Ode to Choreography
Organizational Aesthetics Cover Issue Vol. 5(1)



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KoloK. (2015). Ode to Choreography. Organizational Aesthetics, 5(1), 37-46. Retrieved from https://oa.journals.publicknowledgeproject.org/index.php/oa/article/view/54


In this invited commentary, I want to invite you to reflect upon several definitions of "choreography" that open up various avenues for future organizational theorizing, relating to the three dimensions: choreography as notation (writing); choreography as a social model (moving together), and choreography as a language (communicating). All three dimensions point implicitly to choreography as a form of knowledge creation, archiving and distribution. I shall also include final thoughts on the role of choreographers as leaders in non-hierarchical environments.