Handbook of Organizational and Managerial Innovation by Tyrone S. Pitsis
The contributors present organizational and managerial innovation as a complex concept underpinned by varied ontological and epistemological traditions and disciplines. They reveal that it is something that exists and occurs at multiple levels of analysis, and from multiple zones of experience - the experience of managers, workers, psychologists, philosophers and economists.
This innovative and engaging book will be an essential resource for researchers, practitioners and students alike with an interest in the role of innovation in organizations.
Contributors include: R. Agarwal, J. Bessant, J. Birkinshaw, K. Bjorkeng, C. Boedker, A. Carlsen, H.H. Chiu, S. Clegg, M.P. e Cunha, F. Damanpour, E. Dehlin, R. Green, R. Hall, K. Hydle, E. Josserand, M. Kerrin, R. Lamming, C. Magelssen, M. Mol, R. Northcote, F. Patterson, N. Rapport, A. Rego, J.M. Runnalls, L. Sandelands, G.M.P. Swann, S. Teerikangas, P. Thomas, I.G. Vaccaro, L. Valikangas, F.A.J. Van Den Bosch, F. Villeseche, H.W. Volberda, L. Zibarras