Sub-theme 33: Disrupting Organizing Practices in Healthcare

Bjørn Erik Mørk, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway
Wendelin M. Küpers, ICN Business School, France
Davide Nicolini, Warwick University Business School, United Kingdom
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, MS - G.16
Boundaries and Peripheries
Chair: Bjørn Erik Mørk
Yves Habran and Klaus-Peter Schulz
From adaptive to transformative peripherality through legitimization, reflection and practicing
Nina Lunkka, Noora Jansson, Tuija Mainela, Marjo Suhonen, Merja Meriläinen, Vesa Puhakka and Heikki Wiik
Professional boundaries in-action: Extending the notion of work in professional boundary work
Mara Gorli, Giuseppe Scaratti, Antonella Cifalinò and Irene Lisi
Strategy mapping for boundary management in pluralistic contexts
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, MS - G.16
Chair: Davide Nicolini
Lars Walter and Kajsa Lindberg
Disobedient objects: The role of boundary Infrastructures in emerging medical practices
Betina Riis Asplin and Debbie Harrison
Patient representations as epistemic objects disrupting mental health care practices: The case of Feedback-Informed Treatment
Adeline Hvidsten and Thomas Hoholm
Mandated coordination and collaboration. The role and unintended effects of boundary objects
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, MS - G.16
Cultural Approaches
Chair: Wendelin M. Küpers
Takaya Kawamura
Disrupting organizing practices in healthcare through arts-mediated critical management learning
Minjie Gao
The Narrative Construction of Managerial Incompetence: A Case of National Health Service
Céleste Fournier and Elise Goiseau
The hidden costs of cultural safety for healthcare practitioners. The case of the nurses in Great North Canada
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30
- Round Table -
Round Table A: - Room: MS - G.203
Viviana A. Gutiérrez Rincón, José Javier Aguilar Zambrano and Javier Medina Vásquez
Telemedicine: Disrupting, maintaining and creating organizational practices in a public health organization of Cali, Colombia
Alexis Pokrovsky, Sandra Charreire Petit and Damien Talbot
Disrupting interactions patterns in the patient-doctor bond: How telemedicine unveils the role of perceived proximity in healthcare organizing
Round Table B: - Room: MS - G.204
Keith H. Peavy and Thomas Hoholm
Solidarity and the transformation of practices of care
Marlène Barreda, Irène Georgescu and François Grima
“Trust me, it will be better for us”: The role of financial forces and its effects on institutional work
Round Table C: - Room: MS - G.205
Sophia Gavault and Jimmy Vallejo
Medical clusters in French public hospitals: A disruptive organizational innovation increasing identity dilemmas
Elisa Chelle and Didier Vinot
Innovating at the margins: Adaptive coordination to achieve person-centeredness within the French healthcare system
Yuichi Matsumoto
Boundary crossing and collaborative learning in communities of practise: Using SAIDO Learning in Japanese nursing homes
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, MS - G.16
Digital Work
Chair: Davide Nicolini
Terrie Lynn Thompson, Grant Gibson and Ann J. Reich
Assembling digital and datafied care: Considerations for dementia care
Matthew Jones
Examining materialisation work in data reuse in critical care
Mhorag Goff, Damian Hodgson, Michael Bresnen and Simon Bailey
The ambiguous workaround: Exploring the tensions between stability and change in healthcare innovation
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, MS - G.16
Practice and Adoption
Chair: Bjørn Erik Mørk
Cécile Petitgand and Jean-Louis Denis
Investigating the interconnections between human, technology and context in the implementation of an AI-based health information technology: A dynamic technological frame perspective
Konstanze Krüger and Claus D. Jacobs
How professionals make sense of a new practice: Implementing pediatric palliative care in a Swiss university hospital
Ila Bharatan, Rachel Manning and Jacky Swan
Bringing patient values to clinical decision making
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, MS - G.16
Chair: Davide Nicolini
Dimitra Petrakaki, Niki Panteli and Petros Chamakiotis
Creating social value in online health communities: Digital activism in MedicineAfrica'
Carolin Auschra and Elke Schüßler
Three steps forward, two steps backward: How distributed field governance causes incremental practice change in the case of integrated health care in Germany
Christian P. Kortkamp, Clarissa E. Weber and Indre Maurer
Micro-strategies to enforce competing demands in interprofessional collaboration: The case of geriatric nurses and general practitioners in German nursing homes