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David Boje's Postmodern Management Website

        

David Boje's Postmodern Management Website

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This website is jammed packed with material on postmodern, critical perspectives on organization theory and management. This site has a wealth of links to topics on postmodernism and organization theory, numerous articles, a "Gameboard," and resources for teaching postmodern perspectives in business management courses.
Material Type: Reference Material
Date Added to MERLOT: October 09, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 09, 2012
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Submitter: Ron Purser

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Language: English
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Avatar for Maureen Beck
12 years ago

Maureen Beck (Faculty)

Very rich content, with many links to useful tests to determine leadership
potential, for example, the Myers-Briggs. Topics are significant and relevant to
today's social issues and will stimulate class discussion. I was drawn in by
the content and spent half an hour perusing the site.

Technical Remarks:

The design is eye catching in terms of layout and color. However, from a
usability standpoint, it needs some work: the frame on the right is frequently
too small to display the pages in toto. My reaction could be due to my age (over
40) and I recommend that Prof. Boje test it out and ask people to comment on
their thought processes as they navigate the site, and also give him some
feedback on navigation and useability. This site is worth perfecting!