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The Oxford handbook of management theorists

Morgen Witzel; Malcolm Warner 2013

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  • Title:
    The Oxford handbook of management theorists
  • Author: Morgen Witzel; Malcolm Warner
  • Subjects: Management -- History; Management -- Philosophy; Leadership; Ability; Command of troops; Followership; History
  • Description: Frederick Winslow Taylor / Mind, Method, and Motion: Frank and Lillian Gilbreth / Henri Fayol / Mary Parker Follett / George Elton Mayo / Lyndall Urwick / Chester Barnard and the Systems Approach to Nurturing Organizations / The Tavistock Group / Deeply Engaged, Intuitively Analytical and Determinedly Applied: Tom Burns and Joan Woodward in Context but not in Concert / W. Edwards Deming / The Life and Diverse Contributions of Dr J. M. Juran / Edith Penrose's Contribution to Economics and Management Scholarship / Peter F. Drucker / Herbert Alexander Simon: Philosopher of the Organizational Life-World / Alfred Chandler's Managerial Revolution: Developing and Utilizing Productive Resources / The Aston Studies: A Journey Towards a Science of Administration? / James March, Richard Cyert, and the Evolving Field of Organizations / Geert Hofstede / John Paul Kotter / Henry Mintzberg / The Competitive Advantage of Michael Porter / Ikujiro Nonaka / Sumantra Ghoshal / C.K. Prahalad /
    The handbook will evaluate the ideas and influence of 25 major management theorists, examining their impact on the evolvement of management as a discipline. The chapters will review the contributions of these theorists in light of their contemporary context and each other, from the pioneers to post-war theorists and later business school theorists.
  • Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press
  • Creation Date: 2013
  • Format: xix, 592 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Language: English
  • Identifier: ISBN 9780199585762;ISBN 0199585768
  • Source: 01DAL WC ALMA

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