Understanding PSM Interventions through Sense-making and the Mangle of Practice Lens 

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Abstract

In this paper we seek to understand how individuals, as part of a group facilitated modelling setting, commit themselves to a set of actions, as a basis of sense-making, sense-giving and coordinated actions. For this we introduce Pickering’s Mangle of Practice to understand the practice of a group facilitated modelling setting. Using video data from a group modelling building exercise, we analyse how individual actors framed their circumstances in communication with one another and how through facilitated model building this affected their subsequent interpretation and decisions as the process unfolds. We show how, through the models as objects enhanced the interaction between verbal communication, expressed and felt emotion and material cues led to collective behaviour within the group. With our study we extend prior research and elaborate on the role of objects and materiality as part of group decision making.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOutlooks and Insights on Group Decision and Negotiation
Subtitle of host publication15th International Conference, GDN 2015, Warsaw, Poland, June 22-26, 2015, Proceedings
EditorsBogumił Kamiński, Gregory Kersten, Tomasz Szapiro
PublisherSpringer
Pages13-27
VolumeLNBIP 218
ISBN (Print)978-3-319-19514-8
DOIs
Publication statusIn preparation - 14 Jul 2015
Event15th International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN 2015) - Warsaw, Poland
Duration: 22 Jun 201526 Jun 2015

Conference

Conference15th International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN 2015)
CountryPoland
CityWarsaw
Period22/06/1526/06/15

Keywords

  • group decision making
  • problem structuring methods
  • sense-making
  • the mangle
  • collective behaviour

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