The Poetic Organization explores the inherent aspects of organization that revolve around poetic processes. This book is a commentary on poetic elements in organization that are critical to developmental areas of organizations, yet poetics are rarely given the attention deserved.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Product dimensions:||5.70(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Dr Alexandra Pitsis is a writer whose work primarily revolves around poetics. Published works include chapters on 'Artaud's Poetic Vision and Some Comments on Frederick Taylor' (2009) and 'Cartographies of a Life' (2007). Her research interests include examining how poetics is the unspoken and intricate weave of organizations and bringing this into play through unconventional workshops and creative training.
Table of Contents
PART I: THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK 1. Introduction 2. A Trajectory of Poetics in Organization 3. Examining the Fictive as a Methodological Stance 4 Research Practices, Key Terms and Descriptors PART II: EXPLORING THE POETIC IN COACH ENGAGEMENTS 5. Description and Analysis, Poetic Profiles 6. Interpretations Emerging from Data 7. Interviews and Workshops 8. Jack and the Scripts for R and R Coaching PART III: DISCUSSION, CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE ISSUES 9. Discussion 10. Conclusions and Future Issues