The Oxford Handbook of Management Ideas

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576 pages

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ISBN:

9780198794219

Publication date:

13/05/2019

Hardback

576 pages

Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Andrew Sturdy, Stefan Heusinkveld, Trish Reay & and David Strang

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Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Andrew Sturdy, Stefan Heusinkveld, Trish Reay & and David Strang

Description

Management ideas, and their associated applications, have become a prevalent feature of our working lives. While their focus is familiar, such as efficiency, motivation, and improvement, they range from specific notions such as activity-based costing, to broad movements like corporate social responsibility. This Handbook brings together some of the latest research from leading international scholars on how management ideas are produced, promoted, and adapted, and their effects on business and working practices and society at large.

Rather than focusing on specific management ideas, this volume explores their key socio-political contexts and channels of dissemination, and is organized around four core overlapping themes. The first section sets out the research field in general, in terms of both an overall system and of different perspectives and research methods. The second section explores the role of different actors and channels of diffusion, including the consumers and producers of management ideas and 'new' media, as well as traditional players in the management ideas field such as consultancies and business schools. The third section focuses on specific features or dynamics of the management ideas system, such as their adoption, evolution, institutionalisation, and resurgence, while in the final section, critical and new perspectives on management ideas are examined, highlighting specific socio-political contexts and the possibility of alternative ideas and forms of critique.

With a broad range of perspectives represented, this Handbook provides a comprehensive, authoritative, and enduring resource for those studying management, innovation, and organizational change, as well as for those working in the management ideas industry.

About the Editor

Andrew Sturdy is Professor of Management and Organisation at the University of Bristol, UK. Previously, he held posts at Imperial College London and the Universities of Bath, Melbourne and Warwick. His research lies mostly in the field of organisational innovation and the role of management consultancy. His work includes co-authored books such as Beyond Organisational Change (Macmillan), Management Consultancy (Oxford University Press) and Management as Consultancy (Cambridge University Press). He is an associate editor of the Journal of Management Inquiry and a Visiting Professor at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). His latest work explores consultancy in national and transnational public sector contexts, including the UK National Health Service.

Stefan Heusinkveld is an Associate Professor at the Department of Management and Organization, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). His research concentrates on the production and consumption of management ideas with a special interest in studying the role of professions and occupations, management gurus, and the business media. He has published on these topics in several journals such as British Journal of Management and Journal of Management Studies. His work also includes books such as The Management Idea Factory (Routledge), and The Flow of Management Ideas (Cambridge University Press). He is lead coordinator of the EGOS Standing Working Group on 'Management, Occupations and Professions in Social Context'.

Trish Reay is Professor in Strategic Management and Organization at the University of Alberta School of Business in Edmonton, Canada. She also holds a Visiting Distinguished Professor appointment at Warwick Business School. She currently serves as Editor-in-Chief at Organization Studies. Her research interests include qualitative research methods, organizational and institutional change, professions, and professional identity. She studies these topics in the context of health care and family firms. Published articles from these research streams appear in Academy of Management Journal, Organization Studies, andJournal of Management Studies.

David Strang is Professor of Sociology at Cornell University. His research has focused on the spread of practices in the business, political, and scientific worlds. He has developed statistical methods for the study of diffusion within an event history framework and agent-based models for the simulation of booms and busts in managerial fashion. Strang is author of Learning by Example: Imitation and Innovation at a Global Bank (Princeton, 2010) and has published in journals such as Academy of Management Journal, American Journal of Sociology and Organization Studies. He has held visiting appointments at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, INSEAD, Oxford, the University of Amsterdam, and Tel Aviv University, and received a Ph.D. in sociology from Stanford.

 

 

 

Contributors:

