Welcome to the research seminar of Organization and Management

The lectures are open to all and free of charge.
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The talks are in English and the abstracts are attached below, when available:

14.4.2023 14:00-15:30, Shaz Ansari, Cambridge University

U213 14:00-15:30

  • The topic of the seminar is: "Briscks without straw: How resource-constrained firms transform their roles to gain an advantage in ecosystems".

24.5.2023 14:00-15:30, Michael Lounsbury, University of Alberta

2.6.2023 14:00-15:30, Jackie Coyle-Shapiro, London School of Economics and Political Science

16.6.2023 14:00-15:30, Alexandra Beauregard, University of London



Further information:
Heli Helanummi-Cole, postdoctoral researcher

[email protected]



Previous seminars:

17.2.2023 Boukje Cnossen, Leuphana University of Lüneburg: "Performing ventures in, through, and with regional start-up ecosystems: emerging insights on slowness in accelerators and the pedagogy of pitching".

27.1.2023 Minttu Tikka and Kaisla Kajava, University of Helsinki: Alternation and Adaptation: Reflecting Key Questions around Conducting Mixed-Methods Research’.

16.12.2022 Vili Lehdonvirta, University of Oxford: "Cloud empires: Why platform giants became the Internet’s private government and how states and businesses should respond”.

2.12.2022  Evgenia Lysova, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam: "Advancing Meaningful Work through Integration with Other Research Fields".

11.11.2022 Lotta Hultin, Stockholm School of Economics: "Time to act sustainably: A study of how temporal structures condition sustainable work practices".

4.11.2022 Maxim Voronov, Schulich School of Business, York University: "When work is everything: Coping with institutionalized perfectionism”.

14.10.2022 Callen Anthony, NYU Stern: Back to the Future: Technology Reemergence and Occupational Dynamics through the Lens of Music Synthesizers.

30.9.2022 Tuanyu He, Kent Business School: Does Social Interaction Hurt Search by Groups? Evidence from Online Data Science Competitions.

16.9.2022 Grace Augustine, University of Bath School of Management: Wasted? The Rise and Fall of the Recycling Occupational Movement.

9.9.2022 Chia-Jung Tsay, UCL School of Management: A Premium on Perceived “Naturalness”: Contradictions to Our Ideals of Fairness and Meritocracy.

25.8.2022 Amit Nigam, Bayes Business School: Knowledge voids and failure of professional inference: How responding to an extreme knowledge disturbance through relational-affective competence leads to reimagine a profession’s foundations

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