Process Organization Studies (PROS) represents a way of studying organizational phenomena as dynamic and constituted in practice. Traditional topics within organization studies such as routines, change, innovation, knowledge, etc. which have often been studied as ‘entities’ will from a process perspective be approached as something created and recreated through interacting embodied agents embedded in socio-material practices. The increasing use of gerund (-ing), initally brought forth by Karl Weick’s emphasis on organizing rather than organization, redirects attention towards the dynamic and living aspects of phenomena acknowledging the complexity, emergence and open-endeness of human conduct and operation.

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“Materializing the Immaterial: Relational Movements in a Perfume’s Becoming” by Nada Endrissat and Claus Noppeney is an example of a PROS research article written