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Mats Alvesson

This authoritative research review presents seminal papers from leading academics on the evolving field of management studies. It encompasses sections on organization theory, organizational culture and behaviour as well as management specialisms. Professor Alvesson has selected key papers to reflect the scholarly debates and pivotal arguments surrounding the development of this field of study.
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Mats Alvesson and André Spicer

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Mats Alvesson and Stefan Sveningsson

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Dan Kärreman and Mats Alvesson

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Stefan Sveningsson and Mats Alvesson

This chapter critically discusses the currently celebrated and seemingly successful trend of global leadership. We claim that part of the answer to why global leadership has become so successful lies in how it is framed and presented as an all-embracing and intuitively good discourse closely aligned with the traditional leader-centered view on leadership in general. While this makes the discourse of global leadership appealing and seductive it also maintains what the chapter suggests to be classic managerialism – emphasis on the manager as the central hub of which everything else in organizations revolves – inherent in much general leadership research. The chapter aims at problematizing this orientation and demystifying global leadership by conceptualizing much of it as an ideological project. In contrast to this the chapter offers a more practice-oriented view on global leadership that includes a much stronger focus on relations, interactions and processes. The latter also suggests that leadership is a socially constructive influencing process involving meaning, ideas, values and feelings.