Published online by Cambridge University Press: 24 December 2020
This chapter presents how a phenomenological approach can help developing a more integral and relational understanding of embodied and resonant practices of new work in organisations. Building on seeing work as situationally and temporally placed, the concept of ‘inter-practice’ will be discussed. In such relational practices material, economic and socio-cultural, political dimensions come together. Based on a Merleau-Pontyian inspired phenomenology of embodied practicing, the processual concept of “inter-practice” is presented. Afterword the relational mode of ‘resonance’ as developed by Rosa will be presented and critically discussed and by concluding some implications and perspectives offered.