Category Archives: Performance

Responsibility, we all have it!

Our performance about responsibility today went quite a lot better than our performance of last week. The main thing that I got out of it was the way in which changing your perspective from modern (or post-positivist) to postmodernist has … Continue reading

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Performance 5

Article: Rhodes, C. & Brown, A.D. (2005). ‘Writing Responsibly: Narrative Fiction and Organization Studies’. Organization, 12, 467 – 491. Form: Concept Cloud and discussion Working together on the concept cloud for Rhodes and Brown’s article, and discussing the concept and … Continue reading

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Can’t always hit the mark…

Well, our perfomance nr. 4 did not go as planned. Unfortunately, the propositions we made were not the best ones ever. The propositions we made, see performance 4, did not really address the point we should have addressed. So our … Continue reading

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Performance 4

Article: van der Haar, D. & Hosking, D.M. Evaluating Appreciative Inquiry: a relational constructionist perspective. Human Relations, vol. 57 nr. 8, p. 1071-1036. (2004). Form: Discussion on propositions We prepared three propositions with regard to appreciative inquiry and responsive evaluation, … Continue reading

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About our performance on learning history

As explained in my previous blog on performance 3, we conducted a learning history. As said, we first let the other students fill in a survey. From the surveys we collected, I could see how diverse the opinions are, and … Continue reading

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Learning History Document

This is our learning history document! We are actually very proud of how it turned out ;).

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Performance 3

Article: Parent R and Beliveau J (2007) “Organisational Knowledge Transfer: Turning Research into Action through a Learning History” The Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, Volume 5 Issue 1, pp 73-80. Form: Learning History document + discussion Before the performance, we … Continue reading

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