The political event : impossibilities of repositioning organisation theory

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Böhm, Steffen;
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In this thesis I outline a political problem of positioning organisation theory. I\ud maintain that there are projects of positioning, depositioning and repositioning,\ud which articulate organisation in different political ways. To dialectically critique\ud the politic... View more
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