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Time and Work, Volume 2
How time impacts groups, organizations and methodological choices

ISBN 9781138684690
Published July 21, 2016 by Routledge
192 Pages 7 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Volume 2 of Shipp and Fried’s edited collection includes chapters that address how time impacts groups, organizations, and methodological choices.

Table of Contents

1. Yitzhak Fried and Abbie J. Shipp, Time Research in Management: How Time Impacts Groups, Organizations, and Methodological Choices. 2. John E. Mathieu, Michael R. Kukenberger, and Lauren D'Innocenzo, Time and Teams. 3. David V. Day, Time and Leadership. 4. C. Ashley Fulmer, Brandon Crosby, and Michele J. Gelfand, Cross-Cultural Perspectives and Time. 5. Robert E. Ployhart and Donald Hale, Jr., Human Resource Management is Out of Time. 6. Brett Anitra Gilbert, Conceptualizing Time in Entrepreneurship. 7. Scott F. Turner, The Temporal Dimension of Routines and their Outcomes: Exploring the Role of Time in the Capabilities and Practice Perspectives. 8. David Chan, Time and Methodological Choices.

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Abbie J. Shipp is Assistant Professor of Management at Texas Christian University, USA. Her research focuses on the psychological experience of time at work including: the trajectory of work experiences over time, how time is spent on work tasks and how individuals think about the past/present/future.


 'Until now, there has been little attention paid to the effects of time on key topics within Organizational Behaviour. This interesting book has been put together by academics with excellent credentials in this area and presents a different way of looking at many organizational topics. As such it is likely to have an impact in terms of stimulating new research in the field, and will appeal to academic researchers in psychology and organizational behaviour. It is also a useful book for graduate students.' - Fiona Jones, Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, UK