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Analysing change in an Accident and Emergency Department: organizational routines as ongoing and emergent sociomaterial accomplishments

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Journal publication date03/2012
JournalNew Technology, Work and Employment
Number of pages13
Early online date23/02/12
Original languageEnglish


Bringing together insights from Science and Technology Studies and Organization Studies this paper provides a multi-level analysis of a planned change initiative. Focusing on different layers of this change the emergent ambiguities, multiplicities and tensions are explored serving to highlight the ‘backstage complexities’ often hidden by the ‘front stage slickness’ (Moser and Law, 1999) of organizational routines.

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