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Reflexivity : a building block of management learning and inquiry?

Ramsey, C. and Cassell, C. and Hibbert, P. (2010) Reflexivity : a building block of management learning and inquiry? In: British Academy of Management Conference 2010, 2010-09-14 - 2010-09-16, University of Sheffield. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

An increased use of reflexivity has been posited as an answer to some of the challenges confronting management researchers seeking to enhance the quality and impact of their research. Similarly we are encouraged to be reflexive in our practice as management educators to enhance both our own learning and that of our students. Yet doing reflexivity in practice remains somewhat under-explored; leaving reflexivity an elusive if attractive concept. In this workshop some of the dilemmas in positioning reflexivity in our practice are explored and critiqued. Following brief introductory ‘conversation starters’ this interactive workshop will seek to explore what potential reflexivity makes available to those involved in developing management thinking and practice