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Seminar Series

Management and Organization Department

FALL 2017

October 4

Professor Andrew Knight (Olin - WUSTL)

Whose idea is it anyway? How lead entrepreneurs foster collective ownership in provisional founding teams

9-10:30, Fulton Hall 130

October 25

Dr. Mel Fugate 

Title: TBD

9-10:30, Fulton Hall 423

November 8

Professor Natalya Vinokurova (Wharton - UPenn)

Title: TBD

10-11:30, Fulton Hall 130

November 15

Professor Brian Pentland (Michigan State University)

Title: TBD

Time/location: 9-10:30, Fulton Hall 423

 

SPRING 2017

January 18

Professor Joep Cornelissen (Erasmus Univ. Rotterdam)

Embodying entrepreneurship: how framing and gesturing in entrepreneurial pitches influence investor decision-making

10-11:30, Stokes Hall S295

February 15

Professor Walter Ferrier (Kentucky)

Competitive Forbearance

10-11:30, Stokes Hall S295

March 1

Professor JP Eggers (NYU)

Market Relatedness, Technological Relatedness, and the Dynamics of Organizational Growth

10-11:30, Lynch Center, Fulton Hall 515

March 16

Professor Don Palmer (UC Davis)

Stuff rolls down hill: The consequences of detected misconduct for workers, managers, and their organizations in the professional cycling industry.

10-11:30, Fulton Hall 425

March 23

Professor Katherine DeCelles (University of Toronto)

Hold up: Rare event schematas, expectations and injury in convenience store robbery.

10-11:30, Lynch Center, Fulton Hall 515

April 5

Professor Sue Ashford (Michigan)

Leadership Construction In Organizations & Teams: The role of beliefs, actions & interpersonal perceptions

10-11:30, Stokes Hall S295

April 20

Professor Lisa Leslie (NYU)

On Melting Pots and Salad Bowls: Are Identity-Blind or Identity-Conscious Diversity Ideologies More Effective?

10-11:30, Lynch Center, Fulton Hall 515

 

FALL 2016

October 12

Professor Xavier CastaƱer (University of Lausanne)

A framework for the generation of novelty and useful ideas: Studying creativity & innovation in the context of international scientific organizations (CERN and ESA)

9-10:30, Fulton Hall, 150

 

SPRING 2016 

February 3

Professor Jim Walsh (University of Michigan)

Toward a theory of business

9-10:30, Lynch Center, Fulton Hall 515

February 10

Professor Laura Empson (Cass Business School)

Ambiguous Authority and Hidden Hierarchy: Collective Leadership Dynamics In A Professional Service Firm

9-10:30, Lynch Center, Fulton Hall 515

March 2

Professor Stuart Bunderson (Washington University)

Different view of hierarchy and why they matter: Hierarchy as inequality or as cascading influence

9-10:30, Higgins Hall 263

Mar 23

Professor Dan Cable (London Business School)

Bringing Employees' Best Selves to Employment Relationships Reduces Burnout

9-10:30, Lynch Center, Fulton Hall 515

April 13

Professor Evan Rawley (Columbia University)

Intra-Firm Spillovers? The Stock and Flow Effects of Collocation

10:15-11:45, Higgins 225

April 27

Professor Scott Sonenshein (Rice University)

From Mine to Ours: Managing Boundaries in the "Sharing Economy"

9-10:30, Lynch Center, Fulton Hall 515

May 11

Professor Kathleen Eisenhardt (Stanford University)

Origins and Outcomes of Cooperation and Competition in Nascent Ecosystems

9-10:30, Lynch Center, Fulton Hall 515

 

 

 

 

Embodying entrepreneurship: how framing and gesturing in entrepreneurial pitches influences investor decision-making
Embodying entrepreneurship: how framing and gesturing in entrepreneurial pitches influences investor decision-making
Embodying entrepreneurship: how framing and gesturing in entrepreneurial pitches influences investor decision-making