Professor Carl Rhodes

Professor of ManagementCarl Rhodes

Contact details

  • Email: c.rhodes@le.ac.uk
  • Office: Room 210, Level 2, Ken Edwards Building
  • Office hours: By appointment

Personal details

I joined the School of Management in 2012 having formerly worked at Swansea University and the University of Technology, Sydney.

The overarching ethos to my teaching and research is to contribute to the rigorous and critical questioning of what we understand organisations to be about, as well as a reformulation, expansion and democratisation for how we go about understanding them and working in them. This is an ethos that hopes to counter and offer alternatives to tendencies that seek to ossify knowledge and practice into the kind of static normalcy that breeds injustice and complacency.

While my work can be located in a ‘critical’ tradition, it is my goal to perform an affirmative critique that avoids ‘finger pointing’, ‘naysaying’ and ‘wowserism’ in favour of a kind of positive cynicism for the possibilities for more ethically alive ways of working in, and studying, organisations.

I serve as Senior Editor of the journal Organization Studies as well as Associate Editor of Organization and Gender, Work and Organization and am a former Associate Editor of The International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies (Sage, 2008).

I also sit on the editorial boards of The Journal of Change Management, and The Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal.

Research

My work focuses on three different, yet sometimes overlapping areas of inquiry:

    Ethics and politics in organisations

    My interests centre on the vexed relationship between ethics and politics as they relate to the everyday goings on in organisations.

    Key areas of inquiry have been on

    • the meaning of ethics in organizational practice
    • the ways that managerial subjectivity is informed by ethics
    • the ethics of surveillance and resistance in organizations

    My current research in this area works with the ethical and political philosophies of Emmanuel Levinas and Jacques Derrida in order to consider how ethics is translated into politics and justice in organisations.

      Organisations in popular culture

      My work in this area has been devoted to an exploration of the critical representations of work and organisations in popular culture.

      I am interested in the notion of popular critique as it is located in various types of narratives that can be found in the mass media – especially television, popular music and cinema.

      My approach eschews a ‘critique of culture’ in favour of connecting with the ‘critique in culture’ that challenges and undermines the often hubristic and idealistic ways that organisations try to represent themselves.

        Theory and method in organisation studies

        I have a long-standing interest in exploring writing and storytelling as it relates to both organisations and the writing of organisations studies. Informed by the interventions of poststructuralism in organisation studies, my research in this area has explored narrative structures.

          Supervision

          I am interested in supervising PhDs that relate to any areas of the areas of research activity described above.

          My current PhD Students at Leicester are:

          • Nicolas Jaacquemot, Storytelling in Family-Run Companies: Its Role in Shaping Company Culture (2013-present)
          • Matteo Ciccognani , Rethinking Labour Through Cinema: From Pastoral Power To Engineered Culture (2013-present)
          • Julie Pitcher, SMEs and the Competitive Power of CSR (to begin 2014)

          Publications

          Authored books

          Rhodes, C., Vachhani, S. and Wray-Bliss, E. (2015, forthcoming) Business Ethics: A Critical Introduction to Organisational Practice, London: Routledge.

          Rhodes, C., and Westwood, R. (2008) Critical Representations of Work and Organisations in Popular Culture, London: RoutledgeFalmer.

          Chappell, C., Rhodes, C., Solomon, N., Tennant M., and Yates L. (2003) Reconstructing the Lifelong Learner: Pedagogies of Individual, Organisational and Social Change, London: RoutledgeFalmer.

          Rhodes, C. (2001) Writing Organization: (Re)presentation and Control in Narratives at Work, Advances in Organization Studies 7, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

          Edited books

          Pullen, A., and Rhodes, C. Eds. (2014, forthcoming) The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and Organisations, London:  Routledge.

          Rhodes, C. and Lilley, S. (2012)  Organisations and Popular Culture: Information, Representation and Transformation, London; Routledge.

          Pullen, A. and Rhodes, C. Eds. (2009) Bits of Organization, Copenhagen: CBS/Liber.

          Clegg, S.R, Bailey, J. (Eds) Rhodes, C., and Seal. C.R. (Assoc. Eds.) (2008) The International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies (4 Volumes), Thousand Oaks: Sage.

