Abstracts for the 15th Annual Conference of sc’MOI: Manufacturing Identity(ies), Philadelphia, 7th-9th April 2005. (in alphabetical order by first author) please click on title of abstract to see abstract and more contact info

Postmodernist Development of Critical Pedagogy as Reproducer of Educational

Process in the Crisis of Capitalism. J. DŠmaso Miguel AlcŠntara Carrillo New Mexico State University jdmiguelalcantara@hotmail.com AND Terrence McCain Western Kentucky University terry.mccain@wku.edu

 

Space in change management and sensemaking

John W. Bakke and Tom E. Julsrud. Telenor R&D, N-1331 Fornebu, Norway
Corresponding author: john-willy.bakke@telenor.com

He moves about in Wonderland:: Theories of Identity and Strategic Essentialism

Eduardo Barrera, The University of Texas at El Paso
500 W. University
Cotton Memorial Hall 202
El Paso, TX 79968
eduardo@utep.edu

The Function of Storytelling in Knowing:

Ken Baskin (baskinman47@yahoo.com


Embodied Identities: Toward an Organizational Research Agenda in a Material World

CYNTHIA J. BEAN, Ph.D.
Department of Management
University of South Florida – St. Petersburg
140 7th Avenue South, Bayboro Station 321
Saint Petersburg, Florida 33701-5016
727-553-4997
cjbean@stpt.usf.edu


RITA DURANT, Ph.D.
Department of Management
Spring Hill College
4000 Dauphin Street, Yenni Hall
Mobile, Alabama 36608
251-380-4394
rdurant@shc.edu

Quality Chart used by Top Management to Manipulate Power Realtionship. A Case Study

Dominique Besson, Associate Professor, IAE of Lille
104 Av. du peuple belge, 59000 Lille, France
Emails :
Dominique.Besson@iae.univ-lille1.fr
dominique.besson13@wanadoo.fr

Tel : +33 (0)6.09.73.10.32 (D. Besson)

Cross-cultural Adaptation of multi-items Survey Scale : an Example on the Measure of Environment of firm

Dominique Besson, Associate Professor, IAE of Lille
Slimane Haddadj, Associate Professor, IAE of Lille
104 Av. du peuple belge, 59000 Lille, France
Emails :
Dominique.Besson@iae.univ-lille1.fr
dominique.besson13@wanadoo.fr
Slimane.haddadj@wanadoo.fr

Can critical people also be spiritual? Reconciling critical and spiritual approaches

Jerry Biberman, University of Scranton bibermang1@scranton.edu
Graeme Coetzer, Central Washington University CoetzerG@cwu.edu

Antenarration Inquiry: Utrecht Lecture posted 27 Mar 2005 (this is most recent work on antenarration)

Decapitating Bøje (this is intro to Annual Review of Management & Organization Inquiry; it stories birth of sc'MOI).

David Bøje
New Mexico State University
Department of Management MSC 3DJ
Las Cruces, NM 88003-0001
dboje@nmsu.edu

Final paper: Toward a Dialogic System Theory (Note earlier version being replace is Systems are Fictions: Getting Beyond System Metaphors to Aesthetics).

David Boje
New Mexico State University
Department of Management MSC 3DJ
Las Cruces, NM 88003-0001
dboje@nmsu.edu
&
Khadija Al Arkoubi
New Mexico State University
Department of Management MSC 3DJ
Las Cruces, NM 88003-0001
khadija@nmsu.edu

Panel 1 -China in the Age of Globalization (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Panel Chair & Organizer: Usha C. V. Haley, University of New Haven uhaley@asia-pacific.com Paper 2:  Manufacturing Chinese Identity

Authors:  David Boje and Yue Cai, New Mexico State Universit

Panel 2- The Evolution of Female Sports and Women Executives in the Athletic World (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Special Panel with Business Executives Panel Chair & Organizer: Ronald Dick, James Madison University dickrj@jmu.edu

Braunwarth, Jamie - Compliance, Atlantic 10 Conference

Using Chinese Script Development to Analyze Artificial Identification

Yue Cai, New Mexico State University ycai@nmsu.edu
&
Esther R. Thomas, New Mexico State University esthomas@nmsu.edu

A case of "acting out the missing leader": Understanding aspects of the psychodynamics of group identity

Adrian N. Carr
Principal Research Fellow, School of Applied Social and Human Sciences,
University of Western Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Email: a.carr@uws.edu.au
&
Cheryl A. Lapp
President of Labyrinth Consulting
British Columbia, Canada
Email: LabyrinthConsulting@shaw.ca

Panel 3 -Design Principles: Gender, Nation, Class and Empire in the Formation of Organizational Identities (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Panel Chair & Organizer: Anshuman Prasad, University of New Haven aprasad@newhaven.edu Paper 4: Assembling Managers: Business Schools and the Formation of Organizational Identities

J. Michael Cavanaugh, Fairfield University

 

DISSOLUTION: OD TRACK GOES FROM IABD TO ScMOI

Robert F. Dennehy

Fiction Systems and Storytelling

Andres Davila adavila@nmsu.edu and Michael Tentnowski mtent@psi-np.org
New Mexico State University

