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  • The ‘Becoming-ness’ of Organizations/Selves

    "So, the aim of this essai is to explore something of the becoming-ness of organizations/selves, in which the researcher-self is imbricated in this becoming-ness and must therefore be part of that which is studied."

  • Struggling with Lack

    "The purpose of this paper is to contribute to research on organizational identity by developing a psychoanalytic perspective. In particular, the author draws on Lacanian theorizing to explore how organizational identity discourse is informed by imaginary constructions of subjectivity."

  • Organizational Identity and Embodied Cognition

    "We consider how an embodied construal of OI might add to three dominant perspectives on OI..."

  • 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."