Sub-theme 36: Creative Selves: Organizing Work in Knowledge Capitalism

Axel Haunschild, University of Trier, Germany
Peter Fleming, University of London, UK
Christina Garsten, Stockholm University, Sweden
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:45, S-A010
Creative Industries: The Role Model?
Chair: Axel Haunschild
Elen Riot and Bernard Ramanantsoa
Are artists still part of the creative class if they don't make a buck ?
Doris Ruth Eikhof
Creative enterprise or creative collective? A case study of how creative workers organise and manage themselves
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, S-A010
What Makes Creative?
Chair: Christina Garsten
Glenn Kristiansen
A pilot study on the effects of positive and negative moods on the fluency of six mental synthesis tasks
Yvonne van Rossenberg
Relations between commitment and creativity: A multiple foci approach
Michael Darby
Organizing for creative performance
Session III: Thursday, July 07, 16:00 to 17:30, S-A010
Dealing with Diversity
Chair: Peter Fleming
Kevyn Yong, Kristina Dahlin and Kristine De Valck
Creativity and diversity: How information use turns diversity into novelty and usefulness
Inga Rössing and Stephan Kaiser
Pride and prejudice – The challenge of integrating external creativity in organizational teams
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 11:00, S-A010
Voices: Control and Resistance
Chair: Christina Garsten
Jutta Tailas and Alf Rehn
The creative city and its discontents – Recovery, regimes and resistance in establishing a cultural capital of Europe
Valentina Cuzzocrea
Are we all creative workers? Revisiting old and new concepts
Richard Carter, Richard J. Badham, Linda Matula, Sharon Parker and Paul Nesbit
Empowerment or control: A longitudinal experimental field study of the effects of Organization Theatre
Anna Yström
Exploring an open innovation project unleashing the creative potential: Stories of resistance and emancipation
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 16:00, S-A010
Chair: Axel Haunschild
Falk Eckert, Ute Ludwig, Stefan Kirchner and Jürgen Beyer
Matching creativity, life-scripts and organizational models in knowledge capitalism: Sectoral differences
Christian Maravelias and Mikael Holmqvist
You're in charge! Worksite health promotion and the self-managing employee
Fernando Vieira, Joana D'Arc Ferraz, Joel de Lima Pereira Castro, Luiz Alberto Kanda and Wanise Silva
Creativity or servitude? Antagonisms produced by organizations from the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)
Stefan Süß and Shiva Sayah
Work-life balance of German freelancers between reality and ideal – An explorative study
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, S-A010
Creativity between Fun Culture and Boredom
Chair: Peter Fleming
Nadja Sörgärde
Being creative as identity creation
Carl Cederström and André Spicer
Biomorality at work
Jana Costas and Dan Kärreman
'The McDonald's of the consultancy world'? Boredom, dullness and fractured aspirational identities in knowledge-intensive firms
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, S-A010
Creativity in Knowledge-Sharing Communities
Chair: Peter Fleming, Christina Garsten and Axel Haunschild
Alice Lam and Jean-Paul Lambermont-Ford
Academics as artists, artists as academics: Careers and knowledge flows between university and the creative cultural sector
Monique Ziebro, Harry Scarbrough and Jacky Swan
Structuring spontaneity: Managing creative exchanges in knowledge-sharing communities