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The narrative cleansing of Andrew Carnegie: entrepreneurial generativity as identity capital. Performing Process Research. Curators and sojourners in learning networks: Practices for transformation. Prospective sensemaking, frames and planned change interventions: A comparison of change trajectories in two hospital units. Mindfulness As Metacognitive Practice. From within and in-between — co-designing organizational change. Friend and foe?

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Doing strategy in project-based organizations: Actors and patterns of action. Conflict as it happens. Managing the interactions between multiple identities in inter-organizational collaborations: an identity work perspective. Why and how do project management offices change? A structural analysis approach. The Materiality of Absence: Organizing and the case of the incomplete cathedral. Understanding culinary innovation as relational: Insights from Tarde's relational sociology. Theory into practice, practice to theory: Action research in method development. Why not take a performative approach to entrepreneurship?

Reframing the university as an emergent organization: implications for strategic management and leadership in higher education. The 5S organizational agility framework: a dynamic capabilities perspective. Emotions during executive succession in a public board. Implementing a multilevel prevention strategy under an intersectoral partnership: The case of the Triple P Program.

Productive opportunities, uncertainty, and science-based firm emergence. Planned organisational change management.

Becoming collaborative: a study of intra-organisational relational dynamics. Finding the sweet spot between art and business in analogically mediated inquiry. Empowering citizens or mining resources? The contested domain of citizen engagement in professional care services. To whose drum are we marching? Change in business networks through a contextual logics perspective.

Disclosing everyday practices constituting social entrepreneuring — a case of necessity effectuation. Theorising change and stability in service ecosystems: a morphogenetic approach. Meeting the needs of the Millennials and Generation Z: gamification in tourism through geocaching. From entity to process: toward more process-based theorizing in the field of organizational change. Power relations in organizational change: an activity-theoretic perspective.

Strategy processes and practices: Dialogues and intersections. Accessing uncolonized terrains of organizations: uncanny force of sleep and dreaming. Is there leadership in a fluid world? Exploring the ongoing production of direction in organizing. Leadership for organizational adaptability: A theoretical synthesis and integrative framework. Biographien von Organisationen. Post-identities: The Transgression of Diversity Categories. Introduction: Managing the Future—Foundations and Perspectives. From Defuturization to Futurization and Back Again? Creating the Foundation for a Functioning Internal Platform.

Bringing Mindfulness and Joy to Work. Exploring the dynamics of project management office and portfolio management co-evolution: A routine lens. The leadership role of college deans and department chairs in academic culture change. Openness disposition: Readiness characteristics that influence participant benefits from scenario planning as strategic conversation. Rethinking organization theory: The fold, the rhizome and the seam between organization and the literary.

The emotional labour of boundary spanning. Ravaisson, Simondon, and constitution of routine action: organizational routines as habit and individuation. Analysis of leadership dynamics in educational settings during times of external and internal change. Wait-and-see strategy: Risk management in the internationalization process model.

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Historical dialogue and memory in policing change: The case of the police in Northern Ireland. An island of constancy in a sea of change: Rethinking project temporalities with long-term megaprojects. Where did interpretivism go in the theory of entrepreneurship? Bracketing off the actors: Towards an action-centric research agenda.

Debating big data: A literature review on realizing value from big data. Open strategy: Literature review, re-analysis of cases and conceptualisation as a practice. The existential dimensions of the paradox of becoming in the process turn in organisation studies. Straight from the heart — a clinical group intervention to research management spirituality. Ordering in disguise: digital integration in built-environment practices.

The episodic spiral model: a new approach to organizational processes. Dynamic organizational learning: a narrative inquiry into the story of Huawei in China. How can we ever create participation when we are the ones who decide? On natural resource management practice and its readiness for change.

Inside the black box of public service change. How management innovations are successfully implemented? An organizational routines? Lean implementation and a process approach — an exploratory study. Language games: a conceptual lens for studying the co-production of materiality, practice, and discourse. Servicescape navigation. Brand-driven identity development of places. Some have to, and some want to: Why firms adopt a post-industrial form. Change managerialism and micro-processes of sensemaking during change implementation.

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Processes of entrepreneurial leadership: Co-acting creativity and direction in the emergence of new SME ventures. Is that an opportunity? An attention model of top managers' opportunity beliefs for strategic action. An exploration of contemporary organizational artifacts and routines in a sustainable excellence context. Agreeing on What?


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Strategic Leadership in PK — 12 Settings. Managerial change and strategic change: The temporal sequence. Strong versus Weak Sociomateriality. Is it the Brazilian Way? Extending the Comparison of Public and Private Organizations. Temporary Organizing: Promises, Processes, Problems. The problem of change in constructivist theory: Ontological security seeking and agent motivation. Toward a process and situated view of compromises.

Program group's discursive construction of context: A means to legitimize buck-passing. The limits of process: On re reading Henri Bergson. Making sense of organizational structure change: a practice-based approach. Identity formation and strategy development in overlapping institutional fields. Coopetition in a headwind — The interplay of sensemaking, sensegiving, and middle managerial emotional response in coopetitive strategic change development.

Complexity, uncertainty-reduction strategies, and project performance. Using personal narratives to explore multiple identities in organisational contexts. Inquiring into arresting moments over time: Towards an understanding of stability within change. Politics of change: the discourses that inform organizational change and their capacity to silence. To start practice theorizing anew: The contribution of the concepts of agencement and formativeness. Transnational organizing: Issue professionals in environmental sustainability networks.

