Daniel Sage
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Ethnographic research in the construction industry
D Tutt, S Pink, A Dainty
Routledge, UK, 2012
A critical argument in favor of theoretical pluralism: Project failure and the many and varied limitations of project management
D Sage, A Dainty, N Brookes
International journal of project management 32 (4), 544-555, 2014
An island of constancy in a sea of change: Rethinking project temporalities with long-term megaprojects
N Brookes, D Sage, A Dainty, G Locatelli, J Whyte
International Journal of Project Management 35 (7), 1213-1224, 2017
New directions in critical geopolitics: an introduction
L Jones, D Sage
GeoJournal 75 (4), 315-325, 2010
How actor‐network theories can help in understanding project complexities
D Sage, A Dainty, N Brookes
International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 2011
Framing space: A popular geopolitics of American manifest destiny in outer space
D Sage
Geopolitics 13 (1), 27-53, 2008
How outer space made America: Geography, organization and the cosmic sublime
D Sage
Routledge, 2016
Who reads the project file? Exploring the power effects of knowledge tools in construction project management
DJ Sage, ARJ Dainty, NJ Brookes
Construction Management and Economics 28 (6), 629-639, 2010
Organizing space and time through relational human–animal boundary work: Exclusion, invitation and disturbance
D Sage, L Justesen, A Dainty, K Tryggestad, J Mouritsen
Organization 23 (3), 434-450, 2016
A ‘Strategy-as-Practice’exploration of lean construction strategizing
D Sage, A Dainty, N Brookes
Building research & information 40 (2), 221-230, 2012
Thinking the ontological politics of managerial and critical performativities: An examination of project failure
D Sage, A Dainty, N Brookes
Scandinavian Journal of Management 29 (3), 282-291, 2013
‘Danger building site—keep out!?’: a critical agenda for geographical engagement with contemporary construction industries
D Sage
Social & cultural geography 14 (2), 168-191, 2013
A consideration of reflexive practice within the critical projects movement
D Sage, A Dainty, N Brookes
International Journal of Project Management 28 (6), 539-546, 2010
Exploring the organizational proliferation of new technologies: An affective actor-network theory
D Sage, C Vitry, A Dainty
Organization Studies 41 (3), 345-363, 2020
Constructing Resilient Futures: Integrating UK multi-stakeholder transport and energy resilience for 2050
I Sircar, D Sage, C Goodier, P Fussey, A Dainty
Futures 49, 49-63, 2013
Giant leaps and forgotten steps: NASA and the performance of gender
D Sage
The Sociological Review 57 (1_suppl), 146-163, 2009
Understanding power within project work: the neglected role of material and embodied registers
DJ Sage, A Dainty
Engineering project organization journal 2 (4), 202-215, 2012
Geographies of outer space: Progress and new opportunities
O Dunnett, AS Maclaren, J Klinger, KMD Lane, D Sage
Progress in Human Geography 43 (2), 314-336, 2019
Securing and scaling resilient futures: neoliberalization, infrastructure, and topologies of power
D Sage, P Fussey, A Dainty
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 33 (3), 494-511, 2015
Organising community resilience: An examination of the forms of sociality promoted in community resilience programmes
C Zebrowski, D Sage
Resilience 5 (1), 44-60, 2017
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