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Organizational Behaviour & HRM


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2009

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
FORTHCOMING FORTHCOMING IN 2010

Organizational Behavior
Securing Competitive Advantage
John A. Wagner III and John R. Hollenbeck, both at Michigan State University, USA
The field of organizational behavior is a valuable source of practical insight that managers can use to improve the workings of their own firms and to thrive where others might fail. Other textbook authors have avoided deep coverage and failed to build any sense of challenge. John Wagner and John Hollenbeck avoid these pitfalls and challenge students on many levels. They have made the key connection between theory and practice and understand students can excel when challenged to learn something meaningful. Organizational Behavior is written to motivate exceptional student performance. The content requires the student to think and take seriously organizational behavior and why its importance is one of the keys to securing competitive advantage.
Selected Contents: Part One: Introduction 1. Organization Behavior 2. Management & Managers Part Two: Micro Organizational Behavior 3. Managing Diversity 4. Perception, Decision Making, and Creativity 5. Work Motivation and Performance 6. Satisfaction and Stress Part Three: Meso Organizational Behavior 7. Efficiency, Motivation, and Quality in Work Design 8. Interdependence and Role Relationships 9. Group Dynamics and Team Effectiveness 10. Leadership of Groups and Organizations Part Four: Macro Organizational Behavior 11. Power, Politics, & Conflict 12. Structuring the Organization 13. Technology, Environment, & Organization Design Conclusion 14. Culture, Change, & Organization Development Part Five: Conclusion 15. International Organizational Behavior 16. Critical Evidence Based Management: Critical Thinking and Continuous Learning
August 2009: 254 x 178: 416pp Hb: 978-0-415-99852-9: 85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99851-2: 55.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87353-3
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Organizational Behaviour
Richard Pettinger, University College London, UK
Providing an alternative and accessible approach, this book will cover the essential ground that constitutes the discipline of organisational behaviour in the context of understanding and developing effective patterns of behaviour.
February 2010: 246 x 174: 480pp Hb: 978-0-415-48142-7: 110.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48143-4: 37.50
US $75.95 US $220.00

FORTHCOMING

Wisdom and Management in the Knowledge Economy


David Rooney, Bernard McKenna and Peter Liesch, University of Queensland, Australia Series: Routledge Research in Organizational Behaviour and Strategy
This book reinvigorates the use of wisdom in management and work practice, promoting it as an important research topic and demonstrating how it can be applied across a number of important management areas such as knowlege innovation and strategy.
Selected Contents: 1. Wise Business in a Knowledge Society 2. What is Wisdom 3. Where did Talk of it Go? 4. Change, Ephemerality, and Fads 5. Knowledge, Innovation and Creativity 6. Human Resource Management 7. Public Administration 8. Strategy and Business Policy 9. International Business 10. Communication Management 11. Intellectual Leadership and the Wise Leader 12. Management Education 13. Wisdom Problematics and Limitations
August 2009: 229 x 152: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-44573-3: 65.00
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NEW

Gossip and Organizations


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Kathryn Waddington, City University, London, UK and Grant Michelson, University of Sydney, Australia Series: Routledge Studies in Management, Organizations and Society
Exciting and innovative, this book provides readers with an important analysis of the latent and informal aspects of organizational discourse on which, until now, no serious researched has been carried out.
June 2009: 229 x 152: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-41785-3: 65.00
US $130.00

Readings in Organizational Behavior


Edited by John A. Wagner III and John R. Hollenbeck, both at Michigan State University, USA
August 2009: 254 x 178: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-99848-2: 70.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99850-5: 16.99
US $120.00

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Understanding Organizational Change
Jean Helms-Mills, Sobey Business School, St. Marys University, Canada, Kelly Dye, FC Manning School of Business, Acadia University, Canada and Albert J. Mills, Sobey Business School, St. Marys University, Canada
This exciting new text fills the gap in the management literature on organizational change. It presents a balanced view, which raises questions about the imperative of change, whos interests are being served, how change programmes impact on employees and why organizations continually engage in such programmes. It gives readers a comprehensive history of: change management literature types of change techniques over time (i.e. TQM, BPR, Balanced Scorecard, Six Sigma, etc.) the role of management gurus in the rise and fall of management fashions the impact of organizational change on organizational members. The authors provide case vignettes of companies from both sides of the Atlantic, which have undergone some of the better-known change techniques, and explore the reasons for their successes and failures. This is an innovative and important new text for students of organizational behaviour, organizational change, strategy and HRM.
2008: 234 x 156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-35576-6: 85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-35577-3: 27.99 eBook: 978-0-203-00220-9
US $145.00

FORTHCOMING

International Management and International Relations


A Critical Perspective from Latin America
Edited by Ana Guedes and Alexandre Faria, both at Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration, Getulio Vargas Foundation Series: Routledge Studies in Management, Organizations and Society
Drawing upon critical perspectives, International Management and International Relations shows that interdisciplinary developments between the previously distinct fields of International Management and International Relations are important for the construction of a Latin America perspective in the field of International Management, contributing to the development of the IM field in other parts of the world.
Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: What is International Management? Ana Guedes and Alex Faria Part 1: Geography and History into International Management and International Relations 2. Neo-liberal Globecentrism and International Management Revisited: The Indispensable Post Colonial Turn Eduardo Ibarra-Colado 3. International Relations of Latin America Andrea Ribeiro Hoffmann and Monica Herz 4. International Political Economy, International Management and Governance Ana Lucia Guedes Part 2: Cross-Cultural Issues: Into, Across and from Latin America 5. A Critical Historical Review on the Concept of Latin America Joo Feres Jr. 6. From Latin America to the World: Notes on the (possible) Latin American Management Styles Rafael Alcadipani Part 3: International Management and Governance in Latin America 7. Managerialism as Intervention in Latin America: Development Administration meets Multinational Management Bill Cooke 8. The State, Democracy, Neoliberalism and Dictatorship in the Management Legacy of the Southern Cone Miguel Imas 9. Green Deserts Expansion in the South of Latin America: The Role of International Agencies and National States Maria Ceci Misoczky Part 4: Conclusions 10. Bringing Governance into International Management: New Challenges Alex Faria and Ana Guedes
November 2009: 229 x 152: 144pp Hb: 978-0-415-80169-0: 60.00
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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
FORTHCOMING NEW

Demystifying Business Celebrity


Eric Guthey, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, Timothy Clark, Durham Business School, UK and Brad Jackson, The University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand
Business celebrities such as Bill Gates, Richard Branson and Rupert Murdoch are among the most widely recognised, admired and sometimes even vilified individuals in the world. Like their celebrity peers from the entertainment, sports, arts and political worlds, business celebrities exert an influence that is pervasive, but difficult to assess, evaluate and explain. Business celebrities have been around for as long as big business itself, but this is the first book to provide a systematic exploration of how they are constructed and why they exist. Business celebrities include entrepreneurs, CEOs, and management gurus. The book argues that these individuals are not self-made, but rather are created by a process of widespread media exposure to the point that their actions, personalities and even private lives function symbolically to represent significant dynamics and tensions prevalent in the contemporary business environment. Demystifying Business Celebrity raises questions about the impact and significance of the production of celebrity upon our understanding of, and our ability to promote the practice of leadership in an enlightened manner. The book will prove a useful addition to the enlightened business students bookshelf and will be informative reading for all those with an interest in business and management.
Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Why Demystifying Business Celebrities Matters 2. Business Celebrities and the Celebrity Business 3. Management Gurus as Management Fashion Celebrities 4. The Many Faces of Business Celebrity 5. Open Season: The Celebrity CEO Backlash 6. The Celebrification of Heroic Leadership 7. The Production of Business Celebrities and the Production of Leadership
July 2009: 216 x 138: 160pp Hb: 978-0-415-32781-7: 80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-32782-4: 24.99 eBook: 978-0-203-39069-6
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Management and the Dominance of Managers


Thomas Diefenbach, Statchclyde University, UK Series: Routledge Studies in Management, Organizations and Society
This book investigates the portrait of management as value-free technicality and challenges the image of managers as the selfless pursuer of an organizations survival and development. It explains that individual interests and careers of managers are only part of a wider picture with managers as the new ruling class using and misusing organizations for their own personal and group interests.
Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Managers and Managerialism 3. Power and Control within Organisations 4. Managers Interests in Dominance 5. The Ideology of Management 6. A Theory of the Dominance of Managers 7. How Managers Create, Justify, and Conduct Strategic Change in their Organisation A Case Study 8. Critique of Management and Orthodox Organisations Notes. Bibliography. Index
March 2009: 229 x 152: 282pp Hb: 978-0-415-44335-7: 70.00
US $140.00

