In the following you can listen into a dialogue between the phenomenologist Merleau-Ponty, other philosophers and authors as well as organization and leadership researchers and business practitioners as well as an artist. By listening to them you enter a conversational process of a con/ and diverging poly- and metalogue.
As a manifestation of a polyphonic practice, it offers an experimental and experiential forum, in which different voices do express ideas, arguments, and comments as well as where thoughts, but also affects and feelings or intuitive musings are emerging in an ongoing flow!
The focus of the first part will be on the status of sensation and sense-making in managing, organizing and organizations interpreted as embodied life/world, followed by subsequent parts that process questions of art and aesthetics in particular.
kuepers, wendelin wk
"States-of-the-Arts in Organization & Leadership Practices that “make sense” – A Poly-logue in Three Parts: Part I - Embodied Senses and its making in Organizations,"
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wpi.edu/oa/vol6/iss1/13