A Revisited Perspective on the Deconstructive Process in Organizations

Alina Ionela Bădescu

Abstract


The main purpose of this paper is to advance a revisited theoretical version on the business organizational reality. The new organizational scientists ceased to present the organizational business reality as a given one opting in favor of a constructivist perspective. Management and leadership key theorists like Michael Porter, Henry Mintzberg, Steve Jobs, Richard Bronson, Charles Handy, Peter Drucker, have gone beyond the mere representational knowledge of business environment, considering that business reality is being continually constructed and reconstructed. As pioneers in the science of strategic management and as well as innovators, they are followed by a vast array of organisations’ leaders all over the world, all of them being interested in the methods of optimizing business reality as planning, strategic methods and techniques etc. Planning, among such procedures, is meant to re-creating the business environment in the benefit of the organisation. We shall attempt not only to make an inventory of the new topic but also to rethink some of the classical concept like those of planning and strategy related to our own field of interest: the dualist perspective on the business organizational growth. Our own approach might be integrated therefore in what we are allowed to announce as being a dualist perspective. The organizational reality of business appears to be a strategized reality so that the planning act is the main dimension of the reconstructed business reality.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n2s2p27


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