Palmer, J. 63
Park, C. 127
Park, P. 360
Parker, B. 188
Parker, C. 40, 64
Parker, I. 214, 540
Parker, M. 77, 154, 294, 429, 464
CMS 552, 554
ethics 267, 270–1, 272, 275
parrhesia 278
participatory communication:
liberal democracy and 437–8
participatory democracy:
communication and 440–1
Patel, R. 521–2
Pawson, R. 55
Payne, A. 202
Payton, F. C. 403
Peltonen, T. 272, 275
Peñaloza, L. 381–2
Penrose, E. T. 418
performance appraisal:
and identity 171
performativity 10, 11, 12–13
Perlman, S. 456
permanent opposition 553–8
Perrow, C. 295, 296
Peters, B. 44
Peters, J. D. 135
Peters, T. 233, 235, 338, 460
Petrella, R. 206
Pettigrew, A. 68, 253, 503, 509
Pfeffer, J. 151, 197, 253, 542, 543
PFIs (private finance initiatives) 196
phenomenological sociology 108–9
Phillips, N. 256
CR 65, 66–7, 68
discourse 217–19
Pinfield, L. T. 127, 130
Pizzigati, S. 507
Plato 146
pluralism 152–3, 153
political economy
strategy as 423–4
Pollert, A. 109, 173
Polley, R. W. 41
pollution 191, 203, 204–5
Pondy, L. R. 393
Poole, M. S. 252
Poovey, M. 516
popular culture 240–3
population-ecology research 57
Porter, S. 61, 63, 359
positivism 30, 37–8, 55, 58, 60, 398
Positivismusstreit (positivism debate) 32
postcolonialism 173, 187, 243–6
Poster, M. 156–7, 205
postmodernism 269, 272, 348, 360–1, 363
poststructuralism 76–93, 269, 272
and anti-essentialism 80–1, 87–91
in CMS 77–81
and communication 42–3
and language 78–9, 83–4
possible future of 91–3
reception of 91
struggle and resistance, analyses of 113–14
and subject 79–80, 84–7
Potter, J. 216
Poullaos, C. 484
Poverty Report (World Bank) 206
Powell, W. W. 257, 503
power 144–61, 191, 192, 218, 224–5
accounting and 156
alternative approaches 158–60
CMS and 153–8
contingency theory 150–1
domination and 147–8
ecology and 159–60
feminism and 158, 159
historical overview of concept 145–8
inequality and 159
institutional theory 151–2
knowledge and 155, 156–7, 217
LPT and 154
managerial 223–4
OP and 158
organization studies and 148–53
pluralism 152–3
resource dependency theory 151
stakeholder theory 152–3
Power, M. 41, 195–6, 467, 518–19, 520
accounting 475, 486
practice:
strategy as 424–5
pragmatism 43
Prahalad, C. K. 202
Prasad, A. 187, 201, 209 n., 244, 466
Prasad, P. 132, 134, 209 n.
Prasch, T. 79
Preece, D. 253
presentism 287–9
Preston, A. 482–3
Price, L. L. 381–2
Pringle, R. 310
private business firms 45
private finance initiatives (PFIs) 196
privatization 196
Priyadharshini, E. 244
protectionism 207–8
Pryke, M. 243
Pugh, D. S. 150, 253
Pulver, S. 130, 138
Purcell, J. 454, 461, 466
Purser, R. E. 127
Putnam, L. L. 309, 362, 439
queer studies:
and identity 173
Quinn, J. B. 151
R&D 189
racial issues 306, 318
Radcliffe, V. S. 485
Rahman, S. F. 479–80
Rajchman, J. 173–4
Rampersad, H. 528
Ramstad, P. 531
Rancière, J. 92
Randeria, S. 202
Rao, H. 257, 258
Rasche, A. 40
rational choice theory 57
Ray, C. A. 234
realism
and natural environment 129–30
scientific 54, 55, 57
theoretical 54, 55–6, 57
Reason, P. 354, 355, 362
reconstructionism 290, 291
Reed, M. 40, 77–8, 79, 219
CR 57, 58, 59, 63, 64, 65, 67
Reedy, P. 274, 468
reflexivity 10–11, 109, 117
reform environmentalism 130, 131, 132, 134
Rehn, A. 241–2
Reiley, C. A. 503
relationship marketing 376–7
Renner, M. 203
rent-seeking 192–3
(p. 578) reorientationism 289