 


LEADERSHIP QUALITIES: A MATTER OF CREATING PERCEIVED SPACE

Sanjiv Dugal
Associate Professor
Management
University of Rhode Island
Sanjiv@dugal.net


Matthew Eriksen
Assistant Professor
Management
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
New London
Meriksen@cga.uscg.msl

GREETING OUR PENUMBRAS: USING LACAN’S NOTION OF THE ORDER OF THE REAL AND THE TECHNIQUE OF MONTAGE TO DECIPHER EACH OTHER

Sanjiv Dugal*
Associate Professor
Management
University of Rhode Island
Sanjiv@dugal.net &
Kathleen Mallon
Assistant to the President, City Campus Initiative
Community College of Rhode Island
kmallon@ccri.edu &

Joan Peckham
Professor
Computer Science
University of Rhode Island
joan@cs.uri.edu

abstract: Re-Creating Self: Creative Energy Centers of Us; paper version

Celâl ELDENIZ, Marmara University, Istanbul, TURKEY, 2004 cildeniz@gmail.com

 

Performing Organizational Change through a Practical Reflexivity Community of Practice: A Case of Gender Discourse at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy

Authors: Matthew Eriksen
Assistant Professor
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
27 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
Email: meriksen@cga.uscg.mil
(860) 701-6373

Kyra Van Echo
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
15 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
Email: vanecho@cadetmail.uscga.edu

Amy Harmel
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
15 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
Email: harmel@cadetmail.uscga.edu

Jessica Kane
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
15 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
Email: kane@cadetmail.uscga.edu

Kristen Shallow
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
15 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
Email: shallow@cadetmail.uscga.edu

Ginny Gustafson
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
15 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
Email: gustafson@cadetmail.uscga.edu

Rebecca Shults
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
15 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
Email: shults@cadetmail.uscga.edu

 

Consequences of Multiple Identification in Healthcare Industry in Transition

Maria Ferrara
and
Domenico Salvatore

Università degli Studi di Napoli “Parthenope”
Istituto di Studi Aziendali
Via Medina, 40 – I-80133 Napoli
e.mail: maria.ferrara@uniparthenope.it

Remanufacturing Manufacturing Identities

Helene S. Fine
Bridgewater State College
Bridgewater, Massachusetts 02325
Voice Mail: 508-531-2475
E-mail: hfine@bridgew.edu

From Pillar to Post Voices from the Factory Floor

James Gale & Chris Vurley "Gale, J.D." jdg6@leicester.ac.uk

 

Panel 1 -China in the Age of Globalization (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Panel Chair & Organizer: Usha C. V. Haley, University of New Haven uhaley@asia-pacific.com Paper 4: Globalization and Political Change in China (title not confirmed)

Author: Mary Gallagher, University of Michigan (participation not confirmed

 

Organizational Risk Sensemaking and Broad Band Technology: Implications for Identities

Robert P. Gephart, Jr. and Eleanor Cohen
University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB, CANADA T6G 2R6
Tel: 780-492-5715
Email: Robert.gephart@ualberta.ca

 

 

Panel 1 -China in the Age of Globalization (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Panel Chair & Organizer: Usha C. V. Haley, University of New Haven uhaley@asia-pacific.com Paper 3:  The Chinese Communist Party, Business and Modern China: Continuity in Change

Author: George T. Haley, University of New Haven

Panel 1 -China in the Age of Globalization (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Panel Chair & Organizer: Usha C. V. Haley, University of New Haven uhaley@asia-pacific.com Paper 1: The Web of Influence in Chinese Foreign Direct Investment

Author: Usha C. V. Haley, University of New Haven

Pretty as a Picture –Aesthetics and the Organization of Sexual Difference

Philip Hancock and Melissa Tyler

 

Panel 2- The Evolution of Female Sports and Women Executives in the Athletic World (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Special Panel with Business Executives Panel Chair & Organizer: Ronald Dick, James Madison University dickrj@jmu.edu

Heiden, Ryan - Philadelphia Eagles

Awaiting review: subjectivities under performance management practices

Casper Hoedemaekers
Department of Organisation and Personnel
Faculty of Business Administration
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Appearance and Reality: Identity and the Early Jesuits

Dr Harro Höpfl, Reader in Accountability
University of Essex

Frame

Heather Höpfl
Professor of Management
University of Essex

 

WHO AM I TO SAY? THE STORY OF MARCUS ELRON’S EXXON AND THE TABACO COMMUNITY OF COLOMBIA

Dr. J. M. Imas & Dr. S. Lowe &
Dr. Maria Daskalaki
Kingston Business School
Kingston University

Lazy stupid careerists - on software engineers’ perception of managers

Dariusz Jemielniak
Leon Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship and Management, Warsaw, Poland
e-mail: darekj@wspiz.edu.pl

Panel 2- The Evolution of Female Sports and Women Executives in the Athletic World (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Special Panel with Business Executives Panel Chair & Organizer: Ronald Dick, James Madison University dickrj@jmu.edu

