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Power and interdependence in organizations /

Authors: Tjosvold, Dean.%editor | Wisse, Barbara.%editor Series: Cambridge companions to management Published by : Cambridge University Press, (Cambridge, UK :) Physical details: xiv, 377 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. ISBN: 052170328X Subject(s): Organizational behavior. | Organizational sociology. | Power (Social sciences) | Control (Psychology) Year: 2009
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Understanding power in organizations / Jeffrey Pfeffer -- How can power be tamed? / David G. Winter -- Power and self-construal: how the self affects power processes / Barbara van Knippenberg and Daan van Knippenberg -- The conceptualization of power and the nature of interdependency: the role of legitimacy and culture / Joris Lammers and Adam D. Galinski -- Power in cooperation and competition: understanding the positive and negative faces of power / Dean Tjosvold and Peiguan Wu -- Growing powerful using cherry picking strategies: coworker networks as cherry trees / George B. Graen -- Acting fairly to be the boss: procedural justice as a tool to affirm power relationships with subordinates / David De Cremer and Marius van Dijke -- A tale of two theories: implicit theories of power and power-sharing in organizations / Peter T. Coleman -- The power process and emotion / Edward J. Lawler and Chad A. Proell -- Gender inequalities in power in organizations / Alice H. Eagly and Agneta Fischer -- Power and the interpersonal influence of leaders / Gary Yukl -- Bases of leader power and effectiveness / M. Afzal Rahim -- Power tactics preference in organizations: individual and situational factors / Meni Koslowsky and Joseph Schwarzwald -- Influence triggers and compliance: a discussion of the affects of power, motivation, resistance and antecedents / John E. Barbuto, Jr. and Gregory T. Gifford -- Leadership and conflict: using power to manage conflict in groups for better rather than worse / Randall S. Peterson and Sarah Ronson -- Organizational change / Lourdes Munduate and Francisco J. Medina -- Servant-leadership, key to follower well-being / Dirk van Dierendonck, Inge Nuijten and Imke Heeren -- Ethical leadership: the socially responsible use of power / Annebel H. B. De Hoogh and Deanne N. Den Hartog -- The tao of value leadership and the power of interdependence / Ping Ping Fu and Caroline Fu.

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