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Research Handbook of Responsible Management

Edited by Oliver Laasch, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK, Dima Jamali, American University of Beirut, Lebanon, R. Edward Freeman, Elis and Signe Olsson Professor of Business Administration, The Darden School, University of Virginia, US and Roy Suddaby, University of Victoria, Canada
Outlining origins of the field and latest research trends, this Research Handbook offers a unique and cutting-edge take on the numerous avenues to responsible management in the 21st century. Renowned contributors present iconic viewpoints that have formed the foundation of responsible management research, introducing cutting-edge conceptual lenses for the study of the responsible management process.
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Publication Date: May 2020
ISBN: 978 1 78897 195 9
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  • Business and Management
  • Business Ethics and Trust
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Management and Sustainability
  • Management Education
  • Organisational Innovation
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  • Innovation and Technology
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Outlining both historical foundations and the latest research trends, this Research Handbook offers a unique and cutting-edge overview of the numerous avenues to responsible management.

Opening with a conceptual mapping of the field, thought leaders such as Henry Mintzberg and Archie Carroll present foundational and controversial views. Frameworks such as sustainability management, responsible leadership, humanistic and biomimetic management are introduced. Glocal approaches include responsible management with Chinese characteristics, West African Yoruba, and American Pragmatism. Exploring frameworks for the responsible management process, such as theories of practice, and for responsible management learning and innovation, readers are introduced to key methods responsible management research, such as participatory action research.

Groundbreaking in scope and depth, this Handbook caters to the responsible management research community, particularly to the Academy of Management and to United Nations PRME signatory business schools. Policymakers and practitioners will benefit from its insight into the latest advances in responsible management research.
'This Research Handbook includes the “who’s who” of responsible management, from the most established senior scholars who have shaped the field to the new emerging voices who will shape the future of the field. This Research Handbook is a critical resource for any serious scholar in responsible management.'
– Tima Bansal, Ivey Business School, Canada

‘We have, at long last, entered a period of transformation with regard to capitalism and the role of business in society. The age of shareholder primacy is coming to a close. During such turbulent times, it helps to have a roadmap to help us navigate our way to the future. This Research Handbook of Responsible Management provides the intellectual guide needed.’
– Stuart L. Hart, University of Vermont, US, author of Capitalism at the Crossroads

‘Management has made the world that we live in. The world that we live in could now be destroyed by management. Massive inequalities, a sense that the elites are failing the people and a very real climate emergency have been caused by contemporary forms of organization. Now, more than ever, we need to rethink management, and this book makes a real contribution to that project.’
– Martin Parker, University of Bristol, UK
Contributors include: N.J. Adler, S. Almeida, O. Andrianova, E. Antonacopoulou, J.M. Bartunek, M. Beckmann, A.J. Beveridge, L. Bizzi, V. Blok, N. Bocken, L. Carollo, A.B. Carrol, R. Colbourne, M. Constantinescu, F. Cooren, S. Dmitrieva, S. Dmytrev, R.E. Freeman, P. Fu, M. Gentile, S. Gherardi, L. Godwin, J.F.S. Gomes, M. Guerci, T. Hahn, E. Iñigo, D. Jamali, H. Jiang, D.A. Jones, M. Kaptein, S. Kennedy, D. King, N. Kuriyama, O. Laasch, C. Land, N.E. Landrum, K. Langmead, T.B. Long, S. Looser, J. Mair, M. Manidis, T.M.G. Marques, L. McCarthy, T. Mead, D. Melé, S. Mena, J.P. Mika, H. Mintzberg, N. Nguyen, O. Ogechi, W. Ocasio, K. Ogunyemi, E. Osagie, T. Padan, S. Parker, I. Pavez, M. Pirson, O.M. Price, S. Pulcher, Q. Qu, M. Racz, N. Radoynovska, A. Rasche, H. Rintamäki, D.E. Rupp, A. Strati, C. Stutz, R. Suddaby, C. Tams, S. Tams, H. Trittin, C. Van der Byl, E. van Mil, R. van Tulder, S. Waddock, R. Wesselink, C.R. Willness, B. Yang, I. Yi Ren

Contents:

A. Setting The Stage
1. Mapping The Field Of Responsible Management: Domains, Spheres, Themes, And Future Research
Oliver Laasch, Roy Suddaby, R. Edward Freeman, Dima Jamali

2. Can Management Ever Be Responsible? Alternative Organizing And The Irresponsibilities Of Management
Kiri Langmead, Chris Land, Daniel King

3. What ‘Are’ Responsible Management? A Conceptual Potluck
Archie B. Carroll, Nancy J. Adler, Henry Mintzberg, François Cooren, Roy Suddaby, R. Edward Freeman, Oliver Laasch

B. Iconic Views
4. Mintzberg On (Ir)Responsible Management
Henry Mintzberg, Oliver Laasch

5. From Managerial Responsibility To CSR And Back To Responsible Management
Archie B. Carroll, Oliver Laasch

6. Responsible Management As Re-Enchantment And Retrovation
Roy Suddaby, Oliver Laasch

7. Responsible Leadership And Management: Key Distinctions And Shared Concerns
Nancy J. Adler, Oliver Laasch

8. From ‘Management Sucks’ To ‘Responsible Management Rocks!’
R. Edward Freeman, Oliver Laasch

C. Management Frameworks
9. Sustainability Management
Markus Beckmann, Stefan Schaltegger, Nancy E. Landrum

10. Responsible Leadership And/Versus Responsible Management
Tânia Marques, Jorge Gomes

11. Ethics Management And Ethical Management: Mapping Criteria And Interventions To Support Responsible Management Practice
Mihaela Constantinescu, Muel Kaptein

