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Sub-theme 07: [SWG] Networks, Goals and Organizational Effectiveness: The Idea of ‘Network Management’

Convenors:
Julia Brennecke, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Tiziana Casciaro, University of Toronto, Canada
Olaf N. Rank, University of Freiburg, Germany
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, 16-20 George Square - G.02
Interpersonal Brokerage
Chair: Julia Brennecke
Massimo Maoret and Lucas Dufour
Exploring the causal effect of network brokerage on newcomers’ adjustment outcomes: Evidence from a randomized control trial
Alessandro Iorio
Brokers in disguise: The interplay of actual brokerage and socially perceived brokerage on individual performance
Joobin Ordoobody
Structure, agency, and creativity: The interplay of structural holes and focus in explaining creativity
Stefano Tasselli and Martin Kilduff
Motivated cognition and brokerage change
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, 16-20 George Square - G.02
Interorganizational Networks
Chair: Tiziana Casciaro
Dimitri Cremers, Remco S. Mannak, Casper C. Groenink and John Goedee
Goal setting of individual organizations in cross-sectoral networks: The effect of formalization and network orchestration
Jonathan Feddersen
A temporal view of tie formation: Exploring the role of the future through a situated view of events
Jean-Sébastien Marchand, Dominique Tremblay and Jean-Louis Denis
Governing hybrid networks: Contextual factors that influence the structuration of networks in public healthcare systems
Galina van der Weert, Katarzyna Burzynska, Mark Van Houdenhoven and Joris Knoben
An integrative perspective on inter-organizational multilevel healthcare networks
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, 16-20 George Square - G.02
Relationship Management
Chair: Olaf N. Rank
Yasaman Gorji, Michael Carney and Rajshree Prakash
Intra-profession marriage, managing a network of borrowed social capital, and career outcomes
Zinaida Sianova
Who are the targets of ambivalence in relationships in small groups? A social network perspective
Evgenia Dolgova, Zuzana Sasovova and Michaela Schippers
On getting ahead: The role of proactive personality in the co-evolution of perceptions of competence and friendship
Song Wang, Kun Luan and Xin Qin
He who would wear a crown bears its weight: An investigation of the benefits and costs of upward networking
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, 16-20 George Square - G.02
Organizational Performance
Chair: Julia Brennecke
Demetrius Lewis and Anand Swaminathan
Failing fast: How micro-level decisions affect macro-level network structure and outcomes
Yonghoon Lee and Joon Nak Choi
Robust or simply excluded: The tradeoff of structural isolation and performance of relative value and long-short hedge funds amid financial crisis of 2008
Ding Nan, Arjan Markus and Leon A.G. Oerlemans
Tertius iungens behavior of inventor brokers and innovation quality: Evidence from the U.S. biotechnology context
Bas Reus, Christine Moser and Peter Groenewegen
Inter-group bridging dynamics affecting organizational connectivity
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, 16-20 George Square - G.02
Radical Change
Chair: Tiziana Casciaro
Sükrü Özen and Çetin Önder
Adaptation of corporate political ties to governmental change and its performance implications: The case of Turkish industrial enterprises, 1999-2010
Ambra Mazzelli and Robert Nason
Stairway to tax haven: Network position and deactivation of family-owned offshore entities in the Panama Papers
Azusa Nakamura
Stand up or stand by: The effects of network positions on whistle-blowing
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, 16-20 George Square - G.02
Psychological Processes
Chair: Olaf N. Rank
Olga Zarzecka and Florence Villesèche
Contingencies in senior managers’ tie use: The role of firm underperformance and identification with the corporate elite
Alberto Monti
Social identity and social network determinants of individual performance within the organization: Complementary or substitutes?
Paul Ingram and Brian Silverman
Friends in all the right places: The influence of slave-trading Quakers on network partners’ participation in the Liverpool slave trade, 1750–1807
Tiziana Casciaro, Francesca Gino, Bill McEvily and Evelyn Zhang
Network nudges: Piqued curiosity changes network structure and composition
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, 16-20 George Square - G.02
Organizational Change
Chair: Julia Brennecke
Luca Giorgio, Daniele Mascia and Francesca Pallotti
Organizational change and its effect on new and diverse tie formation: An examination of networks among physicians before and after the change
Rick Aalbers and Alexander Smit
Organizational uncertainty and the formation of hierarchical advice ties
Matthew G. Cummins
Spatial layout as organisational design: A large-scale networks approach