Organisational Control in University Management: A Multiparadigm Approach

Eneli Kindsiko
University of Tartu, Estonia


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Product Details
Format:
Paperback
ISBN:
9781787566743
Published:
29 May 2018
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
248 pages - 129 x 198mm
Series:
Emerald Points
Organisational Control in University Management: A Multiparadigm Approach focuses on significant reform and change in large organisations. The book takes as its primary focus the example of management reform at the University of Tartu, Estonia, foregrounding the complexity of change and reform of the management structures at a HE institution. Eneli Kindsiko presents findings that illuminate issues of organisational control in broader institutional contexts, exploring a wide-ranging set of theoretical and practical implications for many institutional sectors in the organisation studies field. The book presents a thorough overview of literature on organisational control, an in-depth methodological approach (with the study building on three core research paradigms: modernist, symbolic and postmodern), and a conceptual framework for addressing the complexities of organisational control in large institutions.

Introduction 
Chapter 1. Multiparadigm Review of Organisational Control: Drawing an Elephant 
Chapter 2. Change Management in Universities: Deciding over an Elephant 
Chapter 3. Metaparadigm Theory Building: Seeing an Elephant 
Conclusion 
References 
Appendices
Eneli Kindsiko is a Research Fellow and Lecturer at the School of Economics and Business Administration, University of Tartu, Estonia. She holds a BA in Philosophy and a double MA in Philosophy and Economics. She received her PhD in Economics and Business Administration in 2014 from the University of Tartu, and the milestones of her thesis were established during her stay as a Visiting Doctoral Student at the Manchester Business School, UK. She has participated in many international research projects, covering the topics of entrepreneurship in gentrified areas, learning culture, and research careers.

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