The mediating role of artifacts in position practice at work: Examples from a project-based context

Abstract : Drawing on examples from a case study of a global product technology company, we discuss the mediating role of artifacts in position practice in project-based contexts. Findings revealed three types of mediation – professionalization, integration, and collaboration – and pointed out the key role of organizational remembering and forgetting in these mediation processes. These findings extend our understandings of how artifacts contribute to organizational practices. We discuss implications for theory and practice, and offer directions for future research.
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Yukika Awazu, Stefania Mariano, Sue Newell. The mediating role of artifacts in position practice at work: Examples from a project-based context. Information and Management, In press, ⟨10.1016/j.im.2018.10.002⟩. ⟨hal-02110757⟩

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