Work, Postmodernism and Organization: A Critical Introduction

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    The Organization, Theory and Society series publishes leading-edge books reflecting the newest and most significant developments in contemporary organization studies. Each book will adopt an interdisciplinary perspective, which draws on dialogue among scholars concerned with organization from a range of perspectives.

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    Mike Reed, University of Lancaster

    Hari Tsoukas, Athens Laboratory of Business Administration

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    Epigraph

    Ours is essentially a tragic age, so we refuse to take it tragically. The cataclysm has happened, we are among the ruins, we start to build up new habits, to have new little hopes. It is rather hard work: there is now no smooth road into the future: but we go round, or scramble over the obstacles. We've got to live, no matter how many skies have fallen.

    (D. H. Lawrence, 1960 [1928]: 5)

    Dedication

    For William

    Acknowledgements

    We are very grateful to Rosemary Nixon and to Mike Reed for their interest in the book, especially during its early stages, and to all those at Sage who assisted in its publication. Our special thanks also go to the Division of Sociology and Social Policy at Glasgow Caledonian University who provided financial assistance for teaching relief, and in particular to our colleagues Bill Hughes and Rachel Russell who have been a constant source of insight and encouragement. We would like to acknowledge our students from ‘Rethinking Organization’ for giving us the opportunity to discuss many of the ideas explored here. We are also particularly grateful to Pamela Abbott, Roger Sapsford, Martin Parker, and many others who have offered constructive comments on much of the material contained here, particularly during the earliest stages of the book's gestation. Finally, we would like to thank those people who have supported us in a whole variety of ways, in particular Paul and Victoria, Veronica and Jeremy, Tim, Wendy, Michael, Abbigayle, Adam and Gemma, Tor, Steve and Wendy, Molly, Olive and last but not least, William. Despite the influence that those cited above have had on the writing of this book, we are, of course, entirely responsible for any factual errors or inaccuracies of interpretation (although if anybody is willing to share the blame we would be more than accommodating).

    Finally, while we would like to say that working together on this has been an immensely enjoyable experience for both of us; Bill, Rachel and Murphy know the truth.

    PhilipHancockMelissaTyler
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