Issues in Management Research, and the Value of a Psychoanalytic Perspective; A Case Study in Organisational Stress

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Title: Issues in Management Research, and the Value of a Psychoanalytic Perspective; A Case Study in Organisational Stress in a Japanese Multi-National Company
Year: 1999
Authors: James, K., & Huffington, C.
Abstract:

Organisation level strategies for dealing with stress are underdeveloped because it is difficult to make the transition conceptually from individual pathology to organisation systems within the main theoretical paradigms for organisation stress research. This study in a Japanese multi-national company, applies systemic and psychoanalytic theory to gain an in-depth understanding of organisation dynamics and stress. This theoretical framework allows the researchers to make sense of some of the current preoccupations in global organisations with new organisation forms. The study is also considered in relation to current issues in management research.

Keywords: Management Research, Psychoanalytic Perspective, Organisational Stress, Japanese, Multi-National Company
Language: English


Date: 6/15/1999
Location: Toronto, Canada
Name of Event/Conference: 16th Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations
Sponsoring Organization: ISPSO

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Elizabeth Novogratz

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