We as puntOorg pay great attention to the relationship between means and ends, both when we deal with organizational and managerial practices, and when we go to the root of organizational and managerial issues, investigating what lies under the way we do our research, questioning ourselves on the epistemological and methodological premises that, consciously or unconsciously, guide our work. 

Being aware of how complex the relationship between means and ends always is (in the history of philosophy as well as in the theories and management practices),  we believe that the internationalization of research is both an object and a method. We pay great attention to the processes  (how to do), as well as on the results and performances (what to do/get).

This section of our website explains how we do internationalization in organization studies and management studies. For this reason, here we collect some of our experiences within European Academy of Management (EURAM) and Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism (SCOS).