          Westwood, R. and Rhodes, C. Eds. (2007) Humour, Work and Organization, London: RouteldgeFalmer.

          Clegg, S.R. and Rhodes, C. Eds. (2006) Management Ethics – Contemporary Contexts, London: RoutledgeFalmer.

          Garrick, J. and Rhodes, C. Eds. (2000) Research and Knowledge at Work, London: Routledge.

          Special issues of scholarly journals

          Pullen, A., Rhodes, C. and ten Bos, R. (2015, in preparation) ‘Ethics, Embodiment and Organisations’, Organization.

          Höpfl, H., Pullen, A., Rhodes, C. and ten Bos, R. (2014, in preparation) 'Feminine Writing of Organization', Gender, Work and Organization.

          Rhodes, C. and Pullen, A. (2010) ‘Neophilia and Organisations’. Special issue of Culture and Organization, 16(1).

          Rhodes, C and Parker, M. Eds. (2008) ‘Images of Organising in Popular Culture’. Special Issue of Organization, 15(5).

          Scholarly journal articles

          Phillips. M., Pullen, A and Rhodes, C. (2014, in press) 'Writing Organization as Gendered Practice: Interrupting the Libidinal Economy', Organization Studies.

          Pullen, A. and Rhodes, C. (2014, in press) 'Corporeal Ethics and the Politics of Resistance in Organisations', Organization.

          Rhodes, C. and Pullen, A. (2013) ‘Parody, Subversion and the Politics of Gender at Work: The Case of Futurama’s ‘Raging Bender’, Organization, 20(4): 512-533.

          Rhodes, C. and Wray-Bliss, E. (2013) ‘The Ethical Difference of Organization’, Organization, 20(1): 39-50.

          Rhodes, C. (2012) 'Ethics, Alterity and the Rationality of Leadership Justice', Human Relations, 65(10): 1311-1331.

          Rhodes, C. and Harvey, G. (2012) 'Agonism and the Possibilities of Ethics in HRM', Journal of Business Ethics, 111(1): 49-59.

          Rhodes, C. and Pullen, A. (2012) ‘Commercial Gender: Fracturing Masculinity in the Case of OzRock’, Culture and Organization, 18(1): 33-50.

          Rhodes, C. and Bloom, P. (2012) ‘The Cultural Fantasy of Hierarchy: Sovereignty and The Desire For Spiritual Purity’, Research in the Sociology of Organisations, 35: 141-169.

          McMurray, R., Pullen, A. and Rhodes, C. (2011) ‘Ethical Subjectivity and Politics in Organisations: A Case of Health Care Tendering’, Organization, 18(4): 541-561.

          Rhodes, C. and Price, O. (2011) ‘The Post-bureaucratic Parasite: Contrasting Narratives of Organizational Change in Local Government’, Management Learning, 42(3): 241-260.

          Ledema, R. and Rhodes, C. (2010) ‘The Undecided Space of Ethics in Organizational Surveillance’, Organization Studies, 31(2): 199-217.

          Rooney, D., Rhodes, C. and Boud D. (2010) ‘A Community College’s Performance of ‘Organization’: It’s a Drag!’, Studies in the Education of Adults, 42(1): 18-33.

          Rhodes, C., Pullen, A., Vickers, M.H., Clegg, S.R. and Pitsis, A. (2010) ‘Violence and Workplace Bullying: What Are An Organization’s Ethical Responsibilities?’, Administrative Theory and Praxis. 32(1): 96-115.

          Rhodes, C., Pullen, A. and Clegg, S.R. (2010) ‘“If I Should Fall From Grace…”: Stories of Change and Organizational Ethics’, Journal of Business Ethics, 91(4): 535-551.

          Rhodes, C. and Pullen, A. (2010) ‘Neophilia and Organisations’. Culture and Organization, 16(1): 1-6.

          Rhodes, C. (2009) ‘After Reflexivity: Ethics and the Writing of Organization Studies’, Organization Studies, 30(6): 654-672.

