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Management as Consultancy

Neo-bureaucracy and the Consultant Manager

Gebonden Engels 2015 9781107020962
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The nature of management is changing: managers are becoming more like consultants, focusing on projects, functional integration, change and 'clients'. This timely book is based on a large-scale, international study of new management practices and examines the emergence of consultant managers. It breaks new ground in our understanding of this hybrid role, uncovering working practices, identities and occupational dynamics, to shed light on both management and consultancy. It unpacks the changing relationship between external consultants and management to reveal important implications for the future of consultancy. Both private and public sectors are covered, with a focus on managers in large and multinational organisations such as former consultants and those in specialisms such as human resource management who adopt consulting roles. In addition to advancing our understanding of changes in management, this book offers a demystifying view of consultancy as a whole, from one of the largest ever studies of this occupation.

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ISBN13:9781107020962
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:Gebonden
Aantal pagina's:254
Uitgever:Cambridge University Press
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1. Management as consultancy - a case of neo-bureaucracy; 2. Neo-bureaucratic management and consultancy; 3. The research study; 4. The work activities of the consultant manager; 5. Managing relationships as a consultant manager; 6. The occupational and career tensions of the consultant manager; 7. The identity boundaries and threats of the consultant manager; 8. Conclusion; Appendix 1. Details of UK interview respondents; Appendix 2. Details of Australian interview respondents; Appendix 3. Key features of UK internal consultancy units (ICUs); Appendix 4. Data analysis on standardisation in UK and Australian case studies; References; Index.

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