The chapter highlights the distinction between reflection (as a socio-cognitive capacity and disposition to think about one's work) and reflexivity (as a process which questions the ways in which people socially give sense to reality), exploring how organizational reflexivity can work as a practice. A case study exemple is presented to underpin the way we can detect and put in evidence tacit and implicit knowledge. Different ways of using reflexive practice are discussed in order to develop condictions for a reflexive exercise on such embedded and distributes dimensions.
|Title of host publication||Reflexivity and Psychology, The Yearbook of Idiographic Science,|
|Editors||Ruggeri R., Salvatore, S Marsico G.|
|Number of pages||32|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
- reflexivity, practice, transformative action,