In this chapter we set out to analyze the rich stream of research which makes up the topic of routines as truces. This involves addressing not only those contributions which directly deal with the construct of truces and their dynamics, but also those for which truces might not be the central focus but which have contributed to our understanding of truce dynamics through the lens of related concepts. These topics include the influence of conflicting interests, goals and motivations; the emergence and resolution of tensions and struggles between and across organizational communities and culture(s); and the role of artifacts and materiality in addressing organizational conflict.
|Title of host publication||Cambridge Handbook of Routine Dynamics|
|Editors||Martha S. Feldman, Brian T. Pentland, Luciana D'Adderio, Katharina Dittrich, Claus Rerup, David Seidl|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 21 Sep 2020|
- routine dynamics