SAGE Journal Articles
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- This article outlines a novel approach to the role of models in innovation processes: showing how innovative architectural outcomes result from the strategic management of multiple physical models in a design process.
Naar, L., & Clegg, S. (2018). Models as strategic actants in innovative architecture. Journal of Management Inquiry, 27(1), 26–39.
- This article applies a structuralist approach to the ecosystem construct.
Adner, R. (2017). Ecosystem as structure: An actionable construct for strategy. Journal of Management, 43(1), 39–58.
- This article examines whether MOOCs carry disruptive potential to universities.
Teece, D. J. (2018). Managing the university: Why ‘organized anarchy’ is unacceptable in the age of massive open online courses. Strategic Organization, 16(1), 92–102.
- The article examines the dialectical tensions in the climate change debate.
Porter, A. J., Kuhn, T. R., & Nerlich, B. (2018). Organizing authority in the climate change debate: IPCC controversies and the management of dialectical tensions. Organization Studies, 39(7), 873–898.
- The article critically examines approaches to poverty reduction in developing countries.
Banerjee, S. B., & Jackson, L. (2017). Microfinance and the business of poverty reduction: Critical perspectives from rural Bangladesh. Human Relations, 70(1), 63–91.
- This article explores why the past is important when changing for the future.
Suddaby, R., & Foster, W. M. (2017). History and organizational change. Journal of Management, 43(1), 19–38.
- A special issue in Organization Studies.
Smith, W. K., Erez, M., Jarvenpaa, S., Lewis, M. W., & Tracey, P. (2017). Adding complexity to theories of paradox, tensions, and dualities of innovation and change: Introduction to organization studies special issue on paradox, tensions, and dualities of innovation and change. Organization Studies, 38(3–4), 303–317.
- This article explores the importance of generating tensions and responses to tensions for driving organization change.
Panayiotou, A., Putnam, L. L., & Kassinis, G. (2017). Generating tensions: A multilevel, process analysis of organizational change. Strategic Organization.