Centre for Organization and Time (COT)



Publications 2020

Geraldi, J., Stjerne, I., & Oehmen (forthcoming). Acting in time: Temporal work enacting tensions at the interface between temporary and permanent organizations. Research in the Sociology of Organizations. In a special themed issue "For a limited time only: A practice-based view of strategizing in temporary organizations"

Hernes, T. & Schultz, M. (2020). How actors translate between the on-going and the distant. A temporal view of situated activity. Organization Theory, Volume 1: 1-20

Hernes, T., Feddersen, J. & Schultz, M. (2020). Material Temporality: How materiality ‘does’ time in food organizing. Organization Studies.

Schultz, M. & Hernes, T. (2020). Kri­se ska­ber usik­ker­hed, le­der­ne må ska­be det mod­sat­te. Debat. Børsen

Stjerne, I., Svejenova, S. & Wenzel, M. (forthcoming). Commitment to Grand Challenges in Fluid Forms of Organizing: The Role of Narratives' Temporality. Research in the Sociology of Organizations.

Vaagaasar, A., Hernes, T., Dille, T. (2020). The Challenges of Implementing Temporal Shifts in Temporary Organizations: Implications of a Situated Temporal View. Project Management Journal. 

Publications 2019

Hussenot, A., Hernes T. & Bouty, I. (2019). Suivre et retranscrire l’organisation à partir des approches processuelles in Garreau L et Romealer P. (eds) Méthodes de recherche qualitatives innovantes, (125-144). Paris: Economica.

Inglesias, O., Ind, N. & M. Schultz (2019) History matters: The role of history in corporate brand strategy. Business Horizons.

Mumby, D. & Plotnikof, M. (2019) Organizing Power and Resistance: From Coercion, to Consent, to GovernmentalityIn J. McDonald & R. Mitra (eds.), Movements in Organizational Communication Research: Current Issues and Future Directions. New York: Routledge.

Plotnikof, M. & Pedersen, A.R. (2019) Exploring resistance in collaborative forms of governance: Meaning negotiations and counter-narratives in a case from the Danish education sectorSvandinavian Journal of Management, 35(4):online first.

Schultz, M., Hernes, T. (2019) Temporal interplay between strategy and identity: Punctuated, subsumed, and sustained modes. Strategic Organization (online)

Slavich, B., Svejenova, S., Opazo, P., & Patriotta, G. (2019) Politics of Meaning in Categorizing Innovation: How Chefs Advanced Molecular Gastronomy by Resisting the Label. Organization Studies.

Suddaby, R., Schultz, M. & Israelsen, T. (2019) Autobiographical memory and identities in organizations: The role of temporal fluidity. Prepared for Brown, A. (eds) Handbook of Organizational Identities, Oxford University Press.

Svejenova, S. (2019). Constructive Pluralism for a Theory of Organization: Rediscovering Our Community, Identity, and Vocation. Organization Studies. 40, 1, p. 59–63.

Vaaben, N.K. & Plotnikof, M. (2019) Tid til velfærd? Tidsorganisering i velfærdsprofessionerne. København: Hans Reitzels. 

Publications 2018

Bevort, F. and Stjerne, I. (2018) Prometheus re-bound: The role of practices and institutions in the bounding of careers in post bureaucratic organizations. Routledge Career Handbook fortcoming. by Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Hugh Scullion & Mila Lazarova (Eds.)

Boxenbaum, E., Jones, C., Meyer, R. & Svejenova, S. (2018). Towards an Articulation of the Material and Visual Turn in Organization Studies, Organization Studies, Vol. 39, pp. 597-616.

Buch, A. and Stjerne, I. (2018). What’s new? Temporality in Practice Theory and Pragmatism. Anthology-project: “Organizing (for) the Future. How Organizations Manage Things to Come.” The preliminary title of our chapter proposal is: “Time is on My Side. Emergent Futures in Practice Theory and Pragmatism.” Palgrave Macmillan

Feuls, M. (2018) Understanding culinary innovation as relational – insights from Tarde’s relational sociology. Creativity and Innovation Management Journal, 27(2), 161–168.

Hernes, T. & Bevort, F. (2018) Organisering i en verden i bevægelse. København: Samfundslitteratur.

Jones, C. & Svejenova, S. (2018). The Architecture of City Identities : A Multimodal Study of Barcelona and Boston. In: Multimodality, Meaning, and Institutions. ed. /Markus A. Höllerer; Thibault Daudigeos; Dennis Jancsary. Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing, p. 203-234 (Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 54B)

Lubinski, C. (2018) From ‘History as Told’ to ‘History as Experienced’: Contextualizing the Uses of the PastOrganization Studies 39(12): 1785–1809.

Stjerne, I., Söderlund, J. and Minbaeva, D. (2018) Crossing times: Temporal boundary-spanning practices in interorganizational projects. International Journal of Project Management. Special themed issue: Projects, Organizations and Institutions. 

Svejenova, S. (2018). "It Must Give Birth to a World": Temporality and Creative Leadership for Artistic Innovation. I C. Mainemelis, O. Epitropaki, & R. Kark (red.), Creative Leadership: Contexts and Prospects (s. 171-188). New York: Routledge. Routledge Studies in Leadership Research.

