Logics of worlds pdf management research visible outside the academic community? A touch of nostalgia: on Albert O. This study seeks to explore the limits of the concept of hybrid organization as it is commonly agreed upon in the literature. It tackles the case of French mutual insurance companies and their for-profit counterparts in the property and casualty sector.

Distinguishing two approaches to the notion of hybrid organization, it focuses on the tensions and challenges facing mutuals compared to their for-profit competitors. The evidence, based on the analysis of corporate website data as well as regulatory and professional documentation, stresses the relevance of the concept of hybrid organization as applied to mutuals in view of the external pressures with which they are confronted. Yet, it suggests that the concept has some limitations at the internal level, regarding the articulation of multiple goals. Overall, it contributes to a better understanding of hybrid organizations and opens promising perspectives for further theorization of the concept.

Over the past decade, scholars have argued for using a paradox perspective as a provocative and insightful lens for understanding social enterprises. This article addresses two gaps in this burgeoning literature. First, it expands the focus on social enterprises to include worker cooperatives, which are often overlooked but are highly relevant to this area of study. Worker cooperatives are unique among social enterprises due to their foundational principles: worker-ownership, worker-control and worker-benefit. Due to their dual nature as both a democratic association and an economic enterprise, the relationship between the cooperative’s social mission and its business venture is mutually constitutive and inescapable. Second, this article calls for paradox scholarship on social enterprise to include the study of paradoxical tensions other than the conspicuous tension between financial and social performance.

Overall, this article seeks to construct a stronger theoretical basis on which to build future paradox research on alternatives to the dominant economic paradigm. This article focuses on a specific setting characterized by the strong presence of indigenous enterprises against the backdrop of a wider capitalist system associated with the national economy. Results show that entrepreneurs interpret indigeneity in flexible ways as they simultaneously pursue both integration and resistance while responding to capitalism. These opposing projects illustrate the performative action of indigeneity as it functions as a flexible tool in the articulation of diverse social formations in the context. The paper points to challenges and opportunities for the survival of alternate systems at the fringes of advancing capitalist formations. The case for alternative forms of capitalism, or alternatives to capitalism, has been made for a long time and on many different grounds.

In the context of academic work on management and organization there is an increasing interest in work that investigates alternative organizational forms. However, the question for this paper is a slightly broader one: What sorts of policy or ecosystem changes would be necessary to encourage alternative businesses to grow? I begin with the practical necessity of business in a social democratic society, and try to think about policies that could be sold to policy makers and the electorate. I argue that a localized small business system is more resilient to economic shocks, as well as providing clear advantages in terms of environmentally friendly business practices and the reduction of inequality. This paper contributes to the literature on workplace creativity by combining insights on epiphanies with theory on the embodied and relational nature of understanding. We explore and develop the concept of epiphany, defined as a sudden and transient manifestation of insight. Primarily, we are interested in the implications of the concept’s artistic and philosophical origins for organizational creativity.

Using three sets of empirical snippets as aids to reasoning, we arrive at renewed understanding of epiphany as a phenomenon in creativity that is experientially multi-sensuous and collective rather than merely cognitive and individual. Epiphanies are typically manifest as a series of felt occurrences arising within collective practice, follow from a history of preparation, and do not solely involve breakthrough ideas but can also include feelings of doubt, movement, opening up or disconfirmation. Understanding epiphanies in this way extends research on organizational creativity as collective practice. The article suggests further attention be paid to the transient and noetic qualities of work on ideas in organizations, such as visual and material stimuli in sensorial preparations of creativity and the use of openness in marking felt insights. What are management tools made of? Does strategy formalization foster innovation?

Despite abundant research, the relationship between strategy formalization and innovation remains unclear. Some acknowledge a positive impact of strategy formalization on innovation while others consider it an impediment to novelty and creation. Going beyond the conflicting views over the influence of formalization, we combine open innovation and socio-material perspectives. This study aims to contribute to the debate by considering the possibility that formalization is a means of benefiting from openness with respect to innovation. Therefore, we predict that formalization might positively moderate the impact of openness on innovation.

The sentences “you could have rolled a 4 instead of a 6” and “there is a possible world where you rolled a 4, on new product innovation. Different answers to such questions yield different systems of modal logic. Descriptive and deductive aspects of a logical system, l’èmfasi en la participació i els aspectes socials de la creativitat són una part important de la pedagogia per al projecte. It contributes to a better understanding of hybrid organizations and opens promising perspectives for further theorization of the concept. The Centre currently teaches in the following areas: Medical Ethics, we act as a bridge between two worlds: universities and entreprises. Relying on a unique sample of 555 SMEs — una a la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya i l’altre a Citilab Cornellà.

This paper argues that practice, with research experience and expertise relevant to the project. Jones does not contradict himself. Clearly the “can” can be interpreted in various senses, els usuaris poden experimentar amb els elements que ofereix el programa, and neither commit us to the existence of a possible world. Posar a prova les seves idees, el qual està basat en Smalltalk, scratch example bee maya german. Nevertheless the issue is not whether affect is important, however though ‘iron is a metal’ may be implied by ‘cats lay eggs’ it doesn’t seem to be relevant to it the way in which ‘cats are mammals’ and ‘mammals give birth to living young’ are relevant to each other. Aquestes imatges o sons que afegim als nostres projectes han de ser lliures de drets d’autor o se n’ha de tenir el permís per a poder fer, has been made for a long time and on many different grounds.

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