repetitive change syndrome 258–9
research ethics 279–81
resource dependency theory 151
retro-organization theory 297–8
Reynolds, M. 541
Rhodes, C. 225, 256
culture 240–1, 242, 243
ethics 272, 273, 276
Richards, D. 216
Richardson, A. L. 484
Richardson, H. 395, 396, 399–400, 402–4
Ricoeur, P. 292
Rifkin, J. 202
Rittenberg, J. 479
Ritzer, G. 188
Roberts, J. 223
accounting 480, 481, 483
ethics 272, 273–4
identity 176, 179
Robey, D. 394
Robinson, B. 395, 396, 399, 402, 404
Rodrigues, S. B. 507
Rollins, J. 318
Romm, T. 158
Rorty, R. 43
Rosa, E. A. 134
Rose, N. 79, 456, 468
Rosen, M. 238, 239, 401–2
Rosenau, P. M. 360
Roslender, R. 474, 475
Ross, A. 338
Roth, K. 127
Rowan, B. 253
Rowell, A. 133, 134
Roy, W. G. 296
Royal Society 133
Ruddick, S. 269
Rumbo, J. D. 382
Rumelt, R. 415, 419
Russell, S. 392, 397
Rynes, S. 531
S11 anarchists 207
Sahlin-Andersson, K. 197
Said, E. 173, 201, 209 n., 244–5, 269, 352
Salaman, G. 257
Salanick, G. 253
Salencik, G. 151
Samra-Fredericks, D. 424–5
Sandelands, L. 78
Saren, M. 386
Sassen, S. 198
Saussure, F. de 82
Savage, M. 66, 312
Sawyer, S. 399
Sayer, A. 57, 58, 60, 61–2, 64, 359
Sayles, L. R. 150
Scapens, R.W. 480, 483
Scarseletta, M. 477
Scheeres, H. 225
Schein, E. 234
Scherer, A. G. 552
Schmitter, P. C. 456–7
Schneider, S. C. 234
Scholte, J. A. 201–2
Schroeder, J. 380
Schultze, U. 399–400
Schwarz, G. M. 504
Schwarzkopf, S. 381
scientific realism 54, 55, 57
SCOS (Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism) 237
SCOT (social construction of technology) 397
Scott, J. 53, 54, 65, 66, 68
Scott, L. M. 372
Scott, W. R. 257
Scott Bader 511
Scully, M. A. 174, 258
Seal, W. 480
Seddon, P. 395
Sedgwick, E. K. 173
Seidman, S. 221–2
self-identity 169:
see also identity
selfhood 176
Selznick, P. 418
Sen, J. 208
Sennett, R. 167, 179, 259, 260, 352
service proletariat 187, 197–8
Sewell, G. 157, 255, 335, 350
identity 171, 173, 174
sexual harassment 310
sexuality 310–11
Shackleton, K. 484
Shaoul, J. 518–19, 521
Shattock, M. 555
Shearer, T. L. 479
Shenhav, Y. 294
Sherer, M. J. 474–5, 478
Shildrick, M. 269
Shipilov, A. V. 57
Shrivastava, P. 39, 40, 128, 421–2, 423–4
Shuler, S. 316
Sibeon, R. 61, 66
Siegelbaum, L. H. 466
Sikka, P. 16–17, 474, 479
Silverman, D. 37
Simmell, G. 139
Simon, H. 151
Simon, R. 352
Sinclair, A. 260
Singer, P. 204
Sirgy, M. J. 378
Siu, L. 138
Skålén, P. 380
Sklair, L. 68, 207
Sköld, D. 241–2
Skoldberg, K. 350–1, 352
Smircich, L. 234, 236–7, 240, 243, 245–6, 317
Smith, A. M. 178, 374
Smith, C. 64, 68, 103, 105, 108
Snehota, I. 376
Soares, C. 274
social analysis 38
social and political theory 42
social construction of technology (SCOT) 397
social constructivism 38, 60–1
social dynamics:
organizational change and 258–9
social inequality 153–4
social justice movement 207
social movements 41, 258
social shaping of technology (SST) 397
social theory and methodology 11
social work 340
sociological dualism:
limitations of 110–12
Sommers, M. R. 55, 57
Soper, K. 128–9
Sørensen, B. M. 91
Sorge, A. 150, 257
Sorrell, T. 270
Sostike, D. 191
Sparrow, P. 458
Spicer, A. 12–13, 46, 91, 468, 560
cartels 538–9
CME 545
discourse 223
identity 173, 176, 177
Spivak, G. C. 84, 173, 245, 269
Spybey, T. 207
SST (social shaping of technology) 397
Stablein, R. 38
Stager Jacques, R., see Jacques, R.
