Order and disorder in a Born Global organisation
Yan, L. and Panteli, N., 2011. Order and disorder in a Born Global organisation. New Technology Work and Employment, 26 (2), pp. 127-145.
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In this paper, we explore Goffman's social order in an emergent organisational form featuring global dispersion, technology mediation, and the lack of established structure and routines. In a 14-month case study, we documented practices of ordering, disordering and individual ordering. We propose a processual approach of social order and highlight the importance of identification in social order practices.
|Creators||Yan, L.and Panteli, N.|
|Departments||School of Management|
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