David M. Boje Ph.D.
New Mexico State University
LONDON STORYTELLING CONFERENCE session
|Example - Beth Mott - computer
software narrative frames
|Figure 1 - Narrative Frames and Leadership X, Y, & Z|
|Figure 2 - 8 types|
|Leadership Out of the Box - main site|
|Boje, D.. (2001). Accounting is Specularity and Storytelling. June 7th. This is an antenarrative approach to accounting.|
|Boje, D. M. (1998). "The Postmodern Turn form Stories-as-Objects to Stories-in-Context Methods" 1998 Research Methods Forum No. 3 (Fall 1998): 1-4.|
Boje, D. M. (2001) Plot and Emplotment. June 7, 2001 Summary and Notes from Boje (2001) narrative Methods for Organizational and Communication Research. London: Sage Publishing.
|Boje, D. M., Grace Ann Rosile
|Boje, D. M. (2000) "Nike Corporate Writing of Academic, Business, and Cultural Practices." Management Communication Quarterly, issue on Essays for the Popular Management Forum, Volume 14, Number 3: 507-516.|
|Boje, D. M. (1999) Nike, Greek Goddess of Victory or Cruelty? Women's Stories of Asian Factory Life." Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol II(8): 461-480.|
Boje, D. M. (2000). Toward a Narrative Ethics for Modern and Postmodern Organization Science. May, 2000, in 2nd Review.
Boje, D. M., Rosile, G., Dennehy, R. & Summers, D. J. (1997) “Restorying reengineering: Some deconstructions and postmodern alternatives.” Communication Research. 24(6): 631-668.
TAMARA: Journal of Critical Postmodern Organization Science http:TamaraJournal.com See Vol 1 Issue 2 Corporate Predators Special Issue
Boje, D. M. (2001). Apparel Industry is Tamara-land Tamara: Journal of Critical Postmodern Organization Science, Vol 1 (1): 6-19.
DEATH DESIRE AND MOTIVATION THEORY CMS conference session
Boje, D. M. & Grace Ann Rosile (2001). Death, Terror and Addiction in Motivation Theory Paper delivered at the Critical Management Studies Conference July 11-13 2001 hosted by Manchester School of Management UMIST, England. Submitted to the "passion of organising" stream.
See answers from MBA students (requires password)
Boje, D. M. (2001). Carnivalesque Resistance to Global Spectacle: A Critical Postmodern Theory of Public Administration. In submission to Administrative Theory & Praxis special issue on Radical Organization Theory, Lisa Zanetti (ed). April 12, 2001; Revised April 30, 2001
Boje, D. M. & Grace Ann Rosile (2001). Where's the Power in Empowerment? Answers from Follett and Clegg. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science.
SPECTACLE, FESTIVAL & CARNIVAL THEATRICS Egos Session
Figure 1: Existential Map of Spectacle, Carnival, and Festival.
Boje, D. M. (2001). Spectacle and Inter-Spectacle in The Matrix and Organization Theory. October 29, 1999; Revise September 5, 2000. Chapter 7 in Parker, Martin, Geoff Lightfoot, Matthew Higgins and Warren Smith (2001) Science Fiction and Organization, London: Routledge. pp. 101-122
Boje, D. M. (2001) Book on line Spectacles and Festivals of Organization. In process, CA: Hampton Press. To access nee (ID=aggie359 PASS=adventure). Pages move about contact firstname.lastname@example.org for copy
Boje, D. M. (2000b) "Global Theatrics of Capitalism." Paper for the 2001 Academy of Management symposium on Theatrics, Washington D.C. August.
Boje, D. M. (2000d) "Theatrics of Control: Tamara of Spectacle, Festival, and Carnival." First draft, November 28, 2000. This paper is about Nike Theatrics in Asia and presents an example of carnivalesque resistance.
Boje, D. M. ,G. A. Rosile, and Simon Malbogat (2000) "Festival, Spectacle and Carnival: Theatrics of Organizational Development and Change." Presentation to ODC division of Academy of Management, Toronto, August, 2000.
Boje, D. M. (2000) "Las Vegas Spectacles: Organization Power over the Body." M@n@ging Journal, special issue on Deconstructing Las Vegas.
Boje, D. M. (2000). Festivalism at Work: Toward Ahimsa in Production and Consumption. November 2, 1999; Updated September 7, 2000. In Jerry Biberman and Mike Whitty (Eds.) The Spirit and Work Reader University of Scranton Press.
Boje, D. M. & Grace Ann Rosile (2001). Festival, Spectacle, and Carnival: Theatrics of Organization Development and Change. Session and workshop at Academy of Management Meetings, August, 2000 in Toronto.
Boje, D. M. & Grace Ann Rosile (2001) Organizations as Theater. A symposium accepted by the Research Methods, Organizational Development & Change, and Organization & Management Theory Divisions of the Academy of Management for presentation August, 2002 in Washington D.C.
For more Links to Theatrics, please consult:
SEAM (Socio Economic Analysis of Management), Transorganizational Development and Postmodern Extension
|Hidden Cost Analysis|
|Look at plot and emplotment, & 3 mimetic moments|
|Boje, D. M. (2001) Plot and Emplotment. June 7, 2001 Summary and Notes from Boje (2001) narrative Methods for Organizational and Communication Research. London: Sage Publishing.|
|Green Accounting (Gameboard) is a way to switch from a functionalist accounting to one that is green.|
|SEAM occurs with the Spectacle MATRIX|
NIKE Presentations - EGOS conference
Proposal: Creating a Research Agenda to Examine the Global Manufacturing Practices of Nike Corporation and its Subcontractors
Nike Tamara Figure 1
Annotated references to Academics Studying Nike and Athletic Apparel Industry
Monitoring the Monitors
List of Current Study Projects
Boje, D. M., Grace Ann Rosile & J. Dámaso Miguel Alcantara Carrillo (2001) The Kuk Dong Story: When the Fox Guards the Hen House.
Boje, D. M. (2001) Nike Globe Project: Find the Factories.
Boje, D. M. (2001) Campus Apparel Project
Boje, D. M. (2001) Nike In the News
Nancy E. Landrum and David M. Boje (2001) Kairos: Strategies just in time in the Asian athletic footwear industry .Pre-publication Draft of Chapter 6, To appear in Book titled: Asian Post-crisis Management Edited by Usha Haley, expected publication date 2001.
Boje, D. M. & Nancy Landrum (2001) Athletic Apparel & Nike, Academy of Management August 4th Professional Development Workshop in Washington D.C.
TAMARA: Journal of Critical Postmodern Organization Science http://TamaraJournal.com/ See Vol 1 Issue 2 Corporate Predators Special Issue
|Boje, D. M. (2001). Apparel Industry is Tamara-land Tamara: Journal of Critical Postmodern Organization Science, Vol 1 (1): 6-19.|