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Are management theories just fads?
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In recent years, the academic interest in management fads can be illustrated by a growing body of literature from authors such as Abrahamson (1996, 1999) Carson et al (1999, 2000), Spell (1999), Ettorre (1997), Staw and Epstein (2000) and Gibson and Tesone (2001). Nor is this interest limited to academics. Popular press books on the subject include Sixty Trends in Sixty Minutes (2002), Management Fads and Buzzwords: Critical-Practical Perspectives (2000), Facing Up to Management Faddism: A New Look at an Old Force (2001), Managing Quality Fads: How American Business Learned to Play the Quality Game (1999), and the ever ...
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