12. Responsible Governance: Broadening The Corporate Governance Discourse To Include Positive Duties And Collective Actio
Rob Van Tulder And Eveline Van Mil

13. Humanistic Management As Integrally Responsible Management?
Michael Pirson

14. Bioinspiration As A Guide For Responsible Management
Taryn Mead, Nancy Landrum

D. Glocal And Spiritual Perspectives
15. The United Nations Global Compact And The Sustainable Development Goals
Andreas Rasche

16. The Multinational Perspective On Responsible Management: Managing Risk-Responsibility Trade-Offs Across Borders
Rob Van Tulder

17. Indigenous Responsible Management
Jason Mika, Shamika Almeida, Rick Colbourne

18. Islamic Perspective Of Responsible Management
Yusuf Sidani

19. Catholic Social Teaching And Responsible Management
Domènec Melé

20. Responsible Management With Chinese Characteristics
Pingping Fu, Qing Qu, Bo Yang, Huihua Jiang

21. The Japanese Perspective On Responsible Management
Naoki Kuriyama

22. Responsible Managers For The Common Good: African (Igbo And Yoruba) Perspectives On Responsible Management
Kemi Ogunyemi, Ogechi Obiorah

23. “Honorable Merchant” And “Handshake Quality”: Interpretations Of Individually Responsible Leadership
Stéphanie Looser, Joachim Schwalbach

24. American Pragmatism And Responsible Management: The Role Of John Dewey
Svetlana Dmitrieva, R. Edward Freeman, Sergiyi D. Dmytrev

E. Conceptualizing Process And Practices
25. Corporate Social Responsibility At The Individual Level Of Analysis: Research Findings That Inform Responsible Management "In The Wild", Chelsea R. Willness, David A. Jones, Nicole Strah, Deborah E. Rupp

26. Enacting Responsible Management: A Practice-Based Perspective
Oriana Milani Price, Silvia Gherardi, Marie Manidis

27. Beauty Of Responsible Management: The Lens And Methodology Of Organizational Aesthetics
Antonio Strati

28. The Emerging Logic Of Responsible Management: Institutional Pluralism, Leadership, And Strategizing
Nevena Radoynovska, William Ocasio, Oliver Laasch

29. Responsible Management Of Sustainability Tensions: A Paradoxical Approach To Grand Challenges
Connie Van Der Byl, Natalie Slawinski, Tobias Hahn

30. Consensus Vs. Dissensus: The Communicative Constitution Of Responsible Management
Dennis Schoeneborn, Hannah Trittin, François Cooren

31. Managing The Past Responsibly: A Collective Memory Perspective On Responsibility, Sustainability, And Ethics
Sébastien Mena , Jukka Rintamäki

F. Learning And Development
32. Responsible Managers' Workplace Learning
Olga Andrianova, Elena Antonacopoulou

33. Responsible Management Unlearning
Tali Padan, Nhien Nguyen

34. Differentiating Csr Managers' Roles And Competences: Taking Conflicts As A Starting Point
Renate Wesselink, Eghe R. Osagie

35. Giving Voice To Values: Responsible Management As Facilitation Of Ethical Voice
Carsten Tams, Mary C. Gentile

36. A Strength-Based Approach To Responsible Management: Professional Moral Courage And Moral Competency
Leslie E. Sekerka

37. The Dynamics Of Responsible Careers And Their Impact On Societal Issues: A Conceptual Framework
Svenja Tams

G. Innovation And Change
38. Responsible Job Crafting
Lorenzo Bizzi

39. Whistleblowing As A Crucial Practice For Responsible Management
Luca Carollo, Simone Pulcher, Marco Guerci

40. Responsible Management Of Innovation In Business
Thomas B. Long, Edurne Iñigo, Vincent Blok

41. Social Innovation: Specifying Pathways For Impact
Christian Seelos And Johanna Mair

42. Innovating Business Models For Sustainability: An Essential Practice For Responsible Managers
Steve Kennedy, Nancy Bocken

43. Institutional Work And (Ir)Responsible Management
Lauren Mccarthy, Sébastien Mena

44. Memes, Transformational Change, And Responsible Leadership
Sandra Waddock

H. Engaged Research
45. Critically Responsible Management: Agonistic Answers To Antagonistic Questions
Simon Parker, Marton Racz

46. Realizing The Critical Performative Potential Of Responsible Organizational Research Through Participant Action Research
Kiri Langmead, Daniel King

47. Inquirng Into Change And Innovation For Greater Responsibility Through An Appreciative Inquiry Lens
Alim J. Beveridge, Lindsey Godwin, Ignacio Pavez

48. Creating Standards For Responsible Translation Of Management Research For Practitioners
Isabelle Yi Ren, Jean M. Bartunek

49. Using The Past Responsibly: What Responsible Managers And Management Academics Can Learn From Historians' Professional Ethics
Christian Stutz, Judith Schrempf-Stirling

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