          Rhodes, C. (2009) ‘“All I Want to Do is Get That Check and Get Drunk”: Testifying to Resistance in Charles Bukowski’s Factotum’, Journal of Organizational Change Management, 22(4): 386-401.

          Rhodes, C. and Parker, M. (2008) ‘Images of Organising in Popular Culture’. Organisation, 19(5): 627-637.

          Pullen, A. and Rhodes, C. (2008) ‘Dirty Writing’, Culture and Organization, 14(3): 241-259.

          Rhodes, C., Clegg, S.R. and Anandakumar, A., (2008) ‘Ethical Vitality: Identity, Responsibility and Change in an Australian Hospital’, International Journal of Public Administration. 31(9): 1037-1057.

          Pullen, A. and Rhodes, C. (2008) ‘”It’s All About Me!” Gendered Narcissism and Leaders’ Identity Work’, Leadership, 4(1): 5-25.

          Rhodes, C. and Pitsis, A. (2008) ‘Organization and Mimetic Excess: Magic, Critique and Style’, International Studies in Management and Organization. 38(1): 71-91.

          Rhodes, C. (2007) ‘Outside the Gates of Eden: Work and Utopia in Rock Music’, Group and Organization Management. 32(1): 22-49.

          Byers, D. and Rhodes, C. (2007) ‘’Ethics, Alterity and Organizational Justice’, Business Ethics: A European Review, 16(3): 239-250.

          Clegg, S.R., Kornberger, M. and Rhodes, C., (2007) ‘Business Ethics as Practice’, British Journal of Management, 18(2): 107-122.

          • Reprinted as: Clegg, S.R., Kornberger. M, and Rhodes. C, (2012 in press) 'Business Ethics as Practice', A.Crane and D. Matten (Eds.), New Directions in Business Ethics (Volume 2). London Sage.

          Clegg, S.R., Rhodes, C. and Kornberger, M. (2007) ‘Desperately Seeking Legitimacy: Organizational Identity and Emerging Industries, Organization Studies, 28(4): 495-513.

          • Reprinted as: Clegg, S.R., Rhodes. C. and Kornberger, M. (2010) 'Desperately Seeking Legitimacy: Organizational Identity and Emerging Industries', ini Clegg.S.R. (ed) SAGE Directions in Organization Studies (Volume II), pp. 401-420. London: Sage.

          Clegg, S.R., Kornberger, M. and Rhodes, C. (2007) ‘Organizational Ethics, Decision Making, Undecidability’, The Sociological Review, 52(2): 393-409.

          Iedema, R., Rhodes, C. and Scheeres H., (2006) ‘Surveillance, Resistance, Observance: Exploring the Teleo-affective Volatility of Workplace Interaction’, Organization Studies, 27(8): 1111-1130.

          Boje, D.M. and Rhodes, C. (2006) ‘The Leadership Style of Ronald McDonald: Double Narration and Stylistic Lines of Transformation, The Leadership Quarterly. 17(1): 94-103.

          Ibarra-Colado, E., Clegg, S.R., Rhodes, C. and Kornberger, M. (2006) ‘The Ethics of Managerial Subjectivity’, The Journal of Business Ethics, 64: 45-55.

          Clegg, S.R., Kornberger, M., Carter, C. and Rhodes, C., (2006) ‘For Management?’, Management Learning, 37(1): 7-27.

          Scheeres, H. and Rhodes, C. (2006) ‘Between Cultures’, Values, Training and Identity in a Manufacturing Firm’, Journal of Organizational Change Management, 19(2): 223-226.

          Rhodes, C. and Brown, A. (2005), ‘Narrative, Organisations and Research’, International Journal of Management Reviews, 7(3): 167-188.

          Boje, D.M. and Rhodes, C. (2005) ‘The Virtual Leader Construct: The Mass Mediatization and Simulation of Transformational Leadership', Leadership, 1(4): 407-428.

          • Reprinted as: Boje, D. and Rhodes, C. (2009) ‘The Virtual Leader Construct: The Mass Mediaziation and Simulation of Transformational Leadership’, in J. Billsberry (Ed.) Discovering Leadership. pp. 122-138, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

          Rhodes, C. and Brown, A.D (2005) ‘Writing Responsibly: Narrative Fiction and Organization Studies’, Organization, 12(4):  505-529.

