Journal of Management History (Archive): Volume 2 Issue 4


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The promises of managerial revolution theory

Omid Nodoushani

Posits that since the New Deal era, 1933‐1940, the theory of managerial revolution has sparked tremendous debate concerning the governance of the USA’s large corporations. Argues…


A historical perspective of the impact of feedback on behaviour

Diane F. Baker, M. Ronald Buckley

Notes that during the past 100 years, a significant amount of social science research has attempted to elucidate the relationship between feedback and behaviour. Research designs…


The disinheritance of management ethics: rational individualism in Barnard’s The Functions of the Executive

Steven P. Feldman

Refers to Chester Barnard’s classic work in management theory, The Functions of the Executive, which includes one of the first systematic discussions of management ethics, and is…


Manager, political activist, labour leader, statesman: all in one lifetime

Kenneth A. Kovach

Traces the career of the remarkable Asa Philip Randolph, who was many things to many people. He was a tireless crusader for African‐American rights, a strategic manager and…




Online date, start – end:

1995 – 2000

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Emerald Publishing Limited

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Management Decision