Narrative approaches to organization and management studies are very much in vogue. Offering a new challenge to management scholarship, Management Theory: A Critical Approach exposes the subtexts of five influential texts by Taylor, Follett, Drucker, Mintzberg and Kanter. In doing so, it encourages readers to recognise the stories that management theories tell, and more significantly, those that they exclude.
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