          Clegg, S.R. Rhodes, C., Kornberger, M. and Stilin, R. (2005) ‘Business Coaching: Challenges for an Emerging Industry’, Industrial and Commercial Training, 37(6):  218-223.

          Clegg, S.R., Kornberger, M. and Rhodes, C. (2005) ‘Learning/Becoming/ Organising’, Organization, 12(2): 147-167.

          Iedema, R., Rhodes, C. and Scheeres, H. (2005) ‘Presencing Identity: Organizational Change and Immaterial Labor’, Journal of Organizational Change Management, 18(4):  327-337.

          Clegg, S.R., Kornberger, M. and Rhodes, C. (2004) ‘When the Saints Go Marchin’ In’: A Reply to Sturdy, Clark, Fincham and Handley’, Management Learning, 35(3): 341-344.

          Byers, D. and Rhodes, C. (2004) ‘Justice, Identity and Managing With Philosophy’, Ephemera: Critical Dialogues on Organisations, 4(2): 152-164.

          Rhodes, C. and Scheeres, H. (2004) ‘Developing People in Organisations: Working (On) Identity’, Studies in Continuing Education. 26(2): 175-193.

          Clegg, S. R., Kornberger, M. and Rhodes, C. (2004) ‘Noise, Parasites and Translation: Theory and Practice in Management Consulting’, Management Learning, 35(1): 27-40.

          Rhodes, C. (2004) ‘Utopia in Popular Management Writing and the Music of Bruce Springsteen: Do You Believe in the Promised Land?’, Consumption, Markets and Culture. 7(1): 1-20.

          ten Bos, R. and Rhodes, C. (2003) ‘The Game of Exemplarity: Subjectivity, Work and The Impossible Politics of Purity’, Scandinavian Journal of Management, 19(4): 403-423.

          Rhodes, C. and Garrick J. (2003) ‘Project Based Learning and the Limits of Corporate Knowledge’, Journal of Management Education, 27(4): 447-472.

          Rhodes, C. (2002) ‘Coffee and The Business of Pleasure: The Case of Harbucks Vs. Mr. Tweek’, Culture and Organization, 8(4): 293-306.

          • Reprinted as: Rhodes, C. (2012) ‘Coffee and The Business of Pleasure: The Case of Harbucks Vs. Mr. Tweek’, in C. Rhodes and S. Lilley (Eds.) Organisations and Popular Culture: Information, Representation and Transformation, London: Routledge.

          Rhodes, C. and Garrick J. (2002) ‘Economic Metaphors and Working Knowledge: Enter the Cogito-Economic Subject’, Human Resource Development International, 5(1):  87-97.

          Rhodes, C. (2002) ‘Text, Plurality and Organisational Knowledge/I Like to Write About Organisations’, Ephemera: Critical Dialogues on Organisations, 2(2): 98-118.

          Rhodes, C. (2001) ‘D’Oh: The Simpsons, Popular Culture and the Organizational Carnival’, Journal of Management Inquiry. 10(4): 374-383.

          • Reprinted as: Rhodes, C. (2010) ‘D’Oh: The Simpsons, Popular Culture and The Organizational Carnival’, in Clegg. S. R. (ed.) SAGE Directions in Organization Studies (Volume IV), pp. 115-132 .London: Sage.

          Rhodes, C. (2000) ‘Ghostwriting Research: Positioning the Researcher in the Interview Text’, Qualitative Inquiry. 6(4): 511-525.

          • Reprinted as: Rhodes, C. (2003) ‘Ghostwriting Research: Positioning the Researcher in the Interview Text’, in N. Fielding (Ed.) Interviewing, Volume 4, SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Series, pp. 216-230. London: Sage.

          Rhodes, C. (2000) ‘Reading and Writing Organizational Lives’, Organization. 7(1): 7-29.

          Garrick, J. and Rhodes, C. (1998) ‘Deconstructive Organizational Learning: Towards a Postmodern Epistemology of Practice’, Studies in the Education of Adults, 30(2): 172-183.

