Department of Business Humanities and Law

  • Governance, Culture & Learning Unit
Teaching assistant

Room: POR/18.B-3.143
E-mail: lj.bhl@cbs.dk

My research centers on organizational atmospheres, sensory learning and neo-phenomenology. I’m engaged with emerging research agenda’s in organization studies addressing aesthetic, affective and spatial approaches to thinking organization by building on a cross disciplinary research focus including inspiration from human geography, art, philosophy, architecture, and urban planning. A special interest concerns the methodological aspect of researching and accounting for relational phenomena, like organizational atmospheres.

Primary research areas
  • Organizational atmosphere
  • Contemporary social theory and method
  • Neo and post phenomenology
  • Architecture, performance and aesthetics
  • Innovation, creativity and learning
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  • Qualitative Methods, at Bsc HA SOC, CBS
  • Ledelse under forandring (Changes in Leadership) Msc Cand. Merc., CBS
  • Theories of Contemporary Society II, at Bsc HA SOC, CBS

Supervision in areas such as organizational aesthetics, public innovation, social and political theory, qualitative methods, embodiment and affect, phenomenology, creativity, creative industries and architecture.

Other teaching activities
  • Reflexive Leadership, GEMBA & EMBA, CBS
Selected publications

Jørgensen, L. and Holt, R. (2019), ’ Organization, atmosphere, and digital technologies: Designing sensory order.’ In Organization 26(5): 673-695 (BFI 2), 2019

Jørgensen, L. ’Moving Organizational Atmospheres’ CBS, Copenhagen, PhD thesis, 2019

Jørgensen, L. and Borch, C. (2018), ’Arkitektur og Politik: Atmosfæriske refleksioner ud fra Böhme og Sloterdijk’, in Politik 21(2): 7-21 (BFI 1), 2018

Jørgensen, L. ’Performing Organizational Atmosphere – an ontology of the in-between’, at AoMO Conference, Sept. 2018, Brighton University, Brighton

Jørgensen, L.’The Theatrical in Organizational Atmosphere’, at the International Ambience Network conference ’ Staging Atmospheres’, Dec. 2017, Queen Mary University, London

Jørgensen, L. ’Organizational Atmosphere – the materiality of quasi-things’, at EGOS, July 2017, CBS, Copenhagen.

Publications List
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Lydia Jørgensen / It's All Method : Schmitz and Neo-phenomenology.
In: The Oxford Handbook of Phenomenologies and Organization Studies. ed. /François-Xavier de Vaujany; Jeremy Aroles; Mar Perézts. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2023, p. 602-621 (Oxford Handbooks)
Book chapter > peer review
Lydia Jørgensen; Timon Beyes / Organizing Half-things : Knowing, Theorizing and Studying Atmospheres.
In: Organization Theory, Vol. 4, No. 4, 2023
Journal article > peer review
Lydia Jørgensen / Writing Organization Atmospherically
Abstract from The 38th Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism, 2021
Conference abstract for conference
Lydia Jørgensen / Organizing Atmospheres : The Materiality of Quasi-things.
Paper presented at 36th EGOS Colloquium 2020, 2020
Paper > peer review
Lydia Jørgensen / The Theatricality of Organizational Atmosphere
In: Ambiances, No. 6, 2020
Journal article > peer review
Lydia Jørgensen / Moving Organizational Atmospheres
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2019, 307 p. (Ph.d. Serie, No. 25.2019)
PhD thesis
Lydia Jørgensen; Robin Holt / Organization, Atmosphere, and Digital Technologies : Designing Sensory Order.
In: Organization, Vol. 26, No. 5, 9.2019, p. 673-695
Journal article > peer review
Lydia Jørgensen / Organizing Airspace
Paper presented at Perspectives on Peter Sloterdijk, 2019
Lydia Jørgensen; Christian Borch / Arkitektur og politik : Atmosfæriske refleksioner ud fra Böhme og Sloterdijk.
In: Politik, Vol. 21, No. 2, 2018, p. 7-21
Journal article > peer review
Lydia Jørgensen / Performing Organizational Atmosphere : An Ontology of the In-between.
Paper presented at The Art of Management & Organization Conference. AoMO 2018, 2018
Paper > peer review
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