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A Process Theory of Organization

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This book presents a novel and comprehensive process theory of organization applicable to 'a world on the move'. It contains a number of practical examples to illustrate the theoretical framework and will serve as an excellent introduction for researchers and graduate students.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780199695089
ISBN-10: 0199695083
Pagini: 256
Dimensiuni: 171 x 238 x 15 mm
Greutate: 0.39 kg
Ediția: New ed.
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP Oxford
Locul publicării: Oxford, United Kingdom

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The remarkable insights offered in this book provide a language and a style of analysis that help us move from process and reality to process as reality. Tor Hernes has captured the elusiveness of organizing in motion in a way that is unmatched. This book is a major accomplishment that enables all of us to be more observant and more skillful analysts who can now ask better questions about fleeting structures in an on-going present.
The time of structures is gone, but much of organization theory - and practice - holds compulsively to it. Tor Hernes' book will help theoreticians and practitioners to let go - and enter the world where fluid processes cross through the global economy.
This book is a refreshingly bold attempt to provide a genuinely alternative approach to the study and analysis of organization as precarious and temporary accomplishments; time and temporality feature significantly in its theoretical agenda. Hernes takes a step back and attempts to theorize organization on the basis that process itself is constitutive of reality. Hernes is to be complemented for undertaking such an ambitious endeavour in making us aware of theconsequences of taking process and becoming seriously.
A world on the move and how to catch it without making it static; this is the big challenge that the book addresses. The author offers a great introduction to a process theory of organization since it makes evident how temporality is at the heart of organizational life, and how it should be studied.

Notă biografică

Tor Hernes is Professor of Organization Theory at the Department of Organization at Copenhagen Business School and Adjunct Professor at Buskerud and Vestfold University College, Norway. He has published a dozen books as well as articles in top tier European and American journals over the last decade addressing various processual aspects of organizing and organizations. He is a leading figure in the emerging field of process thinking in organization studies and isco-editor of the Oxford Handbook of Process Philosophy and Organization Studies.