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Ackroyd, Stephen

Redirections in the Study of Expert Labour

Ackroyd, Stephen - Redirections in the Study of Expert Labour, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Lawyers, Doctors and Business Consultants
Daniel Muzio, Stephen Ackroyd, Jean-François Chanlat

Part I. Developments in the Legal Profession

2. Change in the Legal Profession: Professional Agency and the Legal Labour Process
Daniel Muzio, Stephen Ackroyd

3. Partnership and Professionalism in Global Law Firms: Resurgent Professionalism?
John Flood

4. Developments in the Jurisdictions of In-House Legal Advisors: Researching the Australian Experience
Ashly Pinnington, Yuliani Suseno

Part II. Interpreting Change in Contemporary Medicine

5. Medicine, Nursing and Changing Professional Jurisdictions in the UK
Mike Dent

6. Organization and Subjectivity in the US Medical Profession: Physician Responses to Structural Changes within Advanced Capitalism
Theresa A. Domagalski

7. Community, Market, and Hierarchy in the Evolving Organization of Professional Work: The Case of Medicine
Paul S. Adler, Seok-Woo Kwon

Part III. New Expert Labour: Management Consultancy and Related Occupations

8. From Taylorism as Product to Taylorism as Process: Knowledge-Intensive Firms in a Historical Perspective
Matthias Kipping, Ian Kirkpatrick

9. Knowledge Narratives and Heterogeneity in Management Consultancy and Business Services
Robin Fincham, Timothy Clark, Karen Handley, Andrew Sturdy

10. ‘Give Professionalization a Chance!’ Why Management Consulting May Yet Become a Full Profession
Christopher D. McKenna

11. The New Professionals: Professionalisation and the Struggle for Occupational Control in the Field of Project Management
Damian Hodgson

Keywords: Business and Management, Organization, Knowledge Management, Management

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
286 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230592827
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-54723-4

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