A practice lens on the use of strategy and decision-making tools

A great paper just published in Strategic Management Journal contrasts the view of strategy and decision-making tools (such as those taught in business schools or economics classes) as “technologies of rationality” with a more sociological perspective that they term “tools in use”. One of the main ideas is to cast “a sociological eye on how …

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On ‘intelligent muddling’ and anticipatory practices

The concept of intelligent muddling is proposed in a provocative little book called The Techno-Human Condition by two American scholars – Braden Allenby and Daniel Sarewitz from Arizona State University. The book is ostensibly a critique of transhumanism movements; however, it addresses much broader themes as per their notion of the ‘techno-human condition’, and critical …

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