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Henry Mintzberg

Edited by John C. Wood

Routledge – 2012 – 904 pages

Series: Critical Evaluations in Business and Management

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Henry Mintzberg (b. 1939) is one of the world’s leading thinkers in management and strategic planning. New from Routledge’s Critical Evaluations in Business and Management series, this new four-volume collection brings together the best and most influential critical writing on Mintzberg and his work. The set is supplemented with the editors’ expert introduction, which places the gathered work in its historical and intellectual context.

Contents

PROVISIONAL CONTENTS LIST

Volume I

Life and Times

1. Charles Hampden Turner, ‘Henry Mintzberg: A Profile’, Business Strategy Review, 1990, 1, 1, 57–70.

2. R. Collison, ‘Guru Against the Grain’, Canadian Business, 1991, 64, 5, 70–4.

3. Donna Brown, ‘Mintzberg: The Insightful Manager’, Management Review, 1991, 80, 20–1.

4. Harvey Schachter, ‘My Way’, Canadian Business, 1996, 69, 11, 60–5.

5. Jason Kirby, ‘Henry Mintzberg’, Canadian Business, 2003, 76, 21, 150–1.

6. Carol Kennedy, ‘Mintzberg’s Moral Maze’, Director, 2004, 58, 2, 84–6.

7. Henry Mintzberg, ‘Professor Henry Mintzberg: If I Had to Start Again’, Management Today, 2005, 20.

8. Sharda Prashad, ‘Troublemaker’, Canadian Business, 2009, 82, 16, 58–60.

Key Writings

9. Robert J. Allio, ‘Interviewing Professor Mintzberg’s "Right Brain"’, Strategy & Leadership, 1977, 5, 2, 8–22.

10. Benjamin Schneider, ‘Understanding Management’, Administrative Science Quarterly, 1979, 24, 1, 155–8.

11. Jerald Hage, ‘The Structuring of Organizations: A Synthesis of Research’, Administrative Science Quarterly, 1980, 25, 3, 547–52.

13. Janet L. Kottke and Diane J. Pfahler, ‘Mintzberg on Management: Inside Our Strange World of Organizations’, Personnel Psychology, 1990, 43, 3, 681–4.

14. H. Igor Ansoff, ‘Critique of Henry Mintzberg’s ‘The Design School: Reconsidering the Basic Premises of Strategic Management’, Strategic Management Journal, 1991, 12, 6, 449–61.

15. Henry Mintzberg, ‘Learning 1, Planning 0 Reply to Igor Ansoff’, Strategic Management Journal, 1991, 12, 6, 463–6.

16. Michael Goold, ‘Design, Learning and Planning: A Further Observation on the Design School Debate’, California Management Review, 1992, 37, 4, 169–70.

17. Diane England Olson, ‘Mintzberg on Management: Inside Our Strange World of Organizations’, Journal of Management, 1991, 17, 1, 219.

18. Noel Capon and Paul Shrivastava, ‘The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning’, Academy of Management Review, 1996, 21, 1, 298–301.

19. Vadim Liberman, ‘Henry Mintzberg Says That Airlines Have Been Hijacked By Poor Management’, Across the Board, July/August 2001, 23–4.

20. Pablo Martin De Holan and Henry Mitzberg, ‘Management as Life’s Essence: 30 Years of the Nature of Managerial Work’, Strategic Organization, 2004, 2, 2, 205–12.

21. A. J. Vogl, ‘Managerial Correctness’, Across the Board, 2004, 41, 4, 19–24.

22. Paul G. Thomas, ‘Understanding Management: Henry Mintzberg on the Activities of Managers’, Canadian Public Administration, 2004, 47, 2, 243–50.

23. Stefan Stern, ‘MBAs With a Heart’, Management Today, October 2004, 4–5.

24. Lex Donaldson, ‘Questioning Mintzberg’s Educational Philosophy: Critical Comments on Managers Not MBAs’, Organization Studies, 2005, 26, 7, 1098–104.

25. Michael L. Barnett, ‘Giving Credits Where Credit’s Not Due?’, Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2005, 4, 2, 221–8.

26. Jill Shepherd, ‘Henry Mintzberg: Managers Not MBAs’, Organization Studies, 2005, 26, 7, 1089–90.

27. Roy J. Lewicki, ‘Jerry Jurgensen, Chief Executive Officer of Nationwide, on Mintzberg’s Managers Not MBAs’, Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2005, 4:2, 240-243.

28. Steve Coomber, ‘Leadership: Henry Mintzberg—Engaging Leadership’, New Zealand Management, 2005, 52, 6, 4, 2–44.

29. Denise Kleinrichert, ‘Managers, Theory, and Practice: On What Do We Base Experienced Reflection?’, Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2005, 4, 2, 237–9.

