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The Routledge companion to visual organization

Contributor(s): Bell, Emma, Editor | Schroeder, Jonathan E, Editor | Warren, Samantha, Editor.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Routledge companions in business, management and accounting.Publisher: London Routledge 2013Description: xx, 402 pages.ISBN: 9780415783675; 9780203725610.Other title: Companion to visual organization.Subject(s): Organizational change - Research | Social media | Management - Technological innovationsDDC classification: 658.406 Online resources: E-Book Summary: The visual constitutes an increasingly significant element of contemporary organization, as post-industrial societies move towards economies founded on creative and knowledge-intensive industries. The visual has thereby entered into almost every aspect of corporate strategy, operations, and communication; reconfiguring basic notions of management practice and introducing new challenges in the study of organizations. This volume provides a comprehensive insight into the ways in which organizations and their members visualize their identities and practices and how they are viewed by those who are external to organizations, including researchers. With contributions from leading academics across the world, The Routledge Companion to Visual Organization is a valuable reference source for students and academics interested in disciplines such as film studies, entrepreneurship, marketing, sociology and most importantly, organizational behaviour. (http://www.tandfebooks.com/doi/view/10.4324/9780203725610)
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Content:

Introduction: Mapping the Field of Visual Organization (Emma Bell, Samantha Warren and Jonathan Schroeder) Part I: Thinking Visually About Organization 1. Between the Visible and Invisible in Organizations (Wendelin Küpers) 2. The Visual Organization: Barthesian Perspectives (Jane Davison) 3. The Method of Juxtaposition: Unfolding the Visual Turn in Organization Studies (Bent M. Sørensen) 4. The Limits of Visualization: Occularcentrism and Organization (Donncha Kavannagh) Part II: Strategies of Visual Organization 5. Constructing the Visual Consumer (Lisa Peñaloza and Alex Thompson) 6. Cultural Production and Consumption of Images in the Marketplace (Laurie Meamber) 7. Portraiture and the Construction of Charismatic Leadership (Beatriz Acevedo) 8. The Signs and Semiotics of Advertising (Norah Campbell) 9. Art, Artist and Aesthetics For Visual Organizational Strategy (Pierre Guillet de Monthoux) Part III: Visual Methodologies and Methods 10. Methodological Ways of Seeing and Knowing (Dvora Yanow) 11. Navigating the Scattered and Fragmented: Visual Rhetoric, Visual Studies and Visual Communication (Kelly Norris Martin) 12. Using Video Ethnography to Study Entrepreneurship (Jean Clarke) 13. Ethnographic Videography and Filmmaking for Consumer Research (Ekant Veer) 14. Drawing as a Method of Organizational Analysis (David R. Stiles) 15. Visual Sociology and Work Organization: An Historical Approach (Tim Strangleman) Part IV: Visual Identities and Practices 16. Arts-Based Interventions and Organizational Development: It's what you don't See (Ariane Berthoin Antal, Steven S. Taylor and Donna Ladkin) 17. Towards an Understanding of Corporate Web Identity (Carole Elliott and Sarah Robinson) 18. Visual Workplace Identities: Objects, Emotion and Resistance (Harriet Shortt, Jan Betts and Samantha Warren) 19. Managing Operations and Teams Visually (Nicola Bateman) 20. Social Media and Organizations (Pauline Leonard) 21. Simulated Organizational Realities (Steve G. Hoffman) Part V: Representing Organizations Visually 22. The Organization of Vision within Professions (Alexander Styhre) 23. Visual Authenticity and Organizational Sustainability (Emma Bell and McArthur) 26. (Seeing) Organizing in Popular Culture: Discipline and Method (Martin Parker)

The visual constitutes an increasingly significant element of contemporary organization, as post-industrial societies move towards economies founded on creative and knowledge-intensive industries. The visual has thereby entered into almost every aspect of corporate strategy, operations, and communication; reconfiguring basic notions of management practice and introducing new challenges in the study of organizations.

This volume provides a comprehensive insight into the ways in which organizations and their members visualize their identities and practices and how they are viewed by those who are external to organizations, including researchers.

With contributions from leading academics across the world, The Routledge Companion to Visual Organization is a valuable reference source for students and academics interested in disciplines such as film studies, entrepreneurship, marketing, sociology and most importantly, organizational behaviour.

(http://www.tandfebooks.com/doi/view/10.4324/9780203725610)

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