Academic papers – Management:

 

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14

Why All Managers Must Comprehend The Nature Of The Globalisation Process To Be Effective In Their Jobs

Keywords: Management, globalisation, effectiveness, organisation, global forces

Peter Engholm

2001

13

Can Deception Be Justified In Management And Organisational Research?

Keywords: Deception, Management research, organisations, ethics

Peter Engholm

2001

1

The Controversy Between Modernist and Postmodernist Views of Management Science: Is a Synergy Possible?

Keywords: Modernism, Postmodernism, Management, Social Science, Paradigms, Organisations

Peter Engholm

2001

2

What are the Underlying Assumptions of Rationality and Legitimacy in the Employee Selection Process?

Keywords: Rationality, Legitimacy, Management, Selection, Best practice

Peter Engholm

2001

3

Why It Is Necessary to Link Training and Development Activities to the Achievement of an Organisation’s Business Objectives

Keywords: Training, Development, Australia, Organisation, Objectives, HRM

Peter Engholm

2000

4

Why a Management Style of Control Would Be Ineffective in Swedish Organisations

Keywords: Culture, Management, Control, Sweden, Organisation

Peter Engholm

2000

5

A Discussion of Potential Problems and Opportunities of Staffing a Polish Subsidiary, and Suggestions of the Implementation of an Effective Staffing Strategy

Keywords: Culture, Strategy, IHRM, HRM, Staffing, Poland, Management

Peter Engholm

Veronika Brekk

James Robertson

2000

6

Why Not All Small Business Owners/Managers Are Entrepreneurs

Keywords: SME, Managers, Entrepreneurs, Organisations

Peter Engholm

2000

7

Why Changing Employees’ Behaviours and Attitudes Changes the Organisation’s Culture

Keywords: Culture, Organisation, Change, Behaviour, People, Management, HRM

Peter Engholm

1999

8

The Necessity of Formal Rules in Organisations

Keywords: Rules, Rationality, Legitimacy, People, Management, HRM

Peter Engholm

1999

9

Do Employee Participation, Tradition, Customs and Sentiment Entail Rationality?

Keywords: Rationality, Weber, participation, HRM, empowerment, traditions, customs, sentiment

Peter Engholm

1999

10

Is Employee Participation A Prerequisite For Organisational Performance And Growth In Modern Societies,
Such As Australia?

Keywords: Participation, organisation, performance, HRM, Australia, management

Peter Engholm

1998

11

Is Performance Appraisal Simply A Management Technique, Operating Under A Scientific Veneer, To Control Employees By Reinforcing Behavioral Norms It Considers To Be Desirable?

Keywords: Performance appraisal, management, control, HRM

Peter Engholm

1998