ORGANIZATIONS IN A PLURAL SOCIETY

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ORGANIZATIONAL SOCIOLOGY (ICOS) (TRONDHEIM, 08 – 09 December 2022)

Preliminary Program

 

Changes might still occur!

 

Program: Thursday, 08.12.2022 (NTNU Campus Kalvskinnet, Building «Akrinn øst»)

 

 

Room U225

09:00

Arrival & Coffee

 

Plenary session: Room U225

09:30

Organizers: Welcome

 

Leiulfsrud, Håkon; Hasse, Raimund:

Organization as a theoretical object in explorations of durable inequality

 

Andersen, Niels Åkerstrøm:

Potentialisation and the problem of expecting the unexpected

10:45

Break

 

Room U225

Room A135

Room A136

11:00

Grauert, Hanna; Besio, Cristina; Jöstingmeier, Marco; Meyer, Uli:
Bureaucracies in crisis. Flexibility of bureaucratic organizations in the case of a Berlin health office in the COVID-19 pandemic

 

Buschkamp, Leonie; Seidenschnur, Tim:
Competition on hold? How compe-ting discourses shape academic organizations in times of crisis

Hawley, Adrienne:
Making Sex Boring: Organising Relationships through Standardisation

 

Alexius, Susanna:
Social impact through 90 years of Hybrid organizing: The case of the Swedish Federation for Sexual Education

Bartelt, Iris; Tsaritova, Natia:
World Entities and their Inner World: Bureaucratic structures and Formalization in the International Labour Organization and the Arctic Council

 

Bailey, Jennifer; Clay, Patricia M.:
An Organizational Approach to the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea

12:00

Lunch

13:15

Røyrvik, Emil A.:
Apocalypse and/or organizational metamorphosis

 

Albrecht, Jana; Arnold, Nadine; Jungmann, Robert:
Epistemic interferences between organizations as sources of wickedness: Analyzing chained translations in fields

Daflon, Verônica Toste; Rocha, Ana Clara Matias:
Gender, science and “organizational housekeeping”: evidence from a public university in Brazil

 

Dorn, Christopher:
Location is everything: Hospitals and medical tourism in a plural society

Kroezen, Jochem; Nyfeler, Judith:
Crafting Occupational Expertise: The Role of Collective Memory Work in the Reconfiguration of Occupational Trajectories

 

Øversveen, Emil; Forseth, Ulla; Bahl, Nina K.H.:
Negotiating Deservingness: Marginalized youth and the Norwegian unemployment services

14:15

Break

14:30

Knudsen, Morten; Kishik, Sharon:
Organizational Challenges to Green Change in the Danish Pig Industry

 

Bjørkhaug, Hilde; Muirhead, Bruce:
Organisation of farm animal welfare standards in the chicken & egg (food)system

Hoffmann, Elizabeth A.: Organizational Mission and Lactating Employees’ Needs: Harmonizing Competing Expectations through Innovation and Heightened Legitimacy

 

Harris, Jack L.:
Empowering Scottish Communities Through Public Policy: How Legislative Actions Shape Plural Sector Organizing

Moradi, Mahdis:
Meta organizations as an intermediary for innovation and digital transformation

 

Besio, Cristina; Fedtke, Cornelia; Posner, Christine:
Digitalization and Legal Requirements in the German Federal Armed Forces

15:30

Break

16:00

Ng, Yi Ming:
From Innovation to Transformation: Contesting Neoliberal Markets and Meaningful Work via Social Enterprises

 

Børve, Hege Eggen; Kvande, Elin:
The Translation of Nordic Workplace Democracy to the United States

Grothe-Hammer, Michael; Berkowitz, Héloïse:
Re-visiting the issue of social order: Contesting the binary between spontaneous and organized order

 

Brunsson, Nils:
What is organization?

No presentations in this room during this timeslot.

17:00

Break

 

Plenary session: Room U225

17:15

Alexius, Susanna; Brunsson, Nils; Furusten, Staffan:

Organizing climate mitigation: partial organization and ambitions to overcome inertia

18:00

Christmas Market with Dinner at Lavvo (Kongens gate 16-18, 7013 Trondheim)

         

  

 

Program: Friday, 09.12.2022 (NTNU Campus «Kalvskinnet», Building «Akrinn øst»)

 

 

Room U225

08:30

Coffee

 

Plenary session: Room U225

09:00

Launch of the Journal of Organizational Sociology:

Presentation of the new journal of the ISA Research Committee “Sociology of Organizations”

 

Sanagustín Fons, María Victoria:

The rationality of responsible behaviour and ethics: strategic innovation or public image? A case study based on a Tourism Hub in Spain

 

Gryf, Dominika; Kufel, Katarzyna; Makaruk, Natalia; Rosa, Weronika; Wójcik, Joanna; Wykowska, Agata; Wziątek, Aleksandra; Zienkiewicz, Michalina:

The role of universities as organizations in combating sexual violence

10:15

Break

 

Room U225

Room A135

Room A136

10:30

Jackwerth-Rice, Thomas; Wittmann, Florian; Lindner, Ralf; Daimer, Stephanie:
Public sector organizations as agents of transformation

 

Thompson, Charlie F.:
Policy Performance Implications of Political Placement: A Comparison of Gambling Agencies in the Nordic Countries

Kungl, Gregor:
Sustainability pressures and conflicting expectations – the role of incumbent companies in sustainability transitions

 

Parau, Cristina E.:
Formal Organizations and Informal Forums Networking for Self-Empowerment: The Making of Judiciary Institutions in Contemporary Europe and Beyond

Baumann, Jennifer:
Mapping the multi-level and multi-actor shipping governance architecture of the International Maritime Organization

 

Agnesson, Gustav:
Not Just ‘Pinecones and Sticks’ anymore: Meta-organizing in the Bioenergy Sector in Sweden

11:30

Lunch & optional City Tour (just join us on the day)

14:00

von Groddeck, Victoria:
From civil engagement and scientific management to creative play and realizing potential: A semantic analysis of how organizations shape society

 

Rachlitz, Kurt:
Functions and Consequences of Meta-Organizations in a Functionally Differentiated World Society

Neisig, Margit:
Organizing to regenerate ecosystem services - reshaping expectations, markets, and ways of organizing

 

Widmer, Jennifer:
The limits of circular business models: Why organizational forms matter in the fight against food waste.

Baltaru, Roxana-Diana:
Minority ethnic staff in universities: organisational commitments, reputation, and the (re)structuring of the staff body

 

Waibel, Désirée; Gibel, Roman:
Invested Resistance - How Organizations Invest to Stay the Same

15:00

Break

15:15

Undheim, Kristin; Pershina, Raissa:
When strategy eats culture for breakfast: Successfully juggling multiple logics in bureaucratic organisations

 

Grossmann-Hensel, Benjamin:
The shifting environmental constellation of public administration: Towards an updated typology of organizational boundary management

Poiroux, Jérémie; Roth, Camille:
Content recommendation: between algorithmic liberalism and diversity normativity

 

Ringel, Leopold:
Organizations as the “Engine” of Global Performance Indicators

Göbel, Claudia:
How Citizen Science establishes new forms of contributorship in research organization

 

Tvedten, Sigrunn:
Regulating inclusive education. Changing regulations and implications for the organization of socially inclusive education.

16:15

Break

 

Plenary session: Room U225

16:30

du Gay, Paul; Lopdrup-Hjorth, Thomas:
Office as a Vocation: a Stance for Organizing in Political Administration

 

Organizers:

Closing

18:00

Tentative Dinner (Location not decided yet)