32 SES 11 B, Rhythm Analysis, Psychoanalysis and Ethics as Perspectives of Organizational Education
1. Title of Proposal
A study on research methodology
for the rhythm analysis of organization
: based on Henri Lefebvre's rhythm analysis theory
2. Proposal Information
Models and tools for diagnosing organizational and organizational culture are dominated by models provided by business administration and organizational psychology. The theoretical foundation of this academic approach is based on recognizing the organization as a small society and identifying the organization as a structure and system. These attempts are generally pursuing the scientific process of the diagnosis process, which is aimed at ultimately aiming at improving the achievement of the organization. This study presents a new approach to the existing organizational paradigm. The adoption of cultural perspectives in the perspective of looking at an organization makes the model of organization diagnosis slightly different. Recently, various humanistic approaches such as attempt to grasp the organization as a reproduction organization, attempt to grasp the organization as a root organization like rhythm, and attempt to grasp the organization as a ritual are spreading in the organization diagnosis. Therefore, this study intends to adopt the social theory model of Henry Lefevbre 's “Rhythm analysis” as organizational theory and organization diagnosis model. In addition, we will try to devise steps and procedures to provide a methodological model for the theoretical organization 's rhythm in daily life, and finally to diagnose the atmosphere of the organization.
3. Methodology or Methods/ Research Instruments or Sources Used In this study, we conducted a comprehensive theoretical review of rhythm analysis with the final goal of making the rhythm analysis function as an actual analysis. Henri Lefebvre's rhythm analysis is his last social analytic theoretic work, but there is a limitation that it is incomplete. However, in order to grasp the constantly flowing aspects of society, the rhythm analysis which seeks and interprets everyday life in spatio- The conceptual mechanism has infinite possibilities to grasp the various individuals, organizations, and material flows that are becoming our lives in our daily life.
4. Conclusions, Expected Outcomes or Findings As a result of the research, the method and process of research for the organization 's rhythm analysis can be composed of four stages. First, we proceed with a pragmatic study on the current organizational rhythm. At this stage, we examine four perspectives on life history research and try to describe the phenomenon. In addition, we perform rhythm analysis checklist review for discovery and diagnosis of current rhythm. Second, we analyze the interaction of linear and cyclic rhythm processes in the organization. At this stage, problems with the generation of energy in the organization are addressed. Third, the dialectical generation processes of deterministic rhythms within an organization are described. At this stage, the processes such as the birth, growth, climax, decline, and end of the rhythm in the organization are explored. Fourth, the creative space for the creation and activation of a new rhythm in the organization is identified. At this stage, the elimination of negative rhythms in the organization and the creation of new creative and innovative rhythms are explored.
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