“Hope is the greatest whore”: Hope, critique, and management studies in Irena Haiduk’s artwork

  • Nada Endrissat
  • Ana Alacovska

Abstract

Research in management and organization may only gain by being inspired from arts, culture and humanities in order to rethink practices but also to nourish its own perspectives. Life in organizations is artificially separate from ordinary life: all of mundane objects are thus conducive to astonishment, inspiration, and even problematization. The unplugged subsection “voices” gives the opportunity to academics and non-academics to deliver an interpretation about an object from the cultural or artistic world. Interpreted objects are or not directly related to organizational life, resonate or not with the moment, but share some intriguing features. These interpretations suggest a patchwork of variations on the same object.

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Published
2018-09-01
How to Cite
Endrissat, N., & Alacovska, A. (2018). “Hope is the greatest whore”: Hope, critique, and management studies in Irena Haiduk’s artwork. M@n@gement, 21(3). Retrieved from https://management-aims.com/index.php/mgmt/article/view/3814
Section
Unplugged

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