35th EGOS Colloquium

Enlightening the Future:
The Challenge for Organizations


University of Edinburgh Business School

July 4–6, 2019

Edinburgh, United Kingdom





  • Parallel Sub-Plenary 1 (= Sub-Plenary 1-1 to 1-6): Thursday, July 4, 2019, 16:00–17:30

  • Parallel Sub-Plenary 2 (= Sub-Plenary 2-1 to 2-6): Friday, July 5, 2019, 16:00–17:30

Sub-Plenary 1

Thursday, July 4, 2019, 16:00–17:30

  • Sub-Plenary 1-1: Grand Challenges: Social Inclusion
    Panelists: Kamal Munir [Chair], University of Cambridge, UK; Karen Ashcraft, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA; Johanna Mair, Hertie School of Governance, Germany; Melissa Wooten, University of Massachusetts, USA; Hugh Wilmott, Cass Business School, UK


  • Sub-Plenary 1-2: Grand Challenges: Organizations and the Anthropocene
    Panelists: P. Devereaux (Dev) Jennings [Chair], University of Alberta School of Business, Canada; Andrew (Andy) Hoffman, University of Michigan, USA; Gail Whiteman, Lancaster University School of Management, UK; Judith Walls, University of St. Gallen, Switzland


  • Sub-Plenary 1-3: The Mass Displacement of People and the Refugee Crisis
    Panelists: Renate E. Meyer [Chair], WU – Vienna University of Economics and Busines, Austria; Marianna Fotaki, University of Warwick Business School, UK; Corinna Frey-Heger, Erasmus University, Rotterdam School of Management, The Netherlands; Martin Kornberger, emlyon business school, France


  • Sub-Plenary 1-4: Future of Work
    Panelists: Andrew Sturdy [Chair], University of Bristol, UK; Susan Ainsworth, The University of Melbourne, Australia; Peter Fleming, Cass Business School, UK; Patrizia Zanoni, Utrecht University School of Governance, The Netherlands


  • Sub-Plenary 1-5: Historic Turns: Objective, Rhetorical, and Retrospective
    Panelists: Charles Harvey [Chair], Newcastle University, UK; Candace Jones, The University of Edinburgh Business School, UK; Kate Kenny, National University of Ireland; Michael Rowlinson, University of Exeter Business School, UK


  • Sub-Plenary 1-6: Grand Challenges: Corruption, Criminality Organizational Wrongdoing
    Panelists: Donald A. Palmer [Chair], University of California Davis, USA; Claudia Gabbioneta, Newcastle University, UK; Jonathan Pinto, Imperial College Business School, UK; Celia Moore, Bocconi University, Italy

Sub-Plenary 2

Friday, July 5, 2019, 16:00–17:30

  • Sub-Plenary 2-1: Grand Challenges: Populism, Post-Truth and False Futures
    Panelists: Juliane Reinecke [Chair], King’s College London, UK; Jerry Davis, University of Michigan, USA; Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic, Sciences Po Paris, France; Thomas B. Lawrence, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, UK


  • Sub-Plenary 2-2: The Enlightenment, Health Crises and Organizations
    Panelists: Trish Reay [Chair], University of Alberta School of Business, Canada; Mark de Rond, University of Cambridge, UK; Liz Grant, Global Health Academy, Edinburgh, UK; TBC


  • Sub-Plenary 2-3: Organization Theory: Where Has It Been and Was It Worth It? Where Are We Going?
    Panelists: Ann Langley [Chair], HEC Montréal, Canada; Bob Hinings, Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary, Canada; Christopher Grey, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK; Julien Jourdan, Paris-Dauphine University, France


  • Sub-Plenary 2-4: Soft Governance, Regulation and Power
    Panelists: Andrea Mennicken [Chair], London School of Economics, UK; Stewart Clegg, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia; Luciana D’Adderio, Strathclyde Business School, UK; Michael Power, London School of Economics, UK


  • Sub-Plenary 2-5: Organizing Finance
    Panelists: Crawford Spence [Chair], King’s College London, UK; Paula Jarzabkowski, Cass Business School, UK; Donald MacKenzie, The University of Edinburgh, UK; Olivia Seddon-Daines, New Financial think tank, UK


  • Sub-Plenary 2-6: Missing in Action: Studying Other Organizations – Churches, Circuses, Politics and Espionage
    Panelists: Andrea Whittle [Chair], Newcastle University, UK; Martin Parker, University of Bristol, UK; Jana Costas, European University Viadrina, Germany; Paolo Quattrone, The University of Edinburgh Business School, UK