Table of contents for Making time : time and management in modern organizations / edited by Richard Whipp, Barbara Adam and Ida Sabelis.

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1. Choreographing Time and Management: Traditions, Developments, and Opportunities, Barbara Adam, Richard Whipp, and Ida Sabelis
Part I: Masking Time, Making Time: Rethinking Basic Assumptions
2. Towards a Theory of Timing: Kairology in Business Networks, Laurids Hedaa and Jan-Ake Tornroos
3. Taking Time Seriously: Organizational Change, Flexibility, and the Present Time in a New Perspective, Christian Noss
4. Now's the Time! Consumption and Time (Space) Disruptions in Postmodern Virtual Worlds, Pamela Odih and David Knights
5. Time and Management as a Morality Tale, or `What's Wrong with Linear Time, Damn It?', Alf Rehn
Part II: Temporal Strategies in a Rapidly Changing World
6. Hidden Causes for Unknown Losses: Time Compression in Management, Ida Sabelis
7. Cooperation Engineered: Efficiency in the 'Just-in-Time' System, Nishimoto Ikuko
8. Hanging on the Telephone: Temporal Flexibility and the Accessible Worker, Emma Bell and Alan Tuckman
9. A New Time Discipline: Managing Virtual Work Environments, Heijin Lee and Jonathan Liebenau
10. The Use of Time by Management and Consumers: An Analysis of the Computer Industry, Paul Sergius Koku
Part III: The Temporal Implications of Alternative Approaches to Management
11. Contested Presents: Critical Perspectives on 'Real Time' Management, Ronald E. Purser
12. The Rhythm of the Organization: Simultaneity, Identity, and Discipline in an Australian Coastal Hotel, Dirk Bunzel
13. Interpretative Times: The Timescapes of Managerial Decision Making, Tom Keenoy, Cliff Oswick, Peter Anthony, David Grant, and Iain Mangham

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Time management.
Industrial management.