Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy

External lecturer

Room: POR/18.B-3.143b
Shannon Hessel
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Robert D. Austin; Daniel Hjorth; Shannon Hessel / How Aesthetics and Economy Become Conversant in Creative Firms
In: Organization Studies, Vol. 39, No. 11, 11.2018, p. 1501-1519
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Robert D. Austin; Richard L. Nolan; Shannon O'Donnel / The Adventures of an IT Leader
2.ed.Boston : Harvard Business School Press 2016, 352 p.
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Robert D. Austin; Shannon Hessel / Advancing Relevance and Rigor in 21st Century Leadership Pedagogy Through a “Blended Learning” Experiment
Abstract from The 13th International Studying Leadership Conference. ISLC 2014, 2014
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Shannon Hessel / Cultivating and Benefiting from Member Familiarity in Temporary Work Groups
Paper presented at The 30th EGOS Colloquium 2014, 2014
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Shannon O'Donnell / Making Ensemble Possible : How Special Groups Organize for Collaborative Creativity in Conditions of Spatial Variability and Distance.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2013, 533 p. (PhD series, No. 7.2013)
Ph.D. thesis
Shannon O'Donnell / Reconceiving Constraint as Possibility in a Music Ensemble
In: Exploring Creativity: Evaluative Practices in Innovation, Design, and the Arts. . ed. /Brian Moeran; Bo T. Christensen. New York : Cambridge University Press 2013, p. 96-120
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Shannon O'Donnell; Lee Devin / Collective Creativity : E-teams and E-teamwork.
In: Handbook on Organisational Entrepreneurship. ed. /Daniel Hjorth. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing 2012, p. 280-299
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Robert D. Austin; Richard L. Nolan; Shannon O'Donnell / Harder Than I Thought : Adventures of a Twenty-First Century Leader.
Boston : Harvard Business School Press 2012, 310 p.
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Shannon O'Donnell / Making Shared Leadership Possible in Distributed Conditions : How Small Groups Respond to Conditions of Spatial Variability and Distance in Processes of Collective Creativity.
Paper presented at The 27th EGOS Colloquium 2011, 2011
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Shannon O'Donnell / The Towards Silence Project : Multiple String Quartets Organize to Perform a New Musical Form in Spatially Variable and Distributed Conditions.
In: International Journal of Business Anthropology, Vol. 2011, No. Fall, 2011, p. 1-26
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