Making Sense of the Organization
November 2000, Wiley-Blackwell
- Brings together the best most influential articles written by
one of the gurus of sensemaking - Karl Weick.
- Helps readers develop a thorough understanding of the sensemaking process - essential for effective management.
Part I: Organizations as Contexts for Sensemaking:.
1. Sensemaking in Organizations: Small Structures with Large Consequences.
2. Sources of Order in Underorganized Systems: Themes in Recent Organizational Theory.
3. Organizational Redesign as Improvisation.
Part II: Components of Sensemaking:.
4. The Collapse of Sensemaking in Organizations: The Mann Gulch Disaster.
5. The Vulnerable System: An Analysis of the Tenerife Air Disaster.
6. Technology as Equivoque: Sense-making in New Technologies.
7. Enactment Processes in Organizations.
8. Enactment and the Boundaryless Career.
9. Enacted Sensemaking in Crisis Situations.
10. Toward a Model of Organizations as Interpretation Systems.
11. Collective Mind in Organizations: Heedful Interrelating on Flight Decks.
12. Improvisation as a Mindset for Organizational Analysis.
13. Organizational Culture as a Source of High Reliability.
14. Organizations as Cause Maps.
15. Substitutes for Corporate Strategy.
16. The Attitude of Wisdom: Ambivalence as the Optimal Compromise.
17. Management of Organizational Change Among Loosely Coupled Elements.
18. Organization Design: Organizations as Self-Designing Systems.
19. Small Wins: Redefining the Scale of Social Problems.
20. Cosmos vs. Chaos: Sense and Nonsense in the Electronic Contexts.
21. Sensemaking as an Organizational Dimension of Global Change.
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