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date: 17 February 2020

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Planning tables are a ubiquitous tool of organizing. They can have different shapes and different names, but what all the variants have in common is a twofold capacity: to create an unambiguous order on the one hand, and to quickly reshuffle this order on the other. A planning table allows the drafting of different plans of how to act and eventually, it initiates the translation of the plan into the real. This is how the planning table unfolds its organizational powers. Planning tables that are appropriate and fit well with the context elicit affection, whereas the lack of these properties creates resistance.

Keywords: table, planning table, paper, SAP, tools, media theory

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