Seminars

Seminars

Spring 2017 Management and Organization Seminar Series (Fridays unless otherwise noted)

Distinguished Speaker Seminars are from 11:00AM to 12:30PM unless otherwise specified.

Distinguished Speaker Seminar Schedule Spring 2017
Friday, 01/13/2017
10:00am - 11:30am
Prof. Anat Rafaeli
Technion International Israel Insititute of Technology
Connecting Customer Emotion to Service Operations: Evidence from the Lab and the Field ACC 205 Prof. Peter Carnevale, OB
Friday, 01/20/2017 Prof. Matthew Bidwell
Wharton
A Career Advancement Perspective on Inter-Organizational Mobility ACC 205 Prof. Frank Nagle, Strategy
Friday, 01/27/2017 Prof. Amy Edmonson
Harvard Business School
Cross-Group Flouting: Boundary Spanning that Circumvents Formal Processes ACC 205 Prof. Peter Carnevale, OB
Thursday, 02/02/2017 Prof. Sinziana Dorobantu
New York University
Valuing Stakeholder Governance: Property Rights, Stakeholder Mobilization, and the Value of Community Benefits Agreements JFF 417 Prof. Lori Yue, Strategy
Friday, 02/10/2017 Prof. Rahul Kapoor
Wharton University
Two Faces of Value Creation in Business Ecosystems: Leveraging Complementarities and Managing Interdependencies ACC 205 Prof. Frank Nagle, Strategy
Friday, 02/17/2017 Prof. Scott Stern
MIT
The Foundations of Entrepreneurial Strategy JFF 417 Prof. Florenta Teodoridis,
Strategy
Wednesday, 02/22/2017 Prof. Henrich Greve
INSEAD
Institutional Legacies: Creation and Destruction JFF 417 Prof. Lori Yue, Strategy
Friday, 02/24/2017 Prof. Marvin Lieberman
UCLA
Creating and Capturing Value: What Does It Mean, and How Can It Be Measured? ACC 303 Prof. Frank Nagle, Strategy
Friday, 03/10/2017 Prof. Elena Kulchina
Duke University
Immigrants and Firm Performance: Effects on Foreign Subsidiaries versus Foreign Entrepreneurial Firms ACC 303 Prof. Frank Nagle, Strategy
Friday, 03/24/2017 Prof. Nate Petit
New York University
Differences in How People Value and Understand Status ACC 303 Prof. Eric Anicich, OB
Friday, 04/07/2017

Prof. Peter Clarke

 

Prof. Susan Evans

An Odyssey in Social Change: Building and Field Testing a Mobile App That Increases Healthy Eating Among Low-Income Families ACC 303 Prof. Paul Adler, OB
Friday, 04/14/2017 Prof. Ashish Arora
Duke University
Waiting for the Payday? The Timing of Entrepreneurial Exit and the Market for Startups ACC 303 Prof. Florenta Teodoridis,
Strategy
Friday, 4/21/2017 Prof. Amy Wrzesniewski
Yale University
The Meaning of Work in Employment Transitions: How Couples' Work Orientation Incongruence Shapes Work Outcomes ACC 303 Prof. Peter Kim, OB
Friday, 04/28/2017 Prof. Jason Davis
INSEAD Singapore
  ACC 303 Prof. Justin Miller MOR/Greif

Please contact the main department for questions or comments 213.740.0728. The Speaker Series Committee consists of Shon Hiatt, Frank Nagle, Florenta Teodoridis, Leigh Tost, and Sarah Townsend.

For additional assistance, please contact Ruth Joya Project Specialist.

PhD Student Seminar Calendar

Fall 2016

Meetings are from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM in JFF 327

 

PhD Student Meeting Spring 2016
September 23 Kate Wang & Adele Xing Get feedback on a project JFF 327
September 30 Beverly Ingersoll Get feedback on a project JFF 327
October 7 Medha Raj Get feedback on a project JFF 327
October 14 Alyssa Han Get feedback on a project JFF 327
October 21 Brian Chung Get feedback on a project JFF 327
October 28 Jennifer Kim Get feedback on a project JFF 327
November 4 Roshni Raveendhran Get feedback on a project JFF 327
November 11

Stephanie Smallets

&

David Newman

Get feedback on a project JFF 327
November 18 Yeojin Kim Present and discuss an early stage research idea JFF 327
December 9 Mindy Truong Present and discuss an early stage research idea JFF 327