5 edition of Resistance and power in organizations found in the catalog.
1994 by Routledge .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by John Jermier, David Knights, Walter R. Nord.|
|Series||Critical Perspectives on Work & Organizations Series|
|Contributions||Jermier, John., Knights, David., Nord, Walter R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Resistance and Power in Organizations: Agency, Subjectivity, and the Labour Process (Critical Perspectives on Work and Organization) by Walter R.
Nord (Author, Editor), John M. Jermier (Editor), David Knights (Editor) & 0 moreFormat: Hardcover. A wide range of passive and active, subtle and covert resistance practices are examined from diverse contexts. These include factory workers, women and minorities, farmers and even managers.
International in focus, presenting original research supported by case-study material, this volume begins to redress the often cited neglect of workplace by: This state of the art collection develops the theme of resistance from below in everyday organizational life.
Building on a body of theory dealing with power, control and domination in the labour process, international contributors expand the analysis by focusing on material circumstances and subjective states that lead to subtle forms of subversion and sabotage as well as to more overt forms of defiance.
This book attempts precisely this by exploring how resistance Resistance and power in organizations book as much a part of change as the strategies of those that seek to enact it. The findings are drawn from a qualitative study of organizational transformation in a Local Government Authority in the : Darren McCabe.
Resistance and power in organizations. [John M Jermier; David Knights; Walter R Nord;] -- This state of the art collection develops the theme of resistance from below in everyday organizational life. Building on a body of theory dealing with power, control and domination in the labour. SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life.
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International in focus, presenting original research supported by case-study material, this volume begins to redress the often cited neglect of workplace resistance.
Resistance and power in organizations book is at the heart of the change process, yet it is often overlooked or perceived as a negative force.
This book explores resistance as a natural, positive, and necessary component of change. Twenty discrete resistance factors_likely to be found in a variety of circumstances_are described/5(6). Resistance and Power in Organizations: Agency, Subjectivity and the Labour Process (Critical Perspectives on Work & Organizations) Paperback – 29 Sept.
Format: Paperback. Resistance and Power in Organizations, edited by John Jermier, David Knights, and Walter Nord. London: Routledge, Reviewed by Frank Resistance and power in organizations book, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ This book examines relationships between subjectivity, power, and resistance Resistance and power in organizations book the labor process.
Putting together essays from UMIST\. Changing Change Management: Strategy, Power and Resistance (Routledge Studies in Organizational Change & Development Book 22) - Kindle edition by McCabe, Darren.
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At the core of organizational power projects are organizational elites, whose politics and projects are examined extensively Resistance and power in organizations book the book. The book concludes by examining Resistance and power in organizations book implications for organizations and their elites of the trends, tendencies, and theories considered in the course of the book.
Hezbollah and Hamas: The Interplay of Resistance, Power, and Political Order; Hezbollah and Hamas’ Intellectual and Structural Background; Conceptions of Political Order; The Core Norm of Resistance ; Maintaining the Power Position; Conclusion; Ruling Islamist Organizations and the Connection of Norms, Power, and Conceptions of Political Order.
Contesting the Corporation: Struggle, Power and Resistance in Organizations Peter Fleming, André Spicer In an age when large corporations dominate the economic and political landscape, it is tempting to think that their power goes largely unchecked.
If you can shape the direction of the organization, you have tremendous power to affect much of what it does and consequently the futures (and power) of others in the firm. The power one already has.
Last, but certainly not least, is the power of the individual. We can be charming, willing, obstinate and : Julie Zink, Zink, Julie. The article reviews the book "Resistance and Power in Organizations," edited by John Jermier, David Knights, and Walter : Frank Fischer.
The signs of individual resistance are usually complaints, mistakes, anger, indifference, withdrawal, absenteeism to work due to health reasons and stubbornness. As for that, organizational resistance is work accidents, increase in compensation claims of employees, increasing absenteeism, sabotage, Author: Cem Karabal.
Authority is seen as legitimate; resistance is seen as illegitimate. Organizational politics become defined as the unsanctioned or illegitimate use of power to achieve unsanctioned or illegitimate ends, as Mintzberg (a; ), Mayes and Allen (), Gandz and Murray (), and Enz () all argue.
Review of the hardback:‘This book takes a refreshing new look at power and resistance in organizations. It provides the reader with an understanding of the ways in which diverse struggles pervade organizations, while reminding us that there is still hope for those who engage in them.’Author: Peter Fleming, André Spicer.
"A marvelous addition to the literature on both organizations and power. It is well-grounded in the research on these topics and especially the wide-range of relevant theorizing The book is terrific at bringing together theory, research and the world of organizations." - George Ritzer, Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland "This book tirelessly illuminates the nooks.
Books in This Series PUBLISHING IN THE ORGANIZATIONAL SCIENCES, 2nd Edition 10 Discursive Theories of Organizational Power 11 Power and Organizational Forms 12 Corporate Power Elites greater length in ‘Recovering experience, confirming identity, voicing resistance: the Braceros, File Size: 3MB.
Managing With Power provides an in-depth look at the role of power and influence in organizations. Pfeffer shows convincingly that its effective use is an essential component of strong leadership.
