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Karl E. Weick

Geburtstag: 31. Oktober 1936

Karl Edward Weick ist emeritierter Professor für Organisationsverhalten und -psychologie an der Ross School of Business der University of Michigan. Er gilt als einer der renommiertesten Organisationsforscher weltweit. Wikipedia

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„How can I know what I think until I see what I say,“

—  Karl E. Weick

Quelle: 1980s-1990s, Sensemaking in Organizations, 1995, p. 25
Kontext: In the recipe, How can I know what I think until I see what I say, saying equates to variation, seeing equates to selection of meaning in what was said, and thinking equates to retention of an interpretation. The retained interpretation may then be imposed subsequently to interpret similar saying (retention is credited) in order to construct cumulative understanding, test past labels for their validity, or generalize older labels to newer events.

„The typical coupling mechanisms of authority of office and logic of the task do not operate in educational organizations.“

—  Karl E. Weick

Quelle: 1970s, "Educational organizations as loosely coupled systems," 1976, p. 17

„Enactment is first and foremost about action in the world, and not about conceptual pictures of the world.“

—  Karl E. Weick

Quelle: 1980s-1990s, Sensemaking in Organizations, 1995, p. 36; as cited in: Haridimos Tsoukas, ‎Jill Shepherd (2009), Managing the Future: Foresight in the Knowledge Economy, p. 99

„They [laboratory groups] bypass such questions as how one comes to know that a problem exists, what it does to solution adequacy to be working on several different things concurrently with problem solving, what it's like to go about solving a felt, intuited problem rather than an explicitly stated consensually validated problem which was made visible to all members at a specific point in time.“

—  Karl E. Weick

Karl E. Weick (1971, p. 9), as cited in: Harry L. Davis. " Decision Making within the Household http://www.unternehmenssteuertag.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Redaktion/Seco@home/nachhaltiger_Energiekonsum/Literatur/entscheidungen_haushalte/Decision_Making_within_the_Household.pdf," The Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 2, No. 4. (Mar., 1976), pp. 241-260.
1970s

„The basic idea of sensemaking is that reality is an ongoing accomplishment that emerges from efforts to create order and make retrospective sense of what occurs.“

—  Karl E. Weick

Weick (1993, p. 635), as cited in: Bruce K. Berger, ‎Juan Meng (2014), Public Relations Leaders as Sensemakers, p. 7
1980s-1990s

„Managers construct, rearrange, single out, and demolish many “objective” features of their surroundings. When people act they unrandomize variables, insert vestiges of orderliness, and literally create their own constraints.“

—  Karl E. Weick

Quelle: 1970s, Social Psychology of Organizing, (1979), p. 243 ; As cited in: Dr. Adrian McLean (2013), Leaderhip and Cultural Webs in Organisations: Weavers' Tales. p. 213

„If an organization is to learn anything, then the distribution of its memory, the accuracy of that memory, and the conditions under which that memory is treated as a constraint become crucial characteristics of organizing.“

—  Karl E. Weick

Karl E. Weick (1979; 206), cited in: James P. Walsh and Gerardo Rivera Ungson. "Organizational memory." Academy of management review 16.1 (1991): 57-91.
1970s

„Simply pushing harder within the old boundaries will not do.“

—  Karl E. Weick

Attributed to Karl E. Weick in: Iyar, Subrah S. Why Buy the Cow,. 2007. p. 21
2000s

„By their very nature the problems imposed on organizational theorists involve so many assumptions and such a mixture of accuracy and inaccuracy that virtually all conjectures and all selection criteria remain plausible and nothing gets rejected or highlighted.“

—  Karl E. Weick

Quelle: 1980s-1990s, "Theory construction as disciplined imagination," 1989, p. 521; as cited in: Richard A. Swanson, ‎Thomas J. Chermack (2013), Theory Building in Applied Disciplines, p. 49

„Sensemaking tends to be swift, which means we are more likely to see products than processes.“

—  Karl E. Weick

Quelle: 1980s-1990s, Sensemaking in Organizations, 1995, p. 49

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