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Sub-theme 08: [SWG] Occupational Membership, Careers and Resources in Flux

Convenors:
Daniel Muzio, University of York, United Kingdom
Stefanie Gustafsson, University of Bath, United Kingdom
Ruthanne Huising, emlyon business school, France
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, AT - 2.12
Occupational Membership, Careers and Resources in Flux
Chair: Daniel Muzio
Gina Dokko and Vibha Gaba
Stepping stones to career change: How experience and the context of work can facilitate entry to new occupations
Discussant(s): Leonard Seabrooke
Maura Soekijad and Natalja Laurey
(Re)Negotiating Service Design: Discovering the Occupational Mandate in Intra-Occupational Struggles
Discussant(s): Gina Dokko
Brooke Harrington and Leonard Seabrooke
Transnational professions
Discussant(s): Maura Soekijad
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Professional Careers in Flux I - Room: AT - 2.12
Chair: Stefanie Gustafsson
Edwin Lee, Laura Empson and Paula Jarzabkowski
Unpacking barriers to multidisciplinary innovation: Collaboration and conflict across occupational communities in a professional service firm
Discussant(s): Mayra Ruiz-Castro
Nima Ali and Juani Swart
The impact of organizational socialization on interns’ intention to commit
Discussant(s): Edwin Lee
Mayra Ruiz-Castro, Beatrice van der Heijden and Emma Henderson
In search of a sustainable career: The career transition of academics into data science
Discussant(s): Nima Ali
Parallel Stream B: Professional Resources in Flux I - Room: AT - 2.04
Chair: Ruthanne Huising
Elizabeth Goodrick and Trish Reay
Bolstering professional identity: Responing to threats to professional survival
Discussant(s): Nikolaus J. Krachler
Nikolaus J. Krachler
Enabling regulatory intensity as a resource for occupational emergence
Discussant(s): Elizabeth Goodrick
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Professional Demographics in Flux I - Room: AT - 2.12
Chair: Sumati Ahuja
Harsh Jha, Andreas Giazitzoglu and Robyn Wharton
Social mobility through professional education? An inductive analysis of ethnicity, gender and class intersection in professional undergraduate programs
Discussant(s): Sarah Ashwin
Isabella Scheibmayr and Astrid Reichel
HRM, gender demography and the professional project
Discussant(s): Harsh Jha
Sarah Ashwin, Irina Kozina and Roberto M. Fernandez
Gendered engineering: Gender essentialist ideology or rational response?
Discussant(s): Isabella Scheibmayr
Parallel Stream B: Professional Careers In Flux II - Room: AT - 2.04
Chair: Juani Swart
Maria Simosi, Maria Daskalaki and Denise M. Rousseau
Career resilience among young professionals in a crisis economy
Discussant(s): Nicole Bischof
Sue H. Moon and H. Colleen Stuart
The gold-plated escalator: Work-linked marriage, gender, and career progression
Discussant(s): Maria Simosi
Nicole Bischof, Sibylle Olbert-Bock and Lisa Giermindl
Slow and steady wins the race? – Organizational Career Advancement for Women 45+
Discussant(s): Sue H. Moon
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Professional Resources in Flux II - Room: AT - 2.12
Chair: Stefan Heuskinveld
Ian Kirkpatrick and Kim Hoque
Professional certification and the professional influence: The case of human resource managers and the adoption of high performance work practices
Discussant(s): Abigail Tazzyman
Laura Empson and Johan Alvehus
Reconciling the autonomy-control paradox: Collegiality and collective leadership among professional peers
Discussant(s): Ian Kirkpatrick
Abigail Tazzyman, Damian Hodgson and Claire Mitchell
The disruption of professional identities and boundaries through the integration of health and social care
Discussant(s): Laura Empson
Parallel Stream B: Professional Demographics in Flux II - Room: AT - 2.04
Chair: Harsh Jha
Joel Rudin
Can an old theory explain the feminization of a new profession? The case of financial wellness coaches
Discussant(s): Sumati Ahuja
Maria Gribling and Mark J. Smith
Riding the wave of diversity: the construction of occupational mandate for diversity professionals in France
Discussant(s): Joel Rudin
Sumati Ahuja and Natalia Nikolova
‘This boys club world is finally getting to me’: Gendered professional identity in elite architecture firms
Discussant(s): Maria Gribling
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Professional Resources in Flux III - Room: AT - 2.12
Chair: Lisa Cohen
Maximilian Heimstädt and Malte Ziewitz
Assembling expertise: Emerging governance of algorithmic systems in New York City
Discussant(s): Holly Patrick
Audrey Holm and Michel Anteby
Expert-audience disconnects and the reshaping of expertise: U.S. puppeteers move from stage to screen
Discussant(s): Maximilian Heimstädt
Holly Patrick and Michael Kranert
‘Don’t work for free’: Online discourses of professionalism in photography
Discussant(s): Audrey Holm
Parallel Stream B: Flux in Professional Services - Room: AT - 2.04
Chair: Laura Empson
Pernilla Bolander and Andreas Werr
Making star professionals – How high-potentials are negotiated in an IT consultancy
Discussant(s): Bernadette Loacker
Berker Koktener and Deniz Tunçalp
A model of inter-professional organizational boundary work in professional service firms
Discussant(s): Andreas Werr
Bernadette Loacker
Changes in lawyers’ professional practices, self-understanding and ethos: The role and effects of the ‘economics rules all’-maxim
Discussant(s): Berker Koktener
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Professional Careers in Flux III - Room: AT - 2.12
Chair: Damian Hodgson
Maike Andresen, Petra M. Eggenhofer-Rehart, Martin Gubler and Wolfgang Mayrhofer
Connecting vocational personalities and career success conceptualizations
Discussant(s): Yvette Taminiau
Yvette Taminiau, Stefan Heusinkveld and Lucie Noury
Strategic HR policies of the Big Four auditing firms
Discussant(s): Wolfgang Mayrhofer
Parallel Stream B: Flux: Contradictions and Coexistence - Room: AT - 2.04
Chair: Elizabeth Goodrick
Lisa E. Cohen and Sara Mahabadi
At the crossroads: What happens at the intersections of hiring and job assembly processes
Discussant(s): Tomi Koljonen
Arvind Karunakaran
Front-line professionals in the wake of social media scrutiny: A process model of obscured accountability in the digital age
Discussant(s): Lisa E. Cohen
Tomi Koljonen
Called upon: Schoolteachers, social control and the audiences of occupational identification
Discussant(s): Arvind Karunakaran
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, AT - 2.12
- Group Discussion -
Chair: Co-convenors