Sub-theme 14: De/Humanisation and Organization

Ismael Al-Amoudi, Cardiff University Business School, United Kingdom
David Courpasson, EMLYON Business School, France
Joe O'Mahoney, Cardiff University Business School, United Kingdom
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, SP s16 (ground floor)
Re-humanisation and Dialogue
Chair: Joe O'Mahoney
Robert Kilpatrick and Edwina Pio
Kenosis: Divining humanization
Lorenzo Todorow and Hamid Foroughi
From dehumanising corporate agency to rehumanising multi-stakeholder dialogue the dynamic of dialogue as humanisation
Nora Meziani and Cylien Gibert
Explain how! The violence of accountability injunctions in organizations
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, SP s16 (ground floor)
The Technology of Dehumanisation
Chair: Joe O'Mahoney
Nancy Harding and Rana Tassabehji
(Re-)engineering the digital future: Organizations of/for/by the dehumanised
Leighton Andrews
Algorithm’n’blues: Asserting the public value of human policy-making in the age of 'Humans', fake news, driver-less cars, algorithms and technological utopianism
Anthony Burke, Seán Byrne, John Casey and Ray Griffin
On the humanisation/dehumanisation of accounting work: A story of cybernetic schismogenesis
Zeyad Mahmoud and Nathalie Angelé-Halgand
Lean healthcare and dehumanization in operating theaters: Building a new panopticon
Session III: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, SP s16 (ground floor)
Re-humanisation: Concrete Attempts
Chair: David Courpasson
Jean Clarke and Robin Holt
The Gothic entrepreneur: Ruskin and rehumanizing entrepreneurship
Ignasi Martí and Santiago Sena
Re-including forced labor victims: A case study from Buenos Aires
Alban Ouahab
The wolf at their door: How a food cooperative embodies the antagonisms against hegemonic capitalism
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, SP s16 (ground floor)
De-humanised Bodies
Chair: David Courpasson
Géraldine Paring and Stéphan Pezé
Am I Neo in the Matrix? Organized intercorporeality and dehumanisation processes
Thijs Willems, Alfons van Marrewijk and Sierk Ybema
T.I.S. 3.1: The management of railroad suicides
Mahya Ostovar Ravari
Physical bodies that virtually matter: Performing embodied identities in the entangled offline/online worlds
Session V: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, SP s16 (ground floor)
Hypocritical Humanisation
Chair: David Courpasson
Laurent Taskin, Florence Stinglhamber and Michaël Parmentier
The dark side of office design: Towards de-humanization
James Wallace and Robyn Thomas
Being well at work: workplace wellbeing as dangerous
Peter Fleming, Gerard Hanlon and Cliff Oswick
The rehumanization trap in contemporary organizations
Session VI: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, SP s16 (ground floor)
The Political Economy of De-humanisation
Chair: Ismael Al-Amoudi
Steve Vincent, Nuzo Eziechi and Christopher Forde
Exploring the de/humanisation of work in developing economies: A critical realist analytical method and application within the Nigerian oil and gas industry
Tapiwa Seremani, Carine Farias and Pablo Fernández
Breaking the code of silence: When the dirty work at the borders enters pop-culture
Claes Belfrage and Earl Gammon
Alienation and appropriation: Examples from Iceland
Julia R. Dahlvik and Michal Sedlačko
Dehumanization and alienation in the public administration: The case of the asylum procedure
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, SP s16 (ground floor)
De-human Resource Management
Chair: Ismael Al-Amoudi
Joel Rudin
How do we know if we are getting better? Measuring dehumanization at work
Juvénal Ndayambaje
On mechanisms of human flourishing and dehumanization in human hesources management (HRM)
Renaud Defiebre-Muller, François Grima, Pauline de Becdelièvre and Federico Ignacio Viola
Is there room for humanism in occupational reclassification accompaniment? A Levinasian look at professional support practices