2008

Research seminar schedule

Monday 29 Sept

Garoon Pongsart (Victoria University)

Theory of Constraints (TOC) and Appreciative Inquiry (AI): A Comparative Study of Their Effectiveness for Understanding and Improving Masters

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Thursday 9th Oct

Professor Stephen Cummings (Victoria University)

How the History of ‘Long Range Planning’ May Guide the Future of Strategy.

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Thursday 23rd Oct

Dr Deborah Jones (Victoria University)

Being Pākehā in New Zealand Organizations: Negotiating Race Relations

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Friday 24th Oct

Lois Parkes (Victoria University)

A critical comparative analysis of stakeholders’ evaluation of New Zealand’s Industry Training Strategy.

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Tuesday 11th Nov

Associate Professor Ian Yeoman (Victoria University)

From Bubble Cars to No Cars – How a Small Country Used Scenario Planning to discuss the Future of Transport and Tourism in 2025.

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Friday 28th Nov

Professor Eero Vaara (Hanken School of Economics &Chair of EGOS)

On the Darker Side of Globalization: A Critical Discursive Analysis of the Legitimation of Global Industrial Restructuring.

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Thursday 20 Nov

Associate Professor Torben Anderson (The Technical University of Denmark)

Overseas Experiences - Challenging Mainstream Assumptions through Survey Data on Danish Knowledge Workers.

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