David M. Boje
is currently Professor and Bill Daniels Ethics Fellow, a past endowed Bank of America professor
of management at New Mexico State University
(NMSU) in Las Cruces. He has published over 120 journal articles, seventeen books, including Narrative Methods for Organization and Communication Research (Sage, 2001); Storytelling Organizations, 2008; Critical Theory Ethics in Business and Public Administration, 2008. His newest books are: Dancing to the Music of Story (with Ken Baskin), and The Future of Storytelling and Organization: An Antenarrative Handbook (Routledge, 2011).
He is best known for his 1991 Administrative Science Quarterly and 1995 Academy of Management Journal articles on 'storytelling organization
' in relation to currency of Sensemaking
sensemaking in organizations as Tamara_
-Land. He is also founder of the .
He invented the term "antenarrative" which is defined as the double move of a bet (ante) or a before (ante) of story on its way to narrative (Boje, 2011a) and is a part of the triadic theory of storytelling developed by Boje. His handbook on the subject claims to be the first volume to offer a systematic examination of non-traditional narrative inquiry in the management realm, organizing and developing its approach
He is known to teach barefoot
as a protest against sweatshops
of multinational corporations