Welcome to the research seminar of Organization and Management
The seminar is usually scheduled between 2.00 pm and 3.30 pm, although there are exceptions. The talks are in English and the abstracts are attached below, when available.
TO BE POSTPONED Grace Augustine (Cass Business School): From Movements to Managers: Changing Positions in the Field of Sustainability
TO BE POSTPONED Fabio Rojas (Indiana University): Strategies and Positions in Organizational Fields: The Case of Contemporary Art Collectors
TO BE POSTPONED Maxim Voronov (York University)
TO BE POSTPONED Paul Tracey (University of Cambridge): When Callings meet Entrepreneurship: How following their Calling affects Social Entrepreneurs and their Ventures
TO BE POSTPONED Sally Maitlis (University of Oxford)
The topics of the lectures will be added later.
1.2.2019, Fazer Hall (C-331): Katri Kauppi and Juri Matinheikki (both from Aalto University): Toward a Middle Range Theory of Agency in Inter-Organizational Relationships: A Systematic Literature Review
8.2.2019,Fazer Hall (C-331): Anders Dahl Krabbe (University of Southern Denmark): The Cockroach in the Ear: A Theory of Stigmatized Artifacts
1.3.2019, 14:00-15:30, (R038/U006), Alessandro Piazza (Rice University)
How Stigmatized Categories Emerge: The Genesis of the Abortion Clinic in the United States after Roe v. Wade
5.4.2019, 13:30-15:00, (R038/V001), Daniel Beunza (Cass Business School)
Resilience, meaning, and organizational response to disaster
14.5.2019, 14:00-15:30, (Otakaari 1, room U5), Jeannie Holstein (Nottingham University)
The changing role of the media in organizing: lessons from the carnival of Brexit
22.5.2019, 15:00-17:00, (Room TBA) Martha Feldman (University of California Irvine) and Brian Pentland (Michigan State University) This joint talk is hosted by the Helsinki Workshop on Routines and Practices. Open to everybody.
Exploring Patterning in Routine Dynamics: 20 Years in and We are Just Getting Started
3.6.2019, 14:00-15:30 (U006) David Obstfeld (California State University)
Getting New Things Done: Networks and Social Skill as It Applies to Innovation and Entrepreneurship
7.6.2019, 14:00-15:30, (R038/U006), Markus Höllerer (WU Vienna)
Envisioning the “sharing city”: governance strategies for the sharing economy
6.9.2019, 9:30-11:00, U149 (KoneCranes) Otakaari 1, Ioannis Ioannou (London Business School): Corporate Sustainability: A Strategy?
13.9.2019, 14:00-15:30, T004 (School of Business), Ignacio Pavez (Case Western Reserve University): Appreciative organizing: Understanding positive organization development and change
11.10.2019, 14.15-15.45, V001 (Wihurin rahasto), Marina Biniari (Aalto University), Quy N. Huy (INSEAD), and Davide Ravasi (University College London): Do we have time to change now? How tensions in valorizing time influence planned organizational change
25.10.2019, 14.00-15.30, Q101 (Väre), Markus Hällgren (Umeå University): A Matter of Life and Death: How Extreme contexts research matters for management and organizations studies
22.11.2019, 14:00-15:30, V001 (Wihurin rahasto), Gregoire Croidieu (Grenoble Ecole de Management): From Crû to Classé: how the veneration of the 1855 Bordeaux wine classification led to the reinvention of the Bordeaux wine tradition
29.11.2019, 14:00-15:30, V001 (Wihurin rahasto), Innan Sasaki (University of Warwick): Bounded imagination: How history and memory shape continuity and change in long-lived firms
13.12.2019, 14:00-15:30, U213 (Conference room, O&M Unit) Mirva Peltoniemi and Juha-Antti Lamberg (University of Jyväskylä): Non-Action as Entrepreneurial Choice
23.1.2020, 14:00-16:00, U213, Torkild Thanem (Stockholm Business School): Analytical Buggery: Embodied Reason and Engagement in Management & Organization Studies
31.1.2020, 14:00-15:30, T003, Dennis Jancsary (Vienna University of Economics and Business): Some things are better left unsaid: The relevance of silence in theorization processes
5.3.2020, 13:30-15:00, V001 (Wihurin rahasto), Jean Bartunek (Boston College): How Reflexivity Aids Paradox: Fostering Both Stability and Change in a Learning Based Organization