Do we need process of dispute settlement in managing today?

The concept of dispute settlement and its processes can be seen as assisted continuation of negotiation and related to conflict - they are an intervention process and adjunct to collective bargaining (Rowley, 2002a; 2002b).

Updated: 22/09/2011
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Becoming misrepresentations: a taxonomy of strategy schools

The paper argues that scholars have created the literature described by Whittington's Schools by exaggerating some, and suppressing other, deparaoxising strategies. This representation also removes the temporal dimension of strategic issues by seeking to bring the future into the present.

Updated: 02/11/2011
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Let’s get natural: the discourse of community and the problem of transferring practices in knowledge management

In this paper, we argue that the influence of Japanese management practices has led organisations towards a 'naturalized' view aiming to resolve the ontological dilemmas that exist between communalism and individualism.

Updated: 02/11/2011
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Replicating organisational knowledge: principles or templates?

We address the challenges of providing operational measures for successful replication, and for comparing the efficacy of principles and templates.

Updated: 02/11/2011
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The Intelligent Exploiter

Clive Holtham, Professor of Information Management at Cass Business School, is the man behind the recent publication of the Intelligent Exploiter framework. We asked him about the framework, and the opportunities it provides in the world of IT. Professor Clive Holtham is interviewed by Dr Martin Rich. Both are Cass Experts. Included is the transcript and a summary of the key points.

Updated: 26/12/2014
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