Martha S. Feldman spends much of her time researching Perspective, Cognitive psychology, Knowledge management, Social psychology and Performative utterance. Her Cognitive psychology research includes themes of Phenomenon, Agency, Institutionalisation and Organizational learning. The study incorporates disciplines such as Practice theory, Interdependence and Technological determinism in addition to Knowledge management.
In general Social psychology study, her work on Organisation climate often relates to the realm of Wish, Organizational storytelling and Mythology, thereby connecting several areas of interest. She integrates Performative utterance and Structure in her research. Her study in Action is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Unit of analysis, Ostensive definition and Flexibility.
Martha S. Feldman mainly focuses on Action, Knowledge management, Process, Cognitive science and Public relations. Martha S. Feldman integrates several fields in her works, including Action, Structure and Dynamics. In her articles, Martha S. Feldman combines various disciplines, including Structure and Performative utterance.
Her Organizational learning and Organizational network analysis study in the realm of Knowledge management interacts with subjects such as Perspective. Her research investigates the link between Process and topics such as Process management that cross with problems in Public management and Operations management. Her Cognitive science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Interdependence, Ostensive definition and Flexibility.
Cognitive science, Action, Dynamics, Data science and Template are her primary areas of study. Her Cognitive science study combines topics in areas such as Novelty, Sociomateriality, Sensemaking and Artificial intelligence. Her Action research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Physical body, Process and Process management.
Her Dynamics study spans across into areas like Management science, Stock, Chart and Field. Her Management science study combines topics in areas such as Phenomenon, Organization science and Organizational change. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quality, Grounded theory and Coding in addition to Data science.
Her main research concerns Action, Process management, Process, Management development and Relevance. Her studies in Management development integrate themes in fields like Practice theory, Conversation and Engineering ethics.
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Reconceptualizing Organizational Routines as a Source of Flexibility and Change
Martha S. Feldman;Brian T. Pentland.
Information in Organizations as Signal and Symbol.
Martha S. Feldman;James G. March.
Organizational Routines as a Source of Continuous Change
Martha S. Feldman.
Theorizing Practice and Practicing Theory
Martha S. Feldman;Wanda J. Orlikowski.
The uniqueness paradox in organizational stories.
Joanne Martin;Martha S. Feldman;Mary Jo Hatch;Sim B. Sitkin.
Organizational routines as a unit of analysis
Brian T. Pentland;Martha S. Feldman.
Reconstructing Reality in the Courtroom: Justice and Judgment in American Culture
W. Lance Bennett;Martha S. Feldman.
Order Without Design: Information Production and Policy Making
Martha S Feldman.
Strategies for Interpreting Qualitative Data
Martha S. Feldman.
Organizational Routines as Sources of Connections and Understandings
Martha S. Feldman;Anat Rafaeli.
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