by Bradley Williams In Organizations, Strategy, and Society, Rodolphe Durand draws attention to the ways in which organizations affect and provide meaning to peoples’ public and private lives. Organizations are not merely temporary groups of individuals or groups of aggregate… Read More ›
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There’s a very interesting post on Org Theory which discuses the converging trajectories of Organisational Theory and Social Movement Theory. As Brayden King argues, the similarities in these fields of study were obscured by the different theoretical starting points within both… Read More ›
Interesting article by Doris Ruth Eikhof on the Work in Progress blog of the American Sociological Association’s Organizations, Occupations, and Work” section, about Weber, Tolstoj and the usefulness of academia.