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  • Sensemaking in Organizations

    Sensemaking in Organizations

    "Sensemaking is a process of explanation that incorporates seven attributes. All seven attributes are linked by various connections and when applied collectively, these attributes hold explanatory power over an organizational phenomenon."

  • Artifaction and Organizational Development

    "This article explores and defines key elements of an artifaction theory of organizational development (OD) interventions. Four dimensions of artifaction are distinguished: ascription, fabrication, displacement, and reinterpretation. "

  • Promoting Workplace Well-Being

    Promoting Workplace Well-Being

    "Providing a cross-cultural perspective on issues relating to well-being and creating safe and healthy work environments."

  • Constructivist Organizational Design

    Constructivist Organizational Design

    "This paper brings together the two separate paradigmatic perspectives of constructivist epistemologies and of organizational design science, and shows how they could jointly constitute the ingredients of a constructivism-founded scientific paradigm for organization research."

  • Leadership and Negative Capability

    "The development of negative capability is discussed but it is suggested that its status is problematic in the context of a societal and organizational culture dominated by control and performativity."