Items where Department is "Lancaster University Management School > Organisation, Work & Technology" and Year is 1995
Number of items: 11.
Ackroyd, S (1995) From public administration to public sector management: a consideration of public policy in the United Kingdom. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 8 (2). pp. 4-24. ISSN 0951-3558
Ackroyd, S (1995) On the structure and dynamics of some small UK based IT firms. Journal of Management Studies, 32 (2). pp. 141-161. ISSN 0022-2380
Ackroyd, S (1995) Traditional and new management in the NHS hospital service and their effects on nursing. In: Themes and Perspectives in Nursing. Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 337-355.
Blackler, F H M (1995) Knowledge, knowledge work and organizations: an overview and interpretation. Organization Studies, 16 (6). pp. 1021-1046. ISSN 0170-8406
Bloomfield, Brian (1995) Power, Machines, and Social Relations: Delegating to Information Technology in the UK National Health Service. Organization, 2 (3-4). pp. 489-518. ISSN 1350-5084
Bloomfield, Brian and Danieli, Ardha (1995) The Role of Management Consultants in the Development of Information Technology: the Indissoluble Nature of Socio-Political and Technical Skills. Journal of Management Studies, 32 (1). pp. 23-46. ISSN 0022-2380
Bloomfield, Brian and Vurdubakis, Theodore (1995) Disrupted Boundaries: New Reproductive Technologies and the Language of Anxiety and Expectation. Social Studies of Science, 25 (3). pp. 533-551. ISSN 0306-3127
Dale, K (1995) Organisation studies under the knife. In: First Annual Conference of the Centre for Social Theory and Technology: The Labour of Division (Keele University) - 1995. unknown, N/A.
Dale, K (1995) Shapeshifting: re-organising the body. In: Asia Pacific Researchers in Organisation Studies (Mexico) - 1995. unknown, N/A.
Fleetwood, Steve (1995) Hayek’s Political Economy, the Socio Economics of Order. Routledge, London and New York. ISBN 0-415-12909-5
Thompson, P and Ackroyd, S (1995) All quiet on the workplace front? A critique of recent trends in British industrial sociology. Sociology, 29 (4). pp. 615-633. ISSN 0038-0385