With vivid examples, he makes a compelling case for the necessity of power in mobilizing the political support and resources to get things done in 4/5(3). Resistance and Power in Organizations: John M.
Jermier, David Knights, Walter R. Nord: Books - Power: If you want to use your power effectively, learnt about the other parry’s needs, interests, and goals. Power basically is the function of dependency which does not require goal compatibility.
In the words of Max Weber: “Power is the probability that one actor within the relationship will be in a position to carry out his own will despite resistance.”. Resistance to organizational change 1. resistance to 2. IntroductionTo change is to move from the present tothe future, from known information torelatively unknown ore, change can be defined as ―tomake or become different, give or beginto have a different form‖ 3.
"Thomas R. Harvey and Elizabeth A. Broyles skillfully present an important and provocative, theory-based, and practical book on change. Highly readable and loaded with strategies to help today's leaders and organizations understand and navigate through the realities and challenges of change.
A must-read for all."-Lawrence Kemper, former superintendent; president of Association of California. Problems of implementation are really issues of how to influence behavior, change the course of events, overcome resistance, and get people to do things they would not otherwise do.
In a word, power. Managing With Power provides an in-depth look at the role of power and influence in organizations. Power, Institutions and Organ izations INTRODUCTION The relationship between power and institu tions is an intimate one. Institutions exist to the extent that they are powerful -the extent to which they affect the behaviors, beliefs and opportunities of individuals, groups, organizations and File Size: 1MB.
MANAGING RESISTANCE TO CHANGE Ken Hultman, Ed.D., LCPC This article offers (1) a conceptual framework for understanding resistance to organizational change, (2) guidelines for distinguishing between positive and negative resistance, (3) a process for systematically assessing the causes of.
Originally published inContesting the Corporation counters this view by showing that today's corporations are driven by political struggle, power plays and attempts to resist control. Building on a wide range of In an age when large corporations dominate the economic and political landscape, it is tempting to think that their power goes 3/5(3).
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Sprinting requires 6 times more power, even though the same amount of work has been done. So, power consists of two things heat created or energy spent, and time. Resistance of an object is neither energy spent or a period of time.
So in and of itself, resistance has no. The interplay between power and resistance in the restructuring of organizations through discourses is ultimately related to the social construction of organizational ideology.
Ideologies are representations of aspects of the world, which contribute to establishing and maintaining relations of power, domination and exploitation (Fairclough Cited by: Power and Influence in Organizations offers a rich exploration of emerging trends and new perspectives.
Contributors include leading scholars in organizational behavior and theory and major contemporary intellectual pioneers in research on power and influence, including Samuel B. Bacharach, Robert Cialdini, Edward J.
Lawler, and Jeffrey Pfeffer. Chapter 1: Theories of Power of more democratic forms of organization (Morgan,). Robert Dahl () continues Weber’s approach, both in the definition of power and in the attribution of it to a concrete human factor.
Whereas Weber discussed power in the context of the organization and its structures, Dahl locatedFile Size: KB. How to overcome resistance to organizational change. Employee resistance to change is a complex issue facing management in the complex and ever-evolving organization of today.
The process of change is ubiquitous and employee resistance is a critically important contributor to the failure of many well-intend and well-conceived efforts to initiate change within the organization.
Get this from a library. Resistance, power, and conceptions of political order in Islamist organizations: comparing Hezbollah and Hamas. [Maren Koss] -- This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Islamist organizations' conceptions of political order based on a comparative case study of the Shiite Lebanese Hezbollah and the Sunni Palestinian.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Chapter One. Faces of Power in Organizations --Chapter of Resistance at Work --Chapter le in Organizations --Chapter -identification and Resentment: The Case of Cynicism --Chapter -sexualizing Work and the Struggle for Desire --Chapter Six.
POWER AND ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS During discussions of leadership, the question often arises: "Why or how are leaders able to get resistance." Along similar lines, Emerson suggests that "The power of actor A over actor B is the promotions, or threats of dismissal, are essentially utilitarian organizations.
NORMATIVE POWER: Is power File Size: KB. upon the power taxonomy proposed by French and Raven in their Studies of Social Power. Their classifications are listed in Table 1 on the following page. Leadership As A Function Of Power Gary Yukl’s research on leadership provides us with insights into the use of power and how its components can influence the behavior of subordinates and Size: 28KB.
Resistance to change in organizations – Employee resistance In today’s pdf reality the level of complexity and the increased rate of change cause challenges for many leaders. Motivating people to change direction, building new strategies, transforming business models, and adopting new ways of collaboration.PROCEEDINGS OF THE 10th INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE "Challenges of Modern Management", November 3rd-4th,BUCHAREST, ROMANIA EMPLOYEE RESISTANCE TO ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE THROUGH MANAGERIAL REENGINEERING.
Andrei SERBAN1 Cristina IORGA2. ABSTRACT Global competition is driving organizations to become better and more File Size: KB.A resistance movement ebook an organized effort by some portion of the civil population of ebook country to withstand the legally established government or an occupying power and to disrupt civil order and stability.
It may seek to achieve its objectives through either the use of nonviolent resistance (sometimes called civil resistance), or the use of force, whether armed or unarmed.