Haridimos Tsoukas, The Columbia Ship Management Professor of Strategic Management, University of Cyprus
Haridimos Tsoukas is the Columbia Ship Management Professor of Strategic Management at the University of Cyprus, and a Distinguished Research Environment Professor of Organization Studies at Warwick Business School, University of Warwick. He served as the Editor-in-Chief of Organization Studies (2003-2008), is a co-founder and co-convener of the annual International Symposium on Process Organization, and co-editor of the Perspectives on Process Organization Studies. He is an Honorary Member of the European Group of Organization Studies and a recipient of the Joan Martin Trailblazer Award from the OMT Division of the American Academy of Management (2016). He is interested in, among other things, practical reason and the epistemology of practice, and applying process and phenomenological perspectives to organization theory.
Introduction: What is Philosophical Organization Theory and Why Does it Matter? I: Organization and Strategy 1. Organization as chaosmos: Insights from Cornelius Castoriadis 2. Understanding the Creation and Recreation of Routines From Within: A Symbolic Interactionist Perspective 3. Complex Thought, Simple Talk: An Ecological Approach to Language-Based Change In Organizations 4. Making Strategy: Meta-Theoretical Insights From Heideggerian Phenomenology 5. Strategic Decision Making and Knowledge: A Heideggerian Approach II: Knowledge and Reflective Judgment 6. A Dialogical Approach to the Creation of New Knowledge in Organizations 7. What is Reflection-in-Action? A Phenomenological Account 8. In Search Of Phronesis: Leadership and the Art of Judgment 9. Performing Phronesis: On The Way to Engaged Judgment 10. The "Metaphor" Metaphor: Educating Practitioners For Reflective Judgment III: Theorizing 11. Theory As Therapy: Wittgensteinian Reminders For Reflective Theorizing In Organization And Management Theory 12. Grasping The Logic Of Practice: Theorizing Through Practical Rationality 13. Practice Theory: What It Is, Its Philosophical Base, And What It Offers Organization Studies 14. Craving For Generality And Small-N Studies: A Wittgensteinian Approach Towards The Epistemology of The Particular in Organization and Management Theory 15. The Power Of The Particular: Towards An Organization Science Of Singularities 16. Don't Simplify, Complexify: From Disjunctive To Conjunctive Theorizing In Organization And Management Studies