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
The Peak Performing Organization
Edited by Ronald J. Burke, York University, Canada and Cary L. Cooper, Lancaster University, UK Series: Routledge Research in Organizational Behaviour and Strategy
This international collection of essays from leading authorities in the field of organizational studies, combines empirical and theoretical evidence and analyses how effective human resource management can lead to successful organizations.
Selected Contents: Forewords: Peak Performing Organizations Relish Change William F. Weitzel Designing and nurturing peak performing organizations Gene Deszca Preface: Achieving Peak Performance: Healthy Individuals and Healthy Organizations Ronald J. Burke Part One: Introduction 1. The Peak Performing Organization: An Overview Ronald J. Burke and Lisa Fiksenbaum Part Two: Organizational Processes 2. Work Motivation and Performance Management Prescriptions Gary P. Latham, Rebecca L. Greenbaum and Mary Bardes 3. Building Engagement in the Workplace Arnold Bakker 4. Leaning Motivation and Transfer of Human Capital Development: Implications from Psychological Capital Gwendolyn M. Combs, Fred Luthans and Jakari Griffith 5. Fostering Career Development in Organizations Yehuda Baruch 6. Talent Proofing the Organization Paul Sparrow and Shashi Balain 7. How to Build Expert Teams: Best Practices Sallie J. Weaver, Jessica L. Wildman and Eduardo Salas 8. Maintaining Executive Health and Well-being Joanne H. Gavin, James Campbell Quick, Cary L. Cooper and Jonathan D. Quick 9. Leadership Development: Training Design Strategies for Growing Adaptability in Leaders Katherine Ely, Stephen J. Zaccaro and Elizabeth A.Conjar Part Three: Organizational Strategy and Design 10. Employee Selection and Retention: The Added Value of Psychological Well-being for Peak Performing Organizations Ivan T. Robertson 11. Developing and Sustaining an Ethical and Moral Tone in Organizations R. Edward Freeman, Dean W .Krehmeyer and Brian Moriarty 12. Developing Managerial and Organizational Cultural Agility Paula Caligiuri and Ibraiz Tarique 13. Employer Branding and Corporate Reputation Management: A Model and some Evidence Graeme Martin 14. Improving the Success of Mergers and Acquisitions Mitchell Lee Marks 15. Development of Corporate Citizenship: Four Trajectories Philip M. Mirvis 16. Improving Corporate Governance Practices Morton Huse, Jonas Gabrielsson and Alesasandro Minichilli
2008: 234 x 156: 400pp Hb: 978-0-415-45170-3: 80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-97161-1
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The Creative Power


Transforming Ourselves, Our Organizations, and Our World
William E. Smith, ODII and The George Washington University, USA
Over the last two decades a major focus of organization theory has been on understanding the dynamic relationships between individuals, organizations and their environments. This interest in dynamics, illustrated by systems, chaos, and complexity theory, is recorded in the works of Ackoff, Senge, and Stacey. This focus offers a new viewpoint on holism for practising leaders and theorists today. Building on this interest, Smiths original text presents a new philosophical lens for helping leaders see the advantages of a more holistic approach to improving organizations. Specifically he: introduces the AIC (appreciation, influence, control) philosophy, model, and process of purpose-power relationships as a next step in the evolution of organization and systems theory traces its roots and evolution in organization theory and indicates its actual and potential contribution to that field translates the model into a transformative, strategic organizing process that can be used to organize at any level, in a way that will ensure the achievement of higher levels of purpose, at less cost and in less time than traditional organizational approaches. Developed and tested via his work for organizations including the World Bank, this revolutionary book will change the way organizations and individuals work.
Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: The Starting Expereince, Theory and Intuition 1. Learning to March: Experience of Control 2. Learning to Dance - Experience of Influence 3. Learning to Fly Experience of Appreciation 4. International Development: Examples & Evolving Concepts of Wholeness Part 2: The Philosophy, Theory Process and Model 5. The Emerging Philosophy The Nature of Purpose 6. Building the Theory 7. Building the AIC Model 8. The Process in Practice Part 3: Implications for Ourselves our Organizations and the World 9. Implications for Our Selves 10. Implications for Cultures, Institutions and Organizations 11. The Humpty Dumpty Rule 12. Reflections
2008: 229 x 152: 344pp Hb: 978-0-415-39361-4: 85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-39360-7: 24.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88878-0
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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Efficiency and Management
Guy Callender, Curtin University of Technology, Australia Series: Routledge Studies in Management, Organizations and Society
Designing a more reliable basis on which to evaluate management behaviour, this excellent book, engages fully with management rhetoric and the frequent confusion surrounding it.
Selected Contents: 1. From Laissez-Faire To Laissez-Faire 2. Mercantilism to Laissez-Faire: The Precursors of Economic Efficiency: Thoughts on the Rise of Regulated Economies 3. The Evolution of Technical Efficiency in the Context of Management Practice, 1870-2001 4. The Influence of Professions on the Notion of Efficiency 5. Case Study 1: Economic Commentators and the Influence of Economic Efficiency 6. Procurement and the Notion of Efficiency 7. Case Study 3: The Transfer from Technical Efficiency to Economic Efficiency in Rail Networks 8. Technical Efficiency and Management Practice: Evidence from the Literature 9. The Notion of Efficiency in Globalizing Management Practice
2008: 234 x 156: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-43180-4: 80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88895-7
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Time in Organizational Research


Edited by Robert A. Roe, University of Maastricht, the Netherlands, Mary J. Waller, York University, Toronto, Canada and Stewart R. Clegg, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia Series: Routledge Studies in Management, Organizations and Society
This book addresses the need to bridge the gap between the predominantly timeless theories and models that scholars have produced and the daily experiences of employees and managers, in which time is salient and extremely important.
Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Robert A. Roe, Stewart R. Clegg and Mary J. Waller Part 1: Managing Time: People and Practices 2. Time Management: Logic, Effectiveness, and Challenges Brigitte J. C. Claessens, Robert A. Roe and Christel G. Rutte 3. Temporal Aspects of Processes in Ad-Hoc Groups: A Conceptual Schema and Some Research Examples Franziska Tschan, Joseph E. McGrath, Norbert K. Semmer, Maurizio Arametti, Yvonne Bogenstaetter and Stephan U. Marsch 4. The Weekly Cycle of Work and Rest: A Diary Study Fred R. H. Zijlstra and John W. Rook 5. Pacing Styles, Personality and Performance Josette M. P. Gevers, Brigitte J. C. Claessens, Wendelien Van Eerde and Christel G. Rutte 6. Polychronicity in Work Teams: A Theoretical: Examination of Antecedents and Consequences Seth Kaplan 7. Exploring Temporal Patterns of Conflict and Trust in Teams Anneloes M. L. Raes, Marille G. Heijltjes and Ursula Glunk 8. The Development of Personal Identity in the Context of Organizational Change Sabine Raeder, Anette Wittekind and Gudela Grote Part 2: Managed by Time: Structures and Regimes 9. Time Sensitivity: A Delicate and Crucial Starting Point of Reflexive Methods for Studying Time in Management and Organization Ida H. J. Sabelis 10. Talking to the Room: Collective Sensemaking During Crisis Situations Mary J. Waller and Sjir Uitdewilligen 11. Organizational Temporality Over Time: Activity Cycles as Sources of Entrainment Dawna I. Ballard 12. The Organizing of Rhythm, the Rhythm of Organizing Miguel Pina e Cunha 13. The Ghosts of Time in Organization Theory Stewart R. Clegg 14. The Evolution of Strategic Timed-Space in Organizations: Theory and Research Peter Clark and Giuliano Maielli 15. Temporal Hegemony and the End of Times (or Should the Harlequin Repent?) Allen C. Bluedorn Part Three: Combining Perspectives 16. Perspectives on Time and the Chronometric Study of What Happens in Organizations Robert A. Roe
2008: 234 x 156: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-46045-3: 80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88994-7
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Critical Representations of Work and Organization in Popular Culture


Carl Rhodes, University of Technology Sydney, Australia and Robert Westwood, University of Queensland, Australia Series: Routledge Advances in Management and Business Studies
This fascinating book demonstrates how popular culture is a compelling arena for the critique of organizational life, one that plays out the complex and contradictory relations that people have with the organizations in which they work.
2007: 234 x 156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-35989-4: 75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-00787-7
US $150.00

RELATED JOURNAL The Academy of Management Annals


Published on behalf of The Academy of Management
Editors: James P. Walsh, University of Michigan, USA and Arthur P. Brief, University of Utah, USA
Volume 3, 2009, 1 issue per year Print ISSN: 1941-6520 Online ISSN: 1941-6067

