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Professor Hugh Willmott

Professor Hugh Willmott
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hr22@dial.pipex.com

 




Hugh Willmott (The Virtual Market Place? Implications from the Financial Services) is Professor of Organizational Analysis in the Manchester School of Management. He is currently working on a number of projects whose common theme is the changing organization and management of work. In addition to his involvement in the ESRC Virtual Society? Programme, he is currently participating in an ICAEW funded study of strategic reorientation and is shortly to begin a project within the ESRC Future of Work programme. He has published widely in the leading management, accounting and sociology journals. His recent books include Skill and Consent (Routledge, 1992, co-edited), Critical Management Studies (Sage, co-authored), Making Quality Critical (Routledge, 1995, co-edited) and Managing Change, Changing Managers (CIMA, 1995, co-authored). Making Sense of Management : A Critical Introduction (Sage, co-authored) was published in 1996. Management Lives (Sage, co-authored) is to appear in 1999. Hugh has served on the editorial boards of Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization, Organization Studies and Accounting, Organizations and Society. He co-established the Labour Process Conference which has run annually since 1983. He is currently organizing the first Critical Management Studies Conference, to be held in Manchester in 1999.

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