Reviewing Kenny, Fotaki and Vandekerckhove’s article called ‘Whistleblower subjectivities: organization and passionate attachment’
Introduction As a genre, review articles ‘document the state of knowledge in a given field, primarily for the purpose of fixing existing understandings, or maintaining a record of what we know’ (Patriotta 2020, p. 1273). Corruption literature includes a wide range of disciplines, and ‘review articles play an important role in promoting collective reflections about […]
Developing new understandings about the National Dynamics of Finland
This article is the result of the work of six members of the Finnish Think Tank: Dynamics of Groups and Societies (RYD). It is the continuation of a workshop led by Dr Mannie Sher of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations in 2019. The authors of this article are Aki-Mauri Huhtinen, Sinikka Torkkola, Pertti Ahonen, […]
Primitive Wars & Corporate Battles: A New Way?
The human species has been struggling with how to live together peacefully for over a 2,000 years. On every continent and in every locality there is a story of a war, an uprising, a suppression and the countless numbers of bodies slaughtered and blood spilled in the process of winning or losing. This thirst for […]