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
International Management and Language
Susanne Tietze, Nottingham Trent University, UK Series: Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy
The first book to thoroughly address the issue of management and language from a rigorous academic perspective, International Management and Language takes an international approach to the subject, covering several countries in detail as well as examining the entire topic from an international perspective.
Selected Contents: 1. Setting the Scene Part 1: Introduction 2. Language Matters 3. Management and Language 4. International Management and Language 5. English as the Global Lingua Franca 6. Spreading the Management Gospel: In English Part 2: Introduction 7. German: A Language of Management Desigened for Klartheit Nigel Holden 8. Russias Long Struggle with Western Terms of Management and the Concepts Behind Tem Nigel Holden, Olga Kuznetsova and Gerhard Fink 9. Language and Careers in Multinational Corporations Rebecca Piekkari 10. The Business Unit Cpncept at Akzo and the Interpreting Role of the CEO Luchien Karsten and Luc-Jan Wopert 11. Communications Strategies and Cultural Assumptions: An Analysis of French-Japanese Business Meetings Hiromasa Tanaka 12. An Italian Perspective on International Meetings, Management and Language Gina Poncini and Elisa Turra 13. Humour and Management in England Susanne Tietze Part 3: Introduction 14. Management in Other Languages: How a Philological Approach Opens Up New Cross-Cultural Vistas Nigel Holden and Carole Tansley 15. Conclusion: International Management and Translation
2008: 234 x 156: 264pp Hb: 978-0-415-40393-1: 75.00
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Mobility and Technology in the Workplace


Edited by Donald Hislop, Loughborough University, UK Series: Routledge Studies in Innovation, Organization and Technology
We have witnessed a rapid evolution in a wide range of mobile technology. This book charts the profound international implications these technological changes, have for workers and business organizations.
Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Donald Hislop Work Space/Place 2. Working on the Move: Subverting the Logic of Non-space John Holm & Gavin Kendall 3. Working on the Move: The Social and Digital Ecologies of Mobile Work Places Laura Forlano 4. Voluntary Ghettos and Mobile Bureaucracy: Civic Activity and Acts of Citizenship under Threat Tommy Jensen Work-Related Travel 5. Travelling to Work: A Century of Change Colin G. Pooley 6. The Business of Train Travel: A Matter of Time Use Glenn Lyons, David Holley & Juliet Jain 7. Geographies of Business Travel in the Professional Service Economy James R. Faulconbridge & Jon V. Beaverstock Mobile Work Practices 8. The Lonely Life of the Mobile Engineer? Carolyn Axtell & Donald Hislop 9. ReSpace-ing Place: Towards Mobile Support for Near Diagnostics Mikael Wiberg 10. 420 Years of Mobility ICT Enabled Mobile Interdependencies in London Hackney Cab Work Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood & Carsten Sorensen 11. Context Matters: Un-ubiquitous Use of Mobile Technologies by the Police Daniel Pica & Carsten Sorensen Home Work Dynamics 12. Mobile Phones, Spillover and the Work-Life Balance Diannah Lowry & Megan Moskos 13. Freedom and Flexibility with a Ball and Chain: Managers and their Use of Mobile Phones Keith Townsend & Lyn Batchelor 14. Travel, Availability and Work-life Balance Ann Bergman & Per Gustafson 15. Do Mobile Technologies Enable Work-Life Balance? Dual Perspectives on BlackBerry Usage for Supplemental Work Catherine Middleton Public Policy 16. Mobile Work and Challenges for Public Policy Dan Wheatley, Irene Hardill and Anne Green
2008: 234 x 156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-44346-3: 80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89435-4
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RELATED JOURNAL Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion


New to Routledge in 2009
Co-Editors: Yochanan Altman, University of Paris (Panthon-Assas), France, Jerry Biberman, University of Scranton, USA, Louis W. Fry, Tarleton State University, USA and Robert A. Giacalone, Templeton University, USA
Volume 6, 2009, 4 issues per yearPrint ISSN: 1476-6086 Online ISSN: 1942-258X

RELATED JOURNAL Culture and Organization


Official Journal of the Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism
Editors: Peter Case, University of the West of England, UK and Simon Lilley, University of Leicester, UK
Volume 15, 2009, 4 issues per year Print ISSN: 1475-9551 Online ISSN: 1477-2760

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Complexity, Management and the Dynamics of Change
Challenges for Practice
Elizabeth McMillan, Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Complexity and Change, Open University, UK
In this profoundly important text, Elizabeth McMillan shows how the insights of complexity science can allow todays managers to embrace the challenges and uncertainty of the twenty-first century, and successfully oversee organizational change and development. Complexity science refers to the study of complex adaptive systems. These can absorb information, learn and then intelligently adapt in response to environmental changes. This book brings these ideas into an important new arena by: outlining the historical relationship between science and organizations; reviewing current perspectives on organizational change and best practice; citing real-life examples of the use of complexity science ideas; discussing issues which may arise when using ideas from complexity.
Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Stopping the Clockwork Manager 3. Complexity Science: the Basics 4. Change and the Dynamics of Change: Thinking Differently 5. Complexity in Practice: Doing Things Differently 6. Complexity in Action a Case Study of the Open University 7. Self Organizing Change Dynamics 8. Essential Principles for Introducing a Complexity based Change Process 9. Environment, Ethos, Values and Behaviours 10. Innovating and Changing: Models for Experimentation and Adaption 11. New Perspectives, Future Possibilities.
2008: 234 x 156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-41721-1: 85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-41722-8: 27.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88565-9
US $145.00

FORTHCOMING

Work Engagement
A Handbook of Essential Theory and Research
Edited by Arnold Bakker, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands and Michael Leiter, Acadia University, Canada
Work Engagement: Recent Developments in Theory and Research provides the most thorough view available on this new and intriguing dimension of workplace psychology, which is the basis of fulfilling, productive work. The book begins by defining work engagement, which has been described as an opposite to burnout, following its development into a more complex concept with far reaching implications for work-life. The chapters consider the sources of work engagement, emphasizing the importance of leadership, organizational structures, and human resource management as factors that may operate to either enhance or inhibit employees experience of work. The book considers the implications of work engagement for both the individual employee and the organization as a whole. To address readers practical questions, the book provides in-depth coverage of interventions that can enhance employees work engagement and improve management techniques. The book is based upon the most up-to-date research by the foremost experts in the world, bringing together the best knowledge available on work engagement. The book will be of great use to academic researchers, upper level students of work and organizational psychology as well as management consultants.
Selected Contents: Work Engagement: State of the Art M. Leiter and A. Bakker Defining and Measuring Work Engagement: Bringing Clarity to the Concept Schaufeli and A. Bakker Not All Days Are Created Equal: The Concept of State Work Engagement S. Sonnentag, Dormann and Demerouti The Push and Pull of Work: The Differences Between Workaholism and Work Engagement T. Taris, Schaufeli and Shimazu The Power of Positive Psychology: Psychological Capital and Work Engagement Sweetman and Lutgans Feeling Energetic at Work: On Vigors Antecendents A. Shirom Using the Job-Demands-Resources Model to Predict Engagement: Analysing a Conceptual Model J. Hakanen and Roodt A Meta-Analysis of Work Engagement: Relationships With Burnout, Demands, Resources and Consequences J.R.B Halbesleben The Gain Spiral of Resources and Work Engagement: Sustaining a Positive Worklife Salanova, Schaufeli, Xanthopoulou and A. Bakker Engagement and Human Thriving: Complementary Perspectives on Energy and Connections to Work Spreitzer, Lam and Fritz From Thought to Action: Employee Work Engagement And Job Performance Demerouti and Cropanzano Building Engagement: The Design and Evaluation of Interventions Leiter and Maslach Where To Go From Here: Integration and Future Research on Work Engagement A. Bakker and M. Leiter
November 2009: 248pp Hb: 978-1-84169-736-9: 34.95
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FORTHCOMING
MAJOR WORK: 4-VOLUME SET

Michael Porter
Edited by John C. Wood, University Division, Navitas, Australia and Michael C. Wood, University of Notre Dame, Australia Series: Critical Evaluations in Business and Management
November 2009 Hb: 978-0-415-32584-4: 325.00

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
NEW
2ND EDITION

Destructive Organizational Communication


Processes, Consequences, and Constructive Ways of Organizing
Edited by Pamela Lutgen-Sandvik and Beverly Davenport Sypher Series: Routledge Communication Series
This volume provides an in-depth consideration of destructive communication in organizations including workplace bullying, racism, stress, and harassment. It brings together communication scholars from theoretical and applied perspectives to assess current understandings, explore ways to integrate theory and practice, identify areas for change, and outline a research agenda for the coming decade.
June 2009: 229 x 152: 440pp Hb: 978-0-415-98993-0: 66.00 eBook: 978-0-203-92855-4
US $120.00

