This article makes connections between 'queer' theory and contemporary thinking about management and organization.1 The article contains a re-presentation of queer, particularly the work of Butler and Sedgwick, and a discussion of the potential implications of queering for managers, managerial practices and the science of management. Most importantly, the article is also concerned with authority claims-both personal and institutional - and the relationship between (critical) theory and (critical) practice.
|Number of pages||21|
|Journal||Gender, Work and Organization|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Apr 2002|