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

Relevance of the triadic model

The triadic model represents one’s ways of making sense of reality by dividing areas of mundane experiences into substances, practices and self.By applying this model, one can better understand how one constructs reality by paying attention to those different areas of mundane experiences. In the area of substances, one is concerned with attributes and properties … More Relevance of the triadic model