The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public relations, Multinational corporation, Social science, Knowledge management and Globalization. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Appropriation, Framing, Duty, Cognitive reframing and Public sector. In his study, Publicity, Decentralization, Organizational culture and Teamwork is strongly linked to Product, which falls under the umbrella field of Multinational corporation.
His study explores the link between Social science and topics such as Discursive psychology that cross with problems in Quality and Media studies. The concepts of his Knowledge management study are interwoven with issues in Marketing, Prosperity and Imitation. The Globalization study combines topics in areas such as Best practice, Development economics, Public policy and Presumption.
His primary areas of study are Public relations, Politics, Power, Discourse analysis and Teamwork. Particularly relevant to Sensemaking is his body of work in Public relations. The various areas that Frank Mueller examines in his Sensemaking study include Definition of the situation, Multinational corporation, Ethnomethodology and Framing.
His Discourse analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Legitimacy, Political economy, Accountability, Audit and Conversation analysis. His work deals with themes such as Government, German model, Apprenticeship and Operations management, which intersect with Teamwork. His work is dedicated to discovering how Public sector, Change management are connected with Negotiation and other disciplines.
Frank Mueller spends much of his time researching Discourse analysis, Public relations, Ethnomethodology, Financial crisis and Political economy. His Discourse analysis research incorporates themes from CONTEST, Positive economics and Rhetorical question. Frank Mueller interconnects Knowledge management, Organizational learning, Action research and Politics in the investigation of issues within Public relations.
His Ethnomethodology study also includes
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HUMAN RESOURCES AS STRATEGIC ASSETS: AN EVOLUTIONARY RESOURCE‐BASED THEORY*
Journal of Management Studies (1996)
Societal Effect, Organizational Effect and Globalization
Organization Studies (1994)
The Europeanization of manufacturing and the decentralization of bargaining: multinational management strategies in the European automobile industry
Frank Mueller;John Purcell.
International Journal of Human Resource Management (1992)
Teamworking in its Context(s): Antecedents, Nature and Dimensions
Frank Mueller;Stephen Procter;David Buchanan.
Human Resource Management and the Appropriation-Learning Perspective
Ken Kamoche;Frank Mueller.
Human Relations (1998)
TEAMS BETWEEN HIERARCHY AND COMMITMENT: CHANGE STRATEGIES AND THE ‘INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT’*
Journal of Management Studies (1994)
Bankers in the dock: Moral storytelling in action
Andrea Whittle;Frank Mueller.
Human Relations (2012)
Switching Strategic Perspective: The Reframing of Accounts of Responsibility
John Sillince;Frank Mueller.
Organization Studies (2007)
‘A Rounded Picture is What We Need’: Rhetorical Strategies, Arguments, and the Negotiation of Change in a UK Hospital Trust
Frank Mueller;John Sillince;Charles Harvey;Chris Howorth.
Organization Studies (2004)
Translating Management Ideas: A Discursive Devices Analysis:
Frank Mueller;Andrea Whittle.
Organization Studies (2011)
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