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Distinguished Speaker Series

Keith Grint, Professor Emeritus - Warwick University

Mutiny and Leadership

Whenever leadership emerges within a group, there will be resistance to that leadership. Discontent may manifest in a number of ways, and action will always be determined by factors such as resource, numbers, time, space, and the legitimacy of the resistance. What, then, turns discontent into mutiny?

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2nd December, 13:00 - 14:30 (GMT) in MS Teams OR Lecture Theatre 0.301 (WBS Building)

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Mutiny presentation.

Professor Renate E Meyer - WU Vienna University of Economics and Business

Day 1: Workshop in 'How to publish in Organization Studies, ...'

(2nd February 2022)

Suitable for early career researchers and PhD students.

Day 2: Title - TBA

(3rd February 2022)

Renate’s current research interests include the institutionalisation of new management ideas, translation, institutional renewal, the analysis of institutions as multimodal accomplishments, novel organisational forms, collective action in crises, as well as governance structures and governance gaps mostly in urban contexts.

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2nd February, 14:00 - 15:30 (GMT) in MS Teams OR In person (room TBC).

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3rd February, 13:00 - 14:30 (GMT) in MS Teams OR In person (room TBC).

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Tammar Zilber, - Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Maintaining the Institutional Order throughout a Crisis: Reconstructions of Israeli High-Tech 2001-4

Based on a study of Israeli high-tech conferences after the 2000 crisis, Tammar examines how institutional maintenance is carried out at the organizational field level.

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8th April, 13:00 - 14:30 (GMT) in MS Teams OR Lecture Theatre 0.301 (WBS Building)

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Nina Granqvist, - Aalto University

Title - TBA

The focus of Nina's research is how new industries and market categories emerge and develop. The studies explore this topic from multiple theoretical perspectives, including institutional theory, market categorization, temporality, narratives, and agency in nascent fields. Empirically, Nina's collaborative research draws on extensive qualitative datasets on for example the development of solar technology, nanotechnology, material sciences, and food trends.

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1st June, 14:00 - 15:30 (GMT) in MS Teams OR In person (room TBC).

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Past speakers

Yutaka Yamauchi (Kyoto University)

Daniel Geiger (Hamburg University) - recording

Marianna Fotaki & Innan Sasaki (WBS) - AM Session, PM Session & Gender Day 2021 Flyer

Lucas Introna (Lancaster University)

Frithjof Wegener (TU Delft, The Netherlands)

Christopher Steele (University of Alberta)

Katharina Dittrick (WBS)

Ari Kuismin (Aalto University School of Business)

Charlotte Cloutier, Ann Langley (HEC Montreal)

Rodrigo Ribeiro (UFMG), Hari Tsoukas (WBS) and Demetris Hadjimichael (WBS)

Tima Bansal (Ivey Business School)

Ruthanne Huising (EM Lyon)

Kate Kellog (MIT)

Jean Bartunek (Carroll School of Management - Boston College)

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