Past SoM seminars
School of Management seminar series
17 May, CLEW. Asst Professor Carrie Oeldberger, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, USA. The Dark Side of Deeply Meaningful Work: Work‐Relationship Turmoil and the Value of Valuing a Partner's Work
15 May, Asst Professor Carrie Oeldberger, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, USA. A Dream Deferred? How People with Family Aspirations Experience and Navigate Career Decision-Making
10 May, Dr Tyron Love, Associate Dean Māori and Senior Lecturer in Management, University of Canterbury Business School. Indigenous Organization Studies
7 May, CLEW, Future work – a Just Transition in the face of climate change.
3 May, A/Prof Ian Yeoman, Victoria University of Wellington. Overtourism
29 Mar. CLEW,The state of the UK trade union movement and building a union movement for young workers.
19 Mar. CLEW, Why do we need industrial/employment relations systems in the 21st century?
12 Mar. Dr Sabrina Schneider, Universität Kassel · Institute of Business, Germany. The Relationship between Resource Dependence and Power in Business Ecosystems: A Design Science Approach.
15 Mar. A/Prof Sylvain Petit, Université de la Polynésie Française, Papeete, French Polynesia. Measuring the effect of Revealed Cultural Preferences on Tourism Exports
27 Feb. Prof Emma Bell, “Reading the TED talk genre: contradictions and pedagogical pleasures in spreading ideas about Management.”
22 Feb. Prof. Kathy Lund Dean, Gustavus Adolphus College, USA. What could go wrong? Ethical challenges in experiential teaching and learning.
- Past Tourism Management seminar series pre 2018 are available on the Tourism Management seminar page.
- Past Centre for Employment, Labour and Work seminars are available on the CLEW pages.
2016 - 2018
2018, 18 Dec. Prof. Dr. Henning Breuer, HMKW & UXBerlin, Germany. Innovating by What We Care About: Values-Based Innovation Management and new business models for sustainable development
2018, 26 Nov. A/Prof Nurat Zeidman, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. The Embodiment of New Age Spirituality into Western Organizations – Qualitative Meta-Analysis and Gender-Based Critique
2018, 16 Nov. Prof Torkild Thanem, Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University, Sweden. "Become the best version of yourself!" Corporate performance culture in a Swedish sportswear company.
2018, 21 May. Dr Sally Riad, Victoria University of Wellington. Leadership, symbols and iconoclasm
2018, 19 March. Olenda Johnson, Professor of Strategic Leadership & Leader Development, U.S. Naval War College, Newport. Developing Senior Military Leaders for the Complex Global Security Environment.
2018, 7 March. Dr Christian Schott & Dr Todd Bridgman, Victoria University of Wellington. Unconference Education research workshop.
2018, 26 Feb. Dr Todd Bridgman, Victoria University of Wellington. Why we need new histories of management.
2018, 1 Feb. Prof Jose Julio Gonzalez, Centre for Integrated Emergency Management, University of Agder, Norway, Insights from a Simulation Model of Disaster Response.
2017, 22 Nov: Jessie Pirini, Post-Doctoral Fellow, School of Communication Studies, AUT. Video conferencing and teamwork: What can multimodal discourse analysis tell us?
2017, 20 Oct: Ben Walker, UNSW Business School, Sydney, Australia. When Performance Gets Personal: Towards a Theory of Performance-Based Identity.
2016, 18 Aug: Professor Barbara Simpson, Strathclyde Business School. Leadership-as-Practice: Theoretical and methodological conundrums.