          Rhodes, C. (1997) ‘The Legitimation of Learning in Organizational Change’, Journal of Organizational Change Management, 10(1): 10-21.

          Rhodes, C. (1997) ‘Playing With Words: Multiple Representations of Organizational Learning Stories’, Electronic Journal of Radical Organization Theory, 3(1).

          Rhodes, C. (1997) ‘Management Communication’, Australian Company Secretary, 49(9): 413-415.

          Rhodes, C. (1996) ‘Postmodernism and the Practice of Human Resource Development in Organisations’, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Vocational Education Research, 4(2): 79-88.

          Rhodes, C. (1996) ‘Researching Organizational Change and Learning: A Narrative Approach’, The Qualitative Report, 2(4).

          Chapters in books and edited collections

          Rhodes, C. (2014, forthcoming)' Management Has No Discipline! Permission Taking and Liberal Education in the MBA Classroom', in T. Beyes, M. Parker and C. Steyaert (Eds.),  The Routledge Companion to the Humanities and Social Sciences in Management Education, London: Routeldge.

          Rhodes, C. (2014, forthcoming) 'Justice', in R. Mir, H. Willmott and M. Greenwood (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to Philosophy in Organization Studies, London: Routledge.

          Bjorkeng, K., Carlsen, A. and Rhodes, C. (2014, in press) 'Between the Saying and the Said: From Self-reflexivity to Other-vulnerability in The Research Process', in F. Cooren, E. Vaara. And A. Langley (Eds.) Perspectives on Process Organization Studies Vol. 4, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

          Rhodes, C. and Lilley, S. (2012) ‘Studying Organisations Through Popular Culture’, in C. Rhodes and S. Lilley (Eds.) Organisations and Popular Culture: Information, Representation and Transformation, pp. 1-15, London; Routledge.

          Rhodes, C. (2012, in press) ‘Justice and the Ethical Quality of Leadership’, in R. By and B. Burnes (Eds.) Organizational Change, Leadership and Ethics: Leading Organisations Toward Sustainability, London: Routledge.

          Rhodes, C. (2012) ‘The Moral of the Story: Ethics, Narrative and Organizational Change’, in D. Boje, B. Burnes and J. Hassard (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to Organizational Change, pp. 506-518. London: Routledge.

          Rhodes, C. (2011) ‘Organizational Justice’, in M. Painter-Morland and R. ten Bos (Eds.) Business Ethics and Continental Philosophy, pp. 141-161. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

          Boje, D., Pullen, A., Rhodes, C. and Rosile, G-A. (2011) ‘The Virtual Leader’, in Bryman, A., Collinson, D., Grint, K., Jackson, B. and Uhl-Bien, M. (Eds.) The Sage Handbook of Leadership, pp. 518-530. London: Sage.

          Rhodes, C. and Pullen, A. (2011) ‘Gender, Work and Organisations in Popular Culture Narratives: Patriarchy, Politics and Parody’, in E. Jeanes, D. Knights and P.Y Martin (Eds.) Handbook of Gender, Work and Organization, pp. 51-64. Oxford: Blackwell/Wiley.

          Rhodes, C. (2011) ‘The Gift of the World: Writing as Openness and Responsibility’, in J. Dutton and A. Carlsen (Eds.) Research Alive: Exploring Generative Moments of Qualitative Research, pp. 190-193. Copenhagen: CBS Press.

          Pullen, A. and Rhodes, C. (2010) ‘Revelation and Masquerade: Gender, Ethics and The Face’, in R. Simpson and P. Lewis (Eds.), Concealing and Revealing Gender, pp. 233-248, Basingstoke, Palgrave.

          Rhodes, C. and Pullen, A. (2009) ‘Narrative and Stories in Organizational Research: An Exploration of Gendered Politics in Research Methodology’, in D. Buchanan and A. Bryman (Eds.) The Sage Handbook of Organizational Research Methods, pp. 583-601. London: Sage.

          Pullen, A. and Rhodes, C. (2009) ‘Borderlines’, in A. Pullen and C. Rhodes (Eds.) Bits of Organization, pp. 9-17, Copenhagen: Liber.

