3 edition of Organizational Paradoxes (International Behavioural and Social Sciences, Classics from the Tavistock Press) found in the catalog.
October 1, 2003 by Routledge .
Written in English
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This text on management and organization paradoxes includes contemporary work in comparative management and intercultural comparison and studies of organizational culture, communication and aesthetics. Purely theoretical as well Pages: Common themes in paradoxes include self-reference, infinite regress, circular definitions, and confusion or equivocation between different levels of abstraction.. Patrick Hughes outlines three laws of the paradox. Self-reference An example is "This statement is false", a form of the liar statement is referring to itself.
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Organizations are rife with paradoxes. Contradictory and interdependent tensions emerge from and within multiple levels, including individual interactions, group dynamics, organizational strategies, and the broader institutional context.
Examples abound such as those between stability and change, empowerment and alienation, flexibility and control, diversity and inclusion. Organizational Organizational Paradoxes book Clinical approaches to management (International Behavioural and Social Sciences, Classics from the Tavistock Press Book 74) - Kindle edition by de Vries, Manfred F.
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Lewis, Paula Jarzabkowski, and Ann Langley Oxford Handbooks. Provides multiple theoretical perspectives on paradox important to a broad array of scholars across organizational theory. While there is a rich discussion in the literature about the importance of leaders’ sensemaking about and managing of paradoxes in organizational change, the follower perspective, and in particular the leaders’ influence on followers’ sensemaking about paradoxes have largely been neglected so by: 2.
In that book some leading scholars laid important foundations for our current thinking. Van de Ven and Poole () provided an initial theory of paradox and change. Finally, engage in empirical work that fully makes apparent the paradoxes of organizational life. Paradox is a counterintuitive concept that makes it difficult to comprehend.
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The book is highly recommended for the students and scholars who are actively involved in the paradox research. Each chapter of the book inspires new research questions, motivate future alliances, and encourage provocative research.
Moreover, the book is highly advised for the practitioners as well, who face paradoxes/dilemmas on daily basis. Read "Organizational Paradoxes Clinical approaches to management" by available from Rakuten Kobo.
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‘Paradoxes from A to Z is a clear, well-written and philosophically reliable introduction to a range of paradoxes. It is the perfect reference book for anyone interested in this area of philosophy.’ Nigel Warburton, author of Philosophy: The Basics ‘An excellent book Clark’s masterful discussion makes this one of theFile Size: 1MB.
The notion of paradox dates back to ancient philosophy, yet only recently have scholars started to explore this idea in organizational phenomena.
Two decades ago, a handful of provocative theorists urged researchers to take seriously the study of paradox, and thereby deepen our understanding of plurality, tensions, and contradictions in organizational life.
Conflicting demands and either/or tensions are the norm for many managers. They don’t get resolved by tackling one demand at a time, or by making a “final” decision. Paradoxes — also described as polarities — are dilemmas that seem to defy common sense and business acumen.
They can be overwhelming, difficult to understand, and. Navigating the Paradoxes of Sustainability, Jason Jay, Sara Soderstrom, and Gabriel Grant The Paradoxes of Time in Organizations, Natalie Slawinski and Tima Bansal On Organizational Circularity: Vicious and Virtuous Circles in Organizing, Hari Tsoukas and Miguel Pinha de Cuhna Brand: Oxford University Press.
Leadership Paradoxes: Rethinking Leadership for an Uncertain World argues that the key to understanding and enhancing leadership education, theory. This book is a theoretically grounded presentation of the strategic and historical context of organizational paradoxes, exploring the paradoxes in organizational management and the available tactics to manage them.
Based on academic sources in the paradox literature, it presents paradox management as a nuanced and coherent : Palgrave Pivot. The book will be of interest to leaders and managers, as well as students of leadership, management and organizational intent is to provide the reader with a foundation for reflecting on his or her own leadership practice with special focus on organizational complexity, ambiguity, and paradoxes.
Organizational Culture and Paradoxes in Management will be of value to students at an advanced level, academics and reflective practitioners. It addresses the topics with regard to management and organizational studies and will be of interest to organizational scholars, consultants and leaders interested in fostering a meaningful culture within.
Psychologists have long advocated the cognitive nature of paradoxes and that they are cognitively and socially constructed. I advocate that Kelly's theory of personal constructs holds great promise in getting managers to think more deeply about how they think they construe the seemingly opposing tensions confronting their everyday strategic work.
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Organizational paradoxes: clinical approaches to management. [Manfred F R Kets de Vries] -- Organizational Paradoxes takes the reader on a journey into the individual's personal 'underworld'. Its primary objective remains to help the reader understand the inner theatre of leaders and. Positive organizational change is a paradox.
On one hand, natural human inclinations toward the positive and heliotropic tendencies foster a proclivity toward positive change in human systems. On the other hand, human beings react more strongly to negative than to positive stimuli, so the presence of negative events overshadows positive events.
The book is organized beginning simply and moving toward more and more difficult paradoxes. Reading this, and the class it was a text for, was one of the few times in my life where I've really felt myself stretched to my intellectual limits and somewhere just beyond/5.
the nature of organizational paradoxes as a constitutive organizational feature, and suggested ways of dealing with paradoxes.
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Paradox of Organizational Change illustrates a systematic approach to creating sustainable change in any type of organization attempting to compete effectively in its environment.
This book is founded on general systems principles and the scientific study of behavior. Stories based on real cases are presented to address fundamental issues of organizational change.
‘This book provides a significant development of understanding organizational life from a complexity perspective. It takes the uncertainty of organizational life seriously; exploring reflexivity and making sense of one’s experience in a manner 4/5(1).
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Paradoxes emerge everywhere in organizational theory and management practice. This book is a theoretically grounded presentation of the strategic and historical context of organizational paradoxes, exploring the paradoxes in organizational management and the available tactics to.
Organizational and management theories in-volve a special type of paradox-social para-doxes. Many such paradoxes have been identi-fied by Burrell and Morgan (), Pfeffer (), Quinn and Cameron (), Smith and Berg (), Van de Ven (), and Van de Ven and Poole ().
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Bridging theory with practice, this new edition uses models, examples, and exercises to help students engage others in the change process. The conference theme is "The Power of Paradox as a driver for organizational change".
InfoQ asked Nijman about the paradox in culture change, what kind of culture organizations should aim for if Author: Ben Linders. The following statements are often heard from those giving advice to those leading organizational change initiatives: “The first requirement is to have top management on board.” “Top management buy-in is essential for change to occur.” “Significant change will only occur if led from the top.” “The CEO determines the organizational values.”.
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Explains how managers can come to see new possibilities for structuring organizations, designing jobs, and solving daily problems by learning to embrace and transcend paradoxes.