Auditing Organizational Communication


A Handbook of Research, Theory and Practice
Edited by Owen Hargie, University of Ulster, UK and Dennis Tourish, Robert Gordon University, UK
This is a terrific book which advances theoretical and applied knowledge about the purpose, conduct and outcomes of communication audits. The editors are two of the UKs leading scholars in organisational communication who are also both experts at carrying out audits in a variety of organisations and sectors. Its hardly surprising then that this is a most insightful text. Christine Daymon, Curtin Business School, Curtin University of Technology, Australia Auditing Organizational Communication is a thoroughly revised and updated new edition of the successful Handbook of Communication Audits for Organizations, which has established itself as a core text in the field of organizational communication. Owen Hargie, Dennis Tourish and distinguished contributors drawn from both industry and academia: provide a comprehensive analysis of research, theory and practice pertaining to the communication audit approach review the main options confronting organizations embarking on audit discuss the merits and demerits of the approaches available provide case studies of the communication audit process in action illustrate how findings can be interpreted so that suitable recommendations can be framed outline how reports emanating from such audits should be constructed. This second edition arrives at a time of considerable growing interest in the area. A large volume of research has been published since the last edition of the book, and the text has been comprehensively updated by reviewing this wealth of data.
Selected Contents: Part 1. Audits in Context Part 2. Audit Methodologies Part 3. Audits in Action Part 4. Final Considerations
March 2009: 234 x 156: 520pp Hb: 978-0-415-41445-6: 49.95 Pb: 978-0-415-41446-3: 27.50
US $90.00

NEW

Chris Argyris
Edited by John C. Wood, Edith Cowan University, Australia and Michael Wood Series: Critical Evaluations in Business and Management
Chris Argyris (b. 1923) was one of the key figures in the Human Relations Movement in the 1960s and 1970s; he is widely regarded as the founding father of the learning organization. Supplemented with the editors introduction, which places the gathered work in its historical and intellectual context, this new collection from Routledge brings together in one volume all the best and most influential critical writing on Argyris.
April 2009: 234 x 156: 560pp Hb: 978-0-415-32560-8: 175.00
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RELATED JOURNAL Journal of Change Management


Editor: Rune Todnem By, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, UK
Volume 9, 2009, 4 issues per year Print ISSN: 1469-7017 Online ISSN: 1479-1811

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Social Networks
An Introduction
Jeroen Bruggeman, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Social Networks: An Introduction is the first textbook that combines new with still-valuable older methods and theories. Designed to be a core text for graduate (and some undergraduate) courses in a variety of disciplines it is well-suited for everybody who makes a first encounter with the field of social networks, both academics and practitioners. The book includes reviews, study questions and text boxes as well as using innovative pedagogy to explain mathematical models and concepts. Examples ranging from anthropology to organizational sociology and business studies ensure wide applicability. An easy to use software tool, free of charge and open source, is appended on the supporting website that enables readers to depict and analyze networks of their interest.
2008: 234 x 156: 208pp Pb: 978-0-415-45803-0: 25.99
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FORTHCOMING

Adverse Impact
Implications for Organizational Staffing and High Stakes
Edited by James Outtz, Outtz & Associates, Washington DC, USA Series: SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series
Internationally renowned I/O psychologist and practitioner, Dr. James Outtz, has assembled a whos who of organizational scholars to write on the topic of adverse impact. Our diverse workplaces and the insidious forms of prejudice and diversity resistance that plague todays employers make this volume a necessity for practitioners and researchers alike. Kecia M. Thomas, Professor of Psychology, University of Georgia, USA This text will be the best single repository for a comprehensive examination of the scientific research and practical issues associated with adverse impact. Adverse impact occurs when there is a significant difference in organizational outcomes to the disadvantage of one or more groups defined on the basis of demographic characteristics such as race, ethnicity, gender, age, religion, etc. This book, based on scientific research, will show how to design selection systems that minimize subgroup differences. The primary object of this SIOP series book is to bring together renowned experts in this field to present their viewpoints and perspectives on what underlies adverse impact, where we are in terms of assessing it and what we may have learned (or not learned) about minimizing it.
August 2009: 229 x 152: 420pp Hb: 978-0-8058-6374-1: 39.95
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Full Range Leadership Development


Pathways for People, Profit and Planet
John J. Sosik, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, USA and Dongil Jung, San Diego State University, California, USA
Full range leadership development strives to grow transformational leadership in organizations at all levels including followers, thereby generating numerous positive outcomes at all levels. Organizations that support and develop transformational leadership across organizational levels are more productive and profitable, attract and retain high quality associates, promote creativity and innovation, garner trust and commitment from employees, and are strategically positioned to respond well to changes in the market. This book will present the different theories of leadership and concentrate on the process model of Full Range Leadership that explains the concepts and procedures by which leaders affect their followers (individual leadership) teams (leader to team) and organizations (leader to larger systems) This book can be used by practitioners or students as the author will provide practical action steps for how to best develop and display behaviours in the Full Range Leadership Development model.
August 2009: 229 x 152: 204pp Hb: 978-1-84872-805-9: 27.99 Pb: 978-1-84872-806-6: 12.99
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2ND EDITION

Commitment in Organizations
Accumulated Wisdom and New Directions
Edited by Howard J. Klein, The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA, Thomas E. Becker, University of Delaware, Newark, USA and John P. Meyer, University of Western Ontario, Canada Series: SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series
Commitment is one of the most researched concepts in organizational behavior. This edited book in the SIOP Organizational Frontiers series, with contributions from many scholars, attempts to summarize current research and suggests new directions for studies on commitment in organizations. Commitment is linked to other concepts ie. satisfaction, involvement, motivation, and identification and is studied across cultural lines. Both the individual and group levels of building and maintaining commitment are discussed.
Selected Contents: Series Foreword. Preface. Part 1. The Meaning and Relevance of Commitment Conceptual Foundations: Construct Definitions and Theoretical Representations of Workplace Commitment H.J. Klein, J.C. Molloy and J.T. Cooper Commitment in a Changing World of Work J.P. Meyer Commitments Place in the Literature M. Riketta and R. Van Dick Part 2: Multiple Foci of Commitment Organizational Commitments C. Vandenberghe Interpersonal Commitments T.E. Becker Action Commitments M.J. Neubert and C. Wu Part 3: Building and Maintaining Commitments The Role of Individual Differences as Contributors to the Development of Commitment M.E. Bergma and J.K. Benzer, J.B. Henning Social Influences S.J. Wayne, J.A-M. Coyle-Shapiro, R. Eisenberger, R.C. Liden, D.M. Rousseau and L.M. Shore Organizational Level Antecedents and Consequences of Commitment P. M. Wright and R. Kehoe Commitment across Cultures: Progress, Pitfalls and Propositions S.A. Wasti and . nder Part 4: Methodological Issue and Challenges Measurement of Commitment S. Jaros Statistical and Methodological Challenges for Commitment Researchers: Issues of Invariance, Change Across Time, and Profile Differences R.J. Vandenberg and L.J. Stanley Part 5: Integration and Future Directions Accumulated Wisdom and New Directions for Workplace Commitments T.E. Becker, H.J. Klein and J.P. Meyer
March 2009: 229 x 152: 520pp Hb: 978-1-84872-830-1: 50.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88212-2
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Work Motivation in Organizational Behavior


Craig C. Pinder, University of Victoria, Canada
Astonishing - Craig Pinders new edition is erudite, comprehensive, and beautifully written. Craig Pinder has written a NEW book in which he has contextualized the meaning and importance of work motivation theory in ways that make the materials both available and important. The book is essential reading for anyone who has scholarly interests in what work motivation means and is in todays global work place Benjamin Schneider, Senior Research Fellow, VALTERA, Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland, USA This second edition of the best-selling textbook on Work Motivation in Organizational Behavior provides an update of the critical analysis of the scientific literature on this topic, and provides a highly integrated treatment of leading theories, including their historical roots and progression over the years. A heavy emphasis is placed on the notion that behaviour in the workplace is determined by a mix of factors, many of which are not treated in texts on work motivation (such as frustration and violence, power, love, and sex). Examples from current and recent media events are numerous, and intended to illustrate concepts and issues related to work motivation, emotion, attitudes, and behaviour.
Selected Contents: Foreword Part 1. How Theories of Work Motivation are Developed Work Motivation, Productivity, and the Economy. Methods of Inquiry in Work Motivation Theory and Research Part 2. Alternative Models of Human Functioning Human Nature: Needs and Values as Motives at Work. Human Nature: Affect and Emotions as Motives to Work. Power, Love, and Sex as Motives at Work. Social Motivation and Self-Esteem at Work. Job Design as a Contextual Source of Work Motivation. Causes and Consequences of Frustration at Work Part 3. Concepts of Work Motivation and Ultimate Determinants of Behavior Beliefs, Attitudes, and Intentions. Human Reactions to Work, Jobs, and Organizations. Equity, Fairness, and Justice Motives Related to Work. Expectancy-Valence Theories of Work Motivation. Goal-Directed Theories Part 4. Views of Work Motivation and Work Behavior Learning, Behavior Control, Social-Cognitive Theory, and Self-Management Part 5. Summary and Evaluation of Progress Profit, Slaves, and Hopes for Strawberry Fields of the Future
2008: 254 x 178: 600pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5604-0: 40.00
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Exploring Positive Identities and Organizations


