Crirtical Management Studies: Perspectives on Information Systems
Critical Management Study is an increasingly popular specialisation in organisational studies. It looks like a promising area of study, especially for scholars in organisational communication. This book explore the issues and tensions of critical management studies. The book makes a particular contribution to the shape and directions of critical management studies and also comment on the issues for further consideration.
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