Rhythms of Academic Life (häftad)
Häftad (Paperback)
Antal sidor
SAGE Publications, Inc
Taylor, M . Susan
black & white illustrations
246 x 190 x 30 mm
920 g
Antal komponenter
xvi, 518 p ;
Rhythms of Academic Life (häftad)

Rhythms of Academic Life

Personal Accounts of Careers in Academia

Häftad Engelska, 1996-09-01
Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.
Finns även som
  • Skickas inom 11-20 vardagar (specialorder)
Visa alla 1 format & utgåvor
This invaluable source book offers guidance, support and advice for those contemplating or involved in academic careers. The contributions provide rich, personal, sometimes poignant and often humorous accounts of shared and unique experiences of those in the world of academia.
Visa hela texten

Passar bra ihop

  1. Rhythms of Academic Life
  2. +
  3. Talking about Organization Science

De som köpt den här boken har ofta också köpt Talking about Organization Science av Peter J Frost (häftad).

Köp båda 2 för 1858 kr


Har du läst boken? Sätt ditt betyg »

Bloggat om Rhythms of Academic Life

Övrig information

Dr. Susan Taylor is Smith Chair of Human Resource Management & Organizational Change and Co- Director, Center For Leadership, Innovation, & Technology (CLIC) Robert H. Smith School of Business, the University of Maryland at College Park. She earned her doctorate from Purdue University in I/O Psychology and has also been a visiting faculty member at the Amos Tuck School, Dartmouth College, University of Washington, Seattle, School of Administration at Bocconi University, Milan Italy, and the London Business School.


Introduction PART ONE: CAREER RHYTHMS: FIVE EXEMPLARS Lessons Learned along the Way - Arthur G Bedeian Twelve Suggestions for Optimizing Career Success On Becoming a Scholar - Joan V Gallos One Woman's Journey Rhythms of an Academic's Life - Miriam Erez Crossing Cultural Borders Transitions - Vance F Mitchell Creating a Career - Stewart Clegg in conversation with John M Jermier Observations from outside the Mainstream PART TWO: EARLY RHYTHMS Becoming a Teacher Becoming a Teacher at a Research University - Christina E Shalley On Learning Why I Became a Teacher - John A Miller Research/Teaching Boundaries - Walter R Nord Teaching as an Act of Scholarship - Stella M Nkomo Doing Research and Getting Published Using Programmatic Research to Build a Grounded Theory - Edwin A Locke Developing Programmatic Research - Mats Alvesson The Publishing Process - Susan J Ashford A Struggle for Meaning Getting Published - Kevin R Murphy Revising and Resubmitting - J Keith Murnighan Author Emotions, Editor Roles, and the Value of Dialogue Working with Doctoral Students The Development of Doctoral Students - Larry L Cummings Substantive and Emotional Perspectives Working with Doctoral Students - Susan J Ashford Reflections on Doctoral Work Past and Present Mentoring Relationships - Linn Van Dyne A Comparison of Experiences in Business and Academia Transitions and Turning Points in Faculty-Doctoral Student Relationships - Roderick M Kramer and Joanne Martin Getting Tenure Getting Tenure - Marilyn E Gist Rounding Corners - Toni C King An African-American Female Scholar's Pretenure Experiences Pause Point 1: Integration of Work and Nonwork Lives Thoughts on Integrating Your Work and Personal Life (and the Limits of Advice) - James P Walsh Holding It All Together - Marcy Crary PART THREE: MIDDLE RHYTHMS: TRADITIONAL PATHS Working Collaboratively Working Together - C R Hinings and Royston Greenwood Growing a Personal, Professional Collaboration - Jane E Dutton, Jean M Bartunek and Connie J G Gersick Three Voices Reflecting on Scholarly Career Journeys with International Collaboration - James G (Jerry) Hunt, Arja Ropo and Paivi Eriksson Becoming a Reviewer Becoming a Reviewer - Elaine Romanelli Lessons Somewhat Painfully Learned The Act of Reviewing and Being a Reviewer - Huseyin Leblebici Balls, Strikes, and Collisions on the Base Path - Alan D Meyer Ruminations of a Veteran Reviewer Becoming a Journal Editor Becoming a Journal Editor - Janice M Beyer Work as a Parade of Decision Letters - Robert I Sutton Pleasures and Burdens of Being an Associate Editor at the Administrative Science Quarterly Becoming a Department Chair and an Administrator Alice in Academia - Nancy K Napier The Department Chairman Role from Both Sides of the Mirror Herding Cats Part Deux - Cynthia V Fukami The Hygiene Factor Becoming an Administrator - Allan R Cohen The Education of an Educator Becoming a Full Professor On Becoming a Professor - Ray V Montagno Becoming a Full Professor - Sara L Rynes Pause Point 2: The Overenriched Work Life Dealing with the Overenriched Work Life - Susan E Jackson PART FOUR: MIDDLE RHYTHMS: NONTRADITIONAL PATHS Working as a Consultant Midlife as a Consultant - Philip H Mirvis Working as a Consultant - Mary Ann Von Glinow Academic Imprimatur or Taboo? Developing Innovative Teaching Materials Rhythms of an Academic Life - Robert D Marx Reflections on Championing an Innovation in Academe - David A Whetten The Case of Management Skill Education Working inside the University Breaking Out, inside the University - Judy D Olian WORKING WITH POLICY MAKERS Working with Policy Makers - Paul R Sackett Pause Point 3: Another Look at Integrating Work and Nonwork Lives Confronting the Tensions in an Academic Career - Robert E Quinn, Regina M O'Neill and Gelaye Debebe Professional and Personal Life - Anne Sigismund Huff PART FIVE: RHYTHMS OF RENEWAL Taking a Sabbatical What's Next after 10 Years as Dean? Refl