Fallibilism and Organizational Research
- Who Gets Power -- And How They Hold on to It. Salancik, Gerald R.; Pfeffer, Jeffrey // Organizational Dynamics;Winter77, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p3
Examines the impact of power on an organization. Significance of power for success; Implication of institutionalization for the administration of power; Effect of political power on the economy.
- Collaborations: do your research! Wallace, Gordon // Chemistry in Australia;Apr2013, p32
The article offers information on the need for organizations or individuals to be able to build an effective collaborative resarch activities in order to sustain a competitive position and to have a successful career. It cites several considerations in finding the right collaborative research...
- One Person Organizations as a Resource For Researchers and Practitioners. Katz, Jerome A. // American Journal of Small Business;Winter84, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p24
The one person organization has been neglected in much of organizational research. This has occurred despite the one person organization's ubiquity and importance to organizational theory and the workforce. Prior admonishments about the uniqueness of such firms have gone largely unheeded, and...
- The Evolution of the Management Sciences: A Report on the 1988 Survey of TIMS Membership. King, William R.; Grover, Varun; Nelson, Anthony // Interfaces;Nov/Dec89, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p10
This article discusses about the evolution in the field of management science as evidenced by the changing profile and habits of The Institute of Management Sciences' (TIMS) members. This paper assess the current status of the field and the organization, also, it evaluates the changes in...
- Corporate Reputation and Scientific Reputation:The Mysterious Case of Girard and Agassiz. Middleton, Stuart; Hanson, Dallas // Corporate Reputation Review;Summer2003, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p147
Argues that the construction of reputation in the scientific sphere can prove illustrative for the study of corporate reputation. Background on the case of two individuals in science and its implication on organizational research about corporate reputations; Lessons for academics and business.
- Abstracts. // Administrative Science Quarterly;Dec56, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p404
The article presents a collection of abstracts about administrative science, including a study about absentee-owned corporations and community power structure, a discussion of business leadership in the Southern U.S., and a paper on the concentration of economic power and the economic elite in...
- Metodologia Qualitativa e Quantitativa nos Estudos em Administra��o e Organiza��es: li��es da hist�ria da Ci�ncia. De Benedicto, Samuel Carvalho; De Benedicto, Gideon Carvalho; Stieg, Carlos Maciel; de Andrade, Gustavo Henrique Nogueira // Revista de Ci�ncias da Administra��o;May2011, Vol. 13 Issue 30, p39
This work of theoretical nature investigates the contributions of the history of science to the production of scientific knowledge in the field of management and organizational studies. It was found in the study that the theories concerning the management and organizational studies are fallible...
- WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT USING SURVEYS. Aiman-Smith, Lynda; Markham, Stephen K. // Research Technology Management;May/Jun2004, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p12
Presents advice on developing and administering surveys. Guidelines for organizational research; Effect of the quality of survey questions on the quality and quantity of responses; Tips for conducting pilot tests and random sampling.
- UK management development lags behind Europe. // Management Services;Jul2004, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p9
The Chartered Management Institute, University of London and the Department of Trade and Industry have launched a two-year study looking at management development across Europe. The study demonstrated that of the seven countries examined, only Romania spends less per capita on development than...