Sub-theme 72: Challenges and Balancing Acts in Organizing

Vincenza Esposito, University of Sannio, Benevento, Italy
Bernard Forgues, EMLyon Business School, France
Susanne Waldorff, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, Biologia 1
Management and Organizational Conceptualizations
Chair: Susanne Boch Waldorff
Christian T. Lystbaek and Jens Holmgren
The power of strategy metaphors
Elena Bruni, Claudio Biscaro and Anna Comacchio
The power of metaphors in management studies
Ella Bongers
Diving in organizational change: A three-phased methodology to study phronesis
Sonia Oliveira, Joana Story and Miguel Pina e Cunha
Framing frames in plural contexts: How managers enact shared/plural and stable/fluid worlds
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, Biologia 1
Organizational Design
Chair: Francesco Virili
Mats Magnusson, Maria C. Annosi, Luca Giustiniano and Federica Brunetta
The emergence of new organization design from self-managed team-based organizations
Laura Tampieri and Massimo Bianchi
The Unibo laboratory of practice management in the research on project organizations
Anastasia Naranova and Kenneth Amaeshi
Ethical banks as hybrid organisations: challenges and opportunities of banking on values.
Xavier Philippe, Jean-Philippe Bouilloud, Carole Bonnier and Fabienne Harris
Reorganizing bureaucracy and the “Prometheus effect”: the drawbacks and unexpected outcomes of the 6-sigma method in a European subsidiary of a global chemical company
Session III: Thursday, July 07, 16:00 to 17:30, Biologia 1
Organizational Performance
Chair: Laura Tampieri
Francesco Virili and Maddalena Sorrentino
Competing values and effectiveness of hybrid organizations: A literature review
Samantha R. Meyer and Andrea Prado Tuma
How U.S. primary schools get the resources they need: The role of the resource recipient in indirect and direct resource acquisition
Francesco Bolici and Nello Colella
The shadow architecture behind mutual funds: how organizational factors impact financial results
Kevin Curran
Media narratives and the construction of celebrity entrepreneurs
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, Biologia 1
Social Dilemmas and Public Concerns
Chair: Bernard Forgues
Darcy Kamal and Matthew McCarter
When compassion creates suffering: Compassion competence as a social dilemma
Kathryn Pavlovich
Breathe: Quantum empathy for radical social transformation
Susan Ainsworth and Jeaney Yip
Crossing over or crossing the line? Faith, fraud and scandal in Singapore's City Harvest Church
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 15:30, Biologia 1
Corporate Social Responsibility
Chair: Kathryn Pavlovich
Miha Sajko, Christophe Boone, Carolyn Declerck and Tine Buyl
A microfoundation of corporate social responsibility: The interactive effect of CEO motives and context
Wei-Jun Hsueh
Corporate reputation spillovers: Asymmetric effects on affiliates of a business group
Natalya Turkina, Ben Neville, Sara Bice and Peter Gahan
The institutional analysis of embedded agency in CSR: the implications of the critical realist absence, emergence and transformation
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30
Social Interaction and Workplace
 A: Social Interaction and Workplace - Room: Biologia 1
Chair: Darcy Kamal
Payal Anand and Sushanta Mishra
Workplace loneliness in the shadow of institutions. An exploratory study
Michela Iannotta, Mauro Gatti and Giovanni Stilo
Leveraging the enterprise social network for the emergence of women’s leadership
Emmanuel de la Burgade and Elen Riot
Melancholia I: Perceptions of change and social conflicts in La Poste
 B: Strategy, Creativity, and Innovation - Room: Biologia 3
Chair: Jie Yan
Maria Chiara Di Guardo, Manuel Castriotta and Michela Loi
The cartography of creativity and entrepreneurship share lands
Camila Lee Park, Mauro Fracarolli Nunes, Valérie Moatti and Maral Muratbekova
The duality of Brazilian jeitinho: Balancing between creativity and corruption
Luigi Mosca, Martina Gianecchini and Diego Campagnolo
Organizational design configurations in the early stages of firm’s life cycle.
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, Biologia 1
Innovation and Knowledge Creation
Chair: Vincenza Esposito
Anran Li and Ruixue Zhang
How and to which extent can relational pluralism help firms to commercialize different types of product innovation?
Jie Yan, Le Wang, Jun Lin and Wentian Cui
Where do high-impact ideas come from? The interplay between researchers’ cumulative knowledge structures and search strategies