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Key Speakers and Project Team

Charidimos Tsoukas

Professor Charidimos Tsoukas

Distinguished Research Environment Professor of Organizational Behaviour, Warwick Business School, the Columbia Ship Management Professor of Strategic Management at the University of Cyprus.

Research: Organisational knowledge, learning, and sensemaking; practical reason and judgment in organizations; ethical decision making; philosophy and organization studies (especially process, phenomenological and neo-Aristotelian perspectives). Hari's research publications

Davide Nicolini

Professor Davide Nicolini

Director of Ikon, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Research: Practice-based approaches to the study of knowing, learning, and change in organisations; innovation process in healthcare and other complex environments; advancement of action-based approaches to learning and change; study and promotion of safety. Davide's research publications

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Jorgen Sandberg

Professor Jorgen Sandberg

WBS Distinguished Research Environment Professor, Warwick Business School

Research interests: Competence and learning in organizations; how sensemaking and understanding form the basis for individual and collective actions; what defines theory, particularly novel theory and its development; practice theory, and how it can inform the study of organizational phenomena. Jorgen's research publications

Katharina Dittrich

Dr Katharina Dittrich

Associate Professor, Organisation Studies, Organisation and Human Resource Management (OHRM) Group at WBS

Organizational change & routines, climate change, strategy, practice theory, process philosophy, pragmatism, science and technology studies, grand challenges, social studies of finance, qualitative research methods, ethnography
Katharina's Research Publications
Katharina.Dittrich@wbs.ac.uk

Matt Hurst

Matt Hurst

Matt Hurst is a PhD candidate in the Organisation and Human Resource Management department at Warwick Business School. He is an active member of the Process, Practice, and Institutions (PPI) research programme and part of the team creating the 2021 PPI Summer School. A participant in the Warwick Ethnography Circle, he holds an MSc Social Anthropology from The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and is a member of the Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI).



Mira Slavova

Dr Mira Slavova

Assistant Professor, Ikon, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Research interests: Links between Information Systems and Organisation Theory. The prevailing focus of her research is on the sociomateriality of information and communication technologies (ICTs). Mira's research publications

Mira.Slavova@warwick.ac.uk