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The Work of ManagersTowards a Practice Theory of Management$
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Stefan Tengblad

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199639724

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199639724.001.0001

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Bridging the management theory and practice gap

Bridging the management theory and practice gap

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(p.318) 17 Bridging the management theory and practice gap
Source:
The Work of Managers
Author(s):

Rob B. Briner

Lars Engwall

Tina L. Juillerat

Henry Mintzberg

Frederick P. Morgeson

Michael G. Pratt

Stefan Tengblad

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199639724.003.0017

Seven management researchers, who participated in a plenary session at the Academy of Management 2009 Annual Meeting in Chicago, present their views on how to renew methodological approaches in management theory and on how to deal with the persistent divide between management theory and practice. Each researcher – Rob B. Briner, Lars Engwall, Tina L. Juillerat, Henry Mintzberg, Frederick P. Morgeson, Michael G. Pratt, and Stefan Tengbald – contributes an essay to the chapter dealing with such topics as experimental research designs, the use of new research methods, the organization of research collaborations, and researchers’ interactions with managers where the goal is the framing, analysis, presentation, and publication of new and/or improved research.

Keywords:   management theory, management practice, experimental research designs, research methods, research collaborations

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