Sub-theme 16: Theorizing Time and History within Organization Theory

David Chandler, University of Colorado Denver, USA
Roy Suddaby, University of Alberta, Canada
Rodolphe Durand, HEC Paris, France
Session I: Thursday, July 03, 11:00 to 12:30, G2-46
Temporal Cycles
Chair: Rodolphe Durand
Kevin Morell and Dmitrijs Kravcenko
Exploring the internal time dimension of temporal structures: A study of visualization practices
Truus Poels, Joop Kielema and Danielle Tucker
The development of a theoretical framework of organizational rhythmics
Max Ganzin and Roy Suddaby
History and myth: Between linear and cyclical times
Session II: Thursday, July 03, 14:00 to 15:30, G2-46
Organizational Time
Chair: Roy Suddaby
Robert P. Gephart Jr.
Temporalities in risk sensemaking: a case study
Guangliang Ye, Richard Priem, Jie Zheng and Ryan Krause
Time horizons, payoff structures, self-control and cognitive load in a dual-self model of CEO decision making: Implications for reducing economic short-termism
Caroline Datchary and Gérald Gaglio
Temporal heterogeneity in organizations and its organizing. In search of the invisible metronome of organizations
Erzsébet Fazekas and Marcelo Marchesini da Costa
The relationship between power and time: A debate regarding nonprofit organizations in Brazil and Hungary
Session III: Thursday, July 03, 16:00 to 17:30, G2-46
Corporate Social Responsibility
Chair: David Chandler
Marie-Laure Djelic and Helen Etchanchu
Contextualizing corporate political responsibilities: Neoliberal CSR in historical perspective
del Pilar Acosta, Mar Pérezts and Picard
The now-of-action as the locus of temporal orchestration for business's involvement in society: A failure story
Marco Clemente and Thomas Roulet
Historicizing institutional logics: An Annales School perspective
Diego M. Coraiola and Maria Paola Ometto
Theorizing time and history within organization theory institutional iconography: The evolution of corporate social responsibility in Brazil
Session IV: Friday, July 04, 09:00 to 10:30, G2-46
Chair: David Chandler
Jochem Kroezen
Rising from the ashes: The role of detritus in organizational field evolution
Maria Paola Ometto, Mário Aquino Alves and Nathalie Perret
Sedimentation in the field: The role of previous organizations as a resource for social mobility
Session V: Friday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, G2-46
Chair: Rodolphe Durand
Elke Weik and Thomas Steger
If you want to take time seriously, avoid processes
Roy Nyberg and Marc J. Ventresca
The complicated world of mobile health and the poverty of Whig gish history
Susan Hilbolling, Hans Berends, Fleur Deken, Marleen Huysman and Philipp Tuertscher
Time in organization studies: A review of research methods
Session VI: Saturday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, G2-46
Chair: Roy Suddaby
Pete Thomas, Bill Cooke and John Wilson
Theorizing time as narrative in organizations: Strategy as a time-fiction
Simon Oertel and Kirsten Thommes
History as a source of organizational identity creation
Session VII: Saturday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, G2-46
Chair: Roy Suddaby
Michel W. Lander, Marc van Essen and Pursey P.M.A.R. Heugens
Illicit memories: The influence of institutional legacies and ancestral populations of founding in Scotch Whisky Distilling, 1680–1914
Margarita Cruz, Nikolaus Beck and Filippo Carlo Wezel
When communities ring a bell: market memory and entry in the Franconian mi-crobrewery industry
Sébastien Dérieux and Pierre-Yves Gomez
Time but not history: Understanding organizational identity formation and endurance through a transdisciplinary analysis of memory