Edited by Barbara Czarniawska
Chapter 15: Towards an alternative Business School: a School of Organizing
It is a truth not often enough repeated that when someone announces what they think should be the case, we should all be suspicious.When that someone is a supposedly eminent professor who has been asked to lay out a research agenda for management and organization studies, aimed at younger scholars who are seen in need of such direction, we should be even more suspicious. Indeed, if I were you, I would ignore everything that follows. You don’t need this patronizing crap. Yet what’s the alternative? That is to say, what is the alternative to paying attention to the chapter that follows which tries to sell a new kind of Business School, a School of Organizing?
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