Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
His main research concerns Power, Epistemology, Social science, Knowledge management and Public relations. His Power study incorporates themes from Identity, Field, Politics and Law and economics. His Epistemology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Reflexivity and Organizational theory.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Argument, Relation, Cartesianism and Engineering ethics in addition to Social science. His Argument research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Modernity and Sovereign power. His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Discipline, Megaproject, Agency, Negotiation and Legitimacy.
Stewart Clegg mainly investigates Power, Epistemology, Social science, Public relations and Politics. Power is closely attributed to Organization studies in his work. The various areas that Stewart Clegg examines in his Epistemology study include Social psychology, Process and Organizational theory.
His study in Context extends to Public relations with its themes. His research on Politics frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Political economy.
Stewart Clegg focuses on Epistemology, Public relations, Power, Knowledge management and Organizational theory. Epistemology and Creativity are frequently intertwined in his study. His Public relations research includes elements of Project team, Megaproject, Corporate governance, Business studies and Risk management.
Power and Perspective are two areas of study in which Stewart Clegg engages in interdisciplinary research. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Stakeholder and Social sustainability. Stewart Clegg has included themes like Social science, Institutional theory, Media studies, Cross-cultural and Organizational culture in his Organizational theory study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Epistemology, Megaproject, Public relations, Process management and Organizational theory. His work carried out in the field of Epistemology brings together such families of science as Social science and Organizational conflict. The concepts of his Social science study are interwoven with issues in Organization studies, Network dynamics, Narrative and Articulation.
His work deals with themes such as Classics, Field, Power and Prospectus, which intersect with Megaproject. The subject of his Power research is within the realm of Law. His Public relations research incorporates elements of Corporate governance, Nursing ethics, Meta-ethics, Organizational architecture and Business studies.
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Frameworks of power
Modern Organizations: Organization Studies in the Postmodern World
Stewart R. Clegg.
Handbook of Organization Studies
Larry Hubbell;Stewart R. Clegg;Cynthia Hardy;Walter R. Nord.
Public Productivity & Management Review (1997)
Power and Organizations
Stewart R. Clegg;David Courpasson;Nelson Phillips.
Organization, class and control
Eve Spangler;Stewart Clegg;David Dunkerley.
Managing and Organizations: An Introduction to Theory and Practice
Stewart R. Clegg;Martin Kornberger;Tyrone S. Pitsis.
Some dare call it power
C. Hardy;S.R. Clegg.
Handbook of organization studies (nwe, completely revised second edition) (2006)
Managing public–private megaprojects: Paradoxes, complexity, and project design
A.H. van Marrewijk;S.R. Clegg;T. Pitsis;M.B. Veenswijk.
International Journal of Project Management (2008)
Changing Paradigms: The Transformation of Management Knowledge for the 21st Century
Thomas Clarke;Stewart Clegg.
Management Paradoxes: A Relational View
Stewart R. Clegg;João Vieira da Cunha;Miguel Pina e Cunha.
Human Relations (2002)
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