Research webinars catalogue

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A Bricolage Approach to Conducting Trustworthy Qualitative ResearchMike Pratt (Boston)
A Conversation About ContributionDonald Bergh (Denver)
Achieving Rigor in Qualitative AnalysisStine Grodal (Northeastern)
Advancing Sustainable Supply ChainsDenny Gioia (Penn State)
Veronica Villena (Arizona State)
Advancing Theory with Review ArticlesCaroline Gatrell (Liverpool)
John E Prescott (Pittsburgh)
Academic-Practitioner Relationships: Developments, Complexities and OpportunitiesJean Bartunek (Boston)
Approaches to Studying Organizational Phenomena ProcessuallyAnn Langley (HEC Montreal)
Beauty in Organization and Management TheorySanti Furnanri (City)
Becoming a Scholar: Learning to ReasonMikko Ketokivi (IE)
Saku Mantere (McGill)
Better, Not PerfectMax Bazerman (Harvard)
Co-creating Rigorous and Relevant KnowledgeGarima Sharma (Georgia State)
Conducting Realistic Field Experiments: Understanding When, Where, and HowOn Amir (UC San Diego)
Andrea Morales (Arizona State)
Conducting Rigorous Case Study ResearchKeith Goffin (Cranfield)
Par Ahlstrom (SSE)
Conducting and Disseminating Research That Moves the WorldAndy Hoffman (Michigan)
Anne Tsui (Arizona State)
Andy Van de Ven (Minnesota)
Conducting Megastudies to Increase the Impact of Applied Behavioral ScienceKatherine Milkman (The Wharton School)
Consider the ReaderAndrew King (Boston)
Constructing Research QuestionsMats Alvesson (Lund)
Construct ClarityRoy Suddaby (Victoria)
Joep Cornelissen (Erasmus)
Conveying Your Research Insights to Managers, the Public, Policymakers, and StudentsMichael Toffel (Harvard)
Developing an Engaged Scholarship Research ProjectAndy Van de Ven (Minnesota)
Developing Your Academic WritingPatricia Goodson (Texas A&M)
Doing Interpretive Research: Reconnecting with the Hermeneutic TraditionCatherine Welch (Trinity College Dublin)
Doing Meaningful ResearchMats Alvesson (Lund)
Doing Research on Grand ChallengesKatharina Dittrich (Warwick)
Ali Gumusay (Hamburg)
Christopher Wickert (VU Amsterdam)
Doing Research Which Moves the World Anne Tsui (Arizona State)
Jennifer Howard-Grenville (Cambridge)
Peter McKiernan (Strathclyde)
Dynamic Theorizing: Qualitative Research with Archival DataStine Grodal (Northeastern)
The Emerging Ideology of EntrepreneurialismRobert Eberhart (Stanford)
Engaged ScholarAndrew Hoffman (Michigan)
From Theory to Theorizing: Practicing Multiple Styles of TheorizingSanti Furnari (City)
Joep Cornelissen (Erasmus)
Generating Theory by AbductionAndrew Van de Ven (Minnesota)
Alf Steinar Saetre (NTNU)
How to Build a Theory and a Community of ScholarsWendy Smith (Delaware)
How to Do Relevant Research – part 1Philip Mirvis (Babson)
Susan Mohrman (USC)
Christopher Worley (Pepperdine)
How to Do Relevant Research – part 2Susan Mohrman (USC)
Christopher Worley (Pepperdine)
John Boudreau (USC)
How to Do Relevant Research – part 3Philip Mirvis (Babson)
Susan Mohrman (USC)
Robert Cross (Babson)
How to Review Papers EffectivelyGloria Barczak (Northeastern)
Abbie Griffin (Utah)
How to Write TheoryJoep Cornelissen (Erasmus)
Impactful Theory: An Oxymoron?Eva Boxenbaum (Copenhagen)
Joel Gehman (George Washington)
Juliane Reinecke (KCL)
Including Practitioners in Co-Creating Desirable FutureGarima Sharma (Georgia State)
Making Theory Contributions in Management ResearchRichard Makadok (Purdue)
Management as a CallingAndrew Hoffman (Michigan)
Meanings of TheoryMats Alvesson (Lund)
Methodological FitAgnieszka Chidlow (Birmingham)
On Writing and Occasionally PublishingJeffrey York (Colorado Boulder)
Organizing for Societal Grand Challenges – part 1Madeleine Rauch (Stanford and CBS)
Nicole Siebold (Aarhus)
Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich (Leuphana)
Organizing for Societal Grand Challenges – part 2Sascha Friesike (Berlin University of the Arts)
Emilio Marti (Erasmus)
Matteo Ronzani (Manchester)
Practicing Management ScholarshipRobert Chia (Glasgow)
Qualitative Research and Theory DevelopmentMats Alvesson (Lund)
Reasoning in Organization ScienceMikko Ketokivi (IE)
Saku Mantere (McGill)
Reasoning in Organization Science – companionMikko Ketokivi (IE)
Saku Mantere (McGill)
Reflexive MethodologyMats Alvesson (Lund)
Re-imagining the Research ProcessMats Alvesson (Lund)
Researching Entrepreneurship for Scholarly ImpactPablo Munoz (Durham)
Responding to Reviewers and Writing Response LettersDavide Ravasi (UCL)
Scholarly Impact Herman Aguinis (George Washington)
Single Case Studies and Their Role in Qualitative Research Suho Han (Syracuse)
Pinar Ozcan (Oxford)
Storytelling in Academic Writing: Structure, Tools and TechniquesTim Pollock (Tennessee – Knoxville)
Surveillance Capitalism: Perspectives for Organizational ResearchMikkel Flyverbom (Copenhagen)
Michael Power (LSE)
Shoshana Zuboff (Harvard)
That’s Useful! How Organizational Research Can Escape the Mystery HouseSteve Barley (UC Santa Barbara)
Jerry Davis (Michigan)
The Craft of Writing Qualitative PapersStine Grodal (Northeastern)
The Five Cs Framework for Scholarly WritingDon Lange (Arizona State)
The Nuts and Bolts of Writing a Theory PaperGreg Fisher (Indiana)
Sherry Thatcher (South Carolina)
The Stupidity ParadoxMats Alvesson (Lund)
The Triumph of EmptinessMats Alvesson (Lund)
The Theory Crisis in Management ResearchMatthew Cronin (George Mason)
Theorizing from Qualitative Data – part 1: Case StudiesDavide Ravasi (UCL)
Theorizing from Qualitative Data – part 2: The Gioia MethodologyDavide Ravasi (UCL)
Theorizing from Qualitative Data – part 3: Claiming a Theoretical ContributionDavide Ravasi (UCL)
Theory Building from Multiple Cases Kathleen Eisenhardt (Stanford)
Using “As-Practice” Approaches to Social Science InquiryMarian Iszatt-White (Lancaster)
Joe Raelin (Northeastern)
Jenny Robinson
Why Theory in ManagementRoy Suddaby (Victoria)
The Why and How of Integrative ReviewMatthew Cronin (George Mason)