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1. Into the Heart of Darkness: A Short Theoretical Journey.

2. The Black Ships: The Historical Development of British Management.

3. Mimetic Pyrophobes: What are Managers, What do Managers do, and Why do they do What they do?.

4. From Silent Monitors: The Long and Relatively Unhappy Life of Managing Appraisals.

5. Reengineering Utopia: Managing Radical Change.

6. The Alchemy of Leadership.

7. The Culture of Management and the Management of Culture.

8. Managing Gender Inequality through Technology.

9. Fatalism, Freewill and Control: An Index of Possibilities.

10. Reflections.



About the Author

Keith Grint is a lecturer in Management Studies and Fellow in Organizational Behaviour at Templeton College, Oxford.


"This is a wonderfully refreshing and stimulating book - and there aren't many books about management that can be described in these terms!" Graeme Salaman, Open University

"The thoughtful reader will learn a great deal." Work, Employment and Society

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