Building a Theoretical and Research Foundation
Edited by Laura M. Roberts, Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA and Jane E. Dutton, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA Series: Series in Organization and Management
This volume aims to forge new ground in identity research and organizations through a compilation of new frame-breaking chapters on positive identity written by leading identity scholars. In chapters that build theoretical and empirical bridges between identity and growth, authenticity, relationships, hope, sustainability, leadership, resilience, cooperation, and community reputation and other important variables, the authors jumpstart an exciting domain of research on new ways that work organizations are sites of and contributors to identities that are beneficial or valuable to individuals or collectives. The volume is designed to accomplish three objectives: to establish Positive Identities and Organizations as an interdisciplinary, multi-level domain of inquiry to integrate a focus on Positive Identity with existing theory and research on identity and organizations to map out a vibrant new research territory in organizational studies.
May 2009: 229 x 152: 568pp Hb: 978-1-84169-763-5: 65.00 Pb: 978-1-84169-764-2: 27.99 eBook: 978-0-203-87924-5
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Learning, Training, and Development in Organizations


Edited by Steve W.J. Kozlowski, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA and Eduardo Salas, University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA Series: SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series
This scholarly book in SIOPs Organizational Frontier series looks at research on enhancing knowledge acquisition and its application in organizations. It concentrates on training, design and delivery given the changing nature of work and organizations. Now that work is increasingly complex, greater emphasis will be on expertise and cognitive skills. Advances in technology such as computer simulations and web based training are necessitating a more active role for the learner in the training process. In the broad context of the organization systems, this book will promote learning and development as a continuous lifelong endeavor.
Selected Contents: Part 1. The Learner, Learning Processes, and Training Outcomes Individual Differences, Attribute-Treatment Interactions, and Training Outcomes Gully and Chen Motivation in Training and Development: A Phase Perspective Beier and Kanfer Experts at Work: Principles for Developing Expertise in Organizations Salas and Rosen An Updated Review of the Multidimensionality of Training Outcomes: New Directions for Training Evaluation Research Ford, Kraiger and Merritt Part 2. Emerging Issues for Design and Delivery Cognitive Science-Based Principles for the Design and Delivery of Training Cooke and Fiore ResearchBased Solutions to Three Problems in Web-Based Training Mayer, Synthetic Learning Environments: On Developing a Science of Simulation, Games, and Virtual Worlds for Training Cannon-Bowers and Bowers Toward a Theory of Learner-Centered Training Design: An Integrative Framework of Active Learning Bell and Kozlowski Part 3. The Organizational Context, Levels, and Time Informal Learning and Development in Organizations Tannenbaum, Beard, McNall and Salas Learning a Living: Continuous Learning for Survival in Todays Talent Market Molloy and Noe Building an Infrastructure for Organizational Learning: A Multilevel Approach Kozlowski, Chao and Jensen A MultiLevel Perspective on Training and Development Effectiveness Mathieu and Tesluk Part 4. Reflection and an Agenda for the Future Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going? Thayer and Goldstein Learning, Training, and Development in Organizations: Much Progress and a Peek Over the Horizon Salas and Kozlowski
July 2009: 229 x 152: 448pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5559-3: 45.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87838-5
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RELATED JOURNAL Human Resource Development International


Published in association with the Academy of Human Resource Development and the University Forum for Human Resource Development
Editor: K. Peter Kuchinke, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Volume 12, 2009, 5 issues per year Print ISSN: 1367-8868 Online ISSN: 1469-8374

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


FORTHCOMING

Global HRM Series


Edited by Randall Schuler and Susan Jackson, both at Rutgers University, USA/GSBA Zurich, Paul Sparrow, Lancaster University, UK and Michael Poole, Cardiff University, UK These international texts have well respected authors known to be amongst the leading figures in the field, and provide a comprehensive coverage of the topic Chris Brewster, Reading University, UK Edited and authored by the best and most well known researchers in the field of human resource management (HRM), this series of books offers students accessible, coordinated and comprehensive textbooks on global HRM. To be used individually or together, these books cover the main bases of the area, including titles on global alliances, corporations, leadership, legal systems, staffing and compensation systems.

Global Careers
Michael Dickmann, Cranfield University, UK and Yehuda Baruch, Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia, UK
With interest in the global environment and the management of talent increasing, understanding the issue of global careers is crucial for students and managers alike. This exciting book captures broad research extending to a large set of diverse motivations, experiences, and outcomes of international work in global for profit and not for profit organizations and delivers nuanced insights into the management of international employees for firms and governmental/non-governmental organizations. This text covers global career issues in-depth, working at the intersection of career and international human resource management and using a number of perspectives, such as organizational or individual ones. Chapters include: theories, frameworks and concepts supporting research/data where relevant managerial implications, summaries, learning points, figures and tables. Illustrated with up to the minute case studies from companies such as Pepsi, Imperial Tobacco, Cadbury Schweppes, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Philips, HSBC, Misys, Philip Morris International and Masterfoods, Global Careers is essential reading for all those studying or concerned with career management, human resource management and international business.
Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction and Overview Part 2: The Organizational Context - Exploring Strategic International HRM Part 3: Resourcing and the Motivation to Go Part 4: During Global Assignments Part 5: After Global Assignments Part 6: The Regulatory Framework of International Work Part 7: The Future of Global Careers
September 2009: 246 x 174: 312pp Hb: 978-0-415-44627-3: 80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44628-0: 24.99

Managing Human Resources in Central and Eastern Europe


Edited by Michael J. Morley and Noreen Heraty, both at University of Limerick, Ireland and Snejina Michailova, University of Auckland, New Zealand
While there has been a growing interest in the transition economies in the past number of years, the contemporary nature of human resource management in these societies is not well-documented. This long-awaited text seeks to chart the contemporary landscape of HRM in this region. In doing this, it describes key aspects of the transition process as experienced in each of the economies under consideration, as well as describing key legislative and labour market developments and reforms. Finally, it discusses key trends in HRM policy and practice.
Selected Contents: 1. Studying HRM in the International Context: The Case of Central and Eastern Europe 2. HRM in Estonia 3. HRM in Lithuania 4. HRM in Poland 5. HRM in the Czech Republic 6. HRM in Slovakia 7. HRM in Hungary 8. HRM in Slovenia 9. HRM in Bulgaria 10. HRM in Russia
2008: 246 x 174: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-40560-7: 80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-40561-4: 24.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88633-5

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Global Compensation
Foundations and Perspectives
Edited by Luis Gomez-Mejia, Arizona State University, USA and Steve Werner, University of Houston, USA
Compensation is a systematic approach to providing monetary value and other benefits to employees in exchange for their work and service. But pay and conditions becomes a more complicated issue for multinational companies which operate across different locations and cultures, and who employ an increasingly diverse range of personnel. This unique new text gives in-depth analysis of the key themes and emerging topics faced by global enterprises when dealing with compensation issues. The first section, Foundation Concepts, looks at the design of compensation packages for a number of different employee groups; from supply chain management to research and development, as well as ethical considerations when dealing with a global context, and the concept of performance related pay. The second section, Global Applications, looks at current debates in the field, including the influence of national cultures on compensation schemes, discrepancies in CEO pay, and contrasts in wages between industry types.
Selected Contents: Section 1: Foundational Concepts 1. Compensation Practices Around the World: Influence of Institutional and Cultural Factors 2. Performance Measurement Issues and Global Incentive Application 3. The Role of Incentives in Supporting Socially Responsible Firm Behaviors 4. Managerial Discretion and Compensation Strategies: An International Perspective 5. Incentives to Stimulate Innovation in a Global Context 6. Ethical Issues in Global Compensation Management 7. Executive Compensation in an International Context 8. Stakeholders Value Maximization versus Stakeholders Interest: What Criteria Should be Used to Set Executive Pay? 9. Incentive Alignment within the Internal Supply Chain in Global Organizations Section 2: Global Applications 10. Global Differences and Trends in the Effects of Monetary and Non-Monetary Rewards 11. The Global Convergence of Compensation Practices 12. National Culture and Compensation 13. Pay for Performance for Global Employees 14. Global Differences in Benefits Coverage 15. Benefits for Global Employees 16. Why is CEO Pay in the U.S Higher than in other Countries? 17. Corporate Governance and Executive Pay in Global Firms 18. Trends in Global Compensation
2008: 246 x 174: 248pp Hb: 978-0-415-77502-1: 95.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77503-8: 29.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88563-5