Svejenova, S. & Christiansen, L. (2018). Creative Leadership for Social Impact. In: Frontiers of Creative Industries: Exploring Structural and Categorical Dynamics. ed. /Candace Jones, Massimo Maoret. Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing, p. 47-72 (Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 55)

Special issue of Organization Studies (2018), Vol. 39 (No. 5 and 6), edited by Boxenbaum, E., Jones, C., Meyer, R. & Svejenova, S. The Material and Visual Turn in Organization Theory: Objectifying and (Re)acting to Novel Ideas.

Publications 2017

Hatch, M. J. & M. Schultz (2017). Historicizing in Organizations. Toward a Theory of Using History Authentically. Administrative Science Quarterly 62(4):657-697 41 p.

Hernes, T. & Schultz, M. (2017). A temporal understanding of the connections between organizational culture and identity. In Tsoukas, H. & Langley, A. (Eds) Sage Handbook of Process Organizational Studies. London: Sage Publications.

Hernes, T. (2017) En procesteori om organisation København: Djøf / Jurist- og Økonomforbundet. 342. Oversat fra Engelsk T. Hernes: A Process Theory of Organization. Oxford University Press, 2014. Mentions the use of Semper Ardens in Carlsberg

Hernes, T. (2017) Process as the becoming of temporal trajectory. In Tsoukas, H. & Langley, A. (Eds) Sage Handbook of Process Organizational Studies. London: Sage Publications.

Pulk, K. Ph.D. Thesis (2017) Making Time While Being in Time: A study of the temporality of organizational processes. CBS: Doctoral School of Organisation and Management Studies.

Schultz, M. (2017) Historiens fornyende kraft. København: Carlsbergfondets Årsberetning.

Stierand, M., Boje, D., Glaveanu, V., Dörfler, V., Haley, U., & Feuls, M. (2017) Paradoxes of ‘having an idea’: examining the creative process through an antenarrative lens. The Journal of Creative Behavior – online 28.12.2017.

Svejenova, S., Alvarez, J.L. (2017) Changing the C-Suite: New Chief Officer Roles as Strategic Responses to Institutional Complexity. In C. Mazza, R. Meyer, G. Krücken, and P. Walgenbach (editors), New Themes in Institutional Analysis: Topics and Issues from European Research, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 

Earlier Publications

Byrkjeflot, H., Strandgaard Pedersen, J., Svejenova, S. (2013) From Label to Practice: The Process of Creating New Nordic CuisineJournal of Culinary Science and Technology, Special Issue on Innovation in Haute Cuisine, 11: 36-55.

Hatch, M. J., Schultz, M. & Skov, A.M. (2015) Organizational identity and culture in the context of managed change: Transformation in the Carlsberg Group 2009–2013. Academy of Management Discoveries. 1(1):56-88

Helin, J., Hernes, T., Hjorth, D. & Holt, R. (Eds) (2014) The Oxford handbook of process philosophy and organization studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hernes, T. (2016) Organisering i en Verden i Bevegelse. Oslo: Cappelen Damm.

Hernes, T. (2014) A process theory of organization. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jones, C., Maoret, M., Massa, F., & Svejenova, S. (2012). Rebels with a Cause: Formation, Contestation, and Expansion of the De Novo Category “Modern Architecture,” 1870–1975. Organization Science, 23(6): 1523-1545.

Jones, C., Svejenova, S., Strandgaard, J., & Townley, B. (2016). Introduction to the Special Issue: Misfits, Mavericks and Mainstreams: Drivers of Innovation in the Creative Industries. In: Organization Studies, Vol. 37, No. 6, pp. 751-768.

Lubinski, C. & Jones, G. (2014). Making ‘Green Giants’: Environment Sustainability in the German Chemical Industry, 1950s–1980s. Business History, 56(4), 623-649.

Lubinski, C. (2011). Path Dependency and Governance in German Family Firms. Business History Review, 85(4), 699-724.

Messeni Petruzzelli, A., Svejenova, S. (2015). Cooking Up New Ideas across Levels and Contexts. Introduction to the Special Issue on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Food Industry. Industry & Innovation. 22(8): 655–659.

Schultz, M. & Hernes, T. (2013) A Temporal Perspective on Organizational Identity. Organization Science. 24(1):1–21.

Schultz, M., Ind, N. & Inglesias, O. (2015) “How adidas gained its second wind.Strategy +Business (popular practitioner journal). Award for one of five most downloaded papers in 2016.

Schultz M. (2016) Identity change and temporality. In Pratt, M., Schultz, M., Ashforth, B. &  Ravasi, D. (Eds.) Handbook of Organizational Identity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Schultz, M. (2015) Time for Culture. Journal of Business Anthropology. 4(1):117-124.

Stjerne, I.S. & Svejenova, S. (2016) Connecting Temporary and Permanent Organizing: Tensions and Boundary Work in a Series of Film Projects. Organization Studies. Special issue on Temporary Organizing.

Svejenova, S., Mazza, C. & Planellas, M. (2007). Cooking Up Change in Haute Cuisine: Ferran Adrià as Institutional Entrepreneur. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 28(5): 539-561.


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