Leading changes: Why transformation explanations fail. Who killed change management? The mediating roles of internal context variables in the relationship between distributed leadership perceptions and continuous change behaviours of public school teachers. Expert knowledge in the making: using a processual lens to examine expertise in construction.

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A sensemaking perspective on coopetition. Service response to economic decline: Innovation actions for achieving strategic renewal. Cultivating strategic foresight in practise: A relational perspective. Learning while re configuring: Business model innovation processes in established firms.

Contributorship and Partial Inclusion. Balanced or unbalanced routines: the case of two routines dynamics in a French hospital. Collaborativeness as the core of professional learning communities beyond culture and context: evidence from Canada, Finland, and Israel. A communicative approach to sociomateriality: the agentic role of technology at the operational level. Theory Evaluation, Entrepreneurial Processes, and Performativity. The development of a Design Research Canvas for data practitioners. Routines and Creativity: From Dualism to Duality.

Scott Sonenshein. Martha S. Feldman , Brian T. Growing fast or slow? The emergence of home-based accommodations in Iran: A study of self-organization. The Practicality of Practice Theory. Project Management between Will and Representation. Limits to and prospects of entrepreneurship education in the academic context. Changing the NHS a day at a time: The role of enactment in the mobilisation and prefiguration of change. Practice transfer in MNCs: a process of tension and contestation.

Challenges, solutions and future directions in the evaluation of service innovations in health care and public health.

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Relationship between the interactive use of control systems and the project performance: The moderating effect of uncertainty and equivocality. When more is not better: The effect of the number of learning interventions on the acquisition of process-oriented thinking. Imagining organization through metaphor and metonymy: Unpacking the process-entity paradox. The resilience of family farms: Towards a relational approach. Crowdsourcing Strategizing. Planes, straws and oysters: the use of metaphors in healthcare reform.

Sensemaking at work: meaningful work experience for individuals and organizations. Emphasising the political and emotional dimensions of organisational change politics with Laclauian discourse theory. Summoning the spirits: Organizational texts and the dis ordering properties of communication. From translation to enactment: contributions of the Actor-Network Theory to the processual approach to organizations.

Identity, diversity and diversity management. Roles as Mediators in Identity Work. The social potency of affect: Identification and power in the immanent structuring of practice. Embracing Discursive Paradox. Sensemaking processes and Weickarious learning. Learning in times of dynamic complexity through balancing phenomenal qualities of sensemaking.

Absorptive capacity: a non-linear process. Rose-tinted lenses: how American functionalist strategy inhibits our appreciation of complex conflicts. Finding an emergent way through transformational change: a narrative approach to strategy. Sensors and sensibility: examining the role of technological features in servitizing construction towards greater sustainability. Stacy E.

Contribution of Complex Systems to Entrepreneurship. My choice, your problem? Mandating IT use in large organisational networks. Negotiating open source software adoption in the UK public sector. Complexity Theory and Process Organization Studies. Sociomaterialism, Practice Theory, and Workplace Learning. Designing from the Future. Looking elsewhere: Howard S. Becker as unwilling organisational theorist. Tales of the unexpected: Discussing improvisational learning. Developing creativity in practice: Explorations with world-renowned chefs.

Identity change in organizations: a philosophical exposition. Designing and implementing incentives for engineering consultants: encouraging cooperation and innovation in a large infrastructure project. Identity, storytelling and the philanthropic journey. Lost But Not Missing at Work. School Success as a Process of Structuration. From cluster to process: New economic geographic perspectives on practices of knowledge creation.

Rethinking Knowledge Management: From Knowledge Objects to Knowledge Processes

Information Overload Revisited. Organizing and the Process of Sensemaking. An institutional palimpsest? Hybrid professionalism and beyond: New Forms of public professionalism in changing organizational and societal contexts. Managing Change. The Meaning of Organizational Learning. Entrepreneuring and process: A Lefebvrian perspective. Entrepreneurship and process studies.

Opportunity evaluation and changing beliefs during the nascent entrepreneurial process. References and Bibliography. Reforming the state: Understanding the vicious circles of reform. To share or not to share? Self-perception and knowledge-sharing intent. Think before you act: organizing structures of action in technology-induced change.

Evolutionary change stimuli and moderators — evidence from New Zealand. Object and objective lost? Core task and organizational reality. Exploring Material-Discursive Practices. Choosing your words carefully: Leaders' narratives of complex emergent problem resolution. Discourse in a Material World. Forming cognitions by investing in a form: Frequent Flyer Programs in US air travel post-deregulation — Task Complexity: Extending a Core Concept.

The non-sense of organizational morality. Exploring power assumptions in the leadership and management debate. Dynamic capabilities as patterns of organizational change. Time-based modifications to process theory illustrations through a corporate rebranding case study. Goal seeking and goal oriented projects — trajectories of the temporary organisation. Complex hierarchy: The strategic advantages of a trade-off between hierarchical supervision and self-organizing.

Practice Theory: Viewing leadership as leading. Explaining hospital performance via the cube one framework. Understanding employee attitudes to change in longitudinal perspective. Professional emergence on transnational issues: Linked ecologies on demographic change. Participative organizational change and adaptation: insights from a qualitative case study of successful change. Readdresses fundamental issues in knowledge management, leading to a new area of study: knowledge processes Authors from various disciplines offer new and exciting views see more benefits.

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