30. Laura D’Andrea Tyson, ‘On Managers Not MBAs’, Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2005, 4, 2, 235–6.

31. Raymond E. Miles, ‘Telling it Like it Ought to Be’, Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2005, 4, 2, 214–16.

32. Daniel C. Feldman, ‘The Food’s No Good and They Don’t Give Us Enough: Reflections on Mintzberg’s Critique of MBA Education’, Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2005, 4, 2, 217–20.

33. Walter Nord, ‘When Henry Mintzberg Writes, People React’, Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2005, 4, 2, 213.

34. James Cunningham, ‘Managers Not MBAs: A Hard Look at the Soft Practice of Managing and Management Development’, Irish Journal of Management, 2006, 27, 1, 297–300.

35. Ofer H. Azar, ‘Strategy Bites Back: It Is a Lot More, and Less, Than You Ever Imagined’, Organization Studies, 2008, 29, 2, 291–302.

36. Gary B. Brumback, ‘Managing by Henry Mintzberg’, Personnel Psychology, 2010, 63, 1, 247–9.

37. Donald Nordberg, ‘Managing Henry Mintzberg’, Management Learning, 2009, 41, 4, 496–500.

Volume II

38. Henry Mintzberg, ‘The Case for Corporate Social Responsibility’, Journal of Business Strategy, 1983, 4, 2, 3–15.

39. Henry Mintzberg and J. Quincy Hunsicker, ‘Crafting Strategy’, McKinsey Quarterly, Summer 1988, 3, 71–90.

40. John Hayes and Tony Dunn, ‘A Diagnostic Approach to Improving Managers’ Operational Effectiveness’, Management Decision, 1989, 27, 4, 87–91.

41. Neil H. Snyder and Thomas L. Wheelen, ‘Managerial Roles: Mintzberg and the Management Process Theorists’, Academy of Management Proceedings, 1981, 249–53.

42. Quentin Willis, ‘Managerial Research and Management Development’, Management Decision, 1989, 27, 4, 30–6.

43. David Hickson, ‘Studying Deciding: An Exchange of Views Between Mintzberg and Waters, Pettigrew, and Butler’, Organization Studies, 1990, 11, 1, 1–16.

44. Joyce M. Beggs and Dorothy C. Doolittle, ‘Mintzberg Revisited: A Study of Chief Executive Officers’, Leadership & Organisational Development Journal, 1993, 9, 6, 17–21.

45. Henry Mintzberg, ‘That’s Not "Turbulence", Chicken Little, It’s Really Opportunity’, Strategy & Leadership, 1993, 22, 6, 7–9.

46. Henry Mintzberg, ‘The Pitfalls of Strategic Planning’, California Management Review, 1993, 36, 1, 32–47.

47. Henry Mintzberg, ‘The Fall and Rise of Strategic Planning’, Harvard Business Review, 1994, 72, 1, 107–14.

48. David Cray, George H. Haines Jr., and Geoffrey R. Mallory, ‘Programmed Strategic Decision Making: The View from Mintzberg’s Window’, British Journal of Management, 1994, 5, 3, 191–204.

49. Joe Martin, ‘Management Requirements for the Late 1990s’, Business Quarterly, 1994, 58, 4, 148–52.

50. Joseph Lampel and Henry Mintzberg, ‘Customizing Customization’, Sloan Management Review, 1996, 38, 1, 21–31.

51. Henry Mintzberg et al., ‘Some Surprising Things About Collaboration: Knowing How People Connect Makes It Work Better’, Organizational Dynamics, 1996, 25, 1, 60–71.

52. Henry Mintzberg, ‘Managing on the Edges’, International Journal of Public Sector Management, 1997, 10, 3, 131–53.

53. Paul J. Gordon, ‘Ten Strategic Audit Questions’, Business Horizons, 1997, 40, 5, 7–14.

54. William A. Drago, ‘Mintzberg’s "Pentagon" and Organization Positioning’, Management Research News, 1997, 21, 4/5, 30–40.

55. Richard Bull, ‘The Foundations of Strategic Management (Part One)’, Management Accounting, 1999, 77, 8, 24–6.

56. Richard Bull, ‘The Foundations of Strategic Management (Part Two)’, Management Accounting, 1999, 77, 9, 36–40.

57. Henry Mintzberg and Joseph Lampel, ‘Reflecting on the Strategy Process’, Sloan Management Review, 1999, 40, 3, 21.

58. Jeanne M. Liedtka, ‘In Defense of Strategy as Design’, California Management Review, 2000, 42, 3, 8–30.

59. Daniel J. McCarthy and Henry Mintzberg, ‘View from the Top: Henry Mintzberg on Strategy and Management’, Academy of Management Executive, 2000, 14, 3, 31–9.

60. Daniel J. McCarthy, ‘Commentary on the Henry Mintzberg Interview’, Academy of Management Executive, 2000, 14, 3, 39–41.

