Knowledge and practice in business and organisations

Kevin Martin Orr (Editor), Sandra Margaret Nutley (Editor), Shona Louise Russell (Editor), Roderick Bain (Editor), Bonnie Hacking (Editor), Clare Moran (Editor)

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    Abstract

    Knowledge and Practice in Business and Organisations contributes to scholarly understanding of knowledge and practice, mapping the conceptual terrain, providing a critical review of debates in the field and setting out key theoretical perspectives. Knowledge and practice are explored in a range of organisational and policy settings through six context-specific discussions. The collection helps shape the field, identify areas for future research inquiry, and suggest implications for practitioners.

    The range of sites of inquiry represented in the book (e.g. craft working, accounting, public sector organisations, creative industries, health care, and so on) make the book distinctive, enabling the reader to connect debates and ideas from across a range of sectors and disciplines. The book charts different currents of debate which have hitherto tended to remain unconnected. This book provides an excellent introduction to a set of concepts that have animated scholarly conversations across a range of disciplines and provides cases and examples of practices from beyond any one particular sector.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationNew York
    PublisherRoutledge Taylor & Francis Group
    Number of pages256
    ISBN (Electronic)9781315674025
    ISBN (Print)9781138940857
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 26 Apr 2016

    Publication series

    NameRoutledge advances in organizational learning and knowledge management
    Volume2

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