3 edition of Discourse and organizational change found in the catalog.
|Statement||Emerald Group Publishing|
|Publishers||Emerald Group Publishing|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|2||Journal of organizational change management -- v. 18, no. 1|
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Discourse studies: A multidisciplinary introduction, vol. We conceptualize discourse as a duality of communicative actions and deep structures, mediated by the modality of interpretive schemes, and develop a discourse analysis methodology based on the fields of hermeneutics and rhetoric.
Religious discourse and organizational change Legitimizing the stakeholder perspective at a Saudi conglomerate.Research in organizational behavior, vol. Corporate strategy, organizations and subjectivity: A critique. Analyze the threats and issues that would be caused due to change. This e-book is the second of two devoted to the topic of discourse and organizational change.
Once the alternatives have been generated, student should evaluate the options and select the appropriate and viable solution for the company. if not, their reconciliations and necessary redefinition. The storytelling organization: A study of story performance in an office-supply firm. 130 Downloads Abstract Knowledge management in organizations has been gaining attention recently for its potential to maximize competitive advantage through deploying organizational knowledge more effectively.
48 6pages 3013-3024, November. MLA Grant, David, Grant Michelson, Cliff Oswick, Discourse and organizational change Nick Wailes. Use particular terms like USP, Core Competencies Analyses etc. Academy of Management Journal The authors conceptualize discourse as a duality of communicative actions and deep structures, mediated by the modality of interpretive schemes, and develop a discourse analysis methodology based on the fields of hermeneutics and rhetoric.
That public universities have come to resemble linguistically corporate organizations is no small finding. Articles published in the journal are clearly relevant to management theory and practice and identify both a compelling practical management issue and a strong theoretical framework for addressing it.
Perhaps, if one of us had moved closer to the other. When having a fast reading, following points should be noted:• The two e-books reflect a growing interest among researchers in examining the organizational discourse s that may be used to describe, analyse, theorize and enact the processes and practices that constitute organizational change. THREATS: Following points can be identified as a threat to company:•
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The end result, we hope, is a clearer argument and presentation for both those new to the literature and those more deeply involved.
Acknowledgements The authors thank Professor Paul Beamish, Richard Ivey School of Business, for his feedback on an earlier version of this paper.