Eric Abrahamson, Columbia University
Ozan Nadir Alakavuklar, Massey University
Phil Almond, University of Leicester
Deborah Anderson, University of Oxford
Shaz Ansari, University of Cambridge
Marcos Barros, Grenoble École de Management
Jos Benders, Norwegian University of Science and Technology 
Julian Birkinshaw, London Business School
Suleika Bort, University of Mannheim
Patricia Bromley, Stanford University
Sylwia Ciuk, Oxford Brookes University
David Collins, University of Suffolk
Tony Edwards, Loughborough University London
Lars Engwall, Uppsala University
Nicolai Foss, Bocconi University
Hélène Giroux, HEC Montréal
Philip Hancock, University of Essex
Stefan Heusinkveld, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 
Jonas A. Ingvaldsen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology 
Philipp Kern, Loughborough University London
Alfred Kieser, University of Mannheim
Juha-Antti Lamberg, University of Jyväskylä
Darren McCabe, Lancaster University
Mohit Mehta, Cranfield University
Michael Mol, Copenhagen Business School
Joe O'Mahoney, Cardiff University
Martin Parker, University of Bristol
Alessandro Piazza, Rice University
Shawn Pope, Stanford University
Craig Prichard, Massey University
Andreas Rasche, Stockholm School of Economics
Trish Reay, Alberta School of Business
Michael Reed, Cardiff University
Patrick Reinmoeller, Cranfield University
Kjell Arne Røvik, University of Norway
Charles-Clemens Rüling, Grenoble Ecole de Management
Riku Ruotsalainen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Stephanie Russell, Anglia Ruskin University
Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic, Centre de Sociologie des Organisations
Hannele Seeck, University of Turku
David Seidl, University of Cambridge
Pramodita Sharma, University of Vermont
Sanjay Sharma, University of Vermont
Jost Sieweke, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
David Strang, Cornell University
Andrew Sturdy, University of Bristol
Olga Tregaskis, University of East Anglia 
Melissa Tyler, Essex Business School
Marlieke van Grinsven, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 
Peter Walgenbach, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Linda Wedlin, Uppsala University
Andreas Werr, Stockholm School of Economics 
Richard Whittington, University of Oxford
Christopher Wickert, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Christian Wittrock, Oslo Metropolitan University
Christopher Wright, The University of Sydney

Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Andrew Sturdy, Stefan Heusinkveld, Trish Reay & and David Strang

Table of contents

Researching Management Ideas: An Introduction, Andrew Sturdy, Stefan Heusinkveld, Trish Reay, and David Strang
Understanding Management Ideas
1: The System of Management Ideas: Origins, Microfoundations, and Dynamics, Michael J. Mol, Nicolai Foss, and Julian Birkinshaw
2: The Lifecycle of Management Ideas: Innovation, Diffusion, Institutionalization, Dormancy, and Rebirth, Eric Abrahamson and Alessandro Piazza
3: The Philosophy Of Management Ideas, Joe O'Mahoney
4: Methods for the Study of Management Ideas, David Strang and Christian Wittrock
5: Management Techniques, Andreas Werr and Peter Walgenbach
6: Instrumental Understanding Of Management Ideas, Kjell Arne Røvik
Actors
7: Thought Leaders and Followers: The Impact of Consultants and Advisers on Management Ideas, Christopher Wright
8: Business Studies and Management Ideas, Lars Engwall and Linda Wedlin
9: Multinational and Transnational Organisations: The Role Of Globalizing Actors, Philipp Kern, Phil Almond, Tony Edwards, and Olga Tregaskis
10: Business Media: From Gatekeeping to Transmediality, Marcos Barros and Charles-Clemens Rüling
11: Management's Gurus, David Collins
12: The Consumers and Co-Producers of Management Ideas, Suleika Bort and Alfred Kieser
Processes
13: The Re-adoption Of Management Ideas: How They Come, How They Go, And Why Some Come Back, Patrick Reinmoeller, Shaz Ansari, and Mohit Mehta
14: The Persistence of Management Ideas: How Framing Keeps 'Lean' Moving, Jos Benders, Marlieke van Grinsven, and Jonas A. Ingvaldsen
15: Evolving Management Ideas, Hannele Seeck and Juha-Antti Lamberg
16: Popular Management Ideas, Hélène Giroux
17: Professional Structures and Practice Change: Institutionalization Processes in Accounting and Strategy, Richard Whittington and Deborah Anderson
18: Management Ideas as Standards, Andreas Rasche and David Seidl
19: Understanding and Analysing Resistance to Management Ideas, Darren McCabe, Sylwia Ciuk, and Stephanie Russell
20: The Performance Implications of Management Ideas, Christopher Wickert, Jost Sieweke, and Riku Ruotsalainen
Contexts
21: The (Geo)-Politics of Management Ideas - Three Moments in the Trajectory of an Instrument of Power, Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic
22: Management Ideas and the Social Construction of Organizations, Shawn Pope and Patricia Bromley
23: The Role of Family Firms in Corporate Sustainability, Pramodita Sharma and Sanjay Sharma
24: Managing Public Service Professionals under New Public Management, Michael Reed
25: Management Ideas in Everyday Life, Philip Hancock and Melissa Tyler
26: Changing the Critique: From Critical Management Studies to Activist Scholarship, Craig Prichard and Ozan Nadir Alakavuklar
27: Alternatives to Management Ideas, Martin Parker
28: New Directions For Research On Management Ideas, Andrew Sturdy, Stefan Heusinkveld, Trish Reay, and David Strang

Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Andrew Sturdy, Stefan Heusinkveld, Trish Reay & and David Strang

Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Andrew Sturdy, Stefan Heusinkveld, Trish Reay & and David Strang

Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Andrew Sturdy, Stefan Heusinkveld, Trish Reay & and David Strang

Description

Management ideas, and their associated applications, have become a prevalent feature of our working lives. While their focus is familiar, such as efficiency, motivation, and improvement, they range from specific notions such as activity-based costing, to broad movements like corporate social responsibility. This Handbook brings together some of the latest research from leading international scholars on how management ideas are produced, promoted, and adapted, and their effects on business and working practices and society at large.

Rather than focusing on specific management ideas, this volume explores their key socio-political contexts and channels of dissemination, and is organized around four core overlapping themes. The first section sets out the research field in general, in terms of both an overall system and of different perspectives and research methods. The second section explores the role of different actors and channels of diffusion, including the consumers and producers of management ideas and 'new' media, as well as traditional players in the management ideas field such as consultancies and business schools. The third section focuses on specific features or dynamics of the management ideas system, such as their adoption, evolution, institutionalisation, and resurgence, while in the final section, critical and new perspectives on management ideas are examined, highlighting specific socio-political contexts and the possibility of alternative ideas and forms of critique.

With a broad range of perspectives represented, this Handbook provides a comprehensive, authoritative, and enduring resource for those studying management, innovation, and organizational change, as well as for those working in the management ideas industry.

About the Editor

Andrew Sturdy is Professor of Management and Organisation at the University of Bristol, UK. Previously, he held posts at Imperial College London and the Universities of Bath, Melbourne and Warwick. His research lies mostly in the field of organisational innovation and the role of management consultancy. His work includes co-authored books such as Beyond Organisational Change (Macmillan), Management Consultancy (Oxford University Press) and Management as Consultancy (Cambridge University Press). He is an associate editor of the Journal of Management Inquiry and a Visiting Professor at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). His latest work explores consultancy in national and transnational public sector contexts, including the UK National Health Service.

Stefan Heusinkveld is an Associate Professor at the Department of Management and Organization, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). His research concentrates on the production and consumption of management ideas with a special interest in studying the role of professions and occupations, management gurus, and the business media. He has published on these topics in several journals such as British Journal of Management and Journal of Management Studies. His work also includes books such as The Management Idea Factory (Routledge), and The Flow of Management Ideas (Cambridge University Press). He is lead coordinator of the EGOS Standing Working Group on 'Management, Occupations and Professions in Social Context'.

Trish Reay is Professor in Strategic Management and Organization at the University of Alberta School of Business in Edmonton, Canada. She also holds a Visiting Distinguished Professor appointment at Warwick Business School. She currently serves as Editor-in-Chief at Organization Studies. Her research interests include qualitative research methods, organizational and institutional change, professions, and professional identity. She studies these topics in the context of health care and family firms. Published articles from these research streams appear in Academy of Management Journal, Organization Studies, andJournal of Management Studies.

David Strang is Professor of Sociology at Cornell University. His research has focused on the spread of practices in the business, political, and scientific worlds. He has developed statistical methods for the study of diffusion within an event history framework and agent-based models for the simulation of booms and busts in managerial fashion. Strang is author of Learning by Example: Imitation and Innovation at a Global Bank (Princeton, 2010) and has published in journals such as Academy of Management Journal, American Journal of Sociology and Organization Studies. He has held visiting appointments at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, INSEAD, Oxford, the University of Amsterdam, and Tel Aviv University, and received a Ph.D. in sociology from Stanford.

 

 

 

Contributors:

