Management of Knowledge-Intensive Companies (Publikationen der Sektion Fur die Geschichte Berlins)

Alvesson, Mats

I commenced the study which resulted in this book after having worked at a theoretical level for several years with symbolism and the cultural perspective in organization research. This background has influenced my work considerably. although the theoretical framework of this book encompasses several other perspectives and theories which can hardly be classified as organizational culture. The book looks at "knowledge intensive companies"' and. in particular, focusses on a specific example in the form of Enator, a computer consultancy company. The book, too. combines an attempt to describe this type of company in general. and the case of Enator in particular. with a more theoretical aspiration of making a contribution to the development of cultural and symbolism theories in a corporate context.

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