David M. Boje mainly focuses on Storytelling, Postmodernism, Narrative, Organizational storytelling and Antenarrative. His research integrates issues of Public relations and Media studies in his study of Storytelling. His work deals with themes such as Aesthetics, Dramaturgy, Organizational studies and Social science, which intersect with Postmodernism.
His Social science study combines topics in areas such as Organizational behavior, Oral interpretation, Organizational structure and Organizational theory. His Narrative research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Deconstruction and Rhetoric. David M. Boje interconnects Theme, Plot and Intertextuality in the investigation of issues within Narrative inquiry.
David M. Boje mostly deals with Storytelling, Narrative, Media studies, Postmodernism and Social science. David M. Boje has researched Storytelling in several fields, including Pedagogy, Globalization, Public relations, Sustainability and Politics. David M. Boje combines subjects such as Mythology and Development economics with his study of Globalization.
The Narrative study combines topics in areas such as Aesthetics and Social psychology. The various areas that David M. Boje examines in his Postmodernism study include Law, Power and Capitalism. His Social science study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Organizational change.
His primary scientific interests are in Storytelling, Globalization, Narrative, Antenarrative and Sustainability. His Storytelling study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Political economy, Engineering ethics and Politics. His study looks at the relationship between Politics and topics such as Commons, which overlap with Media studies.
His study looks at the relationship between Narrative and fields such as Aesthetics, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Antenarrative research incorporates elements of Indigenous, Creativity, Embodied cognition, Organizational theory and Negotiation. His studies in Sustainability integrate themes in fields like Branching, Environmental planning, Sensemaking, Reflexivity and Problem-based learning.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Storytelling, Sustainability, Antenarrative, Dozen and Supply chain. His Storytelling study introduces a deeper knowledge of Narrative. His Narrative research incorporates themes from Salient, Negotiation, Organizational theory, Materiality and Social constructionism.
His study in Sustainability is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Engineering ethics, Environmental planning, Action research, Politics and Problem-based learning. Social psychology, Scholarship and CONTEST is closely connected to Indigenous in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Antenarrative. His Dozen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Corporate social responsibility and Political economy.
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Narrative methods for organizational and communication research
David M. Boje.
The storytelling organization: A study of story performance in an office-supply firm.
David M. Boje.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1991)
STORIES OF THE STORYTELLING ORGANIZATION: A POSTMODERN ANALYSIS OF DISNEY AS "TAMARA-LAND"
David M. Boje.
Academy of Management Journal (1995)
Language and Organization: The Doing of Discourse
David M. Boje;Cliff Oswick;Jeffrey D. Ford.
Academy of Management Review (2004)
Postmodern Management and Organization Theory
David M. Boje;Robert P. Gephart;Tojo Joseph Thatchenkery.
Narrative Temporality: Implications for Organizational Research
Ann L. Cunliffe;John T. Luhman;David M. Boje.
Organization Studies (2004)
Effects of Organizational Strategies and Contextual Constraints on Centrality and Attributions of Influence in Interorganizational Networks.
David M. Boje;David A. Whetten.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1981)
An examination of the reliability and validity of the Aiken and Hage scales of centralization, formalization, and task routineness
Robert D. Dewar;David A. Whetten;David Boje.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1980)
Myth Making: A Qualitative Step in OD Interventions:
David M. Boje;Donald B. Fedor;Kendrith M. Rowland.
The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science (1982)
The Resurrection of Taylorism: Total Quality Management’s Hidden Agenda
David M. Boje;Robert D. Winsor.
Journal of Organizational Change Management (1993)
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