Academic journal article Tamara : Journal of Critical Postmodern Organization Science

"A Brief Manifesto"

Academic journal article Tamara : Journal of Critical Postmodern Organization Science

"A Brief Manifesto"

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The idea of the reviews section is that it should cross (between and beyond) some of the traditional boundaries of organizational and management 'science'. It will include reviews of published material (paper and web-based), performance, art, installations, architecture, political events, etc. - whatever may contribute to discussion around the themes of particular editions of the journal. The idea about the reviewers is that they should be interesting people with something to say/show/exhibit that will engage the interest and enthusiasm of others. Hence, we are seeking pieces that provoke, stimulate and engage.

Each time a man (sic) is confronted with several alternatives, he chooses one and eliminates the others; in the fiction of Ts'ui Pbn, he chooses - simultaneously - all of them. Jorge Luis Borges (Labyrinths, p.51)

Amongst other things we will invite:`Asynchronous Reviews'- do not wait for us to invite the review - send it first. Do not even wait for the event/object, etc. What is the point of telling people about something they have already missed? (By which, we do not imply that there is no point.)The Director's Cut'- in which people review their own work, focusing on what got left out and what they were unable to do or say, as well as what they did say. `Soap Box'- incisive and personal views on crucial issues, and their impacts. …

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