|Present||(Full) Professor of Management, Kozminski University|
|Present||head of the Center for Research on Organizations and Workplaces (CROW), Kozminski University|
open collaboration communities, knowledge work, knowledge-intensive workplace, high-tech organizations, free software movement, and anthropology of work
Open collaboration communities (8)
Cultural Diversity of Quality of Information on Wikipedias
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2017)
This article explores the relationship between linguistic culture and the preferred standards of presenting information based on article representation in ...
Cross-cultural management and digital societies: Magala's lasting contribution to ...
Journal of Organizational Change Management (2016)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to see how digital societies’ studies can be inspired bycross-cultural management.Design/methodology/approach – ...
Knowledge work (11)
Contribution to Book
Knowledge Management: Fad or Enduring Organizational Concept?
Handbook of Research on Knowledge-Intensive Organizations (2009)
Knowledge management and knowledge-intensive work are two of today’s hot buzzwords, though both already have a history of managerial usage. ...
(Dis)trust in Software Projects: a Thrice Told Tale: On ...
The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society (2007)
Software development traditionally has been a field particularly prone to delays, exceeding budgets, and misunderstandings (May 1998; Connel, 2001; Humphrey, ...
Qualitative methods (3)
Anecdotal evidence: understanding organizational reality through organizational humorous tales
HUMOR: International Journal of Humor Research (2018)
In the paper, we propose a new focus in qualitative organization studies, which we call organizational anecdotal evidence. The novelty ...