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“This excellent, pioneering book is a must-read as we enter the new millennium.” --David J. Farmer, State University of New York Comprehensive and timely, Postmodern Management and Organization Theory provides a critique of postmodern theory as it stands today. The text gives an overview of issues as they relate to management and organization theory and its history and assembles in one volume a variety of important works on postmodern philosophy--including feminist, cultural, and environmental philosophies. The contributors address the future of postmodern advancement in management and organization theory and method, establishing an agenda for future research. This thought-provoking book will be useful to scholars, researchers and upper-level students in organization theory, organization behavior and change, management, and industrial psychology.

Do You Take Your Body to Work?
Do you take your body to work?
DavidBarry
Mary AnnHazen

Do you take your body to work? If you are a laborer, build houses, or pour concrete, you are probably well aware of your body at work. If you are an artist, a policeman walking a beat, or a professional athlete, you probably listen to your body's voices, are alert to your gut reactions, and respond to variations in vibrations and rhythms. If you are a manager in a corporation, you may attend to these as well. But mainstream management and organization theories tend to ignore such practices and, to the extent that they acknowledge the human body at all, stress conformance to organizational dictates and constraints. Certainly, our theories about ...

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