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Volume 22 - Upcoming articles
The aim of this paper to show that organizations are complex because the conversational or linguistic interactions between people, are complex. Because they are complex, conversations are a constant, inexhaustible but unpredictable source of differen... Read More
Mindfulness practice is gradually being recognized as an important strategy for supporting overall wellbeing to cope in a world shaped by constant change. The school environment is no exception. This paper reports on the outcomes of a mindfulness pro... Read Morewith SUE SMITH
This article describes the development and initial validation of an instrument of individual worldview which incorporates the three constructs which primarily differentiate worldview - level of explanation, causation, and observation, which are deepl... Read Morewith BEN WILSON MARK CASE JACOB WELCH
An important ability of institutions is their capacity to recognize new external knowledge so that they can revitalize outdated routines and stay clear of institutional lock in. However not much is known about what determines the absorptive capacity ... Read More
The article aims at expanding the conversation between organization theory and philosophy in the context of complexity studies. The focus is on a new study by Christiaan Maasdorp on the significance of Paul Ricoeur's concept of a narrative identity f... Read More