4 edition of Organizational myths found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gunnar Westerlund & Sven-Erik Sjostrand.|
|Contributions||Sjöstrand, Sven-Erik, 1945- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD38 .W42513|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||79310803|
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Organizational Olympians: Heroes and Heroines of Organizational Myths th Edition by M. Kostera (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the Format: Hardcover.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Westerlund, Gunnar, Organizational myths. London ; New York: Harper & Row, (OCoLC) The first volume in a series of three focuses on myth in everyday organizational life, pertaining to individual actors: heroes and heroines, and the roles they play in organizations.
Attitudes and temperaments, as well as professional ethos, are narrated and mythologized to. Most (arguably all) of these myths overlook (or oversimplify) how people really behave – organizational management appears to be the last bastion of rational, utility-maximizing homo : Koen Smets.
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The text examines the most common management mistakes made in today’s organizations and provides a simple historical and theoretical context for successful management strategies/5(33). This book debunks plenty of myths about change including the 70% 'failure stat' as well as pop psychology fads that people new to change management latch onto.
Paul is a self-professed math geek who brings neo-behaviorism, brain science and decades of experience in large organizational changes with this book/5.
Get this from a library. Organizational olympians: heroes and heroines of organizational myths. [Monika Kostera;] -- This first volume in a series of three focuses on myth in everyday organizational life, anmd pertains to individual actors: heroes and heroines, and the roles they play in organizations.
Attitudes. The Aging Workforce examines the changing demographics of the workforce, and their impact on the world of work. The numbers and proportions of older individuals in the U.
population are increasing. Most organizations are ill-prepared to meet the challenges associated with older workers, and little research has addressed the development and implementation of effective Pages: Jeffrey R.
Edwards, Seven Deadly Myths of Testing Moderation in Organizational Research. Robert J. Vandenberg, Darrin M. Grelle, Alternative Model Specifications in Structural Equation Modeling: Facts, Fictions, and Truth.
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About this book Introduction The first volume in a series of three focuses on myth in everyday organizational life, pertaining to individual actors: heroes and heroines, and the. A comprehensive guide to essential theories and practices of change creation and implementation.
Organizational Change provides an essential overview to implementing deliberate and focused change through effective communication Laurie Lewis integrates academic rigor with real-world case studies to provide a comprehensive. THE NATURE OF COMMUNICATION IN ORGANIZATIONS 19 Hopefully, this book will suggest ways in which to use communication as a positive tool to enhance our work environment and our work relationships.
Myth 6: The more communication, the better. If it is a good thing/ and it will solve all our problems, then of course the more of it the Size: KB.
Ranked #1 on Amazon books on organizational change in ; compared with Switch, The Fifth. Discipline, and The Halo Effect; readers say “brings change management into the 21st century”, and “the best book on change I’ve ever read. Links the science of human change to the science of changing businesses and debunks management myths.
The world of management is blighted by fads, fiction and falsehoods. In Myths of Management, Cary Cooper and Stefan Stern take you on an entertaining journey through the most famous myths surrounding the much-written about topic of management.
They debunk false assumptions, inject truth into over-simplifications and tackle damaging habits head-on. Book Review of Mitch McCrimmon's () "Burn. 7 Leadership Myths in Ashes" Author: Diane K. Norbutus Subject: Dr.
Norbutus found the ideas in BURN. consistent with both the emerging understanding of non-positional emergent leadership and her considerable experience in organizational change efforts (Norbutus, ).
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organizational culture is a slippery concept to concretely define. This paper deals with the historical development and foundational understandings of both the term culture, from anthropology, and its appropriation by industrial organization researchers to organizational culture.
A foundational definition by Edgar Schein of MIT’s SloanFile Size: 1MB. As a specialization in our field, organizational communication can arguably be traced back to Alexander R. Heron’s book, Sharing Information With Employees that looked at manager-employee communication (Redding & Tompkins; Meyers & Sadaghiani).
