Stories of contradiction

Management and organization studies have been revealing an abundance of stories that counter orthodox rational choice models. Despite the ability to engage readers, counter-narratives against conventional views on organizations, such as machine, biological/organic, game, dramaturgical, and ritual models, appear to remain to be conceived as context-specific, thus, less generalizable stories or episodes. By focusing on … More Stories of contradiction

Disseminating the triadic model

The triadic model comprised of substances, practices and self is a metaphor on which to predicate mundane thus less rigidly specified senses of consciousness, relatively clear but yet-to-be-substantiated apprehension about others/substances, and self-images. It aims to overcome the familiar dichotomous worldviews, such as mind vs. body, subjects vs. objects, self vs. others, etc. It builds upon … More Disseminating the triadic model