The spaces and places around us construct us as we construct them. They shape our actions, interactions and sense of meanings, emotions and identity. The authors argue that space and place are central to the analysis of organizations but that organizations and the process of 'organization' structure and channel the social. Architecture, likewise, has social and material consequences but reflects the social and material within its own organization. The book asks if and how space can be re-organized.
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This is a book about both the spaces of organization and the organization of space, bringing together the social and the material in their analysis to enrich both organization theory and social theory.About the Author:
Gibson Burrell is Professor of Organisational Behaviour in the Industrial Relations and Organisational Behaviour Group at Warwick Business School.
Karen Dale is Lecturer in Industrial Relations and Organisational Behaviour in the Industrial Relations and Organisational Behaviour Group at Warwick Business School.
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