CDO? That’s OCD, in the correct alphabetical order, dammit.
So, it’s been an interesting couple of weeks. Quite stressful. And one of the ways I cope with stress (a displacement activity, perhaps) is to try to categorise information. It somehow soothes me. Go figure.
Here are five glossaries that I’ve worked on (some I started quite a while ago), alongside the reading about Corporate Political Activity/Corporate Social Responsibility.
They are, in, cough, alphabetical order
Australia (that’s my PhD, after all) – it’s the glossary which is least advanced, but will end up being the biggest. You can also see my attempt at a very brief outline history of the crucial period 2008-2012.
Dialectic Issue LifeCycle Model – the model that puts together innovation literatures and issue lifecycle literatures…
Innovation Terminology (I am, after all, part of the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research)
They are basically places I (and others) can go to for quotes, references, further reading etc. I intend to keep expanding the glossaries, adding data to the individual pages, but only after I have written the relevant paragraphs of my thesis that go with that “snippet” (or part of the fabric!). Comments welcome.