Management and Language The Manager as a Practical Author
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This text explores and develops the image of the manager as one who is aware of, and attends to, the way in which language is used in everyday managerial activity.
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Limited
Publication date: 11/25/2002
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Management and Language: The Manager as a Practical Author|
|Setting the Scene|
|Managers as Practical Authors|
|Everyday Conversations for Action|
|Developing and Understanding the Story|
|Using Narrative and Telling Stories|
|Full of Characters|
|Identity and Talk in Practical Authoring|
|Visual Media and the Construction of Meaning|
|Developing the Author's Position|
|The Leader as a Practical Narrator|
|Leadership as the Art of Translating|
|The Logic of Message Design in Organisational Argument|
|Authoring as a Collaborative Process through Communication|
|Rewriting the Script, Rescripting the Author|
|Conversations and the Authoring of Change|
|All in a Knot of One Anothers' Labours|
|Action Learning as Joint Practical Authoring|
|A Critical Conversation Between Author Managers and Management Authors|