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    A Group Identity Analysis of Organizations and Their Stakeholders: Porosity of Identity and Mobility of Attributes. [REVIEW]Anne Barraquier - 2013 - Journal of Business Ethics 115 (1):45-62.
    I propose an ethnographic study on the incremental transformation of identity. Through an analysis of managerial perceptions of stakeholder influence, I suggest that identity is adaptive rather than enduring and that, to explain adaptive identity, group identity is more appropriate than an organizational identity perspective. The case study uses qualitative data collected in organizations manufacturing flavors and fragrances for the large consumer goods industries. The analysis reveals that attributes shared with clannish stakeholders gradually replace attributes of a claimed identity, and (...)
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    Innovations in Teaching Business Ethics and Business & Society.Anne Barraquier, Mark Bender, Bruce Klaw, Donald Mayer & John Holcomb - 2017 - Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 28:105-117.
    This symposium discusses the challenges of teaching in a global environment, to students of different languages and nationalities, using cases and materials that have an Anglo-Saxon bias, and to extremely large classes that require innovative techniques, including use of social media. The symposium also addresses the value of blending traditional teaching approaches with ways to stimulate student interaction, to address the most vital ethical issues in the context of the latest cases. It also addresses ways of integrating ethics and sustainability (...)
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    Globalizing the Business & Society Curriculum: Integrating Ethics, Law and Public Policy.Lucien Dhooge, Bruce Klaw, Anne Barraquier & John Holcomb - 2014 - Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 25:311-322.
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    A Cultural Analysis of Sustainability and Human Organizations.Anne Barraquier - 2012 - Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 23:112-121.
    What can we learn from pre-industrial societies and organizations to achieve a sustainable development? As the pressure on organizations for a more sustainable world is increasing, some suggest that pre-industrial societies have lessons to teach. Organizations studies have borrowed very little from anthropology studies and have therefore not benefited from the cultural analysis they provide. This paper digs into this untapped reservoir of knowledge, and suggests a twofold discussion. The first part presents counterintuitive results that dismiss common assumptions: indigenous organizations (...)
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    The Influence of Social and Ethical Issues on Innovation.Anne Barraquier - 2011 - Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 22:176-188.
    Previous research has been looking for evidence of a correlation between social performance and financial performance. This paper suggests that social issues bring new knowledge within the processes of the organization, a knowledge that is integrated in the innovation process. An empirical study conducted in the flavor and fragrance industry demonstrates that social and ethical issues translate into data and knowledge through four processes: knowledge flows, social exchange, experiential learning and collaborative dynamics. These results are analyzed and briefly discussed.
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