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Author:Charlotte Croft , Graeme Currie , Andy Lockett
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2015, Vol.36 (1), pp.113-131SAGE
Abstract:The ability of individuals to accommodate the emotional transition into roles requiring the construction of a leader identityis an under-researched phenomenon. To address this research gap we consider the experience of 32 nurse managers undergoinga leadership development programm...
Author:Matthew J. Brannan , Elizabeth Parsons , Vincenza Priola
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2015, Vol.36 (1), pp.29-53SAGE
Abstract:Brand scholarship traditionally resides within the marketing literature and focuses on organizations’ external relationships with customers. However, increasing critical attention in organization studies has focused on the brand inorder to understand its impact on the intern...
Author:Jerzy Kociatkiewicz , Monika Kostera
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2015, Vol.36 (1), pp.55-71SAGE
Abstract:Labyrinths and mazes have constituted significant spaces for tales of transformation, from prehistoric designs through themyth of the Minotaur and the pilgrimage design in Chartres cathedral to contemporary novels and pictorial representations.Labyrinths and labyrinthine designs ...
Author:Göran Ahrne , Patrik Aspers , Nils Brunsson
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2015, Vol.36 (1), pp.7-27SAGE
Abstract:Markets have sometimes been described as vastly different from and even opposite to formal organizations. But markets andorganizations share a similarity as well. Both are organized – by the use of decisions on membership, rules, monitoring, sanctionsor hierarchy. Market org...
Author:Xavier Deroy , Stewart Clegg
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2015, Vol.36 (1), pp.73-90SAGE
Abstract:Institutional theory’s understanding of unplanned change in fragmented and complex environments has made the connection betweeninstitutional work at the micro level and institutional logics at the macro level a central issue. Change that is not plannedis contingent on events...
Author:Mona Moufahim , Patrick Reedy , Michael Humphreys
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2015, Vol.36 (1), pp.91-111SAGE
Abstract:In this paper we combine work on rhetorical strategies with that of organizational identity theory. We highlight the relationshipbetween organizational identity and the deployment of discursive resources at the societal level by organizations seekingto influence such identit...
Author:Julia Balogun , Katie Best , Jane Lê
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2015, Vol.36 (10), pp.1285-1313SAGE
Abstract:This paper explores how frontline workers contribute to an organization’s realized strategy. Using a workplace studies approach,we analyse the work of museum tour guides as a salient example of workers engaged in frontline work. Our findings demonstratethe subtle and intrica...
Author:Andrew D. Brown , Christine Coupland
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2015, Vol.36 (10), pp.1315-1336SAGE
Abstract:Elite professionals opportunistically employ threats to their work identities to author preferred selves. Predicated on understandingsthat identities are subjectively available to people as in-progress narratives, and that these are often insecure fabrications,we investigate...
Author:David Weitzner , Yuval Deutsch
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2015, Vol.36 (10), pp.1337-1360SAGE
Abstract:Insight into organizational responses to stakeholder claims and influence attempts is critical to understand the challengescurrently facing managers and organizations. Drawing on Kelman’s (1958) model of social influence, we advance the field’sunderstanding of the factors dr...
Author:Eric J. Arnould , Julien Cayla
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2015, Vol.36 (10), pp.1361-1386SAGE
Abstract:What is the sovereign consumer that occupies such a central role in organizational discourse whose satisfaction has becomean organizational imperative? Our research draws from extended fieldwork in the world of commercial ethnography. Our analysisshows how ethnography is imp...

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