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L’innovazione organizzativa e i suoi paradossi: la bibliografia

Pubblichiamo di seguito la bibliografia completa dell’articolo L’innovazione organizzativa e i suoi paradossi scritto da Luca Verzelloni, sul numero di novembre-dicembre 2019 di Sviluppo&Organizzazione.

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Corradi G., Gherardi S., Verzelloni L. (2010), Through the practice lens: where is the bandwagon of practice-based studies heading?, Management learning, 41 (3), pp. 265-283.

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Gherardi S. (2006), Organizational knowledge: The texture of workplace learning, John Wiley & Sons, Malden.

Guarnieri C. e Piana D. (2011), Judicial independence and the rule of law: Exploring the European experience, in Shetreet S. (a cura di) (2011), The culture of judicial in-dependence, Leiden, Brill.

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Piana D., Verzelloni L. (2016), Dal centro disperso al centro ritrovato? Riflessioni a partire dalle riforme della giustizia in Italia, Quaderni di Scienza Politica, XXIII, 2, pp. 241-267.

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Sahlin-Andersson K. (1996), Imitating by editing success. The construction of organ-izational fields and identities, in Czarniawska B., Sevón G. (a cura di) (1996), Translating organizational change, de Gruyter, Berlin.

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Tornatzky L. G., Fleischer M. e Chakrabarti A. K. (1990), Processes of technological innovation, Lexington books,Lexington.

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