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Program of "Learning Organizations"

Wednesday, September 17
Thursday, September 18
Friday, September 19
Saturday, September 20

Wednesday, September 17, 2008


 

Introductions: People, Knowledge, and Space
Ariane Berthoin-Antal (International Relations), Social Science Research Center Berlin (Germany)
Peter Meusburger (Geography), University of Heidelberg (Germany)
Klaus Tschira, President of the Klaus-Tschira Foundation

 

Session 1: Factors of Organizational Learning
Chair: Ariane Berthoin Antal (International Relations), Social Science Research Center Berlin (Germany)

Learning and Unconscious Space
Russ Vince (Leadership and Change), University of Bath (United Kingdom)

Knowing in Action: The Imprecise Asset
Ash Amin (Geography), Durham University (United Kingdom)

Coffee Break

Organizational Learning in Risk Governance
Ortwin Renn (Sociology), University of Stuttgart (Germany)

General Discussion

 

Thursday, September 18, 2008


 

Session 2: The Crucial Impact of Arts
Chair: Victor Friedman (Sociology), Max Stern Academic College of Emek Yezreel (Israel)

When Arts Enter Organizational Spaces: Implications for Organizational Learning
Ariane Berthoin Antal (International Relations), Social Science Research Center Berlin (Germany)

Theatre-based Methods in Facilitating Organizational Learning
Tuija Oikarinen (Management Research), Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)

Coffee Break

Co-Mentoring, a Key to Deep Organizational Dialogue, Reflection and Learning
Charles Savage (Management Research), Knowledge Era Enterprises (Germany)

General Discussion

Lunch

Session 3: Knowledge Transfers and Innovations
Chair: Ash Amin (Geography), Durham University (United Kingdom)

How Organizations Learn and Produce New Knowledge - The Case of Innovations
Wolfgang Scholl (Psychology), Humboldt-University of Berlin (Germany)

Learning Strategies in Co-Opetitive Environments
Philippe Baumard (Management Research), University of Paul Cezanne (France)

Coffee Break

Designing Spaces for Knowledge Creation & Exchange: The Hau-Ba Model
Gwenaëlle Grefe (Intellectual Capital Management), Paris-Sud XI University (France)

General Discussion

 

Friday, September 19, 2008


 

Session 4: Creating Organizational Learning
Chair: Philippe Baumard (Management Research), University of Paul Cezanne (France)

Learning in Temporary Organizations - The Example of United Nations' World Summits
Kathrin Böhling (Sociology), Social Science Research Center Berlin (Germany)

Can Social Space Provide a Deep Structure for the Theory and Practice of Organizational Learning?
Victor Friedman (Sociology), Max Stern Academic College of Emek Yezreel (Israel)

Coffee Break

The New Geography of Knowledge – Asia’s Role in Global Innovation Networks
Dieter Ernst (Economics), East-West-Center Honolulu (USA)

General Discussion

Lunch

Session 5: The Role of Locations and Environments
Chair: Ursula Schneider (International Management), University of Graz (Austria)

Images and Knowledge – Documenting Organizations?
Nina Kivinen (Management Research), Åbo Akademi University (Finland)

SAP xRPM: Managing in Wonderland. Turning Fantasy into Practice
François-Régis Puyou (Management Research), Audencia - School of Management Nantes (France)

Coffee Break

Collective Organisational Behaviours and Architectural Spaces – Investigating Micro Settings of Knowledge-Intensive Work Environments
Kerstin Sailer (Architecture), University College London (United Kingdom)

General Discussion

 

Saturday, September 20, 2008


 

Session 6: Theories and Management of Organizational Learning
Chair: Russ Vince (Leadership and Change), University of Bath (United Kingdom)

Creating Spaces for Learning in (Business) Organisations
Ursula Schneider (International Management), University of Graz (Austria)

Relational Distance: Innovation as the Management of Time-Spatial Tensions between Divergent Practices
Oliver Ibert (Geography), University of Bonn (Germany)

Coffee Break

Innovative and Adaptive Behavior in an Aging Workforce
Ralf Stegmaier (Psychology), University of Heidelberg (Germany)

General Discussion

Final Discussion: Perspectives on Future Research on Knowledge in Organizations and Learning Organizations

Lunch

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