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Sub-theme 09: [SWG] Paradoxes of Enlightenment: Enlightenment of Paradoxes

Convenors:
Costas Andriopoulos, Cass Business School, City, University of London, United Kingdom
Manto Gotsi, Westminster Business School, University of Westminster, United Kingdom
Garima Sharma, Anderson School of Business, University of New Mexico, USA
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, AT - 2.14
Opening Session
Chair: Costas Andriopoulos and Manto Gotsi
Introduction
Keynote by Ann Langley: “Paradox as process”
Icebreaker activity
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Ambidexterity and Paradox - Room: AT - 2.14
Chair: Costas Andriopoulos
Nico Florian Klenner, Gerda Gemser and Ingo Oswald Karpen
Exploring the emergence of an ambidextrous innovation strategy: On the management of nested paradoxical tensions
Samila Wijesinghe
Exploring the ambidextrous leadership of middle managers in the context of business continuity and change through paradox lens
Angeliki Papachroni and Loizos Heracleous
Ambidexterity failure: A paradox practice perspective
Sébastien Brion, Vincent Chauvet, Barthélemy Chollet and Emilie Ruiz
Do open and closed exploration projects exhibit the same paradoxes? A configurational approach
Parallel Stream B: Paradox in Inter-Organizational Relations - Room: AT - 2.05
Chair: Jonathan Schad
Stephanie Schrage and Andreas Rasche
Inter-organizational paradox management: How National Business Systems influence the spillover of paradox management practices in global value chains
Philippe Coulombel and Andrew Barron
Exploring paradoxical tensions in non-market strategy
Isidora Kourti, Lucia Garcia-Lorenzo and Ai Yu
Between collaborative and non-collaborative identities: An investigation of the identity paradox
Rafael Pedroza de França and Silvia Marcia Russi De Domenico
Paradoxes of the public-private binomial in a mixed-ownership organisation in Brazil
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Paradoxes of Leadership - Room: AT - 2.14
Chair: Camille Pradies
David W. Bickett, Jochen Schweitzer and Emmanuel Mastio
Curiosity and leadership: A strategic paradox
Chris Moos, Michael Smets and Pegram Harrison
Museums as paradoxical sites of enlightenment: How museum leaders engage culture, corporate and communities in pursuit of enlightened purpose
We start at 9:00 (until 9:30) at room AT - 2.14 with a Panel Discussion with Tobias Hahn, Miguel Pina e Cunha and Amy Ingram: “Multi-level Theory of Paradox”
Parallel Stream B: Paradoxes in New Ventures - Room: AT - 2.05
Chair: Costas Andriopoulos
Amy E. Ingram, Wayne Stewart and Jason Ridge
Seemingly contradictory but true: Paradox in entrepreneurship
Yan Zhang
How do Chinese founding CEOs manage tension? A Yin-Yang view
We start at 9:00 (until 9:30) at room AT - 2.14 with a Panel Discussion with Tobias Hahn, Miguel Pina e Cunha and Amy Ingram: “Multi-level Theory of Paradox”
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Professional/Occupational Paradoxes - Room: AT - 2.14
Chair: Manto Gotsi
Barbara Müller and Karin Link
Tensions within a multifaceted identity as trigger for organizational development
Camille Pradies
Balancing paradoxes demands. Emotions and paradox in veterinary work
Vontrese D. Pamphile
Navigating occupational paradox
Hanna Timonen
Individual responses to paradoxical tensions: Practicing professional judgment in pluralistic organizations
Parallel Stream B: Paradoxical Thinking - Room: AT - 2.05
Chair: Amy Ingram
Joana Kuntz and Erlend Dehlin
Enlightening the microfoundations of paradoxical thinking in organisations
Stefan Häfliger, Martin Wallin, Georg von Krogh, Zeynep Erden and Sebastian Späth
Excellence in management research: How universities support or destroy intellectual virtues
Tobias Hahn, Stefan Gröschl and Patricia Gabaldon
The role of paradoxical and intuitive thinking in successful women leadership careers
Siarhei Manzhynski and Frank Figge
Making paradoxical tensions salient: Changing information not people
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Paradox in Uncertainty and Crisis - Room: AT - 2.14
Chair: Catherine Tilley
McKenzie Lloyd-Smith
Responding to expected rare events: The case of the Civil Aviation Authority’s handling of Monarch Airlines’ collapse
Christina Langenbusch, Joep P. Cornelissen and Gabriele Jacobs
Coping with ambivalent emotions: Making sense of the local manifestation of forced displacement
Parallel Stream B: Theory of Paradox - Room: AT - 2.05
Chair: Miguel Pina e Cunha
Xin Li
The neither-and solution to paradox: Inspirations from Buddhism, Quantum Physics, and James March
Marco Berti and Miguel Pina e Cunha
For a plural view of tensions. Foundation of a metatheory of paradox
Itziar Castelló, David Barbera and Charlene Zietsma
Latent paradoxes as strategic device
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, AT - 2.14
Sustainability Paradoxes
Chair: Marco Berti
Hyemi Shin and Mai Vu
Dealing with paradoxes in CSR through religions: Narratives from Christians in South Korea and Buddhists in Vietnam
Catherine Tilley and Steve Evans
Organisational whack-a-mole: How the management of paradoxes can help drive system change
Katrin Heucher
Team (identity) work – An organizational ethnography on a corporate sustainability team navigating tensions
Alina Baluch, Ian Cunningham and Phil James
No longer having a cup of tea: Paradoxical tensions in front-line social care work
Tracy Van Holt, Matt Statler and Ulrich Atz
Widely shared cultural understandings of the drivers and benefits of sustainability-driven innovation, and strategies to embrace sustainability paradoxes in management
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, AT - 2.14
Closing Session
Chair: Costas Andriopoulos, Manto Gotsi and Garima Sharma
Closing remarks by Jean Bartunek
Closing panel with Jonathan Schad, Costas Andriopoulos and Manto Gotsi: Paradox Research - Looking forward
Josh Keller on skype: Joining the virtual paradox scholar community
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