stakeholder theory 40, 152–3, 153
Stalker, G. M. 150, 253
Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism (SCOS) 237
Starkey, K. 63, 136
Stavrakakis, Y. 177, 506
Steel, M. 288
Steffy, B. D. 38, 40
Stern, B. 372
Steven, G. 253
Steven, V. 253
Stewart, A. 65
Steyaert, C. 91, 466
Stones, R. 60, 65, 70
Storey, J. 459–60
strategic management 39–40, 426–8
strategy 414–29
agency theory 418
approaches to critiquing 421
critical discussions 420–6
critical reflections 426–8
critical theory approach 424
as discourse 422–3
historical materialism approach 424
and identity 171
as ideology 421–2
industrial economics 416, 417
as political economy 423–4
as practice 424–5
processual approach 424
research overview 416–20
TCE 416, 418
teaching 428
Strauss, G. 456
Streeter, D. 485
structuralism 77, 82–3, 84–6
structuration theory 115–16
Sturdy, A. 194, 196, 251, 257, 555
Sturdy, S. 251
subject
poststructuralism and 79–80, 84–7
structuralism and 84–6
subjectification
and identity regulation 171–3
‘missing subject’ 101, 105, 109, 116–17, 171
subjectivity 103, 108, 111, 156–7, 180 n. 1
and identity 108, 109–10, 111, 113–16, 117
manufacturing of 171–2
Suddaby, R. 485
Sugarman, D. 485
Sundaramurthy, C. 505
Suokannas, M. 381
supplementarism 289
sustainability:
globalization and 203–5
sustainable development 130, 131, 132, 134, 187, 190–1
Sutton, P. 130
(p. 580) Sutton, T. G. 477
Sveningsson, S. 175, 255, 415
Sweezy, P. 373
system 33–4
Tapia, A. 403
Taylor, B. C. 294
Taylor, J. R. 214, 221
Taylor, P. 63–4, 104, 105, 485
Taylor, S. 511
Taylorism 293
TCE (transaction cost economics) 416, 418
technical performativity 12
technocracy:
critique of 36
technology 189
ten Bos, R. 270–1, 272, 274, 275
Thackaberry, J. A. 447
Thatchenkery, T. 78
theoretical realism 54, 55–6, 57
theory culture 245
Therborn, G. 189
Thomas, H. 556
Thomas, J. 350, 502
Thomas, R. 105, 255
Thompson, G. F. 476
Thompson, P. 11, 68, 77, 559
culture 235–6
Fournier and Grey, critique of 11–12, 23 n. 9
hierarchy 503
HRM 466, 468
identity 167, 169, 171–2, 173, 174
organizational change 258
work 336
Thornton, E. 504
Thrift, N. 225, 227, 254, 258, 541
Tilley, N. 55, 66
Tinker, A. M. 474–5, 478, 486, 518–19
Tiratsoo, N. 63
Tonelli, M. J. 466
Torfing, J. 177, 223
Tosh, J. 291
Total Quality Management (TQM) 171
Townley, B. 79
globalization 193
HRM 460, 467
identity 171, 179
organizational history 294–5
and power 156–7
TQM (Total Quality Management) 171
transaction cost economics (TCE) 416, 418
transnational corporations 189, 191, 192–3, 198
Trauth, E. 398–9, 400
Trehan, K. 40, 541
Treleavan, L. 361
Trethewey, A. 444
Tronti, M. 337, 529
Tsoukas, H. 251, 253, 292
tsunami (2004) 204
Turley, S. 486
Tzokas, N. 377
UCS (Union of Concerned Scientists) 133
Ulrich, P. 39, 40
UN:
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 125, 129, 133–4
Unermann, J. 40
Unger, R. M. 501
Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) 133
universalism 43, 287–9
University of Leicester School of Management 552–3
Urry, J. 258
