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  • Simoff, Simeon; Sudweeks, Fay (IGI Global, 2007)
    Virtual teams andtheir leaders are keyplayers in global organizations. Using teams ojworkers dispersed temporally and geographically has changed the way people work in groups and redefined the nature oj teamwork. Emergent ...
  • Clegg, Stewart (Sage, 2012)
    In this paper earlier research by the author (Clegg 1975) is used as an occasion for reflecting more generally on the adequacy of approaches to the study of language and power in organization analysis. Three approaches, ...
  • Dunphy, Dexter; Benn, Suzanne (Routledge, 2013)
    The UN's successive International Panel on Climate Change Reports show the immediacy of the ecological crisis facing the planet (Flannery, 2010). Global climate change is not something that will affect future generations; ...
  • Lyles, Marjorie; Gudergan, Siggi (Sage Publications, 2006)
  • Chen, Shan; Williams, Mary-Anne (IGI Global, 2008)
    Book Chapter on Ontology learning - a review of the main concepts of ontologies and the state of the art in the area of ontology learning from text.
  • Legacy 
    Darcy, Simon; Cashman, Richard (Walla Walla Press, 2008)
    The chapter draws together the research in the book, presents new evidence for legacy in the Sydney Paralympic Games and provides a lead in for future research agendas.
  • Wearing, Stephen; Law, Alan (Routledge, 2013)
    The sociology of tourism encounters a wide range of possible dimensions of analysis of the essentially spatially organized social relationships between 'away' and 'home', Key sociological themes have typically centred ...
  • Veal, Tony (Routledge, 2013)
    Anthony Giddens (1991: 81) has defiued lifestyle as 'a more or less integrated set of practices which an individual embraces, not only because such practices fulfil utilitarian needs, but because they give material form ...
  • Fee, Anthony; Budde-Sung, Amanda (IGI Global, 2011)
    Video is generally seen as a passive, primarily didactic teaching method; an approach at odds with contemporary cross-cultural training which tends to emphasize highly interactive ?experiential? methods. In this chapter ...
  • Anderson, S; Goeree, Jacob; Holt, C (Elsevier, 2008)
  • Cox, Sue; Fox, Stephen (Oxford University Press, 2005)
    Interest in leadership development has grown substantially over the past decade. Organizations increasingly see leadership capability as a source of competitive advantage. However, the UK evidence on the state ofthe ...
  • Agarwal, Renu; Green, Roy; Hall, Richard (Edward Elgar, 2012)
    This chapter critically considers the role of management education in managerial and organizational innovation with a particular emphasis on the way in which business schools in the future might be better able to develop ...
  • Banerjee, Subhabrata; Carter, Chris; Clegg, Stewart (Oxford University Press, 2009)
    THIs chapter discusses some approaches to globalization that contribute to a critical management studies (CMS) agenda. The vast majority of the literature in management and organization theory takes an inveterately ...
  • Cashman, Richard; Horne, John (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)
    This chapter will review legacy~manag('m('nt processes that have emerged in the last decade and comment on their effectiveness. Because legacy-management processes arc still evolving and there remain gaps, loose ends ...
  • Darcy, Simon; Taylor, Tracy (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)
    Olympic sport venues arc the stage upon which Olympic athletes perform and are a critical component for both athletes and spectators at Olympic Games, Venues built or rnodified sp('cifically to host the Olympic Games ...
  • Clegg, Stewart (Oxford University Press, 2003)
  • Frawley, Stephen; Toohey, Kristine; Taylor, Tracy; Zakus, Dwight (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)
    This chapter outlines how the task of managing sport at an Olympic Games has become increasingly more complex as the Games have grown in size as well as becoming more technologically and media interdependent. To provide ...