Faculty of Management Research Workshop Series
The Faculty of Management Research Workshops give the faculty a forum to discuss research projects with internal and external attendees. The schedule includes the discussion of research from within the faculty and external speakers from other institutions. Attendance is open to staff, PhD students and people interested from outside the university.
Research Workshop Series Term 1 17/18
|Francesco Zirpoli, University of Venice|
Post Merger “Network” Integration: the Case of Fiat and Chrysler
|Ciara Cremin, University of Auckland|
Man-made Woman: A stylised Refusal of Patriarchal-Capitalism?
|5th October||Jochen Runde, Judge Business School, |
An Object-Positioning Theory of Digital Technology
|12th October||Josh Keller, Nanyang Technological University|
Words as Organizing Paradoxes
|19th October||Ella Miron-Spektor, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology |
Paradox Mindset and Job Outcomes: The Problem is How We Think about the Problem
|26th October||Fabio Fonti, Rennes School of Business|
|2nd November||Davide Nicolini, Warwick Business School & Per Ingvar Olsen, BI Norwegian Business School |
Rhizomatic innovation and the forced evolution of medical technology and practice: the case of TAVI
|16th November||Roxana Barbulescu, HEC |
|23rd November||Andrea Patacconi, University of East Anglia|
Towards a legal view of the firm: Limited liability, asset partitioning, and delegation around the world
|30th November||Adam Arvidsson, University of Milan|
|7th December||Markus Höllerer, WU Vienna|
Workshops are from 12:30 - 14:00, in Room 3003 (unless stated).
If you wish to attend a workshop, please contact Faculty Administration