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As a result, he realizes a. when selecting a candidate, he should take into account the individual-organization fit.
organizational culture does not play a role in selection. promotion decisions are not influenced by organizational culture. The book helps students to identify and read organizational culture through different lenses, create cultural interpretations, and ultimately make informed work and employment decisions.
Key Features Offers a communication perspective: The focus on communication practices and processes helps students understand how they can influence the.
Michael R. Frone, PhD, is a social–organizational psychologist and a senior research scientist at the Research Institute on Addictions, University at Buffalo, State University of New York. His research has focused on employee mental health, physical health, and substance use.
He also has conducted research on stressful life events and alcohol use, the measurement and Author: Frone, Michael R. The Myths of Creativity: Book Review entrepreneurship and organizational behavior.
He also founded an online publication that examines leadership and innovation, and has spoken to a wide variety of audiences, from multinationals to the U.S. Academy. He holds a doctorate in strategic leadership from Regent University.
His new book The Myths. Stable cultures are predictable, rule-oriented, and bureaucratic. These organizations aim to coordinate and align individual effort for greatest levels of efficiency.
When the environment is stable and certain, these cultures may help the organization be effective by providing stable and constant levels of output (Westrum, ).
These cultures. Among the parallel movements that organizational symbolism contributed to legitimize it is worth mentioning the narrative approach (Czarniawska and Gagliardi, ), which emphasized the importance of the stories and myths produced in organizations and explored the analogy – proposed by Ricoeur () – between text (narrating) and action.
To release myths’ grip on leadership and organizational studies, Goldstein’s approach is to offer a new model of emergence that “corresponds more closely to actual research into emergent systems where the idea of self-organization was first proposed” (p.
63), rather than to the “ popular interpretationsof research findings” (p. with Frost et al.’s ( 17) ‘definition’ of organizational culture: ‘Talking about organizational culture seems to mean talking about the importance for people of symbolism – of rituals, myths, stories and legends – and about the interpretation of events, ideas, and experiences that.
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In the new edition, Weisbord. The persistence of myths about individual and organizational behavior in emergencies raises the question: Where do these myths come from. Some of them appear to come from scholars such as Gustav LeBon who, in his book The Crowd, argued that in times of crisis man reverts to what he called the lower orders, which he said include animals, women.
Organizational storytelling is a concept in management and organization recognises the special place of narration in human communication, making narration "the foundation of discursive thought and the possibility of acting in common." This follows the narrative paradigm, a view of human communication based on the conception of persons as homo narrans.
There's no description for this book yet. Can you add one. Edition Notes Source title: Organizational Olympians: Heroes and Heroines of Organizational Myths The Physical Object Format paperback Number of pages ID Numbers Open Library OLM ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Not in Library.
Check nearby libraries. Myths such as that the hierarchy is finished, money is the only motivation, leaders are born and not made, and long hours are the key to success are brought up. All of this is packaged into a very enjoyable book, worthy of reading even if you already have debunked some of the claims or have different experiences from the real-world/5(6).
Synopsis This book is the first in a trilogy on myth making in organizing, exploring the role of myth in contemporary organizational discourse and practice. It is the first extensive publication that systematizes the current and emerging interest in Author: M.
Kostera. CHICAGO (PRWEB) Business development expert Jason Richmond shatters myths about corporate culture in his new book “Culture Spark: 5 Steps to Ignite and Sustain Organizational Growth.”.
Richmond, with more than twenty years of experience guiding startups and Fortune s, exposes the misunderstandings common among company. This book is geared towards “powerless leaders” — those who have no authority — so the book is suitable for anyone at any level of the organization who wants to implement change.
The Myths of Organizational Change. In Fearless Change, the authors describe several myths of organizational change, including the following. This book provides a clear and concise introduction to the different approaches to studying organizational culture. Joann Keyton introduces the basic elements—assumptions, values, and artifacts—of organizational culture, draws on communication and management research findings, and integrates practical applications throughout the : SAGE Publications.