\’How does strategic management in the area of ethics, culture, globalisation and/or the environment demonstrate neoliberal values or depart from neoliberal values?

these 3 following articles are essential and must be incorporated in to the essay and general discussion drawn from sources not prescribed will result in a fail. It is critical only sources I list be discussed –

Essential article: Carter, Clegg and Kornberger (2008) A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book About Studying Strategy, Sage, London.

Essential article: Stansbury, J. and Barry, B. (2007) Ethics Programs and the Paradox of Control Business Ethics Quarterly 17(2): 239-261.

Essential article: Jackall, R. 1988. Moral mazes: the world of corporate managers, Oxford: Oxford University Press, Chapter 8.

the following additional articles are accepted in the essay to make up remainder of references, no other sources are acceptable only the ones I have listed!!.

Adams, G. and Balfour, D. (1998) Unmasking Administrative Evil. Sage, London.
Bakan, J. (2004) The Corporation: the pathological pursuit of profit and power London: Constable.
Bauman, Z. (2001) Community. Polity, Cambridge.
Klein, N. (2001) No Logo Flamingo: London.
Knights, D. and Morgan, G. (1990) The Concept of Strategy in Sociology: A Note of Dissent Sociology 24: 475-483.
Mintzberg, H. (1987) The Strategy Concept I: Five Ps for Strategy California Management Review, Fall: 11-24.
Niemark, M. (1995) The selling of ethics: The ethics of business meets the business of ethics Accounting, auditing and accountability 8(3): 81-97.
Roberts, J. (2003) The manufacture of corporate social responsibility: Constructing corporate sensibility. Organization, 10, 249266.
Roberts, J. (2001) Corporate governance and the ethics of narcissus Business Ethics Quarterly 11(1): 109-127.
Schwartz, M. (2000). Why ethical codes constitute an unconscionable regression. Journal of Business Ethics 23: 173-184.
Stansbury, J. and Barry, B. (2007) Ethics programs and the paradox of control Business Ethics Quarterly 17(2): 239-261.
Wray-Bliss, E. (2013) A Crisis of Leadership: Towards an Anti-Sovereign Ethics of Organisation Business Ethics: A European Review 22(1): 86-101

Carter, C., Clegg, S., and Kornberger, M. (2008) Strategy as Practice? Strategic Organization 6(1): 83-99.
Deal, T and Kennedy, A. (1982) Corporate Cultures Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley.
Kunda, G. (1992) Engineering Culture: control and commitment in a high-tech corporation Philadelphia; Temple University Press.
Legge, K. (1995) Human Resource Management: Rhetorics and Realities Basingstoke, Palgrave.
Liu, F. Adn Maitlis, S. (2014) Emotional Dynamics in Strategizing Processes Journal of Management Studies 51(2): 202-234.
Morgan, G. (2006) Images of Organisation, London, Sage.
Ogbonna, E. and Wilkinson, B. (2003) The false promise of organizational culture change: a case study of middle managers in grocery retailing Journal of Management Studies 40(5): 1151-1178.
Ouchi,W. (1981) Theory Z Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley.
Parker, M. (2000) Organizational Culture and Identity London: Sage.
Peters, T. (2001) True confessions Fast Company, December 2001: pps. 78-92.
Peters, T. and Waterman, R. (1982) In search of excellence: lessons from Americas best-run companies New York, Harper and Row.
Samra-Fredericks, D. (2003) Strategizing as Lived Experience… Journal of Management Studies 40(1(: 141-174.
Whittington, R. (2003) The work of strategizing and organizing: for a practice perspective Strategic Organization 1(1): 117-125.
Willmott, H. (1993) Strength is ignorance, slavery is freedom: managing culture in modern organizations Journal of Management Studies 30(4): 515-552

Ambrose, S. (undated) IMF bailouts: familiar, failed medicine for Asian Tigers available at
Anderson, S. and Cavanaugh, J. (2000) The rise of corporate global power Institute for Policy Studies, available at
Arnold, D. and Bowie, N. (2003) Sweatshops and Respect for Persons Business Ethics Quarterly 13(2):221-242.
Asia Monitor (1997) Blood, sweat, and shears: Working conditions in sports shoe factories in China making shoes for Nike and Reebok pages 1-11, available at
Bakan, J. (2004) The Corporation. London, Constable.
Banerjee, S. B. and Linstead, S. (2001) Globalization, Multiculturalism and Other Fictions: Colonialism for the New Millennium? Organization 8(4):683-722.
Bauman, Z. (1998) Globalization: the Human Consequences. Cambridge, Polity.
Clegg, S.; Kornberger, M.; and Pitsis, T. (2008) Managing Organizations London, Sage:
Grint, K. (2005) The Sociology of Work, 3rd Edition. Cambridge: Polity.
Klein, N. (2001) No Logo Flamingo: London.
Knights, D. and Morgan, G. (1990) The Concept of Strategy in Sociology: A Note of Dissent Sociology 24: 475-483.
Knights, D. and Morgan, G. (1991) Corporate Strategy, Organizations, and Subjectivity: A Critique Organisation Studies 12(2): 251-273.
Korten, D. (1995) When Corporations Rule the World Earthscan: London.
Morgan, G. (1997) Images of Organization. London. Sage.
Oxfam (2016) The Hidden Billions. Oxfam Research Reports, Oxfam, Australia
Parker, M. (2002) Against Management. Cambridge. Polity.
Pilger, J. (2003) New rulers of the World. London, Verso.
Ritzer, G. (2010) Globalisation: A Basic Text. Wiley-Blackwell.

Banerjee and Linstead (2001) Globalisation File

Arnold and Bowie 2003 Sweatshops and Respect for Persons, Business Ethics Quarterly File

Carter et al (2008) Strategy As Practice File

Whittington (2003) On the work of Strategizing File

Parker 2000 Chapter on the management of culture File

Willmott (1993) article very critical on the management of culture File

Thompson and McHugh 1995 Chapter on managing culture File

Schwartz 2000 A critique of ethical codes, Journal of Business Ethics File

Rampersad 2003 Ethics and strategy File

Parsons 2007 Ethics and businesses communication strategies File

Neimark (1995) The Selling of Ethics File

Husted and Allen 2000 Ethics and strategy File