Sub-theme 08: [SWG] Management, Occupations and Professions in Social Context: The Emergence of New Professions and their Impact on the Established Field

Convenors:
Daniel Muzio, Newcastle University, United Kingdom
Trish Reay, University of Alberta, Canada
Lara Maestripieri, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Session I: Thursday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, EBS 400D
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Chair: Trish Reay
Tim Hallett
Making policy professionals: Economics and socialization in a Masters of Public Affairs program
Andrew Barron and Lila Skountridaki
Exploring the appeal of professionalism to Brussels-based lobbyists
Philipp Brandt
Data science: Professional emergence as a self-fulfilling prophecy
Session II: Thursday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30
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Parallel Stream A: The Emergence of New Professions 2 - Room: EBS 400D
Chair: Daniel Muzio
Vidar Bakkeli and Eric Breit
Towards a new professionalism in activation services? Employment specialists and the enactment of evidence-based practice
Tone Alm Andreassen
The emerging professionalism of activation
Dan Nunan and Anca Yallop
Towards an emerging agile profession: The case of professional associations in market research & insight
Parallel Stream B: The Emergence of New Professions 3 - Room: EBS 303A
Chair: Lara Maestripieri
Ursula Plesner
Reassembling culture journalism in the digital age
Liz Yeomans and Clea Bourne
Rebuilding trust in journalism: Exploring emotion as journalism’s new institutional logic
Marrisa Joseph
Shaping the future: The role of professional associations in the British publishing industry 1884–1900
Session III: Thursday, July 05, 16:00 to 17:30
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Parallel Stream A: Impacts on Established Professions 1 - Room: EBS 400D
Chair: Mirko Noordegraaf
Paola Roberta Boscolo Chio Bisto, James Barlow and Nelson Phillips
When innovative practices impact on professions: New nursing roles and forms of collaborations between nurses and physicians
Carolin Auschra, Olivier Berthod and Manuel Nicklich
The emergence of new organizational forms and their impact on professionalization: Professional network management in the German health sector
Eleanor MacKillop
‘What the hell do you do? Why are you here?’ Professional politics in health care and the early experiences of health economists in the British National Health Service
Parallel Stream B: Impacts on Established Professions 2 - Room: EBS 303A
Chair: Stefanie Gustafsson
Berker Koktener and Deniz Tunçalp
Adding “Assurance” to “Audit”: The development of professional boundaries and identities in transnational professional service firms
Masashi Goto
The emergence of disruptive technology and retheorization of professional logic: A case study of Big 4 accounting firms in Japan on AI audit
Isabella Scheibmayr and Astrid Reichel
An emergent path for professions interacting with the legal context – The case of Human Resources (HR)
Session IV: Friday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30
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Parallel Stream A: Hybrids and Hybridity - Room: EBS 400D
Chair: Stefan Heusinkveld
Mirko Noordegraaf
Connective professionalism. Capabilities of (public) professionals working in hybrid service surroundings
Svetlana Serdyukov
Management scholars as hybrid professionals: Where does evolution take them?
Stefan Korber
The (non-)emergence of hybrid professionalism in an engineering firm
Knut Fossestøl, Tone Liodden and Eirin Pedersen
Hybridity by design? New professions in the welfare bureaucracy
Parallel Stream B: - Room: EBS 303A
Session V: Friday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30
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Parallel Stream A: Identity 1 - Room: EBS 400D
Chair: Sabina Siebert
Stefanie Gustafsson and Dan Kärreman
‘It’s the glittering prize’: Pride as control in professional work
Marjolein van Offenbeek, Gerdien Regts-Walters and Janita Vos
Identity construction by first entrants in a new profession: Blending in or bringing change under conditions of mixed liminality
Katey Logan
Did you hear the one about the pharmacist? Using cartoons to re-invent professional identity
Parallel Stream B: Identity 2 - Room: EBS 303A
Chair: Matthias Kipping
Lara Maestripieri
Fragmented fields. Multiple professionalisms within and beyond organisations in Italian management consultancy
Marlieke van Grinsven, Sierk Ybema and Stefan Heusinkveld
Negotiating professional identities – The rhetorical and discursive strategies of professionalism in healthcare procurement
Anne Crafford
The role of context and embodiment in shaping (or mis-shaping) the professional identity of people of colour
Session VI: Saturday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30
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Parallel Stream A: Professionalziation and de-professionalization - Room: EBS 400D
Chair: Trish Reay
Matthias Kipping, Felix Bühlmann and Thomas David
Professionalization through occupation? The case of multi-firm careers in management consulting
David Knights and Caroline Clarke
De-professionalization at work: An illustration from academia and veterinary surgery
Scarlett Salman
In the name of the client: The moral dimension of the professionalization of a new occupation. The case of executive coaching in France
Parallel Stream B: - Room: EBS 303A
Session VII: Saturday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, EBS 400D
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Chair: Lara Maestripieri
Sabina Siebert
What happens when professional closure fails?
Kurt W. Sandholtz and Robert Christensen
Trans-sectoral management: A triumph of the market, or a new profession altogether?
Marie Redon and Nicolas Berland
The French CFOs along with the financialization