Hello,It has been quiet on the website for quite a while. You may have noticed that it has not looked properly for some time. I (Markus) am working on fixing the problem – but I am more of a researcher than a website “hacker”. So, please bear with me. If you happen to have website […]
Journal of Management Studies SI on extreme contexts extended
Upon very popular request, we have decided to extend the deadline of the extreme context SI to September 10 (2022). If you know someone planning on submitting, please pass the word along. We have tried to contact people that have been in contact about the deadline of the SI, too. Here is the “old” information […]
Questions and Answers from SI in Journal of Management Studies PDW on Extreme contexts
Please find a video from the presentation associated with the paper development workshop on the special issue on extreme contexts, in Journal of Management Studies. If you have any questions, please watch the video and review the questions and answers document. If you still have any questions, please do get in touch (contacts in the […]
PDW FOR THE SPECIAL ISSUE ON: “ORGANIZING AND STRATEGIZING IN AND FOR EXTREME CONTEXTS: TEMPORALITY, EMBODIMENT, MATERIALITY”
Please note that we are organizing a PDW for the Special issue on “ORGANIZING AND STRATEGIZING IN AND FOR EXTREME CONTEXTS: TEMPORALITY, EMBODIMENT, MATERIALITY” to be published in Journal of Management Studies. During the PDW we will tell you a bit about what we envision with the special issue and there will be plenty of […]
Paper Development Workshop on Extreme contexts at EGOS!
There will be a paper development workshop on EGOS in Vienna, 2022! Please check out this link for more information (and make sure to apply!) Deadline 30th of April (see EGOS website for any changes) Link: Theorizing Extreme Contexts
Virtual seminar on Writing Extreme contexts
Time for the seventh(!) virtual seminar! This time on Writing Extreme contexts with Professor April Wright and Assistant professor Derin Kent – both at Warwick University. Good writing benefits all scholars, but it seems especially valuable to ECR. We write about contexts that fall outside the life experience of many readers, where contextual detail is essential […]
Videos from the 6th workshop: Fiction & Extreme contexts
Please find the videos from the last workshop here! Featuring Professor Barbara Czarniawska (Gothenburg University) and Professor David A. Buchanan (Cranfield University).
Virtual seminar on Fiction & Extreme contexts!
It is our absolute pleasure to let you know that the theme of the sixth workshop is “Fiction & Extreme Contexts,” featuring Professors Barbara Czarniawska (Gothenburg University) and David Buchanan (Cranfield University)! An enduring problem with researching extreme contexts is the issue of access. Extreme events may be hard to access as they happen, or […]
Special issue in Journal of Management Studies: Organizing and strategizing in and for extreme contexts: Temporality, Embodiment, Materiality
More great news! There is certainly some momentum to the interest of extreme contexts. Happy to announce that Journal of Management Studies will run a special issue directly related to extreme contexts in general, and temporality, embodiment and materiality, in particular! See further details in the call, here. The special issue is organized by Markus […]
The PROS conference on Organizing on the Precipice: Process Studies in Extreme Contexts
Happy to see that the next PROS conference will be about extreme contexts! Quite a fitting theme after having lived through most (hopefully) of a major global crisis, a.k.a. the COVID-19 pandemic. There are some excellent speakers lined up, including Beth Bechky (see her video video from our seminars here), Dan Zahavi and Loïc Wacquant. […]