On March 30th, indigenous organizations’ acts of resilience and of institutional translation will be at the center of the discussions in our next ICOR Seminar. First, Haitao Yu (IESEG) will present his paper “Place-Based Resources and Resilience: The Case of a First Nation Heritage Center in Canada”, co-authored with Tima Bansal (Ivey Business School) and Diane-Larue Arjalies (Ivey Business School).
Then, Habofanoe Polaki (IESEG) will present his research project “Institutional Translation Ad Infinitum: Localizing Hiv/Aids Relief In Lesotho”, co-authored with Farrah Kodeih (IESEG) and Wim Van Lent (IESEG).
On January 26th, the potential of Social change through translation or transgression will be addressed in our next ICOR Seminar. First, Janna Rose (Grenoble Ecole de Management) will present her paper “International Monsanto Tribunal’s Prefigurative Translation: Connecting Alternative Initiatives and Structural Impact”, co-authored with Marcos Barros (Grenoble Ecole de Management) (abstract available here).
Then, Tapiwa Seremani (IESEG) will present his research project “From fun to immoral: Transgression and moral boundaries negotiated around a material object”, co-authored with Carine Farias (IESEG).
Employees social behaviors will be at the core of the next ICOR Seminar on November 29th, with Ante Glavas (University of Vermont) and Kenneth De Roeck (Skema), who will present their paper: “Employee Socially Responsible Behavior: An Integrative Review and Research Agenda” (abstract available here).
On November 24th, ICOR will receive Lisa Buchter (Emlyon) for discussing cooperative housing, based on her paper “Reorganizing domestic chores in Cooperative Housing: Rule reflexivity and the transformation of domestic spheres” (abstract available here).
Then, Lucas Amaral (IESEG) will present her research project on racism in social media, titled: ““I’m not racist, they’re just Facebook jokes: How organizations deal with viral racist incidents”, co-authored with Susan Cooper (King’s Business School, King’s College London). The abstract is available here.
On November 7th, microfinance will be at the center of the next ICOR Seminar’s discussions. First, Gazi Islam (Grenoble Ecole de Management) will present his research, co-authored with Rose Bote Ntondumu (Neoma Business School) and Tao Wang (Kyoto University), titled: “All Aboard? Discretionary work by Frontline Workers” (abstract available here).
Then, Paulami Mitra (IESEG) will present her research project “The impact of microfinance on women: A case-study on Peru”, co-authored with Juliette Louatron (IESEG), Thaïs Rolland, and Loïc Plé (IESEG).
On September 23rd, an ICOR Seminar will take place on the theme of managers’ ethics. John Hegarty (IESEG) will present his paper entitled « On becoming a good manager”, followed by Wim van Lent (IESEG) who will present his paper “Soul-searching in the archives: Crisis, Temporality and Path dependence”. Wim van Lent’s abstract is available here.
On May 19th, Benjamin Huybrechts (IESEG) will present his paper entitled « Collective Space and New Practice Emergence: The Case of a French Social Entrepreneurship Coworking Space » in the context of an ICOR research seminar. More information available here.
On February 17th, Dirk Lindebaum (Grenoble Ecole du Management) presented his paper entitled « Reading the technological society to understand the mechanization of values and its ontological consequences » in the context of an ICOR research seminar. More information available here.
On November 18th, Domenico Dentoni (Montpellier Business School) presented his paper entitled «How vibrant materiality animates institutions: An ethnographic study of a Malawian dairy collective enterprise» in the context of an ICOR research seminar. More information available here.
Every year, IÉSEG and ICOR organize a competition to award the best “IÉSEG student thesis” regarding organizational ethics, social responsibility and sustainable development. (suite…)