Organisation theory and practice are progressively challenged and enriched by conflicting expectations expressed by a plethora of stakeholders hose answers have often to be found by the embracement of academic multi-disciplinarity – i.e. the borrowing of constructs and models from other fields. In this fluid reality, organisations tend to be more problematic to design, but also to be implemented in organisational practices, according to a constant dialectic between two polarities: Organisational design and Organisation behaviour, in that constant dialectical tension that gives back the measure of the complexity and sense-making of organisational action. These are extremely significant polarities and privileged points of observation and interpretation of organisational phenomena, as well as a starting point for understanding how to put organisational action into practice.
|Titolo:||“Identity and Pluralism: Who Am I? What Are We? How Are We?” – A Reflection on Seeking, Giving and Making Sense of Organising in a Fluid, Uncertain and Digitised World|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.1 - Articolo su rivista (Article)|