Current affiliation: Stockholm UniversitySubject speciality: Business & ManagementPrimary location: Sweden
Published in:OrganizationPublication date:2014-08-28
Transvestites do not simply seek to pass as members of the opposite sex or exaggerate stereotypical gender practices through drag, but combine a nu...
Published in:Deleuze and the SocialPublication date:2006-06-21
This paper engages with the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze to challenge static concepts of organisation and explore how the virtual nature of reality...
Published in:International Journal of Work Organisation and EmotionPublication date:2012-01-01
Research accounts may become more genuinely embodied if we dare to reflect about our gendered and visceral experiences of working in organisations.
Published in:International Journal of Work Organisation and EmotionPublication date:2011-01-01
This paper challenges binary and disembodied notions of gender by critically reflecting about our own masculine and transgender embodiment.
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2011-01-01
This book explores how organizations seek to kill and exploit the monsters inhabiting their environs - whether aliens and superhumans in the sci-fi...
Published in:Gender Work and OrganizationPublication date:2008-08-01
Introducing and summarizing the five papers of this special issue, the editorial draws attention to the sense in which sexuality is performed, expr...
Published in:Gender Work and OrganizationPublication date:2009-12-11
Published in:Critical Management Studies at WorkPublication date:Not available
This paper addresses a central paradox in university teaching by examining how radical critique and classroom dialogue may be promoted through the ...
Published in:Gender Work and OrganizationPublication date:2009-05-01
Through an examination of contemporary sex education materials, this paper argues that their celebration of sex risks reinforcing gender stereotype...
Published in:Handbook of Management and CreativityPublication date:Not available
Based on two cases of pro-creative office design, this paper shows that this form of open spatial landscaping may undermine the spontaneous interac...
Published in:Journal of AESTHETICS & CULTUREPublication date:2010-01-11
Published in:Culture and OrganizationPublication date:2004-09-01
Published in:Equal Opportunities InternationalPublication date:2008-09-19
Published in:Gender Work and OrganizationPublication date:2015-12-15
Gender, Work and Organization
Postscript: Queer Endings/Queer Beginnings
Published in:Equality Diversity and Inclusion An International JournalPublication date:2014-09-15
Published in:Culture and OrganizationPublication date:2009-03-01
Published in:Managing ‘Human Resources’ by Exploiting and Exploring People’s PotentialsPublication date:2012-01-01
Published in:Management LearningPublication date:1999-12-01
Published in:OrganizationPublication date:2006-03-01
Published in:Organization StudiesPublication date:2002-09-01
Published in:OrganizationPublication date:2014-12-04
Published in:LeadershipPublication date:2013-07-22
Published in:Organization StudiesPublication date:2007-10-01
Formal organization is often seen as the opposite of change or as being resistant to change. Drawing on the concepts of multiplicity and virtuality...
Published in:OrganizationPublication date:2011-07-07