J. M. Crubellate

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The main purpose of this study was to analyse the cultural reaction to an acquisition process. The case study was based upon values and beliefs shared out among employees of a Brazilian Bank recently acquired by the Spanish group Santander Bank as patterns of acceptance or resistance to that process. To access the necessary data, we interviewed a sample of(More)
Sometimes organizations described as benevolent, focusing on stable procedures and cordial relations are regarded as examples of collective indolence and likely to be out-competed by aggressive, merciless and stressprone organizations. In this paper we suggest that some managers and organizations follow a requisite stress principle, according to which(More)
The neoinstitutional theory has been characterized by some scholars in the field of organizational studies as a supposedly deterministic approach. We will demonstrate in this paper that this characterization cannot be impinged on the neoinstitutional perspective in a generalized way, but only to a dichotomic reading of it, that is typical of(More)
The most recent efforts in institutional theory applied to organization studies search for ways to overcome consequences of traditional dichotomies based on levels of analysis, social structures versus agency as source of practices, and so on. If in other social sciences that debate has received fundamental contributions in the last three or four decades,(More)
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