Steffen Blaschke

Copenhagen Business School

Dalgas Have 15

Frederiksberg, DK - 2000

Denmark

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SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (3)

1.

Organizations as Networks of Communications: A Methodological Proposal

Institute of Organization and Administrative Science, University of Zurich, Working Paper No. 102
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 24 Nov 2009
Steffen Blaschke, Dennis Schoeneborn and David Seidl
Copenhagen Business School, University of Zurich - Faculty of Economics, Business Administration and Information Technology and University of Zurich - Department of Business Administration (IBW)
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Organizational Communication, Social Network Analysis, Montréal School, Social Systems Theory, Communication as Constitutive of Organizations

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The Organization that Never Sleeps: A Metaphorical Pathology of Organizational Insomnia

University of Zurich, Institute of Organization and Administrative Science (IOU), IOU Working Paper No. 103
Number of pages: 40 Posted: 24 Nov 2009 Last Revised: 03 May 2011
Dennis Schoeneborn, Steffen Blaschke and Ina Maria Kaufmann
University of Zurich - Faculty of Economics, Business Administration and Information Technology, Copenhagen Business School and Institute of Organization and Administrative Science, University of Zurich
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sleep, insomnia, organizational knowledge, organizational learning, organizational memory, metaphors

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The Forgotten Function of Forgetting: Revisiting Exploration and Exploitation in Organizational Learning

Soziale Systeme, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 99-119, 2006
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 26 Nov 2010
Steffen Blaschke and Dennis Schoeneborn
Copenhagen Business School and University of Zurich - Faculty of Economics, Business Administration and Information Technology
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computational simulation, theory of social systems, exploration and exploitation, organizational learning, organizational memory, forgetting