Routine dynamics in action : replication and transformation / edited by Martha S. Feldman, Luciana D'Aderio, Katharina Dittrich, and Paula Jarzabkowski. - 1 online resource (xiii, 222 pages). - Research in the sociology of organizations, volume 61 0733-558X ; . - Research in the sociology of organizations ; v. 61. .

Includes index.

Prelims -- Introduction: Routine dynamics in action -- Chapter 1: Remounting a ballet in a different context: a complementary understanding of routines transfer theories -- Chapter 2: Transferring routines across multiple boundaries: a flexible approach -- Chapter 3: Copying routines for new venture creation: how replication can support entrepreneurial innovation -- Chapter 4: Interdependence within and between routines: a performative perspective -- Chapter 5: The dark side of routine dynamics: deceit and the work of Romeo pimps -- Chapter 6: Making new strategic moves possible: how executive management enacts strategizing routines to strengthen entrepreneurial agility -- Chapter 7: The role of multiple points of view in non-envisioned routine creation: taking initiative, creating connections, and coping with misalignments -- Chapter 8: Learning a new ecology of space and looking for new routines: experimenting robotics in a surgical team -- Chapter 9: Enacting relational expertise to change professional routines in technology-mediated service settings -- Index.

9781787565852 (e-book)

Organizational behavior.
Business & Economics--Organizational Behavior.
Organizational theory & behaviour.

HD58.7 / .R68 2019