Projecting space: how organizational members project themselves in an upcoming space?
Markman, Eliel (2014-06), Projecting space: how organizational members project themselves in an upcoming space?, 4th Organizations, Artifacts and Practices (OAP) Workshop, 2014-06, Rome, Italie
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference title4th Organizations, Artifacts and Practices (OAP) Workshop
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Abstract (EN)Space reconfiguration and architecture is an important element for organizations (Berg & Kreiner, 1992). Thus, a new/building office inauguration is always an important moment of organizational life. It implies great changes and provide a great opportunity to scan organizational culture as long as space translates an organizational habitus (Gagliardi, 1992). Indeed, many studies explore space appropriation, or culture redefinition through a new building or working space (Hofbauer, 2000), but to our knowledge no one got interested into whatever happens before moving. As a matter a fact, in most of the cases, a relocation is something cautiously prepared for organization members to anticipate the upcoming move. So the questions that we will address here are: - How can a future relocation shape present organizational life? - How organization members project themselves in an upcoming space?
Subjects / KeywordsComportement organisationnel; Espace (architecture); Space reconfiguration; Rules; Material artifacts; Performativity; Normativity; Organizational practices; Affordance; Materiality; Space
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