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Cognition and Routine Dynamics

Nathalie Lazaric

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Abstract: Cognition is critical for finding different solutions to problems and providing new, robust patterns of action for the performance of routines. Routine Dynamics research provides significant empirical evidence about patterns and performance, and reveals how practices are permanently co-shaped using the notions of artefacts, reflection, replication of knowledge and intentionality. The notions of reflective action and reflective thinking have been identified as critical for current patterns of interdependent actions, thus offering an opportunity to reshape both cognition and the representation of routines that is far from the original conception of the Carnegie School.

Keywords: Routines; Cognition; organizational dynamics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021-10-18
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Published in Feldman, M. Pentland, B., D'Adderio, L., Dittrich, K. Rerup, C., Seidl, D. Cambridge Handbook of Routines Dynamics, Cambridge University Press, 2021

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