61. Stephen Bernhut, ‘In Conversation: Henry Mintzberg’, Ivey Business Journal, 2000, 65, 1, 18–23.

62. Henry Mintzberg and Frances Westley, ‘Decision Making: It’s Not What You Think’, MIT Sloan Management Review, 2001, 42, 3, 89–93.

63. Henry Mintzberg, ‘Managing Exceptionally’, Organization Science, 2001, 12, 6, 771–9.

64. Cecil A. L. Pearson and Samir R. Chatterjee, ‘Managerial Work Roles in Asia: An Empirical Study of Mintzberg’s Role Formulation in Four Asian Countries’, Journal of Management Development, 2003, 22, 8, 694–707.

65. Henry Mintzberg, Robert Simons, and Kunal Basu, ‘Beyond Selfishness’, MIT Sloan Management Review, 2002, 44, 1, 67–91.

66. Tim O’Shannassy, ‘Modern Strategic Management: Balancing Strategic Thinking and Strategic Planning for Internal and External Stakeholders’, Singapore Management Review, 2003, 25, 1, 53–67.

67. David Lamond, ‘A Matter of Style: Reconciling Henri and Henry’, Management Decision, 2004, 42, 2, 330–56.

68. Phillip M. Kilbort, ‘Management vs. Leadership’, Physician Executive, 2004, 30, 6, 32–5.

69. Jonathan Gosling and Henry Mintzberg, ‘The Education of Practicing Managers: Companies and Business Schools Must Work Together to Reinvent Management Education, Rooting it in the Context of Managers’ Practical Experiences, Shared Insights and Thoughtful Reflection’, MIT Sloan Management Review, 2004, 45, 4, 19–22.

70. Henry Mintzberg, ‘Third-Generation Management Development’, T+D, 2004, 58, 3, 28–38.

71. Steven Armstrong, ‘Postgraduate Management Education in the UK: Lessons from or Lessons for the US Model?’, Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2005, 4, 2, 229–34.

72. Shane Harris, ‘Consultantspeak’, Government Executive, 2005, 37, 14, 22–3.

73. Warren G. Bennis and James O’Toole, ‘How Business Schools Lost Their Way’, Harvard Business Review, 2005, 83, 5, 96–104.

74. Stuart R. Clegg, Joao Vieira da Cunha, and Miguel Pina e Cunha, ‘Management Paradoxes: A Relational View’, Human Relations, 2005, 55, 5, 483–503.

75. David Lamond, ‘On the Value of Management History’, Management Decision, 2005, 43, 10, 1273–81.

76. Henry Mintzberg and Jerome T. Murphy, ‘An Interview with Henry Mintzberg’, The Phi Delta Kappan, 2006, 87, 7, 527–8.

77. Stefan Tengblad, ‘Is There a "New Managerial Work"? A Comparison with Henry Mintzberg’s Classic Study 30 Years Later’, Journal of Management Studies, 2006, 43, 7, 1437–61.

78. Jonathan Gosling and Henry Mintzberg, ‘Management Education as if Both Matter’, Management Learning, 2006, 37, 419–28.

79. Stephen R. Watson, ‘Management Education as if Both Matter: A Response to Jonathan Gosling and Henry Mintzberg’, Management Learning, 2006, 37, 4, 429–31.

80. Henry Mintzberg, ‘Patent Nonsense: Evidence Tells of an Industry Out of Social Control’, CMAJ, 2006, 175, 4, 374–80.

81. Farid A. Muna, ‘Seven Leadership Roles’, International Journal of Commerce & Management, 2006, 16, 1, 51–6.

82. Patricia McCarthy and Henry McCarthy, ‘When Case Studies Are Not Enough: Integrating Experiential Learning Into Business Curricula’, Journal of Education for Business, 2006, 81, 4, 201–4.

83. Clay Dibrell, Jon Down, and Lyndall Bull, ‘Dynamic Strategic Planning: Achieving Strategic Flexibility Through Formalization’, Journal of Business & Management, 2007, 13, 1, 21–35.

84. James F. Hollan, ‘The Perils of Strategic Planning’, Associations Now, 2008, 4, 9, 72–8.

85. Delphine Resteigne and Joseph Soeters, ‘Managing Militarily’, Armed Forces & Society, 2009, 35, 2, 307–32.

86. Craig Matheson, ‘Understanding the Policy Process: The Work of Henry Mintzberg’, Public Administration Review, 2009, 69, 6, 1148–61.

87. Steven French, ‘Critiquing the Language of Strategic Management’, Journal of Management Development, 2009, 28, 1, 6–17.

88. Henry Mintzberg, ‘Managing on Three Planes’, Leader to Leader, 2010, 57, 29–33.

89. Matthias Kipping and Ludovic Cailluet, ‘Mintzberg’s Emergent and Deliberate Strategies: Tracking Alcan’s Activities in Europe, 1928–2007’, Business History Review, 2010, 84, 1, 79–104.

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