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Radical Surgery: What Will Tomorrow’s Organizations Look Like?, with Richard O. Mason and Christine M. Pearson, Academy of Management Executive , 1994, Vol. 8 No. 2, pps. 11-21. 1993 Reality is Its Profitable to be Unreal," Counter Punch, Los Angeles Times , January 18, 1993, p. F3. TV Trashes the Social Environment," Counter Punch, Los Angeles Times , September 6, 1993, p. F3. 28
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1992 "Crisis Management and Strategic Management: Similarities, Differences and Challenges," with Christine M. Pearson and Thierry C. Pauchant, Advances in Strategic Management , Volume 8, 1992, pp. 235-260. The Use of Negotiated Order Theory as a Tool for the Analysis and Development of an Interorganizational Field," with Maria L. Nathan, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science , Vol. 27 No. 2, June 1991, pp. 163-180. "Management by Nosing Around, Exposing the Dangerous Invisibility of Technologies, with Thierry C. Pauchant, Journal of Management Inquiry , Vol. 1 No. 1, March, 1992, pp. 70-78. "The Dial Tone Does Not Come From God! How a Crisis Can Challenge Dangerous Strategic Assumptions Made About High Technologies: The Case of the Hinsdale Telecommunications Outage," with Thierry C. Pauchant and Gerald F. Ventolo, Academy of Management Executive , Vol. 6 No. 3, 1992, pp. 66-79. "How Management By Consensus Is Bringing the Kingdom Down," Planning for Human Systems: Essays in Honor of Russell L. Ackoff , Eds. Jean-Marc Choukroun and Roberta M. Snow, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1992, pp. 288- 294. 1991 "Crisis Management and Strategic Management: Similarities, Differences, and Challenges," with Christine Pearson and Thierry Pauchant, Advances in Strategic Management , vol. 8, Edited by Paul Shrivastava, JAI Press, in press. "Management By Nosing Around: Exposing The Dangerous Invisibility of Technologies," with Thierry Pauchant, Journal of Management Inquiry , vol. 1, No. 1, February, 1992, pp. 72-82. "Crisis Management and The Organizational Mind: Multiple Models For Crisis Management From Field Data," with Firdaus E. Udwadia, Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change , vol. 40, No. 1, August 1991, pp. 33-52. "Toward A Systemic Crisis Management Strategy: Learning From The Best Examples in The U.S., Canada, and France," with Thierry Pauchant and Patrick Lagadec, Industrial Crisis Quarterly , vol. 5, 1991. 29
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"Is Your Company Crisis Prone? Crisis Prepared?" with Christine Pearson, Leaders , July, August, September, 1991, vol. 14, No. 3, p. 111. "The Complete and Utter Failure of Traditional Thinking in Comprehending the Nuclear Predicament: Why it is Impossible to Formulate a Paradox Free Theory of Nuclear Policy," in A Science of Goal Formulation, American and Soviet Discussions of Cybernetics and Systems Theory , Stuart A. Umpleby and Vadin Sadovsky (eds.), Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, New York, 1991, pp. 19-48. 1990 "Are We Getting Any Better at Crisis Management? An Interim Assessment of Some Lessons Learned Versus Not Learned by U.S.
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