In this new section, we will publish summarized insights on temporary organizing from network members’ ongoing research. We kick off with Blagoy Blagoev‘s study on the temporal coordination of complex project work. Continue reading
Every year, the EGOS Colloquium offers a comprehensive and diverse set of interesting sub-themes, each of which focuses on specific topics and streams in organization research. This also applies to next year’s EGOS Colloquium, which will take place from July 5–7 in Tallinn, Estonia.
The rich offer of sub-themes provides multiple opportunities for scholars interested in temporary organizing to submit their short papers until January 8, 2018. The following list includes some of the sub-themes that are interested in phenomena of temporary organizing. Please contact the authors of this blog if you have suggestions for extending this list.
Two Autumnal Days in Cologne with Davide Nicolini and Shaz Ansari
Cologne, November 28-29, 2017
The DFG Network on Temporary Organizing is currently gearing up for its second meeting to take place at the University of Cologne on November 28/29. In this post, we want to provide a short outlook on our upcoming program and our pre/post-workshop activities.