Professor Roy Suddaby explains his research into the corporation as social institution. From disaster relief to art collection, corporations have taken on more and more quasi-governmental roles. Professor Suddaby explains why and how this happens, as well as how the humanities and language fit into business.
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: Roy Suddaby Discusses Corporations and Institutional Homology
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2016
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- Discipline: Business & Management
- Subject: Corporate Strategy, Organization Studies (general), History of Management
- Duration: 00:23:17
- Keywords: art, behavior and behavior mechanisms, business history, change agents, change management, corporate social responsibility, corporation, economic rationality, emotion and communication, ethical considerations, functions of behavior, governance failure, history, humanities, identity, imprinting, influence (psychology), institutional change, institutional conception, justification, language usage, legitimacy, management, motivation, narratives, nation-state, neoinstitutional theory, organization and administration, organization structure, organizational behavior, persuasion, profit, reflective practice, research, research methods, rhetoric, Scientific approach, Security, Social action, Social institutions, Social structures, Socialization, Stakeholders, Stock market crises, Storytelling, training and skill acquisition, understanding (cognition)
Academic: Roy SuddabyOnline ISBN:9781473959316Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2016