Social Networking Sites as an Emerging Organizational Form

Because the landscape of the digital industry is always changing, its organizational structures have to be more malleable in form; the development of this industry and its products has caused a departure from more rigid, traditional organizational structures. Among the newer structures, social networking sites (SNSs) have emerged as a significant area of study for … Continue reading Social Networking Sites as an Emerging Organizational Form

Exploring the Politics of Labeling Through Wikileaks and The News of the World

[We’re pleased to welcome Danielle Logue of the University of Technology Sydney. Dr. Logue recently collaborated with Stewart R. Clegg, also of the University of Technology Sydney, on their article "Wikileaks and The News of the World: The Political Circuitry of Labeling" from Journal of Management Inquiry.] After my PhD, a colleague from Oxford went … Continue reading Exploring the Politics of Labeling Through Wikileaks and The News of the World

Regulatory Roulette: Ladies and Gentlemen, Please Place Your Bets…

Editor's note: We are pleased to welcome Kim Soin of the University of Exeter in the U.K. and Christian Huber of Helmut-Schmidt-University in Germany, whose article "The Sedimentation of an Institution: Changing Governance in U.K. Financial Services" is forthcoming in the Journal of Management Inquiry and now available in the journal's OnlineFirst section. Regulation matters, … Continue reading Regulatory Roulette: Ladies and Gentlemen, Please Place Your Bets…

Institutional Entrepreneurship

“The State, Power, and Agency: Missing in Action in Institutional Theory?”, by Stewart Clegg of the University of Technology, Sydney, was one of the most frequently read articles in the Journal of Management Inquiry in 2010. Stewart has provided a brief reflection on the article: The story behind the article is quite simple: I was invited to … Continue reading Institutional Entrepreneurship