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Keller, J., Carmine, S., Jarzabkowski, P., Lewis, M. W., Pradies, C., Sharma, G., … & Vince, R. (2021). Our Collective Tensions: Paradox Research Community’s Response to COVID-19. Journal of Management Inquiry.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, researchers studying paradox have seen tensions embedded in the crisis itself, in government responses, and in the day-to-day experiences of the organizational actors studied—from the CEO to the frontline worker. Multiple media outlets have used the word “paradox” to describe the crisis. Therefore, a group of 42 paradox scholars […]
Keller, J., Carmine, S., Jarzabkowski, P., Lewis, M. W., Pradies, C., Sharma, G., … & Vince, R. (2021). Our Collective Tensions: Paradox Research Community’s Response to COVID-19. Journal of Management Inquiry.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, researchers studying paradox have seen tensions embedded in the crisis itself, in government responses, and in the day-to-day experiences of the organizational actors studied—from the CEO to the frontline worker. Multiple media outlets have used the word “paradox” to describe the crisis. Therefore, a group of 42 paradox scholars […]
Keller, J., Carmine, S., Jarzabkowski, P., Lewis, M. W., Pradies, C., Sharma, G., … & Vince, R. (2021). Our Collective Tensions: Paradox Research Community’s Response to COVID-19. Journal of Management Inquiry.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, researchers studying paradox have seen tensions embedded in the crisis itself, in government responses, and in the day-to-day experiences of the organizational actors studied—from the CEO to the frontline worker. Multiple media outlets have used the word “paradox” to describe the crisis. Therefore, a group of 42 paradox scholars […]
Keller, J., Carmine, S., Jarzabkowski, P., Lewis, M. W., Pradies, C., Sharma, G., … & Vince, R. (2021). Our Collective Tensions: Paradox Research Community’s Response to COVID-19. Journal of Management Inquiry.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, researchers studying paradox have seen tensions embedded in the crisis itself, in government responses, and in the day-to-day experiences of the organizational actors studied—from the CEO to the frontline worker. Multiple media outlets have used the word “paradox” to describe the crisis. Therefore, a group of 42 paradox scholars […]
Pradies, C., Carmine, S., Cheal, J., e Cunha, M. P., Gaim, M., Keegan, A., … & Keller, J. The Lived Experience of Paradox: How Individuals Navigate Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
In this article, we present seven short essays that focus on various aspects of the lived experience during the pandemic crisis through a paradox theoretical lens, providing new insights on the pandemic while also using the pandemic experience to push the boundaries of paradox theory. Bednarek and Lê discuss how the boundary between work and […]
Pradies, C., Carmine, S., Cheal, J., e Cunha, M. P., Gaim, M., Keegan, A., … & Keller, J. The Lived Experience of Paradox: How Individuals Navigate Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
In this article, we present seven short essays that focus on various aspects of the lived experience during the pandemic crisis through a paradox theoretical lens, providing new insights on the pandemic while also using the pandemic experience to push the boundaries of paradox theory. Bednarek and Lê discuss how the boundary between work and […]
Pradies, C., Carmine, S., Cheal, J., e Cunha, M. P., Gaim, M., Keegan, A., … & Keller, J. The Lived Experience of Paradox: How Individuals Navigate Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
In this article, we present seven short essays that focus on various aspects of the lived experience during the pandemic crisis through a paradox theoretical lens, providing new insights on the pandemic while also using the pandemic experience to push the boundaries of paradox theory. Bednarek and Lê discuss how the boundary between work and […]
Pradies, C., Carmine, S., Cheal, J., e Cunha, M. P., Gaim, M., Keegan, A., … & Keller, J. The Lived Experience of Paradox: How Individuals Navigate Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
In this article, we present seven short essays that focus on various aspects of the lived experience during the pandemic crisis through a paradox theoretical lens, providing new insights on the pandemic while also using the pandemic experience to push the boundaries of paradox theory. Bednarek and Lê discuss how the boundary between work and […]