International Human Resource Management


Randall S. Schuler, Rutgers University, USA/GSBA Zurich, Dennis R. Briscoe, formerly University of San Diego, USA and Lisbeth Claus, Willamette University, USA
Briscoe, Schuler and Claus have written an excellent book, which adopts a critical, yet highly accessible account of International HRM policy and practice in the multinational enterprise. It takes the research and practice literatures and integrates them in an innovative manner and combines rigorous research-based analysis with many useful practical examples. The book, which is a leader in the field, explains why managers need to develop International HRM approaches and strategies in relation to the strategic plans of the firm. It will be invaluable to both students and managers with an interest in the international dimensions of HRM. Hugh Scullion, National University of Ireland, Galway This essential book provides a thorough foundation for anyone studying or working in international human resource management. Featuring data and examples from international business, consulting practice, academic research, and interviews with IHRM managers in multinational and global organizations, it covers almost everything that is currently known in the field. The approach offers both a theoretical and practical treatment of this important and evolving area, relying heavily on the authors varied and international backgrounds. Thoroughly updated and revised, this third edition includes learning objectives, key terms, discussion questions, and end-ofchapter vignettes for application of the ideas in the text. It is designed to lead readers through all of the key topics in a highly engaging and approachable way. The book focuses on IHRM within multinational enterprises (MNEs) from throughout the world, featuring topics including: globalization of business and HRM global strategy and structure global HR planning and forecasting global talent management global training and management development global compensation and benefits global employee performance management new trends in international HRM.
2008: 246 x 174: 424pp Hb: 978-0-415-77350-8: 95.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77351-5: 32.50

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Performance Management Systems


A Global Perspective
Edited by Arup Varma, Loyola University, Chicago, USA, Pawan S. Budhwar, Aston Business School, UK and Angelo DeNisi, Tulane University, New Orleans, USA
Performance management is the process by which organizations set goals, determine standards, assign and evaluate work, and distribute rewards. But when you operate across different countries and continents, performance management strategies cannot be one dimensional. HR managers need systems that can be applied to a range of cultural values. This important and timely text offers a truly global perspective on performance management practices. Split into two parts, it illustrates the key themes of rater motivation, rater-ratee relationships and merit pay, and outlines a model for a global appraisal process. This model is then screened through a range of countries, including Germany, Japan, USA, Turkey, China, India and Mexico. Using case studies and discussion questions, and written by local experts, this text outlines the tools needed to understand and measure performance in a range of socioeconomic and cultural contexts. It is essential reading for students and practitioners alike working in human resources, international business and international management.
Selected Contents: Part A: 1. Introduction: Performance Management Around the Globe 2. PMS Policies and Practices in MNEs 3. Rater Motivation 4. Rater-Ratee Relationships 5. Merit Pay 6. A Model of the Appraisal Process Part B: 7. Performance Management in the United States 8. Performance Management in Mexico 9. Performance Management in the United Kingdom 10. Performance Management in Germany and France 11. Performance Management in Turkey 12. Performance Management in India 13. Performance Management in China 14. Performance Management in South Korea 15. Performance Management in Japan 16. Performance Management in Australia 17. Conclusion
2008: 246 x 174: 296pp Hb: 978-0-415-77176-4: 95.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77177-1: 27.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88567-3

Performance Management
Geert Bouckaert, Kathdiek Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium and John Halligan, University of Canberra, Australia Series: Routledge Masters in Public Management
Tackling the key topics of reform and modernization, this essential new book systematically studies performance in public management systems. Combining academic theory with practical case studies, it presents an informative look at a seminal subject.
February 2010: 234 x 156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-37104-9: 80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-37105-6: 24.99
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Vocational Training
International Perspectives
Edited by Gerhard Bosch, Institut Arbeit und Technik, Germany and Jean Charest, Universit de Montral, Canada Series: Routledge Studies in Employment and Work Relations in Context
Why is vocational training seen to be an old institution? This book seeks to respond to these important questions. It does so through an in-depth comparative analysis of the vocational training systems in ten different countries.
Selected Contents: Introduction: From Initial Vocational Training to Labour Market and Continuous Vocational Training, Trends and Issues in a Comparative Perspective Gerhard Bosch and Jean Charest 2. Vocational Education and Training in Australia: The Evolution of a Segmented Training System Richard Cooney & Michael Long 3. Vocational Training and Labour Market in Canada: Toward Cooperation between Actors and Institutions? Jean Charest & Ursule Critoph 4. The Modernization of the Vocational Education and Training System in Denmark Suzanne Wiborg 5. Vocational Training la franaise : Toward a New Vocationalism? Philippe Mhaut 6. Vocational Training in Germany: Are Occupational Labour Markets in Germany Eroding? Gerhard Bosch 7. Transformation of Government-led Vocational Training System in Korea Byung-Hee Lee & Jin Ho Yoon 8. The Vocational Training System in Mexico: Actors, Strengths and Weaknesses Arnulfo Arteaga Garca, Sergio Sierra Romero & Roberto Flores Lima 9. Vocational Training in Morroco: Social and Economic Issues for the Labour Market Brahim Boudarbat and Mehdi Lahlou 10. Vocational Training and Workplace Learning in the UK: The Beginning of Institutionalisation? Helen Rainbird 11. The Informal Nature of Links between the VET System and the Labour Market Thomas Bailey & Peter Berg Conclusion: VET Systems in the 21st century: Key Factors for Modernisation Gerhard Bosch & Jean Charest
June 2009: 234 x 156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-46721-6: 70.00
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Human Resource Management


A Critical Approach
Edited by David G. Collings, National University of Ireland, Galway and Geoffrey Wood, University of Sheffield, UK
Effective management of human resources is essential to the success of any organization. In this authoritative, sophisticated and engaging new text on Human Resource Management, an international team of leading analysts guides the advanced student through this fundamental discipline of management in all its complexity. The book explores all the central themes and concepts of HRM theory and practice, and introduces the most important issues influencing contemporary practice in a wide range of organizational contexts. It systematically examines the main functional areas of HRM, and engages with a number of key contemporary issues for both scholars and practitioners. Topics covered include: strategic HRM ethics in HRM knowledge management HRM and performance outsourcing and implications for HRM HRM in small and medium enterprises key functional areas of HR practice international HRM.
Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Section One: The Context of HRM 2. HRM in Changing Organisational Contexts 3. Strategic HRM 4. HRM and Links to Organisational Performance 5. HRM: An Ethical Perspective 6. Organizational Outsourcing and the Implications for HRM 7. Knowledge Management and HRM 8. HRM in Small and Medium Enterprises Section Two: The Practice of HRM 9. Recruitment and Selection 10. HR Planning 11. Performance Management 12. Reward Management 13. HRD 14. Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management Section Three: The International Context of HRM 15. HRM in Developing Economies 16. Comparative HRM 17. International HRM
June 2009: 234 x 156: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-46246-4: 90.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46247-1: 29.99 eBook: 978-0-203-87633-6
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Diversity Management in the UK


Organizational and Stakeholder Experiences
Anne-Marie Greene, University of Warwick, UK and Gill Kirton, Queen Mary, University London, UK Series: Routledge Research in Employment Relations
A comprehensive and critical review of the global scholarly literature on diversity, this book presents findings from original UK-based research involving in-depth organizational case studies, interviews, observation and documentary data from over fifty organizations.
Selected Contents: List of Tables Acknowledgments 1. Introduction 2. Understanding Diversity Management 3. The Contexts of Diversity Management 4. Diversity Management in the Public Sector 5. Diversity Management in the Private Sector. Deborah Dean 6. Diversity Practitioner Perspectives 7. Line Management Involvement in Diversity Management 8. Employee Experiences of Diversity Management. Chris Creegan 9. Trade Union Experiences of Diversity 10. Experiencing Diversity Management The Value of a Stakeholder Perspective Bibliography Index
April 2009: 229 x 152: 301pp Hb: 978-0-415-43176-7: 75.00
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2ND EDITION

Reward Management
A Critical Text
Edited by Geoff White, University of Greenwich Business School, UK and Janet Druker, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Series: Routledge Studies in Employment Relations
This thoroughly revised edition adopts a critical and theoretical perspective on remuneration policy and practices in the UK, offering a less prescriptive alternative to current texts for HR practitioners and MBA students.
2008: 234 x 156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-43188-0: 80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43189-7: 24.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88876-6

