1 Introduction PART I The human dimension 2 Motivation and the self 3 Individual differences, personality and self 4 Groups and teams at work 5 Managing People: Contexts of HRM, Diversity and Social Inequality 6 Knowledge and learning: Consuming management? PART II The organizational dimension 7 Organization, structure and design 8 Management and leadership 9 Political organizations and decision making 10 Culture 11 Change and innovation: New organizational forms 12 Technology PART III Emergent issues 13 Globalization and organizations 14 Bureaucracy and post-bureaucracy 15 Ethics at work
David Knights is Research Professor at the Bristol Business School and a Visiting Professor at Gothenburg School of Business, Economics and Law. He is a founding and continuing editor of the journal Gender, Work and Organisation. He is also the founder and continuing director of the Financial Services Research Forum that funds academic research and engages in critical debate with practitioners on this sector. He has published widely in the field of management and organization analysis and is a member of the editorial boards of several international journals. Hugh Willmott is Research Professor at the Cardiff Business School. He has previously held appointments at the Universities of Cambridge, Manchester and Aston, and visiting appointments at the Universities of Copenhagen, Lund and Cranfield. His books include Making Quality Critical, The Re-engineering Revolution, Managing Knowledge, Management Lives, Studying Management Critically and Fragmenting Work. He has published widely in social science and management journals and currently is a member of the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Review, Organization Studies, Journal of Management Studies and an Associated Editor of Organization.