Leah Tomkins and Eda Ulus have been awarded the Best Developmental Paper at the Management Learning conference, hosted by Lancaster University! The paper was called “What is being experienced in experiential learning”
The University of Bath School of Management would like to invite you to an Organization Studies seminar on 24th June 10 am – 2 pm by two eminent communications & organizational discourse scholars.
10.00am – 11.15am
Professor Linda Putnam, University of California, Santa Barbara
Contradictions, Dialectics and Paradoxes as Discourse Approaches to Organizational Analysis
11.30am – 12.45 pm
Professor Gail Fairhurst, University of Cincinnati
Flux Leadership Amidst the Tensions of Complex Organizational Life
Followed by Lunch
We would be delighted to welcome you for this seminar. If are able to attend, please register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3rd June 2013.
I spent a great afternoon at the Fashion and Textile Museum last week, visiting the Kaffe Fassett ‘a life in colour’ exhibition. His work was just wonderful, full of detail, colour and design. The exhibition includes all sorts of media including mosaic, needlepoint, quilting and knitting.
If you fancy going and getting some inspiration for a creative project, I can highly recommend it! Check out: www.ftmlondon.org
In ‘Re-imagining equality and diversity: An arts based participative Inquiry’-
an article accepted for publication by Management Learning, co authored with
Louise Grisoni of Oxford Brooks, Margaret makes the case for using arts based
methodologies for promoting diversity and equality in organisations.
Margaret’s book project ‘Chasing the Dream, gender equality in public
services’, co authored with Hazel Conley from Queen Mary’s College, based their
empirical research study, timely and topical now that equality legislation is
considered to be a ‘red tape challenge’ – will be published by Routledge – PTOA
Welcome to the Organisation Studies blog at UWE! This is a place where we will be sharing bits and pieces of news about our research and teaching, including: new papers that are out; our publication updates; new teaching roles; modules; bids; work on consultancy projects; writing books and so on. Enjoy!