Entrepreneuring and process. A Lefebvrian perspective

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This article engages with processual thinking building upon contributions that posit entrepreneuring as fluid, not necessarily intentional nor necessarily planned, yet as open and indeterminate taking inspiration from the works of French philosopher Henri Lefebvre. Lefebvre’s rhythmanalysis connects ‘becoming’ to ‘everydayness’, considering lived rhythms, respecting all events and, by doing so, offering a markedly fragmentary detailed understanding of rhythmicity. Seeing entrepreneuring as an active intervening in the spatio-temporal rhythms of everyday life, a Lefebvrian perspective allows for not only a subtle, nuanced and dynamic analysing of how disruptions of existing rhythms lead to smaller or larger changes to ‘reality’, but also points at how such changes are not neutral.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)638-648
JournalInternational Small Business Journal
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 2015


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