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List of Figures                                          xi
List of Tables                                           xii
List of Contributors                                     xiii



  Texts and Times: Mapping the Changing Study
  of Work and Organizations                               1
  STEPHEN ACKROYD, ROSEMARY BATT, PAUL THOMPSON,
  AND PAMELA TOLBERT


PART I WORK, TECHNOLOGY, AND THE DIVISION OF LABOR


  Introduction                                           19
  ROSEMARY BATT

1. Labor Markets and Flexibility                          31
  JILL RUBERY

2. Organizations and the Intersection of Work and Family:
   A Comparative Perspective                              52
   EILEEN APPELBAUM, THOMAS BAILEY, PETER BERG,
   AND ARNE KALLEBERG

3. Gender, Race, and the Restructuring of Work: Organizational
   and Institutional Perspectives                        74
   LESLIE MCCALL




4. Skill Formation Systems                                 95
   COLIN CROUCH

5. Technology and the Transformation of Work             115
   RICHARD JOHN BADHAM

6. Groups, Teams, and the Division of Labor: Interdisciplinary
   Perspectives on the Organization of Work               138
   ROSEMARY BATT AND VIRGINIA DOELLGAST

PART II MANAGERIAL REGIMES AND EMPLOYEE ACTIONS


   Introduction                                           165
   PAUL THOMPSON

7. The Diffusion and Domestication of Managerial Innovations:
   The Spread of Scientific Management, Quality Circles, and
   TQM between the United States and Japan                177
   DAVID STRANG AND YOUNG-MI KIM

8. Managers, Markets, and Ideologies: Design and
   Devotion Revisited                                     200
   GIDEON KUNDA AND GALIT AILON-SOUDAY

9. Human Resource Management                             220
   KAREN LEGGE

10. Knowledge Management                                  242
   ALAN MCKINLAY

11. Industrial Relations and Work                          263
   HARRY KATZ

12. Labor Movements and Mobilization                      283
    JOHN KELLY





13. Resistance, Misbehavior, and Dissent               305
   DAVID COLLINSON AND STEPHEN ACKROYD

PART III OCCUPATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS

   Introduction                                        329
   PAMELA S. TOLBERT

14. Manual Workers: Conflict and Control               338
   LAURIE GRAHAM

15. Service Workers in Search of Decent Work           356
   STEPHEN J. FRENKEL

16. What We Know (and Mostly Don't Know)
   about Technical Work                                376
   STEPHEN R. BARLEY

17. The Changing Nature of Professional Organizations  404
   C. R. HININGS

18. Ports and Ladders: The Nature and Relevance of Internal
   Labor Markets in a Changing World                   425
   PAUL OSTERMAN AND M. DIANE BURTON

PART IV ORGANIZING AND ORGANIZATIONS


   Introduction                                        449
   STEPHEN ACKROYD

19. Organizations and Organized Systems: From Direct
   Control to Flexibility                              462
   STEPHEN PROCTER




20. Post-Bureaucracy?                                        485
    MATS ALVESSON AND PAUL THOMPSON

21. Interfirm Relations as Networks                          508
   GRAHAME THOMPSON

22. Changes in the Organization of Public Services and
    their Effects on Employment Relations                    530
    ROBERT HEBDON AND IAN KIRKPATRICK

23. Understanding Multinational Corporations                 554
    GLENN MORGAN

24. Corporate Restructuring                                  577
   WILLIAM LAZONICK

25. Beyond Convergence and Divergence: Explaining
    Variations in Organizational Practices and Forms         602
    CHRIS SMITH


Index                                                        626





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Labor, Organization