This chapter considers the value to organizational scholars of Lefebvre’s Rhythmanalysis (2004), and, specifically, how it can be used as a methodological tool for empirical investigations into organizational life. I start by arguing that, whilst Lefebvre’s (1991) theories of space as socially produced have been applied to organizations and their spatial configurations (Beyes and Steyaert, 2012; Dale, 2005; Dale and Burrell, 2007; Ford and Harding, 2004; Taylor and Spicer, 2007; Wasserman and Frenkel, 2015), his later work on rhythms, originally published in France in 1992, later translated into English, has had less impact in this field (notable exceptions will be explored below).