Knowledge management, Path dependence, Process, Structuration theory and Project networks are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Specialization and Dilemma in addition to Knowledge management. Jörg Sydow has researched Path dependence in several fields, including Resource dependence theory, Flexibility and Institutionalisation.
His Process research incorporates elements of Mechanism, Agency, Social psychology and Process management. Jörg Sydow interconnects Organizational behavior, Group decision-making and Set in the investigation of issues within Process management. His Structuration theory study incorporates themes from Social theory, Legitimation, Seven Management and Planning Tools and Normative.
His main research concerns Knowledge management, Path dependence, Process, Public relations and Perspective. His studies deal with areas such as Corporate governance, Field and Set as well as Knowledge management. The various areas that he examines in his Path dependence study include Positive economics and Industrial organization.
His Process research integrates issues from Structuration theory, Entrepreneurship and Process management. Jörg Sydow conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Structuration theory and German.
His primary areas of investigation include Knowledge management, Field, Public relations, Path dependence and Inter organizational. His work in the fields of Human resource management overlaps with other areas such as Predictability, Network dynamics and Perspective. His Human resource management study deals with Structuration theory intersecting with Industrial relations.
His research investigates the connection with Public relations and areas like Process which intersect with concerns in Social relation, Marketing and Information technology. His Path dependence research incorporates themes from Social psychology, Criticism and Citation. His research in Corporate governance tackles topics such as Project network which are related to areas like Process management.
His primary areas of study are Public relations, Field, Process, Knowledge management and Constitution. In the field of Public relations, his study on Social responsibility, Corporate social responsibility and Interorganizational network overlaps with subjects such as Dimension and Value creation. His Field research includes elements of New product development, Control, Supply chain management, Coopetition and Industrial organization.
The concepts of his Process study are interwoven with issues in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. Knowledge management connects with themes related to Project management in his study. His Set research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Phenomenon, Face and Process management.
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Strategische Netzwerke: Evolution und Organisation
Organizational Path Dependence: Opening the Black Box
Jörg Sydow;Georg Schreyögg;Jochen Koch.
Academy of Management Review (2009)
Project-Based Organizations, Embeddedness and Repositories of Knowledge: Editorial
Jörg Sydow;Lars Lindkvist;Robert DeFillippi.
Organization Studies (2004)
Organizing and Evaluating Interfirm Networks: a Structurationist Perspective on Network Processes and Effectiveness
Jorg Sydow;Arnold Windeler.
Organization Science (1998)
Organisation als reflexive Strukturation
Günther Ortmann;Jörg Sydow;Arnold Windeler.
CROSSROADS---Organizing for Fluidity? Dilemmas of New Organizational Forms
Georg Schreyögg;Jörg Sydow.
Organization Science (2010)
The Institutional Embeddedness of Project Networks: The Case of Content Production in German Television
Jörg Sydow;Udo Staber.
Regional Studies (2002)
Organizational Adaptive Capacity A Structuration Perspective
Udo Staber;Jörg Sydow.
Journal of Management Inquiry (2002)
Steuerung von und in Netzwerken — Perspektiven, Konzepte, vor allem aber offene Fragen
Jörg Sydow;Arnold Windeler.
Organisatorische Pfade – Von der Pfadabhängigkeit zur Pfadkreation?
Jochen Koch;Jörg Sydow;Georg Schreyögg.
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