‘The Resonant Organization in a Digital Age’

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‘The Resonant Organization in a Digital Age’. / Schaefer, Stephan.

2019. Making Organizations Digitizable, Copenhagen, Danmark.

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Schaefer, S 2019, '‘The Resonant Organization in a Digital Age’', Copenhagen, Danmark, 2019/04/03 - 2019/04/04, .

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Schaefer, S. (2019). ‘The Resonant Organization in a Digital Age’. Making Organizations Digitizable, Copenhagen, Danmark.

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Schaefer S. 2019. ‘The Resonant Organization in a Digital Age’. Making Organizations Digitizable, Copenhagen, Danmark.

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Schaefer S. ‘The Resonant Organization in a Digital Age’. 2019. Making Organizations Digitizable, Copenhagen, Danmark.

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Schaefer, Stephan. / ‘The Resonant Organization in a Digital Age’. Making Organizations Digitizable, Copenhagen, Danmark.

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T1 - ‘The Resonant Organization in a Digital Age’

AU - Schaefer, Stephan

PY - 2019

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N2 - There are many different metaphors, which help us make sense of the complex and ambiguous nature of organizations and organizing. In this paper I will discuss another one: resonance. The concept of resonance used in this short paper is inspired by the work of sociologist Hartmut Rosa who argues that a ‘good life’ hinges on a responsive, resonant relationship to the world. Departing from his theory, which I briefly outline in this paper, my aim is to explore if and how his concept has any value to understand and shape the digitalization of organizations. I will present some empirical cases of potentially resonant but also non-resonant ways of digitalizing organizations and discuss what those might tell us about potentials and pitfalls of trying to make organizations digitalizable and resonant.

AB - There are many different metaphors, which help us make sense of the complex and ambiguous nature of organizations and organizing. In this paper I will discuss another one: resonance. The concept of resonance used in this short paper is inspired by the work of sociologist Hartmut Rosa who argues that a ‘good life’ hinges on a responsive, resonant relationship to the world. Departing from his theory, which I briefly outline in this paper, my aim is to explore if and how his concept has any value to understand and shape the digitalization of organizations. I will present some empirical cases of potentially resonant but also non-resonant ways of digitalizing organizations and discuss what those might tell us about potentials and pitfalls of trying to make organizations digitalizable and resonant.

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