Translating Organizational Change

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Barbara Czarniawska-Joerges, Guje Sevón
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1996 - Social Science - 284 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
The Contents of the Volume
8
Received Images of Change
14
An Idea Is Objectified
26
An Idea Travels
34
An Idea Is Enacted
39
Organizational Imitation in Identity Transformation
49
What Am I Like?
57
The Supply of Management Fashion
125
What Is the Scope of Management Fashion
136
New Institutionalism and Deinstitutionalization
143
Fashion as a Socially Constructed Reality
153
Contrasting the Three Perspectives
164
Toward the Increasing Relevance of Fashion on Organizational Analysis
171
Dimensions to Globalization
178
Change in Social Organization
187

Concluding Remarks
66
Organizational Identities Are Derived from Organizational Fields
72
Imitating Success
78
Editing Rules
85
Institutional Isomorphism and Organizational Heterogeneity
91
Institutionalized Forms of Activity
98
An Institutional Logic in Play
113
Norms of Rationality and Progress
122
The Story of the Lake Transport Company
197
A Fresh Vocabulary
209
The Story of the Lake Transport Company Retold
220
Interjection
232
Types of Ideas
250
On the Authors
273
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