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Time is often taken for granted in daily life and the business world. The aim of this book is to bring time into sharper focus and in particular to look at the way time is constructed, made, managed, and used in organizations. The book both provides an overview of some of the key concepts in time and it explores how particular features of the modern world extend and change the temporal dimension of organizational activity.
Richard Whipp is a Professor at Cardiff Business School and is the Chair of the British Academy of Management. He has taught and researched at Warwick Business School and Aston Business School as well as holding visiting positions at the University of Uppsala and the LSE. He has published widely in the areas of innovation and strategic change.
Barbara Adam is Professor of Sociology at Cardiff University. She is the founding editor of the journal Time & Society and has published extensively on the social relations of time.
Ida Sabelis is Senior Lecturer of Organisation Anthropology with the research group Culture, Organisation & Management at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. Before her current position, she was co-founder and consultant of Kantharos, Institute for the Management of Diversity in Amsterdam. She is review editor for non-English publications of the journal Time & Society.
Release date NZ
July 11th, 2002
Edited by Barbara Adam
Edited by Ida Sabelis
Edited by Richard Whipp
Country of Publication
7 figures; 2 tables; 5 boxes
Oxford University Press
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