SAGE Journal Articles
Free to access journal articles will give you more insight into key topics outlined in each chapter.
- A study examining the blurring of lines between individual sectors, characterized by a growing emphasis on science.
Bromley, P., & Meyer, J. W. (2017). ‘They are all organizations’: The cultural roots of blurring between the nonprofit, business, and government sectors. Administration & Society, 49(7), 939–966.
- A study about the building of social capital to develop soft skills.
Andreas, S. (2018). Effects of the decline of social capital on college graduates’ soft skills. Industry and Higher Education, 32(1), 47–56.
- An article about the insidious organizational use of seemingly innocuous metaphors.
Müller, M. (2017). ‘Brandspeak’: Metaphors and the rhetorical construction of internal branding. Organization, 25(1), 42–68.
- A study which explores how the instruments supposed to ensure our safety and make organizations more reliable can lead a team to destruction.
Berthod, O., & Müller-Seitz, G. (2017) Making sense in pitch darkness: an exploration of the sociomateriality of sensemaking in crises. Journal of Management Inquiry, 27(1), 52–68.
- An innovative study about how activists introduce extraorganizational sensemaking into the arena of the organization.
Aguinas, H., & Glavas, A. (2017). On corporate social responsibility, sensemaking, and the search for meaningfulness through work. Journal of Management.