From Loss to Lack: Stories of Organizational Change as Encounters with Failed Fantasies of Self, Work and Organization

2013-09-20T13:31:22Z (GMT) by Michaela Driver
This study advances research on storytelling and organizational change by exploring forty stories of change from a psychoanalytic, particularly Lacanian, perspective. It suggests that stories of organizational change serve an important and, to date, under-explored role as creative and empowering encounters with failed fantasies of self, work and organization. Implications for research on storytelling and organizational change are discussed.