Tamara Journal of Critical Organisation Inquiry

Articles from Vol. 10, No. 2, June

Book Review: Tessa Muncey, Creating Autoethnographies, London: Sage Publications, 152 Pp. ISBN: 978-1-84787-472-6
Book Review: Tessa Muncey, Creating Autoethnographies, London: Sage Publications, 152 pp. ISBN: 978-1-84787-472-6In terms of a restorying approach, the publication of this very readable book is timely for entrepreneurship scholars because autoethnography...
Exploring a More Creative Space in Entrepreneurship Research: A Research Note
I am surrounded by a pile of files and data; emails, documents, field notes, scribbles, profit and loss accounts and general publicity material. I have spent several months visiting the company, the people and recording their everyday events. I now have...
Reflections on the Poetry Diary of an Entrepreneur: Restorying the Entrepreneurial Experience
Entrepreneuri sm has much in common with poetry, according to Tom Ehrenfield in 'The Start Up Garden' (2002). An online article explains his premise that starting a business is basically the equivalent of writing a poem:'There's an important, albeit...
Restorying the Musician as Entrepreneur: A Research Note
IntroductionThese notes reflect on the processes involved in restorying within the author's research into nascent musicianentrepreneurs. The study is described prior to a discussion of restorying.Restorying, as a precise form of qualitative research...
The Entrepreneur's Proposal: A Small Drama
Here is a very different narrative!We enter a small restaurant located in a cobbled back street of the city. It is mid-evening and there are three couples at various stages of their meals in the pleasant candle-lit ambience of this theatre-themed and...