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ScholarOne - BEYOND THE BUZZ: SCHOLARLY APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF WORK
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  • Pedro Monteiro,
  • Davide Nicolini,
  • Ingrid Erickson,
  • Lisa Cohen,
  • Gina Dokko,
  • Greetje Corporaal,
  • Arvind Karunakaran,
  • Beth Bechky,
  • Siobhan O’Mahony
Pedro Monteiro
Copenhagen Business School

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Abstract

The place of work in organization studies and management has waxed and waned. Yet, today, social and technological developments have raised again interest in the study of work and this curated discussion brings together experts in key approaches to this topic. Seven contributions have been selected to provide a panorama of what we know about work while pointing to some uncharted territories worthy of future exploration. The contributions outline the principles behind and value of systemic, contextualized, or holistic view of work and report insights on how changes in some work components reverberate in its broader ecology. We hope this curated discussion will make us more aware of the collective journey scholars have charted so far while posing new questions and opening or re-directing new avenues of inquiry.
26 Jan 2024Submitted to Advance
09 Apr 2024Published in Advance