Sub-theme 28: Risks of Organizing and Organizing of Risks

Steve Maguire, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Nelson Phillips, Imperial College, London, UK
Session I: Thursday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, A304 – Hanken School of Economics
Technological Risks
Chair: Nelson Phillips
Hannu Hänninen
In our backyard: Strategic framing of nuclear waste repository
Session II: Thursday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, A304 – Hanken School of Economics
Organizational Risks
Chair: Gregory Vit
Simone Mariconda and Francesco Lurati
Corporate reputation robustness: Expanding reputation management through a better understanding of reputational risk
Hooman Attar
The risk renaissance: A critical review of risk and risk management
Ajeet N. Mathur
Design or discovery? The "humpty-dumpty"risk in strategies of cross-border value chain organising
Session III: Thursday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, A304 – Hanken School of Economics
Health Risks
Chair: Chris Wright
Georg Schreyögg and Simone Ostermann
Managing uncertainty in Intensive Care Units – Exploring formal and informal coping practices in a university hospital
Olivier Berthod, Gordon Müller-Seitz and Jörg Sydow
Out of nowhere? Interorganizational assemblages as answer to a food-borne disease outbreak
Gervaise Debucquet and Céline Legrand
Lessons of food-related risks management in France based on four case studies: from "omerta" to a proactive strategy involving stakeholders
Session IV: Friday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, A304 – Hanken School of Economics
Climate Risks
Chair: Céline Legrand
Timo Busch and Georg Weinhofer
Organizing of climate risks: Uncertain climate conditions, organizational adaptation, and corporate risk management
Christopher Wright, Daniel Nyberg, David S. Grant, Richard Dunford and Maurizio Floris
Managing the risks of climate change: Justifying the past, marketing the present and colonizing the future
Maja Rotter
Making sense of climate risks – Organizational response to climate change impacts
Session V: Friday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Risk Management - Room: A304 – Hanken School of Economics
Chair: Nelson Phillips
Ingerid Sorgaard, Sharon Wheatley and Kim Soin
The risks of risk management in higher education: An action nets perspective
Anja Schröder and Daniel Geiger
Organizing and managing risk: The role of routines in hot situations
Fenn Faber and Wee Kiat Lim
Hiding in plain sight: Revealing institutions and institutionalization through neoinstitutionalism in organizational risk research
Parallel Stream B: Risk Regulation - Room: A403 – Hanken School of Economics
Chair: Steve Maguire
Julien Etienne
The strategic misappropriation of risk regulation in the workplace: Worker involvement in the reporting of industrial accidents to regulatory authorities in France and the UK
Thibault Daudigeos, Amélie Boutinot and Stéphane Jaumier
Bio-power and enterprises in late modernity: Lessons from 100 years of evolution in the governing of workplace safety
Michela Marchiori, Valentina Albano and Francesco Maria Barbini
Risk management to protect safety? Evidences from Italian regulation
Session VI: Saturday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, A304 – Hanken School of Economics
Financial Risks
Chair: Kim Soin
Gregory Vit
Explaining the over-ride of risk management by social logics in financial organizations
Christian Huber and Tobias Scheytt
Risk management after the financial crisis
Margaret Woods and Tommaso Palermo
In search of institutional explanations for risk management failures: A case study approach
Session VII: Saturday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, A304 – Hanken School of Economics
Ecosystem Risks
Chair: Steve Maguire
Martina Linnenluecke and Andrew Griffiths
The 2009 Victorian bushfires: A multi-level perspective on organizational risk and resilience
Nicholas de Weydenthal and Dean Pierides
Singularizing risk discursively and materially in emergency management
Jean-Christophe Vandevelde
Organizations as a risk for biodiversity or biodiversity as a risk for organizations? The ambiguities of biodiversity impact assessment methods