Seminars and Events

2019-2020 Management and Organization Seminar Series

Seminars are typically on Fridays from 11:00AM to 12:30PM unless otherwise specified. 

FALL 2019 Distinguished Speakers
Date Speaker Presentation Title Room Host

9/20/19

12:30pm-2:00pm

Prof. Aruna Ranganathan

Stanford

A Numbers Game: Quantification of Work, Accidental Gamification and Worker Productivity JFF 241 Prof. Fehder, Strategy

9/27/19    11am-11:45am

Oliver Fisher    

USC Marshall School of Business

When the Going Gets Tough: How Social Class Affects Interpretations of Difficulty JFF 241 Prof. Townsend & Prof. Anicich, OB
9/27/19 11:45am-12:30pm

Smrithi Prasad

USC Marshall School of Business

Stress, Hormones, and Decision-Making JFF 241 Prof. Townsend & Prof. Anicich, OB
10/4/19   MOR/GREIF

Prof. Dean Shepherd

Univ. of Notre Dame

Entrepreneurship as a Source of and Solution to Adversity: My Research Journey JFF 241 Prof. Rindova, Greif

Wed., 10/30/19 
12pm-1pm

USC Law/MOR

Prof. Gregory Mark

DePaul University

The Origins of Modern Corporate Law and the Enigma of James B. Dill Law 433 Prof. Erman, Professor of Law

11/1/19

Prof. William Ocasio

Northwestern Kellogg

Legitimacy Contests over Institutional Reforms to Mexico's Oil Industry: An Institutional Logics Perspective JFF 241

Prof. Raffiee, Strategy

11/8/19

Prof. Peter Belmi

Univ. of Virginia

The Consequences of Revealing First-Generational Status JFF 241 Prof. Tost, OB
11/22/19

Prof. Sun Hyun Park

Northwestern

Is Blood Thicker than Water? Sibling Rivalry and Strategic Change in Family Business Groups JFF 241 Prof. Fehder, Strategy
12/6/19

Prof. Ashley Martin

Stanford

Gender is an Essential Aspect of Humanness JFF 241

Prof. Anicich, OB

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SPRING 2020 Distinguished Speakers
Date Speaker Presentation Title Room Host
1/24/20

Prof. Erika Hall

Emory University, Goizueta 

Exploring The Upside of Membership in Intersectional and Associated Groups: Two Conceptual Replications in Support of the Mosaic Hypothesis JFF 239 Prof. Wakslak, OB
1/31/20

Prof. Alison Wood Brooks

Harvard University

Managing Topics in Conversation JFF 327 Prof. Wiltermuth, OB
2/7/20 MOR/GREIF

Prof. Andrew Hargadon

UC Davis

Between the Idea and the Reality: A Micro-historical Case Study of Penicillin's Innovation JFF 327 Prof. Rindova, Greif
2/14/20

Prof. Cydney Dupree

Yale School of Management

Crossing Status Divides: Stereotypes, Strategies, and Solutions JFF 327 Prof. Fast, OB
 2/28/20

Prof. Jens Beckert

Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne

The Firm as an Engine of Imagination. Organizational Prospection and the Making of Economic Futures JFF 327 Prof. Rindova, Greif
Postponed 

Prof. Michelle Gelfand

University of Maryland

Title to be posted to date TBD Prof. Carnevale, OB

Postponed

 

Prof. Sarah Thebaud

UC Santa Barbara

Title to be posted to date TBD Prof. Townsend, OB
Postponed

Prof. Luis Diestre

IE Business School

Title to be posted to date TBD Vice Dean Rajagopalan
Postponed 

Prof. PK Toh

University of Texas at Austin

Title to be posted to date TBD Prof. Raffiee, Strategy

Postponed

MOR/GREIF

Prof. Emily Cox Pahnke

Univ. of Washington

Title to be posted to date TBD Prof. Rindova, Greif
Postponed

Prof. David Hsu

Wharton

Title to be posted to date  TBD Prof. Teodoridis, Strategy
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