October 27, 2006
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Gareth Morgan is one of the most creative and innovative thinkers within organizational analysis today. Over the last decade his work has served to fundamentally alter the face of organizational thinking.
In this interview we explore some of his major contributions to the field, including his location of Organizational Analysis within Sociological Paradigms, his development of a unique, radical humanist approach, and his recent exploration of the value of metaphor in understanding organization.