How do theories become self-fulfilling? Clarifying the process of Barnesian performativity
To explore when theories become self-fulfilling in our original article (Marti &Gond, 2018), we first had to develop a process model of how theories becomeself-fulfilling.
We argued that this process involves three steps:
(1) new theories lead to experimentation,
(2) experimentation produces anomalies, and
(3) anomalies convince initially unconvinced actors to shift their practices.
Our critics raise important issues about our process model, which is why we use this response to clarify our argument about the process of Barnesian performativity.
|Persistent URL||dx.doi.org/10.5465/amr.2019.0024, hdl.handle.net/1765/127110|
|Journal||Academy of Management Review|
Marti, E.S, & Gond, J.P. (2019). How do theories become self-fulfilling? Clarifying the process of Barnesian performativity. Academy of Management Review, 44(3), 686–694. doi:10.5465/amr.2019.0024