His scientific interests lie mostly in Epistemology, Social science, Perspective, Habitus and Organizational analysis. Epistemology is closely attributed to Social psychology in his work. His studies deal with areas such as Indeterminacy, Vocabulary and Metaphysics as well as Social psychology.
The various areas that Robert Chia examines in his Social science study include Ontology and Style. Set is closely connected to Methodological individualism in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Ontology. Robert Chia combines subjects such as Thought style, Substantivism and Discourse analysis, Civil discourse with his study of Organizational analysis.
Robert Chia focuses on Epistemology, Knowledge management, Social science, Strategic management and Public relations. His work carried out in the field of Epistemology brings together such families of science as Social psychology and Organizational analysis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Peripheral vision, Strategic control, Strategic planning and Organizational culture.
His Social science research includes elements of Ontology, Environmental ethics, Realm, Postmodernism and Style. His studies in Strategic management integrate themes in fields like Political economy, Process management and Systems thinking. In his study, Storytelling is strongly linked to Elite, which falls under the umbrella field of Public relations.
His primary scientific interests are in Epistemology, Cognitive science, Habitus, Knowledge management and History. His Epistemology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Revelation and Humanities. His Cognitive science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dialogical self, Expression, Face and Meaning.
Robert Chia interconnects Affordance, Public relations and Social theory in the investigation of issues within Habitus. His research investigates the connection between Affordance and topics such as Organizational learning that intersect with problems in Perception. His Innovation management study in the realm of Knowledge management interacts with subjects such as Separable space.
Robert Chia spends much of his time researching Affordance, Habitus, Environmental ethics, Scholarship and Function. The Affordance study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive science and Dynamic capabilities. His Habitus research integrates issues from Knowledge management, Organizational learning, Originality, Social theory and Organizational culture.
His Environmental ethics study incorporates themes from Diversity, Law, Optimal distinctiveness theory and Openness to experience. He has researched Scholarship in several fields, including Reflexivity, General partnership and Public relations. His Function research incorporates themes from Great Society, Adventure and Prosperity.
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On Organizational Becoming: Rethinking Organizational Change
Haridimos Tsoukas;Robert Chia.
Organization Science (2002)
From Modern to Postmodern Organizational Analysis
Organization Studies (1995)
Strategy as Practical Coping: A Heideggerian Perspective
Robert Chia;Robin Holt.
Organization Studies (2006)
Post-processual challenges for the emerging strategy-as-practice perspective: Discovering strategy in the logic of practice
Robert C H Chia;Brad MacKay.
Human Relations (2007)
A 'rhizomic' model of organizational change and transformation: perspective from a metaphysics of change
British Journal of Management (1999)
Discourse Analysis Organizational Analysis
The Problem of Reflexivity in Organizational Research: Towards a Postmodern Science of Organization
Strategy without Design: The Silent Efficacy of Indirect Action
Robert C. H. Chia;Robin Holt.
Researching Strategy Practices: A Genealogical Social Theory Perspective
Andreas Rasche;Robert C. H. Chia.
Organization Studies (2009)
Strategy‐as‐practice: reflections on the research agenda
European Management Review (2004)
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