The Routledge Companion to Management and Organizational History
Edited by Patricia Genoe McLaren, Albert J. Mills, Terrance G. Weatherbee
Routledge – 2015 – 412 pages
Patricia Genoe McLaren is Associate Professor and Area Coordinator of the Business Technology Management program in the School of Business & Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario, Canada.
Albert J. Mills is Professor of Management at Saint Mary’s University, Canada and co-chair of the International Board for Critical Management Studies.
Terrance G. Weatherbee is Professor of Management at Acadia University, Canada
Part I – The Historic Turn in Management and Organization Studies: Critical Responses1. Introduction: The Historic Turn in Management and Organization Studies: A companion reading (Terrance Weatherbee, Patricia Genoe McLaren, Albert J. Mills) 2. Decentering Wren’sHistory of Management Thought (Milorad M. Novecivic, J. Logan Jones, Shawn Carraher) 3. Why Organization Theory Needs Historical Analyses – And how this should be performed(Alfred Kieser) 4. Twenty Years After: Why organization theory needs historical analyses(Alfred Kieser) 5. Management & Organizational History: Prospects (Charles Booth and Michael Rowlinson) 6. Revisiting the Historic Turn: A personal reflection (Michael Rowlinson) Part II – Debates in Management and Organizational History 7. He Who May Not Be Mentioned: Marx, history, and American business schools (Richard Marens) 8. A History of Management Histories: Does the story of our past and the way we tell it matter? (Roy Jacques, Gabrielle Durepos) 9. History in Management Textbooks: Adding, transforming, or more? (Terrance Weatherbee) Part III – Methods: Doing management and organizational history 10. ‘Managing the Past’ (Alun Munslow) 11. Critical Hermeneutics for Critical Organizational History(Scott Taylor) 12. ANTi-History: Toward Amodern history (Gabrielle Durepos) 13. Avec Frontieres: Postcolonialism and the discourse of humanitarianism (Adam Rostis) 14. The Future of History: Posthumanist entrepreneurial storytelling, global warming, and global capitalism(David Boje, Rhony Saylors) 15. Varieties of History in Organization Studies (Diego Coraiola, William M. Foster, Roy Suddaby) 16. Mothership Reconnection: Microhistory and institutional work compared (Stephanie Decker) Part IV – Rewriting Management and Organizational History 17. History of Management Thought in Context: The case of Elton Mayo in Australia(Tuomo Peltonen) 18. Re-examining ‘Flexibility’ (Ali Mir, Raza Mir) 19. The New Deal for Management & Organizational Studies: Lessons, insights, and reflections (Albert J. Mills, Terrance Weatherbee, Jason Foster, Jean Helms Mills) 20. Capitalist Ideologues and the Cold War “Struggle for Men’s Minds” (Bert Spector) 21. A Critical Historiography of Public Relations in Canada: Rethinking an Ahistorical symmetry (Amy Thurlow) Part V – Management and Organizational History at the Margins 22. History and the Absence of Canadian Management Theory (Patricia Genoe McLaren, Albert J. Mills) 23. Is There Any Future for Critical Management Studies in Latin America? Moving from epistemic colonialist to ‘trans-discipline’(Eduardo Ibarra-Colado) 24. The Work of Eduardo Ibarra-Colado (Nidhi Srinivas, Ana Guedes, Alex Faria) 25. The Inner Circle: Towards a ‘Canadian’ Management History – Key Canadian contributors to new institution theory (Kristene Coller, Corinne McNally, Albert J. Mills) Part VI – Commentaries on The Future of Management and Organizational History: Does it have a past? 26. Processing History: Bringing process-oriented research to management and organizational history (William M. Foster, Roy Suddaby) 27. Turning How and Where? The potential for history in management and organizational studies (Matthias Kipping, Behlul Usdiken) 28. Actors, Networks, Theory, and History – What are we producing? (Albert J. Mills, Terrance Weatherbee, Patricia Genoe McLaren) Part VII – Endnote 29. Essaying History and Management (Stewart Clegg)