- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2019
- Springer International Publishing AG
- de Vaujany, François-Xavier (ed.), Adrot, Anouck (ed.), Boxenbaum, Eva (ed.), Leca, Bernard (ed.)
- Bibliographie 20 schwarz-weiße und 20 farbige Abbildungen
- 20 Tables, color; 30 Illustrations, black and white; XXII, 402 p. 30 illus.
- 210 x 148 x 24 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 658 g
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This book aims at clarifying the role of materiality, spaces, digitality and embodiment in institutional dynamics from the perspective of Management & Organization Studies. Presenting a rich set of theoretical, methodological and epistemological advances on materiality and institutions, it also gives voice to distinctive and diverse perspectives on materiality in institutions, structuring chapters into four major topics: artefacts and objects, digitality and information, space and time, body and embodiment. This book sparks discussion and debate about ontological dimensions of Management & Organization Studies, including post-discursive, visual, phenomenological and material. With a foreword by Professor Thomas B. Lawrence, Said Business School, University of Oxford.
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Francois-Xavier de Vaujany is Professor of Management at Paris Dauphine University, PSL, France. He is interested in the emergence and legitimation of digital innovations and new work practices in organizations and society. Anouck Adrot is Associate Professor at Paris Dauphine University, PSL, France and is a member of the Management & Organization team of the Dauphine Recherches en Management (DRM) centre. Her research interests cover practical, material and organizational emergence in demanding and critical settings. Eva Boxenbaum is Professor of Organization and Management Theory at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. She conducts research on how organizational actors shape the innovation, implementation and diffusion of new management practices and organizational forms, including the associated cognitive, material and visual processes. Bernard Leca is Professor of Management Accounting at ESSEC Business School, France. His main research focuses on institutional processes and the way organizations or individuals can initiate and implement institutional change.
Preface: Materiality, Institutions & Organizing (Trevor Pinch) Introduction: Institution and Materiality (F-X de Vaujany, Anouck Adrot, Eva Boxenbaum, Bernard Leca) Institutionalization as bricolage: A material perspective (Melodie Cartel & Eva Boxenbaum) Footsteps in the sand: consequences of conformity in complex institutional environment Julien Jourdan) The problem of ontological fluctuations in institutional theory. Insights from research on institutional logics (Bernard Leca) Understanding the establishment of management education in Oxford: The role of materiality in institutional change (Lise Arena and Ali Douai) "Institutional legitimacy and spaces: A grounded analysis of firefighters' journey into digitization (Anouck Adrot and Marie Bia-Figueiredo) At the intersection of materiality, organizational legitimacy and institutional logics: A study of campus tours (Francois de Vaujany, Sara Winterstorm Valander, Emmanuelle Vaast) The mobile game industry in Finland: The materiality of institutional logics (Fernando Pinto Santos) Digital materialities and incompatible institutional logics (Anna Morgan-Thomas, Agostinho Abrunhosa and Ignacio Canales) Institutional plans versus situated actions: A video-based case of simulation in health care (Lise Arena, Bernard Conein, Catherine Felix) The heart is a hand grenade - plastic figurations of bodies at war (Sine Norholm Just and Line Kirkegaard) Beyond legitimacy and legitimation as a judgment: A Merleau-Pontian view of legitimation as in the bodies of beholders (Francois-Xavier de Vaujany) Postface: Perspectives about materiality for institutional analysis (Candace Jones)