1: Adrian Wilkinson,Steve Armstrong and Michael Lounsbury: Introduction Section I: Main Historic Models 2: Lucy Taska: Scientific Management 3: Kyle Bruce and Chris Nyland: Human Relations 4: Martin Spring: Operations Management/Systems 5: Peter Starbuck: Management by Objectives 6: Mats Alvesson and Peter Fleming: Organizational Culture and Image 7: Bob Hinings and Roston Greenwood: Open Systems (contingency theory/design) 8: Stewart Clegg , Marco Berti and Walte P Jarvis: Cuture in the Past: a Philoshphical Reflection on the Prospects of Management Section II: The Doing/Functions of Managements 9: Andy Charwood and Kim Hoquel: Managing People - Personnel, HRM, Performance 10: Zoe Radnor and Nicola Bateman: Managing Operations - Production, BPR 11: Jeff Pinto: Managing Projects 12: Wendy Currie: Managing Knowledge and Information 13: Violina Rindova and Santosh Srinivas: Managing Meaning - Culture 14: Ronald E Riggio: Management and Leadership 15: Mark Shanley: Management and Strategy 16: Stefan Tengblad: Management Practice - and the Doing of Management 17: David Buchanan: Managing Change Section III: Themes 18: David Courpasson: Management as a Practice of Power 19: Michel Anteby: Management and Morality/Ethics 20: Graham Sewell: Management and Modernity Section IV: Management in Society and Management Organizations/Institutions 21: Kevin Morell and Mark Learmouth: Evidence Based Management 22: Ken Brown and Robert S. Rubin: Management Education and Business Schools 23: Christian De cock and Damian Doherty: Management as an Academic Discipline 24: Rick Steers and Luciara Nardon: Managing Across Cultures 25: Mike Geppert and Graham Hollinshead: International Management 26: Andy Sturdy, Christopher Wright and Nick Wylie: Management as Consultancy
Steven J Armstrong is currently Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Director of the Doctor of Business Administration and overseas Executive MBA programmes at Hull University Business School. He is also a visiting research fellow at the Vlerick Management School in Ghent, Belgium. He previously spent 15 years at the leading edge of research, design, and development within the electronics industry and became an R&D manager responsible for new product developments involving multi-million pound projects. He has helped organise 13 international events including 10 major conferences, presented more than 50 conference papers, edited 4 books, co-edited 8 books of conference proceedings, and authored more than 40 articles/book chapters. Professor Michael Lounsbury is the Canada Research Chair in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Alberta School of Business. His research focuses on the relationship between organizational and institutional change, entrepreneurial dynamics, and the emergence of new industries and practices. In addition to serving on a number of editorial boards, Professor Lounsbury is the series editor of Research in the Sociology of Organizations. He has previously served as Chair of the Organization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management, and Co-Editor of Organization Studies and Journal of Management Inquiry. His PhD is in Sociology and Organization Behavior from Northwestern University. Adrian Wilkinson is Professor of Employment Relations, and the Director of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing, at Griffith University, Australia. Professor Wilkinson has written on many aspects of Human Resource Management and Employment Relations. Recent research encompassed employee participation and voice; high performance work systems and; comparative and international employment relations. He served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts from 2008-2010. He is a Fellow and Accredited Examiner of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development in the UK, the Australian Human Resource Institute, the British Academy of Management, the Academy of Social Sciences, and the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia. He is Co-editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of HRM and the Springer Series in Work, Organization and Employment.