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Human Resource Management in Europe
Edited by Christian Scholz, University of Saarland, Germany and Hans Bhm, Managing Director of the German Association for Personnel Management, Germany
The European Union is expanding. Wide cultural, political and economic differences within the Union have a significant impact on the management of human resources, so crucial to the success of any enterprise. Businesses within the EU have regularly tried to re-evaluate the context in which they work, and for investors from other continents, notably the US and Asia, the potential for expensive mistakes is only too real. In this comprehensive new book, the varied and particular challenges for human resource management in the EU are fully explored. Written in conjunction with the European Association for Personal Management (EAPM), the book offers country-by-country analysis from native authors, assessing the contexts faced by businesses working in thirteen different states: from founding EU members like France and Germany, to relatively new entrants like Latvia and Poland. The book also includes a chapter on Turkey, an emerging economy currently outside the Union. The key issues are addressed from both theoretical and practical perspectives, whilst each chapter is also complimented by best practice case studies.
Selected Contents: Introduction 1. HRM in Austria: Dominant Behavioural School of Thought 2. HRM in the Czech Republic: Striving Towards the World-Wide Standard 3. HRM in Denmark: On the Top of Europe. HRM in France: Changes in the Corpus 4. HRM in Germany: Mission (Im)possible 5. HRM in Hungary: From Party Functionaries to Business Managers 6. HRM in Italy: The Evolution of a Profession 7. HRM in Latvia: Show Respect and Get Results 8. HRM in the Netherlands: Economics of Personnel Policies 9. HRM in Poland: Integrate to Develop People 10. HRM in Spain: Reinventing the Function 11. HRM in Turkey: The Dawn of Talent Management 12. HRM in the UK: Between North America and Continental Europe
2008: 234 x 156: 448pp Hb: 978-0-415-44760-7: 95.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44761-4: 29.99 eBook: 978-0-203-93794-5
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The Routledge Companion to Strategic Human Resource Management


Edited by John Storey, The Open University, UK, Patrick M. Wright, Cornell University, USA and David Ulrich, University of Michigan, USA
Combining up-to-date research, innovative content and practical perspectives, this book is the benchmark by which all other strategic HRM reference works should be measured. Leading figures from around the globe survey the current state of the discipline, while also introducing and exploring new, cutting edge themes in order to offer a comprehensive and authoritative overview of the field. Section introductions and integrative critiques pull together the separate themes to provide cross-comparisons between chapters to create a cohesive and well-structured volume. Unlike other texts in this area, The Routledge Companion to Strategic Human Resource Management incorporates contributions from leading management and business writers in areas adjacent to human resource management, including strategy, innovation and organizational learning.
Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. Introduction Part 2: Analytical Frameworks 2. The Disciplinary Origins 3. Post-Modern Perspectives 4. Globalisation 5. Legal Aspects and Regulation 6. Critical Theory 7. Human Capital, Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Part 3: Overarching Themes 8. Strategy and HRM 9. The HR Profession: Roles, Competencies 10. HR Function 11. E-HR and Shared Services 12. Executive Teams, Leadership and HRM 13. New Organizational Forms, Networks, Supply Chains and HR 14. IJVs 15. Changing Labour Markets: Gangmasters and the Hourglass Economy 16. Managing Change Part 4: Areas of Practice 17. Recruitment 18. Attracting and Selection 19. Redundancy/Rightsizing 20. Reward 21. Performance Management 22. 360 Degree and Coaching 23. Employee Engagement/Commitment/Participation 24. Capability Development and Careers 25. Discipline and Dismissal 26. Work Design 27. Diversity and Equal Opportunities Part 5: The Capability-Building Perspective 28. Leadership Development/Talent Management 29. Capabilities and Resources 30. Organization Learning 31. Knowledge Management Part 6: Contexts 32. Public Sector 33. Small Business 34. Service Sectors 35. Transnational Firms Part 7: Regions 36. International HRM 37. HR in South East Asia 38. HR in India 39. HR in China Part 8: Performance Outcomes 40. HR and Financial Outcomes 41. Employee Outcomes 42. Customer Outcomes 43. Societal Outcomes
2008: 246 x 174: 552pp Hb: 978-0-415-77204-4: 130.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88901-5
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Best Human Resource Management Practices in Latin America
Edited by Anabella Davila, Monterrey TEC, Mexico and Marta M. Elvira, IESE Business School, Universidad de Navarra, Madrid, Spain
Latin America today presents a dynamic but challenging business landscape. Although foreign investment in the region has risen, Asias increasing role in the global economy is a challenge to Latin Americas competitiveness. At the same time, Translatina firms Latin American trans-national companies continue to grow in capital and influence. This original collection explores the tensions between the strategic HRM policies demanded by global competition and local approaches rooted in Latin American cultural values. The book uses a selection of real-life case studies, plus quantitative data, to understand the unique challenges of human resource management in Latin America, exploring: the relationship between political, economic and social forces and HR practices lessons from successful HRM practices in the region the role of HRM practices for business strategy in Latin America national development and HRM practices diverse specific social and cultural contexts.
Selected Contents: 1. Best HRM Practices in Latin America: An Introduction 2. Stakeholder Management: The Case of Aracruz Celulose in Brazil 3. The Strategic Importance of Close Employment Relations in Conflict-Ridden Environments: Three Cases from Colombia 4. Stakeholders Perspective and Strategic Human Resource Management: Lessons from a Colombian Case Study 5. Learning Human Resources Management Best Practices from Spanish Multinationals in Latin America: A Case Study of Telefnica 6. Consistency of Business Strategy, Post-Acquisition Integration and Management of People: Developing a HRM Best Practice 7. Human Resource Practices and Business Performance: Grupo San Nicols 8. HRM Systems in Mexico: Case Novo Nordisk 9. Performance Management in Knowledge-Intensive Firms: The Case of CompuSoluciones in Mexico 10. Walking the Talk of Safety in South America 11. Executive Staffing Practices in US-Mexican Joint Ventures: A Staffing Model for IJV Executives 12. Western Ethical Theories and their Relevance to HRM in Latin America 13. Business Schools in Latin America: Global Players at Last? 14. Theoretical Approaches for HRM in Latin Amrica
2008: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-40060-2: 90.00 Pb: 978-0-415-40062-6: 29.99
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People Management and Performance


John Purcell, Nicholas Kinnie, Juani Swart, Bruce Rayton and Susan Hutchinson, all at University of Bath, UK
Do human resource management practices actually work? This timely and engaging volume examines the links between people management practices and organizational performance. Focusing on the implementation and impact of HR strategies, the book puts forward a model, which draws attention to: the importance of the culture and values of the organization the needs of professional knowledge workers the links between human resources and performance. Sponsored by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, People Management and Performance takes a critical view of how and why HR practices have had a positive impact on a range of organizations and also considers the implications for theory and practice.
2008: 234 x 156: 248pp Hb: 978-0-415-42779-1: 85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42780-7: 27.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88560-4
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FORTHCOMING

The Joy of Work?


Jobs, Happiness and You
Peter Warr and Guy Clapperton
Are you happy at work? Or do you just grin and bear it? We spend an average of twenty-five percent of our lives at work, so its important to make the best of it. The Joy of Work? looks at happiness and unhappiness from a fresh perspective. It draws on up-to-date research from around the world to present the causes and consequences of low job satisfaction and gives helpful suggestions and strategies for how to get more enjoyment from work. The book includes loads of interesting case studies about individual work situations, and includes simple self-completion questionnaires and procedures to help increase your happiness. Practical suggestions cover how to improve a job without moving out of it, advice about changing jobs, as well as how to alter typical styles of thinking which affect your attitudes.
September 2009: 198 x 129: 200pp Hb: 978-0-415-45965-5: 34.95 Pb: 978-0-415-45966-2: 8.99
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International Human Resource Management


