Centre for Organizational Time (COT)
@bout Time Seminar Series
The Centre of Organizational Time regularly hosts seminars with renowned international scholars who give talks on different topics of time. Ann Langley, Hari Tsoukas and Daniel Nyberg are examples of three scholars among nine who have so far contributed to the seminar series.
Due to the CO-VID 19, all booked events at CBS until June 30 will be cancelled, but the Centre is working on converting upcoming @bout time seminars into online seminars.
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@bout Time Webinar with Tima Bansal
On June 22nd, COT had its first online seminar with a talk from Tima Bansal from Ivey Business School entitled: "How Organizational Theories are Contributing to the Environmental Crisis"
Abstract: Organizational and strategy theorists generally assume goal-oriented organizations. Consequently, they have generated theories that encourage faster, bigger, more global organizing processes. These processes are disrupting the self-organizing, adaptive cycles of the natural environment. In this essay, I call for new theorizing for organizations – theorizing that embraces the spatiotemporal properties of biophysical systems in theories of organizations, organizing, and the organized.