Sub-theme 10: [SWG] Doing Process Research: Approaching Power as Productive and Relational in Organizing

Anniina Rantakari, University of Oulu, Finland
Peter Fleming, University of London, United Kingdom
Anthony Hussenot, Université Côte d’Azur, France
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, LB - 1.9
Introduction to Power and Processuality
Chair: Peter Fleming
Jenni Myllykoski, Anthony Hussenot and Anniina Rantakari
The role of relational power in temporal work
Eric Knight, Jane K. Lê, Sarah Stanske and Matthias Wenzel
Exploring organizational processes: A tension-based view
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, LB - 1.9
Space and Materiality
Chair: Anniina Rantakari
Andrea-Simone Barth
Rethinking Power in New Workspaces: A Lefebvrian Perspective
Ari Kuismin
Doing Affective Ethnography in Organizational Space Research
Hannelore Van den Abeele
Two tales of producing a powerful artwork
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, LB - 1.9
Resistance as Processual and Relational
Chair: Anniina Rantakari
Geneviève Renaud and Linda Rouleau
Remaining the same after all this time: The role of resistance and power in the process of organizational identity endurance
Xavier Philippe, Sébastien Picard and Véronique Steyer
Power, productive resistance and clandestine organizing: Achieving internal legitimacy of the 2014 World Equestrian Games
Julia Zielke
“Little islands where we practice a different way of doing things”: Microemancipatory and relational practices of wellbeing
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, LB - 1.9
Power and Performativity
Chair: Peter Fleming
Cecilia Cassinger
Performativity and power in sharing economy organising
Katharina Miko-Schefzig, Mark Learmonth, Cornelia Reiter and Karin Sardadvar
Performing power imbalances: Participative research in Austrian detention centres
Damien Mourey and Géraldine Schmidt
Developing power-with through creative performances. A study of the organizing process of the social struggle experienced by “Les Lejaby”
Piera Morlacchi
Power as performative regulation in entrepreneurial becoming: A pragmatist-interactionist perspective on entrepreneurship in accelerators
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, LB - 1.9
Dialogical Dynamics and the Social
Chair: Anthony Hussenot
Marie Kerveillant and Philippe Lorino
Dialogical communities of inquiry to explore the social governance of risk – Methodological outcomes of field research about nuclear safety
Margaux Langlois and Véronique Perret
The becoming of openness and closedness: A dialogic perspective of open strategy
Line Revsbæk
Power, process and figuration during organisational socialisation: A process-figurational approach to trouble stereotype categories in organisational socialisation research
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, LB - 1.9
The Micro-dynamics of Power
Chair: Anthony Hussenot
Jo Orsatti
Becoming green: Power in the micropolitics of everyday citizening in organisations
Hongbo Guo
Power, subjectification and games: The labour process of international student workers in Australia
Simeon Vidolov
Examining power dynamics in distributed inter-organisational settings
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, LB - 1.9
Rethinking Power as Processual
Chair: Anniina Rantakari
Donncha Kavanagh and Paul J. Ennis
Bureaucracy, blockocracy and power
Kate Harris and Karen Lee Ashcraft
Doing power, deferring difference: Gendered-raced processes and the case of Karen Barad