Sub-theme 70: Management in Crisis: Understanding Anomie in Contemporary Corporations

David Courpasson, emlyon business school, France
Michael I. Reed, Cardiff Business School, United Kingdom
Dima Younes, emlyon business school, France
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, AT - 2.11
Vulnerability, Isolation and Precarity
Raymond Loveridge
Strategic precarity. Of purpose, progress, patriotism and the rise of management anomie in 21st century capitalism
Sébastian Stenger
Anomie at work in a context of individualization and competition: The case of Big Four firms
Cara Reed and Robyn Thomas
The generation game: Foucault’s bio-power in action
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, AT - 2.11
Debating Managerial Role(s) and Identities
Andrew Sturdy, Christopher Wright and Nick Wylie
Management and consultancy – Colonisation or crisis?
Maja Korica and Davide Nicolini
Managing (in) a glass cage: Chief executive discretion in the age of accountability
Elen Riot and Elen Riot
“What lies ahead?” Autoethnography of a researcher in a social movement “March for Science”
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, AT - 2.11
New Pressures and the Transformations of Managerial Work
Jonathan Morris and John Hassard
Another hard days night: Digital surveillance, organisational control and the extensification of managerial control
Rita Davidson, Damian Hodgson and Damian O'Doherty
Getting into neoliberalism: An ethnographic account of mobile work
Dima Younes and David Courpasson
Re-engaging social structure. How middle managers fight against anomic forces in organizations
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, AT - 2.11
Resistance and Managerial Responsibility
Isabella Nascimento and Cíntia Rodrigues de Oliveira
Decolonizing the discourse on corruption: An analysis of HSBC's involvement in transnational corruption
Bertrand Sergot and Anne-Laure Saives
Fighting management-induced anomie in place: Anatomy of a place-based workers’ resistance movement against a factory closure
Régis Martineau
Going back to reification to understand subjectivity in contemporary organizations
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, AT - 2.11
New Forms of Organizing, New Problems?
Deniz Tunçalp and Mehmet Erçek
A bank as a ‘no-culture’ community: De(con)struction of social order in contemporary corporations
Emilie Bourlier Bargues and Bertrand Valiorgue
Material defense mechanisms and managers resistance to autonomy in post-bureaucratic organizations. The Lactane experience
Véronique Bossard-Préchoux and Anouk Grevin
How to recognise engagement in the absense of managers? Intervention-research on recognition in a liberated company
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, AT - 2.11
Nicolas Balas and Clara Roussey
The organization at war with itself: The regulatory role of managers' ontological (in)security in a renewable energy cooperative
Isabel Pedraza-Acosta
Managers' anomie and performance- and risk-managerial tools
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, AT - 2.11
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