Actor Network Theory and Organizing (häftad)
Format
Häftad
Språk
Svenska
Antal sidor
360
Utgivningsdatum
2005-04-01
Upplaga
1
Förlag
Liber
Medarbetare
Czarniawska, Barbara (red.), Hernes, Tor (red.)
Illustrationer
ill.
Dimensioner
230 x 158 x 24 mm
Vikt
620 g
SAB
Qbaab
ISBN
9789147074815
Actor Network Theory and Organizing (häftad)

Actor Network Theory and Organizing

Häftad Svenska, 2005-04-01

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Actor-Network Theory is a practical, challenging and intriguing tool for studying organization. This book offers new and intriguing ways of organizational theorizing. In this book ANT is applied in the study of various aspects of organization, including technology, organizational change, virtual organization, strategy, power, market mechanisms, consumer behaviour, public administration and knowledge management.

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Actor-Network Theory (ANT), with its unique approach to connecting people, artifacts, institutions and organizations, sheds light on complexities that so far have escaped works in organization theory.

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Barbara Czarniawska is professor of Business Studies at the Gothenburg Research Institute, Göteborg University, Sweden. Tor Hernes is Professor of Organization and Management at the Norwegian School of Management, Oslo.
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Actor-Network Theory (ANT) is rapidly making its mark as a practical, challenging and intriguing tool for studying organization. Its unique approach to connecting people, artifacts, institutions and organizations enables it to shed light on complexities that so far have escaped works in organization theory. In this book a number of European and American scholars apply ANT in the study of various aspects of organization, including technology, organizational change, routines, virtual organization, strategy, power, market mechanisms, consumer behaviour, public administration and knowledge management. Taken together, the chapters offer new and intriguing ways of ganizational theorizing. The book is suitable for researchers and higher-level students, and it serves as an excellent primer for those wanting to learning about ANT through the lens of organization theory.