Doing Organizational Ethnography

Doing Organizational Ethnography


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781138617001
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 06/09/2018
Series: Routledge Studies in Management, Organizations and Society Series
Pages: 210
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Anne Reff Pedersen is Associate Professor in the Department of Organization at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.

Didde Maria Humle is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Copenhagen Business School and University College UCC, Denmark.

Table of Contents

1. Doing Organizational Ethnography

Anne Reff Pedersen and Didde Maria Humle

Part 1: Studies of Strategy, Conflict, and Branding in Nonprofit and Private Organizations

2. Everyday Conflict at Work: An Organizational Sensemaking Ethnography

Elisabeth Naima Mikkelsen and discussant Barbara Gray

3. Doing Strategy: A Performative Organizational Ethnography

Marie Mathiesen and discussant Chahrazad Abdallah

4. Examining Branding in Organizations by Using Critical Organizational Ethnography

Sanne Frandsen and discussant Dan Kärreman

Part 2: Knowledge Organizations and Studies of Everyday Work

5. A Web of Work-life Stories: A Narrative Organizational Ethnography

Didde Maria Humle and discussant David M. Boje

6. The Logic of Nursing Work: An Organizational Ethnography of Practice

Jette Ernst and discussant Davide Nicolini

7. Contexting the Patient: A Meeting Ethnography of Patient Involvement in Quality Development

Mette Brehm Johansen and discussant Anne Reff Pedersen

Part 3: Public Organization Studies of Management and Collaborative Innovation

8. Meaning Negotiations of Collaborative Governance: A Discourse-Based Ethnography

Mie Plotnikov and discussant Danielle Zandee

9. Leadership of Collaborative Innovation in the Public Sector: An Engaged-Scholarship Ethnography

Jesper Rohr Hansen and discussant Steven Griggs

10. Montage Ethnography: Editing and Co-Analyzing Voices from the Field

Morten Arnfred and discussant Mike Rowe

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