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Author:Jerzy Kociatkiewicz , Monika Kostera
Data Source:[J].Scandinavian Journal of Management, 2012, Vol.28 (2), pp.162-172Elsevier
Abstract:Summary(#br)Rationality has since long been one of the central been issues in the discourse of management. Among the classics voices propagating a reductionist rationalism dominated and there are still many contexts where such a view is taken for granted. On the other hand, criti...
Author:Monika Kostera
Data Source:[J].Culture and Organization, 1997, Vol.3 (2), pp.163-177Taylor & Francis
Abstract:The paper discusses kitsch as the discourse of depriving experience of beauty and surprise. It argues that people often construct kitsch when they organize. Three different Kitsch-Organizations are depicted: the Polish communist youth organization from the 1950-ties, a forei...
Author:Monika Kostera
Data Source:[J].Culture and Organization, 2000, Vol.6 (1), pp.1-5Taylor & Francis
Author:Monika Kostera
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Development International, 2003, Vol.6 (3), pp.325-342Taylor & Francis
Abstract:After the fall of state communism, the business press in Poland has become an active image designer for people involved in management. Shaping the stereotypes about the market, enterprises and management, it also has an effect on gender related stereotypes and images. A study of ...
Author:Jerzy Kociatkiewicz , Monika Kostera
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Development International, 1998, Vol.1 (4), pp.383-398Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Creativity is said to be highly desired in post-modern and post-industrial organizations. Creativity and anarchy on the one hand, and managerialism, on the other, can be seen as different forms of knowledge, two opposed ideals. In many organizational as well as societal reforms w...
Author:Monika Kostera , Maciej Wicha
Data Source:[J].Scandinavian Journal of Management, 1995, Vol.11 (2), pp.139-158Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper examines the dominant scenario of the communist manager's social role, using the metaphor of the theatre. Through an extensive retrospective study, mainly by means of a critical analysis of the press focusing on dominant symbols, or symbols created an...
Author:Jerzy Kociatkiewicz , Monika Kostera
Data Source:[J].Qualitative Sociology, 1999, Vol.22 (1), pp.37-50Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br) We would like to tell an anthropologic story about how we see reality and how we feel about it, with no intention to generalize our reflections. Our version of anthropology is intentionally self-reflexive and self-reflective. This text is a narrative study of t...

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