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Author:Martin Blom , Mats Alvesson
Data Source:[J].Scandinavian Journal of Management, 2014, Vol.30 (3), pp.344-357Elsevier
Abstract:Summary(#br)A key aspect of leadership is the followers’ constructions of its value and relevance. Based on two empirical, qualitative case studies, this paper highlights the importance of the ‘demand’ for leadership when leader–follower relationships are established. W...
Author:Martin Blom , Mats Alvesson
Data Source:[J].Scandinavian Journal of Management, 2015, Vol.31 (4), pp.480-492Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper examines the reasons behind the popularity of leadership and leadership studies. We claim that at least part of the answer to why leadership is so celebrated and ubiquitous – in academia as well in society at large – can be found in how the term typic...
Author:Mats Alvesson , Dan Kärreman ...
Data Source:[J].Scandinavian Journal of Management, 2009, Vol.25 (3), pp.253-263Elsevier
Abstract:Summary(#br)Research on management consultancy usually emphasizes the role and perspective of the consultants. Whilst important, consultants are only one element in a dynamic relationship involving both consultants and their clients. In much of the literature, the client is ...
Author:Mats Alvesson , Dan Kärreman
Data Source:[J].Accounting, Organizations and Society, 2004, Vol.29 (3), pp.423-444Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper investigates a variety of forms of management control in a large management consultancy company. The very high level of compliance with corporate objectives among employees is highlighted and singled out as a phenomenon worth exploring. The company exhibit...
Author:Mats Alvesson
Data Source:[J].The Leadership Quarterly, 1996, Vol.7 (4), pp.455-485Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This article reviews and develops the recent critique of empiricist quantitative and qualitative methods in social science in general, and leadership studies, in particular. It argues for an interpretive-reflective approach that fully acknowledges the theory-lad...
Author:Mats Alvesson , Laura Empson
Data Source:[J].Scandinavian Journal of Management, 2007, Vol.24 (1), pp.1-16Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper explores how organizational identity is constructed in four very different management consulting firms. The study suggests four broad dimensions that organizational members refer to in constructing their organizational identity: Knowledge Work, Management ...

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