This series brings together the most significant and influential articles from across the full range of management studies. The articles are not only of seminal importance today, but are expected to remain of key relevance and influence, as managers are faced with increasingly complex issues in a world growing ever more competitive and interdependent. In the absence of a core series to bring together this wide array of new knowledge and thought, it has become increasingly difficult to keep abreast of all new important developments and discoveries. The International Library of Management aims to meet this need by making available to researchers, professors, students and managers, the most important articles in management theory and practice - an essential resource for all those engaged in management development in the future.
Edited By W. Richard Scott
May 26, 1994
The readings collected in Organizational Sociology are organized so as to direct attention to the six major theoretical traditions which have emerged since the 1960s to guide research and interpretation of organizational structure and performance. The traditions reviewed are: Contingency theory, ...
By Mike Wright, Ken Robbie
April 24, 1997
The International Library of Management is a comprehensive core reference series comprised of the most significant and influential articles by the leading authorities in the management studies field. The collections of essays is both international and interdisciplinary in scope and provides and ...