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Storytelling Organizations

by David M Boje SAGE Publications Ltd
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"Boje does not reflect trends, he is among those who set them" -

Story Escaping Narrative Prison PART I: SYSTEMICITY Systemicity Complexity Levels Dialogisms Collective Memory PART II: STRATEGIES Polyphonic Strategy Stylistic Strategy Chronotopic Strategy Architectonic Strategy Polypi Strategy PART III: RESTORYING Developing Transorganization Development PART IV: STORY METHOD Living Story Method Socratic Symposium

'Boje's work is a theoretical interpretation of how a writer would have to rethink a million times before he organises his script or story by weaving in all the characters, By doing this, the theories showcased in the book become essential reading for professionals in the film, journalism and advertising industry....Boje does well by reminding us of the basics. And it is here that he allows us to find who we really are as writers, and as organisations' Vishal Krishna
Business World
Ph.D.; University of Illinois.Critical Postmodern studies, storytelling, narrative ethnography, content analysis, deconstruction and rhetorical analysis