Recent writing on Action Research and Management:
Shotter, J. and Katz, A.M. (1996) ARTICULATING
A PRACTICE FROM WITHIN THE PRACTICE ITSELF: ESTABLISHING FORMATIVE
DIALOGUES BY THE USE OF A 'SOCIAL POETICS' Concepts and
Transformation, 1(2/3), pp.213-237.
- Katz, A.M. and Shotter, J. (1996) RESONANCES
FROM WITHIN THE PRACTICE: SOCIAL POETICS IN A MENTORSHIP PROGRAM.
Concepts and Transformation, 1(2/3), pp.239-247
The intellectual legitimacy of action research:
its grounding in 'the interactive moment'
- The manufacture of personhood: and the
institutionalization of mutual humilation (first written in 1982, updated
- "The manager as an architect in the joint creation
of conversational realities," a talk given at Dialogues on Performing Knowledge
at the Stockholm School of Economics, Oct 22nd, 1998
Shotter, J. (in press) Dialogue, depth, and life inside responsive orders:
From external observation to participatory understanding.
To appear in Goranzon, B., Hammaren, M. and Ennals, R.E. (Eds.) Dialogue,
Skill and Tacit Knowledge. Amsterdam and New York: John Benjamins.
Wittgenstein's philosophy and action research
Shotter, J. and Cunliffe, A.M. (2003) Managers as
practical authors: everyday conversations for action
First draft of a new paper:
'Inside the moment of managing': Wittgenstein and the
everyday dynamics of our expressive-responsive activities
The role of
‘withness’-thinking in ‘going on’ inside chiasmically-structured processes.
Draft paper for keynote address at the first
Organization Studies Summer Workshop:
on Theorizing Process in Organizational Research, Santorini, June 12-13th, 2005
and action guiding anticipations.
Draft paper for talk given at KCC Management Summer School, Kent, July 4-7th, 2005, Kent
Last updated 24th July, 2005