His scientific interests lie mostly in Social science, Organizational studies, Organizational learning, Organization development and Social psychology. His study in the field of Social constructionism also crosses realms of Business economics. His Organizational studies study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Field and Dialogical self.
His research investigates the connection between Organizational learning and topics such as Public relations that intersect with problems in Conversation. His Conversation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rhetoric and Metaphor. His Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Ethos, Institutional logic, Pathos, Argumentation theory and Rhetorical question.
David Grant focuses on Social science, Knowledge management, Public relations, Organizational studies and Organizational learning. The concepts of his Social science study are interwoven with issues in Engineering ethics and Discourse analysis. His work is dedicated to discovering how Knowledge management, Organizational change are connected with Power and other disciplines.
His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Public sector, New public management, Collective identity and Negotiation. He works mostly in the field of Organizational learning, limiting it down to topics relating to Organization development and, in certain cases, Organizational theory, Social psychology and Dialogic, as a part of the same area of interest. David Grant interconnects Cognitive science, Conversation and Metaphor in the investigation of issues within Organizational theory.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social science, Knowledge management, Discourse analysis, Public relations and Organizational change. His Social science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Tone and Organization development. His research integrates issues of Conversation, Set and Organizational theory in his study of Organization development.
His study in Knowledge management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both PEST analysis, Management and Professional services. His work carried out in the field of Discourse analysis brings together such families of science as Context, Critical discourse analysis and Organizational knowledge. His Public relations course of study focuses on Negotiation and Rhetorical modes and Business model.
His primary areas of investigation include Social science, Social psychology, Organizational studies, Organizational change and Critical discourse analysis. In the field of Social psychology, his study on Impression management overlaps with subjects such as Financial crisis. His Organizational studies study contributes to a more complete understanding of Organizational learning.
David Grant has included themes like Cohesion, Organization development and Set in his Organizational learning study. His Organizational change study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Juncture, Management, Organizational architecture and Behavioural sciences. His studies in Critical discourse analysis integrate themes in fields like Critical management studies and Discourse analysis, Civil discourse.
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Discourse and Collaboration: The Role of Conversations and Collective Identity
Cynthia Hardy;Thomas B. Lawrence;David Grant.
The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Discourse
D Grant;C Hardy;C Oswick;LL Putnam.
The Social Construction of Leadership: A Sailing Guide
Gail T. Fairhurst;David Grant.
Management Communication Quarterly (2010)
Discourse and Organization
David Grant;Tom Keenoy;Cliff Oswick.
METAPHOR AND ANALOGICAL REASONING IN ORGANIZATION THEORY: BEYOND ORTHODOXY
Cliff Oswick;Tom Keenoy;David Grant.
Academy of Management Review (2002)
Metaphor and organizations
David Grant;Cliff Oswick.
Organizational Discourse and New Organization Development Practices
Robert J. Marshak;David Grant.
British Journal of Management (2008)
Introduction: Organizational Discourse: Exploring the Field
David Grant;Cynthia Hardy;Cliff Oswick;Linda Putnam.
Introduction: Struggles with Organizational Discourse
David Grant;Cynthia Hardy.
Organization Studies (2004)
Organizational Discourse: Key Contributions and Challenges
David Grant;Tom Keenoy;Cliff Oswick.
International Studies of Management and Organization (2001)
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