Dawn Norris’s Review of “Management Motifs by Scott Grills and Robert Prus” #sssi #organization #management

In their latest book entitled ‘Management Motifs: An Interactionist Approach for the Study of Organizational Interchange”, Scott Grills and Robert Prus make an important contribution to management and organizational research in symbolic interaction. With their book they address the long negligence in symbolic interactionist research in this area pointed out by Patrick McGinty.

We have just published Dawn Norris‘s review of “Management Motifs” by Scott Grills and Robert Prus on Early View of Symbolic Interaction. The review describes the book as a “gem” that is likely to spur rich new discoveries and theories about management”.

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