Behavioral science in the buisness school curriculum: Teaching in a changing institutional enviorment
The Academy of Management Review
DOI of Published Version
The concept of the organizational field is used to examine how recent developments in the institutional environment of business schools may be affecting student attitudes toward the behavioral sciences in business schools. Based on this analysis, a number of ways in which recognition of changing logics in the organizational field, combined with a model of teaching as bricolage, might be used to enhance the effectiveness of behavioral science instruction in business schools are proposed.
Published Article/Book Citation
The Academy of Management Review, 24:4 (1999) pp.808