Eric Abrahamson, Columbia University
Ozan Nadir Alakavuklar, Massey University
Phil Almond, University of Leicester
Deborah Anderson, University of Oxford
Shaz Ansari, University of Cambridge
Marcos Barros, Grenoble École de Management
Jos Benders, Norwegian University of Science and Technology 
Julian Birkinshaw, London Business School
Suleika Bort, University of Mannheim
Patricia Bromley, Stanford University
Sylwia Ciuk, Oxford Brookes University
David Collins, University of Suffolk
Tony Edwards, Loughborough University London
Lars Engwall, Uppsala University
Nicolai Foss, Bocconi University
Hélène Giroux, HEC Montréal
Philip Hancock, University of Essex
Stefan Heusinkveld, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 
Jonas A. Ingvaldsen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology 
Philipp Kern, Loughborough University London
Alfred Kieser, University of Mannheim
Juha-Antti Lamberg, University of Jyväskylä
Darren McCabe, Lancaster University
Mohit Mehta, Cranfield University
Michael Mol, Copenhagen Business School
Joe O'Mahoney, Cardiff University
Martin Parker, University of Bristol
Alessandro Piazza, Rice University
Shawn Pope, Stanford University
Craig Prichard, Massey University
Andreas Rasche, Stockholm School of Economics
Trish Reay, Alberta School of Business
Michael Reed, Cardiff University
Patrick Reinmoeller, Cranfield University
Kjell Arne Røvik, University of Norway
Charles-Clemens Rüling, Grenoble Ecole de Management
Riku Ruotsalainen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Stephanie Russell, Anglia Ruskin University
Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic, Centre de Sociologie des Organisations
Hannele Seeck, University of Turku
David Seidl, University of Cambridge
Pramodita Sharma, University of Vermont
Sanjay Sharma, University of Vermont
Jost Sieweke, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
David Strang, Cornell University
Andrew Sturdy, University of Bristol
Olga Tregaskis, University of East Anglia 
Melissa Tyler, Essex Business School
Marlieke van Grinsven, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 
Peter Walgenbach, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Linda Wedlin, Uppsala University
Andreas Werr, Stockholm School of Economics 
Richard Whittington, University of Oxford
Christopher Wickert, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Christian Wittrock, Oslo Metropolitan University
Christopher Wright, The University of Sydney

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Table of contents

Researching Management Ideas: An Introduction, Andrew Sturdy, Stefan Heusinkveld, Trish Reay, and David Strang
Understanding Management Ideas
1: The System of Management Ideas: Origins, Microfoundations, and Dynamics, Michael J. Mol, Nicolai Foss, and Julian Birkinshaw
2: The Lifecycle of Management Ideas: Innovation, Diffusion, Institutionalization, Dormancy, and Rebirth, Eric Abrahamson and Alessandro Piazza
3: The Philosophy Of Management Ideas, Joe O'Mahoney
4: Methods for the Study of Management Ideas, David Strang and Christian Wittrock
5: Management Techniques, Andreas Werr and Peter Walgenbach
6: Instrumental Understanding Of Management Ideas, Kjell Arne Røvik
Actors
7: Thought Leaders and Followers: The Impact of Consultants and Advisers on Management Ideas, Christopher Wright
8: Business Studies and Management Ideas, Lars Engwall and Linda Wedlin
9: Multinational and Transnational Organisations: The Role Of Globalizing Actors, Philipp Kern, Phil Almond, Tony Edwards, and Olga Tregaskis
10: Business Media: From Gatekeeping to Transmediality, Marcos Barros and Charles-Clemens Rüling
11: Management's Gurus, David Collins
12: The Consumers and Co-Producers of Management Ideas, Suleika Bort and Alfred Kieser
Processes
13: The Re-adoption Of Management Ideas: How They Come, How They Go, And Why Some Come Back, Patrick Reinmoeller, Shaz Ansari, and Mohit Mehta
14: The Persistence of Management Ideas: How Framing Keeps 'Lean' Moving, Jos Benders, Marlieke van Grinsven, and Jonas A. Ingvaldsen
15: Evolving Management Ideas, Hannele Seeck and Juha-Antti Lamberg
16: Popular Management Ideas, Hélène Giroux
17: Professional Structures and Practice Change: Institutionalization Processes in Accounting and Strategy, Richard Whittington and Deborah Anderson
18: Management Ideas as Standards, Andreas Rasche and David Seidl
19: Understanding and Analysing Resistance to Management Ideas, Darren McCabe, Sylwia Ciuk, and Stephanie Russell
20: The Performance Implications of Management Ideas, Christopher Wickert, Jost Sieweke, and Riku Ruotsalainen
Contexts
21: The (Geo)-Politics of Management Ideas - Three Moments in the Trajectory of an Instrument of Power, Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic
22: Management Ideas and the Social Construction of Organizations, Shawn Pope and Patricia Bromley
23: The Role of Family Firms in Corporate Sustainability, Pramodita Sharma and Sanjay Sharma
24: Managing Public Service Professionals under New Public Management, Michael Reed
25: Management Ideas in Everyday Life, Philip Hancock and Melissa Tyler
26: Changing the Critique: From Critical Management Studies to Activist Scholarship, Craig Prichard and Ozan Nadir Alakavuklar
27: Alternatives to Management Ideas, Martin Parker
28: New Directions For Research On Management Ideas, Andrew Sturdy, Stefan Heusinkveld, Trish Reay, and David Strang

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