Drawing on both analytical and continental traditions, this thought-provoking book takes a balanced look at the contributions philosophy can make to improving our understanding of what it means to organize.
The essays consider three areas: representing organization, knowing organization, and the becoming of organization. With originality and flair, the contributors make a powerful case for the need for a new philosophy of management and organization.
Some Thoughts on the Contributors. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Part 1: Representing Organization Part 2: 'Knowing' Organization
How do firms work? What networks are involved in driving organizations forward? This series presents titles which look at the dynamics of organizations and the particular effects of different types of business networks. It covers topics such as:
It considers both the economic, cultural and environmental factors that govern the success and failure of business networks and organizations.