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Academy of Management Journal (AMJ)
Academy of Management Review (AMR)
Academy of Management (Management Archive)
Academy of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict proceedings
Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ)
American Journal of Management Development
American Journal of Sociology (AJS)
American Sociological Review (ASR)
British journal of management
Business Change and Reengineering: The Journal of Corporate Transformation
Business Process Management Journal
Business Review, A Journal of the International University in Geneva
California Management Review
Harvard Business Review (HBR)
Human Resource Development Quarterly
Human Resource Management International Digest
Information Systems Management
International journal of managing projects in business
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
Journal of business case studies
Journal of Management
Journal of Management Inquiry
Journal of Management Studies
Journal of Organizational Behavior Management
Journal of Organizational Change Management
Latest Management Research & Practice
Management for Strategic Business Ideas
Production planning & control
Qualitative Data on Program Innovations
Sloan Management Review
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This supplemental list of relevant readings are provided for the student’s benefit should she/he wish to delve more deeply into the subject.
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The ability to design complex organizations to meet challenges such as globalization, outsourcing, and capability development has become ever more important. Yet the field of organization theory has for long neglected the fine-grained study of design. It has opted instead for truncated characterizations of this complex phenomenon, or, more commonly, has ignored the subject entirely. As a result, the field has failed to develop insights that can inform practice. We argue that this is a serious problem that was avoided by the founders of our discipline, and describe its roots in the social climate and publishing constraints of our discipline. We conclude by presenting options for how design can be more thoroughly and usefully studied in a manner that is practical for researchers and revealing to academics and practitioners alike.
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If you are looking for a quick introduction to the ideas of a number of thought-leaders on how to manage people, this book is a good resource…
In my opinion, every article in the book contains ideas which will be useful in almost any workplace. In most workplaces there is enormous scope for improving the quality of people management. Some of the articles were first published more than 20 years ago, but the principles which they espouse are yet to find their way into most workplaces. I highly recommend this book to any manager.
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Trust plays a central role in organizational life. It facilitates exchanges among individuals, enhances cooperation and coordination, and contributes to more effective relationships. This volume brings together a cross-disciplinary group of contributors to present some of the latest, most exciting conceptual perspectives in the field and to demonstrate a variety of new methodological approaches to the study of trust. It includes discussions on: the psychological and social antecedents of trust; the effects of social and organizational structures on trust; and the broad effects of trust on organizational functioning.
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