Vickers, Margaret and Parris, Melissa 2006, Telling it how it really is?. In Preziosi, Robert C. (ed), 2006 Pfeiffer Annual : Human Resource Management, John Wiley & Sons Inc., San Francisco, CA, pp.119-139.
Telling it how it really is?
Telling it how it really Is? Life in organizations revealed using Heideggerian phenomenology
Heideggerian phenomenology is expounded here as a qualitative methodology of value in researching "how things really are" in organizational life. It is a methodology, and a philosophy, that recognizes a priori the value of the subjective, lived experience of the individual, and the physical, sociological, and psychological phenomena that come together to create a life-world. In this paper, the authors present three cases where this methodology successfully revealed the employee's reality. Stories about working in teams, being downsized, and having an unseen chronic illness at work are shared to demonstrate the ability of Heideggerian phenomenology to reveal how life really is in organizations. The benefit for HR practitioners and managers is an increased understanding of and, hence, ability to address these sensitive and often unspoken aspects of organizational life.
Field of Research
150399 Business and Management not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
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