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Critical Consulting
New Perspectives on the Management Advice Industry

 

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Critical Consulting
New Perspectives on the Management Advice Industry

Robin Fincham (Editor)
Timothy Clark (Editor)

 

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ISBN: 9780631218197

 

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The critical analysis presented here evaluates what management consultants offer as well as analysing the emergence of their industry as a contemporary social phenomenon. aeo Presents the latest research from the most influential researchers in the field.


The critical analysis presented here evaluates what management consultants offer as well as analysing the emergence of their industry as a contemporary social phenomenon.
* Presents the latest research from the most influential researchers in the field.
* Takes an inter--disciplinary approach, chapters analyse critical theory, organizational behaviour, sociology, psychology, actor--network theory and narrative analysis.
* Provides the first critical evaluation of the different actors and activities that comprise the management advice sector.


 

ISBN 63121819
ISBN13 9780631218197
Publisher Blackwell Publishers
Format Hardback
Publication date 06/09/2001
Pages 296
Weight (grammes) 646
Published in United Kingdom
Height (mm) 252
Width (mm) 172

List of Figures and Tables. Notes on Contributors. Introduction: The Emergence of Critical Perspectives on Consulting: Robin Fincham (Stirling University) and Timothy Clark (Kinga s College). Part I: Setting the Scene: The Nature of Management Consultancy and Management Advice:. 1. Consulting: What Should it Mean?: Edgar H Schein (MIT Sloan School of Management). 2. Trapped in their Wave: The Evolution of Management Consultancies: Matthias Kipping (University of Reading). 3. The Rise of Consultancy and the Prospect for Regions: Peter Wood (University College London). 4. On Knowledge, Business Consultants and the Selling of TQM: Karen Legge (University of Warwick). Part II: The Contexts of Management Consultancy and Management Advice:. 5. Virtual Stories of Virtual Working: Critical Reflections on CTI Consultancy Discourse: Peter Case (Oxford Brookes University). 6. The Vision Thing: Constructing Technology and the Future in Management Advice: Brian P Bloomfield (Lancaster University Management School) and Theo Vurdubakis (Manchester School of Management). 7. Front--Line Diffusion: The Production and Negotiation of Knowledge Through Training Interactions: Andrew Sturdy (University of Melbourne). 8. Knowledge Legitimation and Audience Affiliation Through Storytelling: The Example of Management Gurus: Timothy Clark (Kinga s College) and David Greatbatch (Independent Social Scientist). 9. A Fantasy Theme Analysis of Three Guru--Led Management Fashions: Brad Jackson (Victoria University of Wellington). Part III: Critical Reflections on Management Consultancy and Management Advice:. 10. Charisma versus Technique: Differentiating the Expertise of Management Gurus and Management Consultants: Robin Fincham (Stirling University). 11. On Communication Barriers between Management Science, Consultancies and Business Companies: Alfred Kieser (University of Mannheim). 12. Professionalism and Politics in Management Consultancy Work: Mats Alvesson (Lund University) and Anders W Johansson (Jonkoping International Business School, Sweden). 13. Understanding Advice: Towards a Sociology of Management Consultancy: Graeme Salaman (Open University). 14. What Next? More Critique of Consultants, Gurus and Managers: Frank Heller (Centre for Decision Making Studies). Index.