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Julie Borup Jensen performs and discusses her paper ‘Artfulness as a dimension of professional practice’

Julie’s paper is part of the ARJ Special Issue on Artfulness in the Organizational Playground. In this short video – link below – we hear, in both Julia’s own words and music, the sensory-awareness and embodied attunement that is part of her action research practice and work in professional organizations. To read Julie’s paper in […]


Articulating practice through Provenance

Professional practice literature acknowledges the value for practitioners inquiring into and critically reflecting on their professional practice. This is often referred to as practitioner research, but in action inquiry circles is known as first-person action research. Inquiry into and describing one’s practice has its challenges. How can a professional creatively interrogate their practice to generate […]