“Birds of a Feather”: Management Knowledge as Interlocking Vocabularies

Markus A. Höllerer, Dennis Jancsary, Vitaliano Barberio, Renate Meyer

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This paper examines how management concepts acquire meaning through discursive distinction and embedding. Drawing on Austrian public sector reform, we reconstruct a classification of vocabularies according to their internal integrative capacity and external connectivity in order to study how distinct bundles of management concepts are embedded in broader meaning structures.
This paper examines how management concepts acquire meaning through discursive distinction and embedding. Drawing on Austrian public sector reform, we reconstruct a classification of vocabularies according to their internal integrative capacity and external connectivity in order to study how distinct bundles of management concepts are embedded in broader meaning structures.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationAcademy of Management Proceedings 2014
EditorsLeslie Toombs
Place of PublicationBriar Cliff Manor, NY
PublisherAcademy of Management
Date2014
Pages873-878
StatePublished - 2014
EventThe Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2014: The Power of Words - Philadelphia, United States
Duration: 1 Aug 20145 Aug 2014
Conference number: 74
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ConferenceThe Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2014
Number74
CountryUnited States
CityPhiladelphia
Period01/08/201405/08/2014
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Höllerer, M. A., Jancsary, D., Barberio, V., & Meyer, R. (2014). “Birds of a Feather”: Management Knowledge as Interlocking Vocabularies. In L. Toombs (Ed.), Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (pp. 873-878). Briar Cliff Manor, NY: Academy of Management.
Höllerer, Markus A. ; Jancsary, Dennis ; Barberio, Vitaliano ; Meyer, Renate. / “Birds of a Feather” : Management Knowledge as Interlocking Vocabularies. Academy of Management Proceedings 2014. editor / Leslie Toombs. Briar Cliff Manor, NY : Academy of Management, 2014. pp. 873-878
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“Birds of a Feather” : Management Knowledge as Interlocking Vocabularies. / Höllerer, Markus A.; Jancsary, Dennis; Barberio, Vitaliano; Meyer, Renate.

Academy of Management Proceedings 2014. ed. / Leslie Toombs. Briar Cliff Manor, NY : Academy of Management, 2014. p. 873-878.

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Höllerer MA, Jancsary D, Barberio V, Meyer R. “Birds of a Feather”: Management Knowledge as Interlocking Vocabularies. In Toombs L, editor, Academy of Management Proceedings 2014. Briar Cliff Manor, NY: Academy of Management. 2014. p. 873-878.