A European Perspective
Edited by Michael Dickmann, Cranfield University, UK, Paul Sparrow, Lancaster University, UK and Chris Brewster
Conducting business across national borders is nothing new; the Knights Templar were banking internationally as long ago as 1135. But modern globalization processes raise different challenges, and as the world becomes smaller and labour movements more common, an international understanding of human resource management is essential. The second edition of International HRM provides a fully updated and revised analysis of this important area. Its innovative, multidisciplinary approach allows a holistic picture to emerge in which key issues are assessed from organizational, individual and societal perspectives. The collection is divided into three parts: the contemporary internationalization context the management of international employees strategic issues facing international HR managers. Supported by new research, and including work from eminent writers in the field, this book discusses issues as diverse as the relative absence of women in international work, the ethical merits of localization, and the context faced by organizations like the United Nations. It is a valuable tool for all students, researchers and practitioners working in international business and human resource management.
Selected Contents: 1. A European Persepective on IHRM: An Introduction 2. Localization: A Strategic Response to Globalization 3. HR Sourcing and Shoring: Strategies, Drivers, Success Factors and Implications for HR 4. The Transfer of Strategic HR Know-how in MNCS: Mechanisms, Barriers and Initiatives 5. Resourcing International Assignees 6. An Integrative Framework for Expatriate Preparation and Training 7. Expatriate Adjustment: A More Nuanced View 8. Rewards for Internationally Mobile Employees 9. Repatriation: The End or the Middle? 10. Careers and Expatriation 11. Modern Forms of International Working 12. Capitalizing on an International Career: Career Capital Perspectives 13. Women on International Assignments 14. HRM and International Organizations
2008: 234 x 156: 344pp Hb: 978-0-415-42392-2: 95.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42393-9: 29.99 eBook: 978-0-203-89139-1
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Essential Life Coaching Skills


Angela Dunbar, Managing Director, Dunbar Training and Development Consultancy, UK Series: Essential Coaching Skills and Knowledge
Essential Life Coaching Skills provides a comprehensive guide to the complete range and depth of skills required to succeed as a life coach. Angela Dunbar uses theoretical background alongside practical examples to provide a clear understanding of what makes a successful life coach. This book focuses on seven essential skill sets that are necessary for effective life coaching with each chapter giving specific examples of how these skills are used in life coaching, and how they can be developed and improved. The book also includes a comprehensive, current overview of life coaching processes, practices, and issues, from both the coach and client perspectives. Essential Life Coaching Skills will be ideal reading for new and existing life coaches who wish to find ways to enhance their competence and ability. It will also be of use to therapists and counsellors looking to expand into coaching.
August 2009: 198 x 129: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-45896-2: 50.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45897-9: 16.99
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FORTHCOMING

The Economics of the Multilingual Workplace


Francois Grin, Claudio Sfreddo, both at University of Geneva, Switzerland and Franois Vaillancourt, Universit de Montral, Canada Series: Routledge Studies in Sociolinguistics
This volume looks at the relationship between linguistic diversity and the economic sector, in particular the operation of firms. It develops a novel perspective combining language economics, which helps to fill gaps in our understanding of the role of languages in economic activity, and a broader sociolinguistic perspective on macro-level language policy issues.
July 2009: 229 x 152: 244pp Hb: 978-0-415-80018-1: 65.00
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The Psychology of Executive Coaching


Theory and Application
Bruce Peltier
Coaching has become an important way for psychotherapists and other mental health professionals to adapt their skills to a changing environment. This book provides a comprehensive translation of psychotherapy theory and skills for the would-be executive coach. It was written to help clinical mental health practitioners understand the culture and expectations of the corporate and business world, as well as how to use their hard-earned skills effectively in executive coaching. The book begins with a clear explanation of how coaching differs from counseling and how to explain this to prospective new clients. Eight chapters translate popular therapies into coaching strategies, along with a guide for assessing executives. One chapter describes the challenges women face as managers and executives and proposes effective coaching methods. Lessons from successful athletic coaches are integrated into consulting skills. Essential business school lessons in leadership, marketing, and the corporate viewpoint and vocabulary are included for the therapist seeking greater understanding of the executives point of view. A final chapter describes how to make the transition from the world of therapy to the workplace world of the corporate coach.
September 2009: 229 x 152: 384pp Pb: 978-0-415-99341-8: 22.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88610-6
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HRM in the Sport and Leisure Industry


Chris Wolsey and Jeff Abrams, Helen Whitrod Brown and Terry Owens, all at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
Containing wide ranging industry specific case studies and a full explanation of all key human resource issues, this text allows students develop their understanding of strategic human resource theory and practice. By its very service nature, leisure and sport are staff intensive sectors, making effective human resource management and development central to understanding the business, and to business success. HRM in the Sport and Leisure Industry is a comprehensive course textbook and reference for students of HRM, business, sports and leisure management.
February 2010: 246 x 174: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-42178-2: 75.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42179-9: 24.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88553-6
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The Routledge Companion to International Business Coaching


Edited by Michel Moral, University of Paris VIII, France and Geoffrey Abbott, Institute of Executive Coaching, Australia
This important new handbook offers the first comprehensive and detailed introduction to the theory and practice of international business coaching, drawing on the very latest academic research, as well as realworld examples of international best practice.
December 2008: 246 x 174: 392pp Hb: 978-0-415-45875-7: 100.00 ebook: 978-0-203-88679-3
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RELATED JOURNAL The International Journal of Human Resource Management


Editor: Michael Poole, Cardiff Business School, UK
Volume 20, 2009, 12 issues per year Print ISSN 0958-5192 Online ISSN 1466-4399

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Trade Unions in a Neoliberal World


British Trade Unions under New Labour
Edited by Gary Daniels and John McIlroy, both at University of Keele, UK Series: Routledge Research in Employment Relations
Written by very well-respected contributors, this comprehensive volume provides readers with an academic examination and comparison of the politics of industrial relations in the UK and Europe.
Selected Contents: Introduction: Trade Unions in a Neoliberal World John McIlroy and Gary Daniels Part 1: Trade Unions under New Labour 1. A Brief History of British Trade Unions and Neoliberalism: From the Earliest Days to the Birth of New Labour John McIlroy 2. A Brief History of British Trade Unions and Neoliberalism in the Age of New Labour John McIlroy 3. An Anatomy of British Trade Unionism since 1997: Strategies for Revitalization John McIlroy and Gary Daniels 4. An Anatomy of British Trade Unionism since 1997: Organization, Structure and Factionalism John McIlroy and Gary Daniels 5. Under Stress But Still Enduring: The Contentious Alliance in the Age of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown John McIlroy Part 2: Issues 6. Employment Legislation: New Labours Neoliberal Legal Project to Subordinate Trade Unions Paul Smith and Gary Morton 7. Partnership: New Labours Third Way? Martin Upchurch 8. Organizing: In the Field Gary Daniels 9. Skills and Training: A Strategic Role for Trade Unions or the Limits of Neoliberalism? John McIlroy and Richard Croucher 10. Strikes: New Labour and Industrial Conflict Dave Lyddon 11. Europe: The Double-Edged Sword of Justice? New Labour, Trade Unions and Politics of Social Europe Graham Taylor
2008: 234 x 156: 400pp Hb: 978-0-415-42663-3: 65.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88773-8
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Work and Society


Sociological Approaches, Themes and Methods
Tim Strangleman, University of Kent, UK and Tracey Warren, University of Nottingham, UK
As both the nature and organization of work changes, so does sociology as it becomes more interdisciplinary. At this defining moment, Work and Society provides a thoughtful and accessible study that helps us rethink and expand sociological approaches to the study of modern workplaces. John Russo and Sherry Linkon, Center for Working-Class Studies Work and Society is an important new text about the sociology of work and employment. It provides both undergraduate and postgraduate students of sociology, business and politics, with a firm and enjoyable foundation to this fascinating area of sociology, giving comprehensive coverage of traditional areas of the sub-discipline as well as new trends and developments. The book is divided into three complementary and interconnected sections - investigating work, work and social change and understanding work. These sections allow readers to explore themes, issues and approaches by examining how sociologists have thought about, and researched work and how the sub-discipline has been influenced by wider society itself. Novel features include separate chapters on researching work, domestic work, unemployment and work, and the representation of work in literary and visual media.
Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Section 1: Investigating Work 2. Theory and Work 3. Researching Work 4. Representations of Work Section 2: Work and Social Change 5. Work and Industrial Society 6. Work and Post Industrial Society Section 3: Understanding Work 7. Divisions at Work 8. Controlling Work 9. Time and Work 10. Domestic Work 11. Unemployment and Work 12. Culture, Emotion and Identity at Work 13. Conclusion
2008: 234 x 156: 360pp Pb: 978-0-415-33649-9: 21.99
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The Dynamics of Partnership in Financial Services


Peter Samuel, University of Nottingham, UK Series: Routledge Research in Employment Relations
This book evaluates the debate on partnership, using original research. Samuel redefines the debate providing a new categorisation with which to synthesize and clarify a highly diverse literature on labour-management partnership.
Selected Contents: 1. Perspectives on Partnership 2. Research Methods and Two Pairs of Cases 3. The Structural Origins of Partnership 4. Management and Trade Union Motives for Partnership 5. The Forms of Partnership 6. Employer Outcomes 7. Trade Union and Employee Outcomes 8. The Prospects for Partnership
December 2008: 234 x 156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-42952-8: 65.00
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