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Organizational Cultures of Remembrance by Daniel Mai

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6.4  Network of Remembrance, Collaboration, and Conflict

The stakeholder groups mentioned above did not necessarily recollect the corporate past in isolation – they also interacted with each other. This section discusses the interplay between internal, semi-internal, and external stakeholder groups, which occurred in a structure this study identifies as a network of remembrance. Stakeholders collaborated with one another in order to fulfill distinct purposes that would have otherwise been impossible to realize. They also used one another’s cultural forms of remembrance, which were repurposed in the process of this appropriation. At the same time, some groups negotiated conflicts of interest with the others, which resulted from diverging perspectives ...

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