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Mechanisms, Interactional Fields and Functional Kinds of Explaining Organizational Change

Buttriss, Gary; Wilkinson, Ian F.


An interest in interaction stems form an underlying interest in how things happen. This represents a move from a classical perspective focusing on discrete exchange to the links, actions, and bonds � that acts, processes and location of change and development in interconnected relationships and business networks or markets. This requires a processual or relational approach to understanding in contrast to a substantialist or variables-based approach. The paper suggests that one way of advancing...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2011
Type: Conference paper
Source: Abusive Supervision and Subordinate's Outcomes. The Moderating role of Power Distance BEST DOCTORAL PAPER AWARD and INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT STREAM AWARD


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