Business & management history: including the development of management thought

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  • EDITORIAL ARTICLE

    Professor Derek Pugh: a memorial comment

    Publisher: British Library, The Published: Mar 2015 Following Derek Pugh’s death on 29 January 2015, many leading academics in the UK and abroad have testified to his ...
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    Kurt Lewin's constructive method rule

    Publisher: Tavistock Institute, The Published: May 2013 Aiming for a useful conceptualisation of the problem or challenge facing an organisational client enacts the ...
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    Kurt Lewin's dynamic approach rule

    Publisher: Tavistock Institute, The Published: Nov 2012 The label dynamic approach indicates the necessity of discovering multiple forces at work in any situation. This ...
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    Kurt Lewin's field theory

    Publisher: Tavistock Institute, The Published: Nov 2012 Applying field theory in organisational change and consulting requires an acceptance of its central premise, that ...
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    Kurt Lewin's contemporaneity rule

    Publisher: Tavistock Institute, The Published: Nov 2012 As the basis of action, contemporaneity points to concentrating on elements of the current situation that motivate ...
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    Book review: The history of UK business and manage...

    Publisher: British Library, The Published: Mar 2011 Business Schools have been one of the biggest success stories of UK higher education since the 1950s. This book is a ...
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    Resource highlight: Using the Mass Observation arc...

    Publisher: British Library, The Published: Sep 2010 When I told a colleague that I was collecting data in an archive, he was impressed - 'sounds like proper research', ...
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    The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations

    Published: Aug 2010 The Tavistock Institute is a not-for-profit multi-disciplinary social science organisation which offers ...
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