The group approaches the business economic field from many angles:
- Organisations perceived as a rather stable entity that periodically are changed to meet the demands of its surroundings or as a dynamic phenomenon continually changing and reorganising itself in collaboration with its surroundings.
- Strategic practice and praxis that can be explored on a macro level or studied more closely on a nitty-gritty micro level.
- Managing as a practice that can be characterised as a controlling and planning practice or as a more informal, meshed and everyday relational practice.
- Relations perceived from a classic theory of network perspective or as a socially constructed phenomenon taking place everyday in organisational actors’ attempt to construct meaning.
- Innovation as a concept that can be explored through financial-political analysis of regional, national or global conditions surrounding organisations and firms or as a phenomenon that can be understood through longitudinal studies of concrete change- and development processes taking place within a certain organisation or firm.
- Philosophy of science as a field that ranges from theoretical reflections about ontology and epistemology to the concrete use of different paradigms such as empirical analytic or social constructionism in research projects.