'As it elicited many thought provoking moments, before I was halfway through this book I had recommened it to a Masters degree student writing their dissertation (they reported it was fascinating) and used a variety of concepts in sessions (e.g organisational culture / leadership) facilitated in my role as a Staff Development Adviser...I would have no hesitation in endorsing this lively yet solid text to FE and HE students' John Trantom Action Learning: Research & Practice
This is an essential book for making sense of the theme of identity in organizations, the key issues, dimensions and approaches, as well as how to do research on it. It is essencial for a global overview at undergraduate level, and for more detailed explorations at masters level.
Nice and well-written text. Not 100% relevant to my module.
Is is too much detailed on specify subjects for our aims.
It is very well written and rich in its perspectives.
Will be adopted as supplemental reading for the new second year marketing course being launched next year
A brilliant book that focuses on issues relating to identity within an organisational context. Well written and extremely informative!
A brilliant book that focuses on issues relating to identity. Well written and extremely informative!
Excellent and thorough analysis of key aspects of identity theory in general and perspective on identity in particular.
This is a fantastic book, offering a comprehensive overview of identity and organizations. A pleasure to read, with effective signposting to other sources. The book covers the key thinkers, issues and concepts and, unlike some texts, it looks to the future directions of this field.
This is a very strong book to support the significant topic of identity in the wider subject of organisaitonal behaviour. Very useful for assigned essay work and student research in this area.
Very interesting and accessible. Covers all the main areas well with up to date literature. Good for undergraduates
This is a brilliant book. One of the best I have read.
Fantastic book, but lacks some aspects I need in teaching.
This text gives new insight into the nature of organisational identity. It brings together in a very interesting way the many ways of thinking about organisations. The powerful impact of organisational culture on the members is very well explained.
Will add it as recommended reading to MBA Class
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