We are excited to invite you to our next HiMOS virtual seminar (https://historymos.wordpress.com/). The aim of this seminar series is to help open up the black box of “practicing” history in the context of management and organization studies.
We are very proud to have another great lineup of speakers sharing their insights and workshopping their papers, including Eero Vaara (Saïd Oxford, keynote), Christina Lubinski (Copenhagen Business School), and Antti Sihvonen (JSBE).
Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Time: 2pm-5pm (UTC+2, Finland)
1pm-4pm (UTC+1, Central European Time)
Noon-3pm (UTC+0, UK)
Please register by click here
After the registration, you will receive the Zoom link, passcode, and the full version of the working papers one week before the seminar.
Eero Vaara (Saïd Oxford): ”How to learn from unusual organizations?”
Working paper presentations:
Christina Lubinski (Copenhagen Business School): ”The Sound of Opportunity: Aural Temporality, Entrepreneurial Opportunity & the Evolution of Markets” (with Dan Wadhwani, University of Southern California)
Antti Sihvonen (JSBE): “Chance, Strategy and Change: The Structure of Contingency in the Evolution of the Nokia Corporation, 1986–2015” (with Jaakko Aspara, NEOMA; Juha-Antti Lamberg, JSBE; Henrikki Tikkanen, Aalto)
HiMOS is organized by the Strategy and Entrepreneurship research group of Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics (JSBE). The purpose of the seminar series is the advancement of historical research in management and organization studies. Seminars are organized twice per year. In each seminar we will have one keynote speaker with a recent history-related publication sharing their insights and experiences and 2–3 advanced working paper presentations.
If you are interested in presenting in future seminars, contact the organizers Zeerim Cheung (email@example.com) and Christian Stutz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are looking forward to your participation!