Keenan, Kim - SWA, Lafayette College

Panel 2- The Evolution of Female Sports and Women Executives in the Athletic World (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Special Panel with Business Executives Panel Chair & Organizer: Ronald Dick, James Madison University dickrj@jmu.edu

Kopecky, Karen - CBS Sports

DECONSTRUCTING (the identity of) DECONSTRUCTION IN ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY

Mark Learmonth
Affiliation: The University of Nottingham, Nottingham University Business School
Jubilee Campus, Nottingham, NG8 1BB
UNITED KINGDOM
Phone: +44 (0) 115- 846-8072
Email: Mark.Learmonth@nottingham.ac.uk

Work-Place Learning, Narrative and Professionalization

Hugo Letiche (UvH, Utrecht)
Frank de Jong (Radboud University, Nijmegen)
Robert v Boeschoten (UvH, Utrecht)

WHO AM I TO SAY? THE STORY OF MARCUS ELRON’S EXXON AND THE TABACO COMMUNITY OF COLOMBIA


J. M. Imas, S. Lowe & M. Daskalaki
Faculty of Business
Kingston University

Panel 2- The Evolution of Female Sports and Women Executives in the Athletic World (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Special Panel with Business Executives Panel Chair & Organizer: Ronald Dick, James Madison University dickrj@jmu.edu

Lynam, Dei - Sports Anchor Reporter

 

ABSTRACT -Real Blood, Virtual Media
(Human sacrifices the in political spectacle of the 21st century)
; PAPER: Real Blood ...

Slawomir Magala, Erasmus University Rotterdam,
S.Magala@fbk.eur.nl

MANUFACTURING IDENTITY: SYNCHRONICITY AND CORRESPONDENCES IN KRONOS CAPITALISM

Robin Matthews
Kingston University London
Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences

The legitimization of Retail Systems: Social Construction and Self Delusion

Eileen Mellon, New Mexico State University
&
Yue Cai, New Mexico State University

Modelling Organisational Culture and Change in the context of an Empirical Study


Mr John Mendy and Dr Peter Elsmore
University of Lincoln Business School
Brayford Pool
Lincoln LN6 7TS
United Kingdom

T: +1522 886955
F: +1522 886032
E: pelsmore@lincoln.ac.uk

From Brands to Personal Branding: The Manufacture of Faux Management Identities

Cliff Oswick , University of Leicester, Maxine Robertson, University of Warwick and Phil Jones, University of Leicester

Care of the (organizational) self: “practitioner” literature as a body of personal wellbeing in the organization.

Pedro David Pérez and Simi Katragadda

Pedro David Pérez
Assistant Professor
Department of Applied Economics and Management
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
CORNELL UNIVERSITY
114 Warren Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-7901
Voice: 607 255-4697
Fax: 607 255-9984
pdp5@cornell.edu

Simi Katragadda
Department of Applied Economics and Management
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
CORNELL UNIVERSITY
smk22@cornell.edu

Panel 3 -Design Principles: Gender, Nation, Class and Empire in the Formation of Organizational Identities (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Panel Chair & Organizer: Anshuman Prasad, University of New Haven aprasad@newhaven.edu Paper 3: The (Neo-) Imperial Imagination and Negotiation of Organizational Identities: Insights from Postcolonial Theory

Anshuman Prasad, University of New Haven

Panel 3 -Design Principles: Gender, Nation, Class and Empire in the Formation of Organizational Identities(SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Panel Chair & Organizer: Anshuman Prasad, University of New Haven aprasad@newhaven.edu Paper 1: Tough Guise: Masculinity, Nationalism and Identity Formation in the Beef Industry

Pushkala Prasad, Skidmore College

 

 

 

My Generation’: A collective story of managerial identity at the end of the 20th Century in the UK.

Patrick Reedy

The Role of Ethics in Social Construction and Evolution

María J. Méndez Rodríguez

Panel 3 -Design Principles: Gender, Nation, Class and Empire in the Formation of Organizational Identities (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Panel Chair & Organizer: Anshuman Prasad, University of New Haven aprasad@newhaven.edu Paper 2: Hiding the Hidden Injuries of Class

Maureen Scully, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Mind The Gap!

Ken Smith ken@kwsmith-ocean.fsnet.co.uk

Manufacturing Corporate Identities: An Analysis of Financial Statement Footnote Disclosures (full paper attached)

William L. Smith
New Mexico State University smith@nmsu.edu


Mark E. Hillon
Al Akhawayn University mhillon@nmsu.edu

Panel 2- The Evolution of Female Sports and Women Executives in the Athletic World (SCíMOI:  Critical Strategy Track) Special Panel with Business Executives Panel Chair & Organizer: Ronald Dick, James Madison University dickrj@jmu.edu

Tighe, Lynn - SWA, Villanova University

 

The Role of Mandalas in Manufacturing Corporate Identity’

Jeff Waistell, Open University Business School, j.waistell@open.ac.uk

 

16th Meeting of Standing Conference for Management & Organization Inquiry will be held Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April, 2005 main site http://scmoi.org