Chapter 2: Theorizing routine dynamics: a practice view
We explore how much research on routines in relation to strategies can benefit from research on routine dynamics, which describes routines as practices and resources, enabling and restricting action, providing the basis for agency, while being mobilized and enacted through action, and as operating as generative systems, which shape continuity as well as innovation, stability as well as change.
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