          Rhodes, C. and Kornberger, M. (2009) ‘Writing in the Crowded Margin: Transgression, Postmodernism and Organization Studies’, in A. Pullen and C. Rhodes (Eds.) Bits of Organization, pp. 99-118, Copenhagen: Liber.

          Rhodes, C.  and Pullen, A. (2009) ‘Organizational Moral Responsibility’, in S.R. Clegg and C. Cooper (Eds.) The Sage Handbook of Organizational Behaviour: Macro Approaches, pp. 340-355. London: Sage.

          Rhodes, C., Scheeres, H. and Iedema, R. (2008) ‘Triple Trouble: Undecidability, Identity and Organizational Change’, in C.R. Caldas-Coulthard, and R. Iedema (Eds.) Identity Trouble: Critical Discourse and Contestations of Identification,  pp. 229-249, Basingstoke: Palgrave.

          Rhodes, C., Iedema, R. and Scheeres, H. (2007) ‘Identity, Surveillance and Resistance’, in A. Pullen, D. Sims and N. Beech (Eds.) Researching Identity: Concepts and Methods, pp. 83-99, London: Palgrave.

          Rhodes, C. and Westwood, R. (2007) ‘Letting Knowledge Go: Ethics and the Representation of the Other in the Practice of International and Cross-Cultural Management’, in C. Carter, S.R. Clegg , , M. Kornberger, S. Laske and M. Mesner (Eds.) pp. 68-83, Business Ethics as Practice: Representation, Discourse and Performance, Edward Elgar.

          Rhodes, C. and Pullen, A. (2007) ‘Humour, Work and the Grotesque Body: Mr. Burns and The Simpsons Cartoon Carnival’, in Westwood, R. and Rhodes, C. (Eds.) Humour, Work and Organization, pp. 161-179, London: RouteldgeFalmer.

          Westwood, R. and Rhodes, C. (2007) ‘Humour and the Study of Organizations’ in Westwood, R. and Rhodes, C. (Eds.)  Humour, Work and Organization,  pp. 1-14, London: RouteldgeFalmer.

          Clegg, S.R.. and Rhodes C. (2006) ‘Questioning the Ethics of Management Practice’, in Clegg, S.R. and Rhodes, C. Eds. Management Ethics – Contemporary Contexts, pp. 1-10, London: RoutledgeFalmer.

          Clegg, S.R. and Rhodes, C. (2006) ‘Possible Ethics and Ethical Possibilities’ Clegg, S.R. and Rhodes, C. Eds. Management Ethics – Contemporary Contexts, pp. 172-176, London: RoutledgeFalmer.

          Kornberger, M., Rhodes, C. and ten Bos, R. (2006)  ‘The Others of Hierarchy: Rhizomatics of Organizing’, in M. Fugslang and B. Sorensen (Eds) Gilles Deleuze and the Multiplicity of the Social – Towards a New Social Analytic, pp. 58-74, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

          Czarniawska, B. and Rhodes, C. (2006) ‘Strong Plots: The Relationship Between Popular Culture and Management Theory and Practice’, in P. Gagliardi and B. Czarniawska (Eds.), Management and Humanities. pp. 195-218. Edward Elgar: London.

          Rhodes, C. Rhodes, J. and Rhodes, D. (2005) ‘Jackass’, in C. Jones and D. O’Doherty (Eds.) Organize! Manifestos for the Business School of Tomorrow, Stockholm: Dvalin Press.

          Rhodes, C. (2002) ‘Politics and Popular Culture: Organizational Carnival in the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant', in S.R. Clegg (Ed.) Management and Organisation Paradoxes, pp. 119-138, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

          Rhodes, C. (2002) ‘What Should Business School’s Teach?: Dialogue, Learning and Management Education’, in J. McNiff Action Research in Organisations, pp. 261-264, London and New York: Routledge Falmer.

          Garrick, J. and Rhodes, C. (2000) ‘Legitimizing Knowledge at Work’, in J. Garrick and C. Rhodes (Eds.)  Research and Knowledge at Work: Case Studies and Innovative Strategies, pp.1-12, London: Routledge.

