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In this chapter, I take a step back in order to add some elements of discussion by embedding human and organisational factors within a broader historical and sociological context that has so far not been available in the literature. The reason for doing so is that there is a proliferation of various methods, ideas and models in this area. By comparing this phenomenon with the development, over the past two to three decades, of a management market in which consulting companies, business schoolsdoi:10.1007/978-3-030-25639-5_14 fatcat:gwnzfdaw6rftpcpulatxeotytu