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Cistas presents at the First Colloquium on Philosophy and Organization Studies (PHILOS)
Cistas researcher Liv Egholm presented the following paper at the First Colloquium on Philosophy and Organization Studies (PHILOS) - Lesbos, Greece: 

Egholm, L., & Coraiola, D. (2021). The Temporality of Boundary Objects. Paper presented at First Colloquium on Philosophy and Organization Studies (PHILOS), Lesbos, Greece.

Abstract: 
The boundary object theory is one of the leading approaches to theorize the role of objects and materiality in organizing. The construct has proved useful to advance the research in the field of management and organizations. In learning (Carlile, 2002), the role of tools and artefacts (Spee & Jarzabkowski, 2009) business model change (Dean A. Shepherd, Seyb, & George, 2021; Dean A Shepherd, Seyb, & George, In press), preventing collaboration (Zuzul, 2019), and power and politics (Dar, 2018; Huvila, 2011), In all these studies, boundary objects are auxiliary constructs that help illuminate specific organizational dynamics.

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