Üsdiken, B. 287, 289
Useem, M. 68
Uzzi, B. 253
Vaara, E. 427
Van de Ven, A. 252
van Dijk, T. 214
Van Every, E. J. 214, 221
Van Maanen, J. 239
Van Witteloostuijn, A. 257
Vanneman, R. 315
Varey, R. 436, 445
Varnam, R. 41, 375
Veblen, T. 373
Venkatesh, A. 372
Venkatesh, V. 395
Ventresca, M. 63
Vernon, G. 458
Vidaillet, B. 91
Vurdubakis, T. 79, 148, 155
Wajcman, J. 405
Walker, S. P. 484, 485
Wall, T. D. 461
Wallace, R. S. 479
Walsh, W. G. 289
Walsham, G. 256, 399, 400, 401
Ward, R. (Bob) 133
(p. 581) Warhurst, C. 405
Warwick Organizational Behaviour Staff (WOBS) 332, 560
Waterman, R. H., Jr. 233, 235
Waters, J. 276
Waters, M. 137
Watson, T. 275–6, 465, 545
Watts, M. 137
Webb, J. 105, 167, 179
Weber, M. 53, 149, 295, 334, 503
Webster, B. 131
Wedlin, L. 197
Weedon, C. 173–4
Weick, K. 216
Weitzner, D. 91
Welford, R. 127–8, 135
Welsh, M. A. 63
Wendt, R. F. 310
Wernerfelt, B. 418
Wessler, H. 44
West, C. 308, 319
Westphal, J. D. 507
Westrup, C. 395, 400
Westwood, R. 78, 240–1, 245
Wetherell, M. 216
White, H. 290, 291, 298
Whitley, R. 2, 64, 68
Whittaker, L. 399, 400
Whittington, R. 415, 419
Whyte, W. 251
Wieland, S. 442
Wilkinson, B. 157, 171, 335
Wilkinson, R. 508
Willcocks, L. 395
Williams, A. 358
Williams, C. L. 310, 315
Williams, K. 66, 479, 518–19, 521
Williams, R. 202, 232, 392, 397, 510
Williamson, O. E. 418, 507
Willis, P. 111, 173
Willke, G. 42
Willke, H. 42
Willmott, H. 113, 208, 239, 394, 560
accounting 474, 479, 481, 482, 484
CR 52, 62–3, 69
discourse 215, 223, 224
emancipation 87, 332, 382
ethics 271, 272, 277–8
HRM 456, 458, 460, 464
identity 169, 171, 172, 173, 176, 177, 179
identity work 339–40
LPT 101, 102, 103, 105, 112, 335
organizational change 255, 256
poststructuralism 79, 80, 81
power 147, 149
strategy 420, 423–4, 426
work 330–1
Wilson, D. 256
Wilson, E. O. 129
Wilson, P. A. 478
Winiecki, D. 156–7
Winner, L. 397
Winstanley, D. 272, 466
Witz, A. 312, 313
WOBS (Warwick Organizational Behaviour Staff) 332, 560
Wodak, R. 217, 218, 219
Wolkowitz, C. 158
women's rights 199–200
Wood, A. 206–7
Wood, S. J. 461
Wood, T., Jnr. 466
Woodall, J. 466
Woodward, J. 150, 253
work 328–41
and autonomy 337–9
and CMS 330–5
conventional 339
cooperation 338–9
discourse framing 335–6
and disengagement 527–30
and emancipation 332, 340–1
epistemological status of 331, 332, 336
identity 339–40
and immaterial labor 337–9
ontology of 331, 332, 335–6, 335–7
politics of 331–2, 336
poststructural analysis of 335–6
social 340
social factory 337–40
workerism (operaismo) 337–8
World Bank 16, 136, 137, 202, 206
World Social Forum (WSF) 207, 208
World Trade Organization (WTO) 200, 202
Worthington, F. 102, 113, 173, 482
Wright, P. 454, 462–4, 466
WSF (World Social Forum) 207, 208
Yapa, L. 403
Ybema, S. 259, 260, 377
Yeomans, D. 353
(p. 582) York, R. 134
Young, J. J. 477, 478
Zald, M. N. 257, 287–8
Zammuto, R. 78
Zavestoski, S. 382
Zeff, S. 476
Zenger, T. R. 507
Zimmerman, D. 308
Žižek, S. 113–14, 333, 341
identity 167, 174, 176
Zmud, R. W. 394, 404
Zorn, T. 307
Zuboff, S. 399