          Rhodes, C. (2000) ‘Doing Knowledge at Work: Dialogue, Monologue and Power in Organizational Learning’, in J. Garrick and C. Rhodes (Eds.) Research and Knowledge at Work: Case Studies and Innovative Strategies,  pp.217-231, London: Routledge.

          Rhodes, C. and Garrick, J. (2000) ‘Inside the Knowledge Works: Reviewing the Terrain’, in J. Garrick and C. Rhodes (Eds.) Research and Knowledge at Work: Case Studies and Innovative Strategies, pp.271-277, London: Routledge, 2000.

          Entries in encyclopaedias and reference works

          Iedema, R. and Rhodes, C. (2011) ‘Surveillance’, in M. Tadajewski, P. Maclaren, E. Parsons and M. Parker (Eds.) Key Concepts in Critical Management Studies, pp. 214-217. London: Sage.

          Rhodes, C. and Wray-Bliss, E. (2011) ‘Reflexivity’, in M. Tadajewski, P. Maclaren, E. Parsons and M. Parker (Eds.) Key Concepts in Critical Management Studies, pp. 202-205. London: Sage.

          Rhodes, C. (2008) ‘Popular Culture’ in Clegg, S.R and Bailey, J. (Eds)  The International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Vol. 4 pp. 1257-1260, Thousand Oaks: Sage.

          Rhodes, C. (2008) ‘Organization Man’, in Clegg, S.R and Bailey, J. (Eds) The International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Vol. 3, pp. 1137-1139, Thousand Oaks: Sage.

          Rhodes, C. (2007) ‘Management Discourse’, in G. Ritzer (Ed.) Encyclopaedia of Sociology Vol. VI, pp. 2722-2725, London: Blackwell.

          Kornberger, M. and Rhodes, C. (2007) ‘Ethics, Business’, in G. Ritzer (Ed.) Encyclopaedia of Sociology Vol. I, pp. 1439-1442, London: Blackwell.

          Book reviews and review essays

          Rhodes, C. (2006) Review of C. Grey and H. Willmott Eds. (2005) Critical Management Studies: A Reader, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 44(3): 590-593.

          Rhodes, C. (2006) Review of C. Jones, M. Parker and R. ten Bos (2005) For Business Ethics, Organization Studies, Vol. 27, No. 2, pp. 303-308.

          Rhodes, C. (2005) Review of D. Grant, C. Hardy, C. Oswick and L. Putnam (Eds.) (2004) ‘Handbook of Organizational Discourse’, Organization Studies, 26(5): 787-793.

          Rhodes, C. (2004) Review of R. Westwood and S.R. Clegg (2003) ‘Debating Organization: Point-Counterpoint in Organization Studies’, Contemporary Sociology, 33(4): 443-444.

          Rhodes, C. (2003) On the Road From Modernism to Postmodernism (And Back Again): Review of ‘P. Hancock and M. Tyler (2001) “Work, Postmodernism and Organization: A Critical Introduction”, London: Sage’, Ephemera: Critical Dialogues on Organisations, 3(2): 156-161.

          Rhodes, C. (2002) Review of ‘V.J. Marsick and K.E. Watkins (1999) “Facilitating Learning Organizations: Making Learning Count”, Aldershot: Gower, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 75(2): 252-53.

          Rhodes, C. (1999) Review of ‘J. Denton (1998) “Organizational Learning and Effectiveness”, London: Routledge’, Studies in the Education of Adults, 31(2): 258-259.

          Rhodes, C. (1999) Review of ‘J. Garrick (1998) “Informal Learning in the Workplace: Unmasking Human Resource Development” London: Routledge’, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resource Management, 37(2): 118-120.

          Rhodes, C. (1998) Review of ‘C. Argyris and D.A. Schön (1996) “Organizational Learning II: Theory, Method and Practice”, Reading MA: Addison-Wesley’, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resource Management, 36(1): 107-109.

          Rhodes, C. (1997) Review of ‘Kaye, M (1995) “Myth-Makers and Story-Tellers”, Sydney: Business and Professional Publishing’, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resource Management, 3591):  101-102.

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