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Great Minds in Management
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Introduction 1: Michael A. Hitt and Ken G. Smith: The Process of Developing Mangement Theory Part I: Individuals and Their Environment 2: Albert Bandura: The Evolution of Social Cognitive Theory 3: Lee R. Beach and Terrence R. Mitchell: Image Theory 4: Robert Folger: The Road to Fairness and Beyond 5: Michael Frese: Proactive Individualism 6: Donald C. Hambrick: Upper Echelons Theory: Origins, Twists and Turns, and Lessons Learned 7: Edwin A. Locked and Gary P. Latham: Goal Setting Theory: Theory Building by Induction 8: Greg R. Oldham and J. Richard Hackman: How Job Characteristics Theory Happened 9: Lyman W. Porter, Richard M. Steers, and Richard T. Mowday: Do Employee Attitudes Towards Organizations Matter? The Study of Employee Commitment to Organizations 10: Denise M. Rousseau: Developing Psychological Contract Theory 11: Barry M. Staw: The Escalation of Commitment: Steps Toward an Organizational Theory 12: Victor H. Vroom: On the Origins of Expectancy Theory Part II: Behavior of Organizations 13: Chris Argyris: Double-Loop Learning in Organizations: A Theory of Action Perspective 14: Jay B. Barney: Where Does Inequality Come From? The Personal and Intellectual Roots of Resource-Based Theory 15: Kim Cameron: Organizational Effectiveness: Its Demise and Re-Emergence Through Positive Organizational Scholarship 16: Anne S. Huff: Managerial and Organizational Cognition: Islands of Coherence 17: Henry Mintzberg: Develping Theory About the Development of Theory 18: Ikujiro Nonaka: Managing Organizational Knowledge: Theoretical and Methodological Foundations 19: Karl E. Weick: The Experience of Theorizing: Sensemaking as Topic and Resource Part III: Environmental Contingencies and Organizations 20: R. Edward Freeman: The Development of Stakeholder Theory: An Idiosyncratic Approach 21: Jeffrey Pfeffer: Developing Resouce Dependence Theory: How Theory is Affected by its Environment 22: W. Richard Scott: Institutional Theroy: Contributing to a Theoretical Research Program 23: Oliver E. Williamson: Transaction Cost Economics: The Process of Theory Development 24: Sidney G. Winter: Developing Evolutionary Theory for Economics and Management 25: Lynn Zucker and Michael R. Darby: An Evolutionary Approach to Institutions and Social Construction: Process and Structure Conclusion 26: Ken G. Smith and Michael A. Hitt: Learning How to Develop Theory from the Masters

About the Author

Ken G. Smith is the Dean's Chaired Professor of Business Strategy at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland at College Park. Professor Smith is a former editor of the Academy of Management Review, and has co-authored and edited books on strategy and organizational cooperation. He is currently the President of the Academy of Management. Michael A. Hitt is a Distinguished Professor and holds the Joseph Foster Chair in Business Leadership and the C.W. and Dorothy Conn Chair in New Ventures at Texas A&M University.Professor Hitt has written and edited numerous books and articles, including recently Mergers and Acquisitions: A Guide to Creating Value for Stakeholders (OUP, 2001). Professor Hitt has received awards for his writing and research, including the Distinguished Service Award from the Academy of Management in 2001.

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`Review from previous edition The contributors to this volume are truly "great minds in management"... this volume should be read by all aspiring scholars and is well worth inclusion in management doctoral seminars.' Academy of Management Review `...what the book delivers is two-fold. First it provides the reader with a vista of the current management landscape featuring some of the prominent theories that have evolved in the field. Secondly it provides insights into the process of theory development through original accounts by theory developers. On both scores the book is valuable...I would recommend the book to anyone who is interested in theory building, especially to those who are keen to probe how it is accomplished in an interdisciplinary, applied field such as management.' M@n@gement

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