Publications


 

PUBLICATIONS 2019

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.

Slavich, B., Svejenova, S., Opazo, P., & Patriotta, G. (forthcoming) 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.

Inglesias, O., Ind, N. & M. Schultz (2018) : On the use of corporate heritage in corporate branding. Based on study of Adidas. Conditional Acceptance for Business Horizons

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 Cuisine. Journal 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) Strategy +Business (popular practitioner journal). “How adidas gained its second wind.”. 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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