Sharma, G., Bartunek, J., Buzzanell, P. M., Carmine, S., Endres, C., Etter, M., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Societal Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic has consequences that we will continue to face as a society for years to come. The seemingly intractable nature of the pandemic yields many tensions at multiple and interconnected levels—planetary, societal, organizational and individual. Few organization theories are as versatile as paradox to capture such complex phenomena. The nine short essays in […]
Sharma, G., Bartunek, J., Buzzanell, P. M., Carmine, S., Endres, C., Etter, M., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Societal Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic has consequences that we will continue to face as a society for years to come. The seemingly intractable nature of the pandemic yields many tensions at multiple and interconnected levels—planetary, societal, organizational and individual. Few organization theories are as versatile as paradox to capture such complex phenomena. The nine short essays in […]
Sharma, G., Bartunek, J., Buzzanell, P. M., Carmine, S., Endres, C., Etter, M., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Societal Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic has consequences that we will continue to face as a society for years to come. The seemingly intractable nature of the pandemic yields many tensions at multiple and interconnected levels—planetary, societal, organizational and individual. Few organization theories are as versatile as paradox to capture such complex phenomena. The nine short essays in […]
Sharma, G., Bartunek, J., Buzzanell, P. M., Carmine, S., Endres, C., Etter, M., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Societal Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic has consequences that we will continue to face as a society for years to come. The seemingly intractable nature of the pandemic yields many tensions at multiple and interconnected levels—planetary, societal, organizational and individual. Few organization theories are as versatile as paradox to capture such complex phenomena. The nine short essays in […]
Carmine, S., Andriopoulos, C., Gotsi, M., Härtel, C. E., Krzeminska, A., Mafico, N., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Organizational Tensions During the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a massive exogenous shock which reverberated around the world, forcing all types of organizations to change overnight – from the local coffee shop to the international airline. As we try to make sense of the events surrounding the pandemic, one question that has perplexed both scholars and managers alike has been […]
Carmine, S., Andriopoulos, C., Gotsi, M., Härtel, C. E., Krzeminska, A., Mafico, N., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Organizational Tensions During the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a massive exogenous shock which reverberated around the world, forcing all types of organizations to change overnight – from the local coffee shop to the international airline. As we try to make sense of the events surrounding the pandemic, one question that has perplexed both scholars and managers alike has been […]
Carmine, S., Andriopoulos, C., Gotsi, M., Härtel, C. E., Krzeminska, A., Mafico, N., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Organizational Tensions During the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a massive exogenous shock which reverberated around the world, forcing all types of organizations to change overnight – from the local coffee shop to the international airline. As we try to make sense of the events surrounding the pandemic, one question that has perplexed both scholars and managers alike has been […]
Carmine, S., Andriopoulos, C., Gotsi, M., Härtel, C. E., Krzeminska, A., Mafico, N., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Organizational Tensions During the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a massive exogenous shock which reverberated around the world, forcing all types of organizations to change overnight – from the local coffee shop to the international airline. As we try to make sense of the events surrounding the pandemic, one question that has perplexed both scholars and managers alike has been […]
Carmine, S. & Smith, W. K., (2021). “Organizational Paradox.”, In Oxford Bibliographies in Management. Ed. Ricky Griffin. New York: Oxford University Press.
Organizational paradox offers a theory of the nature and management of competing demands. Paradox theory has its roots in late 1970’s and 1980’s, when management scholars—drawing from a variety of disciplines—established paradox as a core lens through which to understand organizational phenomena. Smith & Lewis (2011) defined paradox as “contradictory, yet interrelated elements that exist […]
Carmine, S. & Smith, W. K., (2021). “Organizational Paradox.”, In Oxford Bibliographies in Management. Ed. Ricky Griffin. New York: Oxford University Press.
