In Chapter 1, I discussed the pervasiveness of organizational aesthetics and the way in which subjects make constant recourse to the aesthetic knowledge of organization. Although my intention was to emphasize the importance of the aesthetic faculties of organizational actors, this did not rule out discussion of the ontological and ethical features of organizational life. Indeed, on several occasions, the ethos, logos and aesthetics of organizational life were examined in terms of their interweavings, diversities and paradoxes as they shape organizational knowledge. Nothing emerged from the analysis to suggest that aesthetics as a form of organizational knowledge should be ignored, even less abandoned. On the contrary, it became plain from examination of the relations among ontological, ...
Aesthetic Knowledge of Organizational Action
Aesthetic knowledge of organizational action