1. Introduction: Time and Materiality: What Is at Stake in the Materialization of Time and Time as a Materialization?
Francois-Xavier Vaujany, Nathalie Mitev, Pierre Laniray, Emmanuelle Vaast
Part I. Materializing Time and History in Organizations: What Is at Stake?
2. Time, History, and Materiality
3. Dual Iconographies and Legitimation Practices in Contemporary Organizations: A Tale of the Former NATO Command Room
François-Xavier Vaujany, Emmanuelle Vaast
4. Evolution of Non-Technical Standards: The Case of Fair Trade
Part II. Temporal Dynamics of Artefacts and Materiality in Organizations: The Importance of Material Traces
5. Making Organizational Facts, Standards, and Routines: Tracing Materialities and Materializing Traces
Christine McLean, Jeremy Aroles
6. Management Control Artefacts: An Enabling or Constraining Tool for Action? Questioning the Definition and Uses of the Concept of Affordances from a Management Control Perspective
7. Clocks, Clerks, Customers: Queue Management Systems, Post-Socialist Sensibilities, and Performance Measurement at a Retail Bank
8. When the
Part III. Stretching Out Time and Materiality in Organizations: From Presentism to
9. The Historian’s Present
10. The Role of History in Information Systems Research: Beyond Presentism
11. The Principles of Campus Conception: A Spatial and Organizational Genealogy. What Knowledge Can We Use from a Historical Study in Order to Analyse the Design Processes of a New Campus?
12. Conclusion: Understanding Materiality and the Material Underpinnings of Organizations through a
Nathalie Mitev, Francois Xavier Vaujany, Emmanuelle Vaast, Pierre Laniray
13. Epilogue: Strategic Coordination Information Technologies and Europe-USA’s Organizations: Time-and-History Regimes in Refolding Long-Term Elective Affinities