Leading and managing people in the dynamic organization / edited by Randall S. Peterson, Elizabeth A. Mannix.
Contributor(s): Peterson, Randall S. | Mannix, Elizabeth A.Call number: 658.4092 L434 Material type: BookSeries: LEA's organization and management series. Publisher: New York, N.Y. ; Hove : Psychology Press/Taylor & Francis Group, 2013, c2003. Description: ix, 280 p. : charts.ISBN: 9780415649667 (pbk.).Subject(s): Supervision of employees | Organizational behavior | Management
Part I. Introduction to leading and managing people in the dynamic organization. 1, Introduction: leading and managing people in the dynamic organization. 2, Dynamic organizations: achieving marketplace and organizational agility with people -- Part II. Managing the people in the dynamic organization. 3, Staffing dynamic organization: rethinking selection and motivation in the context of continuous change. 4, Virtual processes: implications for coaching the virtual team. 5, The role of subcultures in agile organizations -- Part III. Managing information flow in the dynamic organization. 6, Managing teams in the dynamic organization: the effects of revolving membership and changing task demands on expertise and status in groups. 7, Transactive memory in dynamic organizations. 8, Integrative interest? Building a bridge between negotiation research and the dynamic organization -- Part IV. Leadership in the dynamic organization. 9, Leadership, learning, ambiguity, and uncertainty and their significance to dynamic organizations. 10, Real options reasoning and the dynamic organization: strategic insights from the biological analogy. 11, Organization design: a network view -- Part V. Conclusions. 12, Emerging themes from a new paradigm.