About time seminar with Philippe Lorino
PROFESSOR PHILIPPE LORINO
ESSEC Business School, France
Pragmatism and the relational approach to organizational temporality
Based on his book “Pragmatism and Organization Studies”
Published February 2018 by Oxford University Press
Date: Tuesday, 29th of January 2019
Location: Copenhagen Business School, Kilevej 14 A, 2000 Frederiksberg - KL 4.74
Organized by: The Centre for Organizational Time
In this seminar, Professor Philippe Lorino from ESSEC Business School will focus on a specific aspect of pragmatist thought: the pragmatist approach to temporality and sociality, in particular Dewey and Bentley’s concept of “trans-action” and Mead’s philosophy of temporality. He will suggest that Mead’s notion of sociality simultaneously entails a definition of temporality, as the constant emergence of new events leading to the ongoing re-invention of the past and the future. The discussion will be illustrated with examples from professor Lorino's research on management and organizations.
Philippe Lorino is a distinguished Emeritus Professor of management control and organization theory at ESSEC Business School, Paris.
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