Machine generated contents note: 1.Structural Individualisation -- 1.From Structural Differentiation to Hyper-differentiation? -- 2.Beyond the Uncoupling of Systems and Lifeworld? -- 3.Individualisation: Structurally Enabled or Systemically Compelled? -- 2.Normative Individualisation -- 1.Socialisation: A Continuous State of Becoming? -- 2.Shifting the Boundaries: Towards Organised Individualisation -- 3.Individualised Integration: An (Im)Possible Balancing Act? -- 3.The Individualisation of Society -- 1.Politicisation: A Detour through Norms or Systemic Organising Principle? -- 2.Marketisation: A Shortcut through Markets to Social Integration? -- 3.Integration through Work: Detour through Norms or Shortcut through Markets? -- 4.The Individualisation of Organisations -- 1.Networks: Coordinating Markets or Forums for Public Debates? -- 2.Corporatisation: Primary Form of Organisation or Negotiation? -- 3.Integration Management: Systems under the Guise of Lifeworlds? -- Contents note continued: 5.Managing Individualisation at Work -- 1.Autonomy: `as if they worked independently' -- 2.Continuity and Fragmentation: Having a Normal Life -- 3.Recognition: Kicking Bums and Patting Shoulders -- 6.Organising Individualisation at Work -- 1.People Management: Walking on Water, While Running on Trust? -- 2.Corporate Culture: Catchphrase or Normative Control Mechanism? -- 3.Project Management: If it is Not a Work Project, it's a Home Project -- Conclusion: Organised Individualisation -- 1.Individualisation and the Proliferation of Ambiguities in Late Modernity -- 2.Three Forms of Individualisation -- 3.Deficiencies in Social Integration.