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- Working with Joan Woodward
- Woodward’s aegis: a critical biography of Joan Woodward
- Joan Woodward
- Woodward, Joan (1916–1971)
In her short life, she achieved tremendous success both in academia she was the second woman ever to be appointed as a chaired full professor at Imperial College London and in practice she was a highly sought-after consultant to firms and policy advisor to governments.
Working with Joan Woodward
This paper aims to offer a critical biography of Joan Woodward, often considered the founder of contingency theory. This paper draws on insights gained from personal correspondence with two colleagues of Woodward, one who recruited her to the Imperial College where she conducted her most prominent work and one whom she recruited while at the college. The originality of this work is to examine the work of Woodward through the lens of critical biography. The purpose is to provide her contribution against the backdrop of the British industrial and educational sphere. Garrity, C. Report bugs here. Please share your general feedback.
Woodward’s aegis: a critical biography of Joan Woodward
A British professor of industrial sociology who led the South-East Essex research team in a survey of manufacturing organizations in that area during the s. Her many publications included The Dock Worker , The Saleswoman ; an early and neglected study of service workers , and the influential Industrial Organisation: Theory and Practice Woodward argued that differences in the organization of work and in behaviour at work the number of levels of management, area of responsibilities of supervisors, division of functions among specialists, clarity with which roles and duties are defined, amount of written communication, and such like could usually be traced to the immediate work situation itself. In particular, in the Essex survey, differences in technology accounted for many of the differences in organizational structure. She produced a widely discussed typology of production systems, distinguished according to their degree of technical complexity, ranging from unit and small-batch production, through large-batch and mass production, to the most complex form of process production. Often accused unjustly of technological determinism, Woodward's work was instrumental in setting new standards of empirical research in the sociology of organizations, and in demonstrating the possibilities of systematic comparison as against the hitherto predominant isolated case-study. See also contingency theory.
N. H. Leyland; J. Woodward. Industrial Organization: Theory and Practice, The Economic Journal, Volume 77, Issue , 1 June Article PDF first page preview.
Joan Woodward September 27, — was a British professor in industrial sociology and organizational studies. Woodward was educated at Oxford University , where she gained a first in Philosophy, Politics and Economics in , followed by an MA in medieval philosophy from Durham University in , and a Diploma in Social and Public Administration from Oxford in Woodward was a leading academic and commentator in the field of Organization Theory , particularly Contingency Theory.
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Woodward, Joan (1916–1971)
To understand what goes on in the social sciences, you need to look at where the funding is coming from. The s were the time of the Marshall Plan. As part of the Marshall Plan, under the so-called Conditional Aid Scheme, funds were made available for industrial social research, and there began the first major broad-based program of industrial social science in this country. The essential feature of the scheme was that the problems being tackled should have some bearing on productivity and that the research carried out should produce practical results. Klein, L. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
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