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This paper compares the Italian Renaissance painter Caravaggio’s two versions of the Conversion of Saint Paul (1600/1601) with two modern models of organization. These comparisons show how organization is produced in art through ‘aesthetic landscaping’ (Gagliardi 2006), and in particular...
Corporate elites are not a new phenomenon. However, the ways in which significant agents gain ascendancy to positions of power vary across nations and cultures. This paper analyses the ascension of a small minority of corporate agents to positions of dominance and the subsequent accession of a...
A post-deconstruction ethics of honoring, respecting, and/or theorizing anOther via a concept of polyphony seems very attractive to organizational studies (De Cock and Jeanes 2006; Clegg et al. 2006). Many organizational studies intellectuals prefer ‘reasonableness’ and/or ‘historical...
How do elite policy-making groups make sense of complex and ambiguous environments while remaining consistent with the group’s institutionalized operating model? This paper identifies a sensemaking process based in shared narrative construction. It is a social process of pattern recognition...
This study explores the discursive positioning of managers involved in inter-organizational relationships (IORs) within industrial supply chains. In closely examining a series of interviews, we find a number of interpretive repertoires of boundary construction used in IOR managers’ identity...
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