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AOM PDW on "Language, Meaning, and Organizing: Linguistic Theories and Methods of Organizing"

  • 1.  AOM PDW on "Language, Meaning, and Organizing: Linguistic Theories and Methods of Organizing"

    Posted 07-27-2020 11:13
    We are excited to invite you to join the PDW on "Language, Meaning, and Organizing: Linguistic Theories and Methods of Organizing." 
    • Scheduled: Monday, August 10 at 12:00-2:00 pm ET
    • Format: Real-Time – Open: Presenters and audience on live video.

    The PDW consists of three parts:
    • Part 1 will be a 60-minute panel discussion with Shaz Ansari, Mary Ann Glynn, Jeff Loewenstein, Mike Pfarrer, and Tammar Zilber, moderated by Eero Vaara.
    • Part 2 will be a 15-minute social, where we will randomly assign folks to breakout rooms so we can all meet new people in the LMO community.
    • Part 3 will be a 45-minute set of roundtable discussions where pre-registered participants can talk in smaller groups with scholars who are at the center of research on language, meaning, and organizing.

    Parts 1 and 2 are open to all and do not require pre-registration. However, if you are interested in participating in Part 3, then we kindly ask you to pre-register by sharing your preferences for roundtable assignments by taking this survey by Friday, July 31.

    Confirmed panelists and roundtable discussants: 
    • Shaz Ansari, University of Cambridge
    • Mary Ann Glynn, Boston College
    • Markus Hollerer, University of New South Wales
    • Mark Kennedy, Imperial College
    • Jade Lo, Drexel University
    • Jeff Loewenstein, University of Illinois
    • Renate Meyer, WU Vienna
    • Mike Pfarrer, University of Georgia
    • Ryan Raffaelli, Harvard Business School
    • Chris Steele, University of Alberta
    • Eero Vaara, University of Oxford
    • Tyler Wry, University of Pennsylvania
    • Tammar Zilber, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    We look forward to seeing you virtually!

    Your organizers,
    Derek Harmon, Eunice Rhee, and Hovig Tchalian

    Eunice Rhee
    Seattle University