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Sub-theme 01: [SWG] Organization & Time: Organizing in the Nexus between Short and Distant Futures

Convenors:
Tima Bansal, Ivey Business School, Western University, Canada
Tor Hernes, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, & University of South-Eastern Norway
Joanna Karmowska, Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, SH-PP - Charter Suite
Introduction: The Short in the Distant and Vice Versa
Chair: Tor Hernes
Maximilian Weis and Patricia Klarner
Temporal tensions in organizations: How to address different time horizons
Discussant(s): Miriam Feuls
Miriam Feuls, Mie Plotnikof and Iben Sandal Stjerne
Challenging time(s): Exploring methodological challenges of researching temporality & organizing
Discussant(s): Lianne Simonse
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Temporality in Sustainable Development - Room: SH-PP - Charter Suite
Chair: Tima Bansal
Dimitra Makri Andersen
Time will Tell: Temporal Tensions in NGO – Business Partnerships for Sustainability
Discussant(s): Christel Dumas
Christel Dumas, Jacob Vermeire and Céline Louche
Time and space in sustainable finance
Discussant(s): Dimitra Makri Andersen
Lianne Simonse and Petra Badke-Schaub
Strategic design & time: Framing design roadmapping of long term futures
Discussant(s): Maximilian Weis
Parallel Stream B: Temporal Work and Organizational Performance - Room: SH-PP - Lower Ground Suite
Chair: Joanna Karmowska
Gerry McGivern, Sue Dopson, Ewan Ferlie and Michael D. Fischer
‘This isn’t the dream you have sold us’: Events, temporal work and expectations in a genetics network
Discussant(s): Daniel Z. Mack and Quy Huy
Sara Melo
How adopting a long-term performance management perspective influences performance measurement, organisational learning, and performance
Discussant(s): Gerry McGivern
Daniel Z. Mack, Weiru Chen and Quy Huy
A Behavioral Process Model of Organizing for Entrepreneurial Growth: How Unspecified Stakeholders’ Time Horizons Influence the Fast Scaling (Up and Down) of an Entrepreneurial Online-to-Offline Platform
Discussant(s): Sara Melo
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: The Decoupling, Coupling and Collisions of Different Temporalities - Room: SH-PP - Charter Suite
Chair: Tima Bansal
Blagoy Blagoev and Georg Schreyögg
Eigenzeit: Reconceptualizing the temporal relationships of organization and environment beyond entrainment
Discussant(s): Stéphanie Tillement
Jane Bjørn Vedel
Granting time: mechanisms for managing ongoing temporal tension
Discussant(s): Blagoy Blagoev
Stéphanie Tillement and Frederic Garcias
Temporal qualities of nuclear projects: The challenge of reconciling temporal focuses and distances in the here and now
Discussant(s): Jane B. Vedel
Parallel Stream B: Temporality of Organizational Values and Identity - Room: SH-PP - Lower Ground Suite
Chair: Tor Hernes
Ilham Bensouna
Identity formation in a nascent organization: ongoing present and desired future
Discussant(s): Stephanie C.J. Koornneef
Thijs H.J. Geradts, Julie Battilana and Marissa Kimsey
Rule extrication and internal corporate venture development: Overcoming short-termism to pursue blended value at the base of the pyramid
Discussant(s): Ilham Bensouna
Stephanie C.J. Koornneef and Tal Simons
Time is a precious thing, never waste it: The communication of values in a case study analysis of three chocolate producers
Discussant(s): Thijs H.J. Geradts
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Speed and Pacing - Room: SH-PP - Charter Suite
Chair: Tima Bansal
Coline Ruwet
Running out of time: Bringing time back in nature to address sustainability challenges in organizations
Discussant(s): Kenneth T. Goh and Claus Rerup
Eun Joo Koo and Anna Kim
Keeping pace: How organizations catch up with the pace of societal changes over time
Discussant(s): Coline Ruwet
Kenneth T. Goh and Claus Rerup
Spatializing time: Giving form to the flow of time through organizational routines
Discussant(s): Anne Kim
Parallel Stream B: Temporality in Education and Career - Room: SH-PP - Lower Ground Suite
Chair: Joanna Karmowska
Mollie Painter-Morland and Johanna Oehlmann
The timing of sustainable mindsets: Heideggerian perspectives on the use of the case method in business schools’ sustainability education
Discussant(s): Zoe Morrison and Scott Tindal
Dorethe Bjergkilde and Eva Pallesen
Exploring the effect of organizational change initiatives in-between past and futures – A process perspective
Discussant(s): Mollie Painter-Morland and Johanna Oehlmann
Zoe Morrison, Scott Tindal, Wendy Loretto, Vince Connelly and Sarah Cunningham-Burley
Temporal practices: Making time for concurrent careers
Discussant(s): Dorethe Bjergkilde and Eva Pallesen
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, SH-PP - Charter Suite
The Temporalities of Strategic Change
Chair: Joanna Karmowska
Tor Hernes and Majken Schultz
A situated view of organizational temporality
Discussant(s): Sarah Stanske and Jochen Koch
Marina Biniari, Davide Ravasi and Quy Huy
Do we have time to change now? How tensions in valorizing time influence planned organizational change
Discussant(s): Majken Schultz
Sarah Stanske, Matthias Wenzel, Jochen Koch and Madeleine Rauch
Killing boredom: On the expansion and contraction of time during strategic change
Discussant(s): Marina Biniari and Quy Huy
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Organizational Narratives as an Agent of Change - Room: SH-PP - Charter Suite
Chair: Tor Hernes
Charles Keim and Elden Wiebe
Smoke and mirrors: Amelioration of core-stigmatization at British American Tobacco
Discussant(s): Charles-Clemens Rüling
Violina Rindova and Enlan Wang
Futurescapes and the shaping of mobility futures
Discussant(s): Elden Wiebe
Bilal Ahmed Jathol and Charles-Clemens Rüling
Temporal-structural contexts for managerial attention to environmental change: Recurrent Charter renewal and the digital transformation of the BBC
Discussant(s): Enlan Wang
Parallel Stream B: Tensions in Organizing and Sensemaking through Time - Room: SH-PP - Lower Ground Suite
Chair: Joanna Karmowska
Ian Colville, Annie Pye and Andrew D. Brown
Organizing and sensemaking through time
Discussant(s): Camilo Arciniegas Pradilla
Cylien Gibert and Hervé Laroche
Make sure you have the answer before the question gets asked: Maintaining provisional autonomy through justifying work
Discussant(s): Ian Colville and Annie Pye
Camilo Arciniegas Pradilla, Jose Bento da Silva and Juliane Reinecke
Prospective sensemaking in the context of poverty alleviation: When multiple expectations meet in strategy making
Discussant(s): Cylien Gibert
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, SH-PP - Charter Suite
Reflections: Time across Levels of Analysis
Chair: Tima Bansal
David Chandler, Michael Hendron and William M. Foster
A present past and a future shaped: The fallacy of institutional maintenance
Discussant(s): Elke Weik
Jesper Strandgaard Pedersen
Sidetracked by Success: Mission drift and identity search in a non-profit organisation
Discussant(s): David Chandler and William Foster
Elke Weik
Institutions and Organizations in a Temporal Perspective: Primary and Secondary Modes of Temporality
Discussant(s): Jesper Strandgaard Pedersen