Organizational paradox offers a theory of the nature and management of competing demands. Paradox theory has its roots in late 1970’s and 1980’s, when management scholars—drawing from a variety of disciplines—established paradox as a core lens through which to understand organizational phenomena. Smith & Lewis (2011) defined paradox as “contradictory, yet interrelated elements that exist […]
Carmine, S. & Smith, W. K., (2021). “Organizational Paradox.”, In Oxford Bibliographies in Management. Ed. Ricky Griffin. New York: Oxford University Press.
Organizational paradox offers a theory of the nature and management of competing demands. Paradox theory has its roots in late 1970’s and 1980’s, when management scholars—drawing from a variety of disciplines—established paradox as a core lens through which to understand organizational phenomena. Smith & Lewis (2011) defined paradox as “contradictory, yet interrelated elements that exist […]
Carmine, S. & Smith, W. K., (2021). “Organizational Paradox.”, In Oxford Bibliographies in Management. Ed. Ricky Griffin. New York: Oxford University Press.
Organizational paradox offers a theory of the nature and management of competing demands. Paradox theory has its roots in late 1970’s and 1980’s, when management scholars—drawing from a variety of disciplines—established paradox as a core lens through which to understand organizational phenomena. Smith & Lewis (2011) defined paradox as “contradictory, yet interrelated elements that exist […]

WORKING PAPERS

Sharma, G., Bartunek, J., Buzzanell, P. M., Carmine, S., Endres, C., Etter, M., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Societal Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic has consequences that we will continue to face as a society for years to come. The seemingly intractable nature of the pandemic yields many tensions at multiple and interconnected levels—planetary, societal, organizational and individual. Few organization theories are as versatile as paradox to capture such complex phenomena. The nine short essays in […]
Carmine, S., Andriopoulos, C., Gotsi, M., Härtel, C. E., Krzeminska, A., Mafico, N., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Organizational Tensions During the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a massive exogenous shock which reverberated around the world, forcing all types of organizations to change overnight – from the local coffee shop to the international airline. As we try to make sense of the events surrounding the pandemic, one question that has perplexed both scholars and managers alike has been […]
Carmine, S. & Smith, W. K., (2021). “Organizational Paradox.”, In Oxford Bibliographies in Management. Ed. Ricky Griffin. New York: Oxford University Press.
Organizational paradox offers a theory of the nature and management of competing demands. Paradox theory has its roots in late 1970’s and 1980’s, when management scholars—drawing from a variety of disciplines—established paradox as a core lens through which to understand organizational phenomena. Smith & Lewis (2011) defined paradox as “contradictory, yet interrelated elements that exist […]

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Sharma, G., Bartunek, J., Buzzanell, P. M., Carmine, S., Endres, C., Etter, M., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Societal Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic has consequences that we will continue to face as a society for years to come. The seemingly intractable nature of the pandemic yields many tensions at multiple and interconnected levels—planetary, societal, organizational and individual. Few organization theories are as versatile as paradox to capture such complex phenomena. The nine short essays in […]
Carmine, S., Andriopoulos, C., Gotsi, M., Härtel, C. E., Krzeminska, A., Mafico, N., … & Keller, J. (2021). A Paradox Approach to Organizational Tensions During the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a massive exogenous shock which reverberated around the world, forcing all types of organizations to change overnight – from the local coffee shop to the international airline. As we try to make sense of the events surrounding the pandemic, one question that has perplexed both scholars and managers alike has been […]
Carmine, S. & Smith, W. K., (2021). “Organizational Paradox.”, In Oxford Bibliographies in Management. Ed. Ricky Griffin. New York: Oxford University Press.
Organizational paradox offers a theory of the nature and management of competing demands. Paradox theory has its roots in late 1970’s and 1980’s, when management scholars—drawing from a variety of disciplines—established paradox as a core lens through which to understand organizational phenomena. Smith & Lewis (2011) defined paradox as “contradictory, yet interrelated elements that exist […]