Talk:Gareth Morgan (author)

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Listing of articles[edit]

Gareth Morgan and K. V. Peasnell. "Human Asset Accounting", Accountants Weekly, 3: 138 43, 1975...

Further comment[edit]

I have moved the above full listing of articles to this talk page. -- Mdd (talk) 18:19, 14 February 2013 (UTC)

Now I have trimmed the above section because the whole section seems to be copy/paste from, the listing of articles from the Gareth Morgan website (which is copyrighted in 2012). --

Best known books[edit]

The lead of this article can list some of the most popular books. Now I started with listing Images of Organization and on Aug 12, 2012 Authormorgan added two more (see here). In order to determine which one to keep mentioning, I checked the citation-index in of his publications:

  • 1979. Sociological Paradigms and Organizational Analysis - 6859
  • 1983 (ed.) Organizational Symbolism - 225
  • 1983 (ed.) Beyond Method: Strategies for Social Research - 664
  • 1986. Images of Organization - 11188
  • 1988. Riding the Waves of Change - 387
  • 1989. Creative Organization Theory: A Resourcebook - 333
  • 1989. Teaching Organization Theory: An Instructor's Manual - 3
  • 1991. Beyond the Glitterspeak: Creating Genuine Collaboration In Our Schools - 7
  • 1993. Imaginization: New Mindsets for Seeing, Organizing and Managing, Riding the Waves of Change and other books on management. - 163

It seems clear to mention two books. -- Mdd (talk) 23:17, 14 February 2013 (UTC)

The opportunist party[edit]

He has launched a new political party, from 2017 or 2016, called The Opportunist Party. The party has a homepage... --Mats33 (talk) 00:45, 19 March 2017 (UTC)