Sub-theme 09: [SWG] Unpacking Paradoxical Nestedness across Level of Analysis

Wendy K. Smith, University of Delaware, USA
Josh Keller, UNSW Sydney, Australia
Medhanie Gaim, Umeå University, Sweden
Session Time Corridor 1: Thursday, July 08, 09:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Opening Session & Paradox Theory
Break 1: 10:30 to 11:00
Chair: Multiple
Iris Seidemann
A journey to the upside down: Challenging the paradox debate in organization studies through problematization
Harald Tuckermann and Marc Krautzberger
Managing the paradox of success of both/and approaches
Miguel Pina e Cunha and Jonathan Schad
Organizational paradox theory: A genre analysis
09:00- 10:30 Opening Session
11:00-12:30 Paradox Theory
Session Time Corridor 2: Thursday, July 08, 16:00 to 20:00, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Covid, Microfoundations & CSR/Sustainability
Break 1: 18:00 to 18:30
Chair: Multiple
Sophia Town, Donald Lange, Josh Keller and Tim Vogus
Navigating the tensions of the “new normal” cognitively and discursively with paradox mindset and mindfulness
Trishna Chauhan, Charlotte Croft and Dimitrios Spyridonidis
Oscillating between vicious and virtuous cycles: navigating and responding to multiple interrelated knotted paradoxes
Layla Branicki, Senia Kalfa and Stephen Brammer
Nested paradoxes and organizational responses to COVID-19
Jana Loew, Janina Prinz, Sven Spieß and Marcus Wagner
Employee green behavior and the experience of sustainability-related paradoxes: The moderating effect of culture
Anja Shadabi
More than expected: Corporate sustainability and its unintended consequences
Siarhei Manzhynski
Sailing close to the wind: Interplay between intensity, balance and outcome in knotted coopetition for sustainability paradox
Josh Keller, Angela K.-y. Leung, Verity Lua and Naomi Rothman
Well-being during a pandemic: the role of paradox mindset and mixed emotions
Patrick Lê and Camille Pradies
C’est la vie! President Macron’s Improvising paradoxical responses during the pandemic
Katrin Heucher and Angela Greco
Uncovering paradox while living through it
Nadia Boulmakoul, Sarah Serval and Sarah Serval
The accelerator as an entrepreneurial ecosystem platform to regulate paradoxical tensions
Shahzeb Ali Khan Abdali, Tobias Hahn and Carolin Hoyer
Micro-macro tensions in CSR: How employees make sense of incongruent personal and organizational CSR preferences
Jonathan Schad, Michael Etter and Luis Hillebrand
Towards a social view of paradox dynamics
Alice Juel Jacobsen
A Web of Work-life stories and paradoxes in sustainability practice, - the case of Copenhagen Hospitality Center
16:00-18:00 Covid Pandemic
18:30-20:00 Microfoundations or CSR/Sustainability
Session Time Corridor 3: Friday, July 09, 08:30 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Ontology & Interorganizational or Tech/Innovation
Break 1: 10:30 to 11:00
Chair: Multiple
Jean M. Bartunek, Ewald Kibler and Lauri Laine
Mohammad Moradi, Moein Khazaei and Gholamhossein Mehralian
How potential are latent paradoxes in getting salient? Measuring the probability of latent paradoxes in getting salient through apparatus intervention
Dirk Schneckenberg, Vivek Velamuri and Steffen Roth
Value focus and strategic orientation of sharing ventures – New insights into working through nested field paradox
Virginia Rosales, Medhanie Gaim, Marco Berti and Miguel Pina e Cunha
The rubber band effect: Managing the stability-change paradox in routines
Aparna Venugopal and Rory
A set theoretic analysis of the paradoxes in the stakeholder views on organisational ambidexterity
Ferran Torres Nadal and Tobias Hahn
Equilibrium and Evolution: Explaining the Persistence of Organizational Paradox through Morphogenesis
Marc Krautzberger
Managing paradoxes of digital business transformation
Catherine Tilley, Ellen Derbyshire and Cristyn Meath
Can blockchain help untangle the paradoxes of sustainable supply chains? A study of the Trado Consortium
Xin Li
Confucian Buddhist solution to paradoxical tension: A philosophic perspective
Margaret Koli and Jane K. Lê
A grand challenge: The movement of paradoxical tension in complex interorganizational settings
8:30-10:30 Ontology of Paradox
11-12:30 Interorganizational or Tech/Innovation
Session Time Corridor 4: Friday, July 09, 16:00 to 19:00, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Globalization, HRM or Managers & Professionals
Chair: Multiple
Shaista Khilji
The paradoxes of the diversity practice
Charlotte Croft and Trish Reay
The paradox of being a professional manager: Navigating multi-level tensions between performing and belonging
Hannah Mormann and Anna Sender
Navigating paradoxes with supporting actors – How Human Resource Management professionals can learn from the court jester
Zoe Lee, Annie C. Snelson-Powell, and Sarah Glozer
The Emotional Proximity Paradox: Burn-out and Resilience in Negotiating Nonprofit Corporate Identity Change
Soniya Rijal, Josh Keller and Hokyu Hwang
Global embeddedness in the construction of social-commercial paradoxes: The case of microfinance in Nepal
Myriam Michaud and Luc K. Audebrand
Managing the expertise-representation paradox in voluntary, elected boards: Towards a new form of professionalized governance?
Simone Carmine and Valentina De Marchi
GAMES OF GREEN THRONES. Sustainability Tensions and Power in Global Value Chains
Stephanie Schrage, Julia Grimm and Marco Berti
The role of power in the manifestation of organisational paradoxes: Social sustainability in a global value chain
Ina Aust-Gronarz and Marco Guerci
The compensation paradox – Why does HRM act as if labour income inequality does not exist? A critical review
16:00-17:30 Globalization
17:30-19:00 HRM or Managers & Professionals
Session Time Corridor 5: Saturday, July 10, 07:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Roundtables, New Directions and Closing Session
Break 1: 08:30 to 09:00
Break 2: 10:30 to 11:00
Chair: Multiple
Viktoriia Pisotska
Tensions in cultural and creative industries: A consolidating review and framework
Leonel Arango-Vasquez
Organizing and the production of loose coupling: A paradoxical analysis
Christopher Schumacher
A blessing in disguise: Implementing exploration in an exploitation-driven multinational financial services provider to
Anne Marie Halton
Conceptualising collective paradoxical thinking
Ghita Lauritzen and Anders la Cour
Paradox as analytical tool for managing organizational complexity: A novel typology of nestedness and paths forward
Thomas Duus Henriksen, Signe Vikkelsø, Rikke Kristine Nielsen and Frans Bévort
From managers’ practical problems to complex understandings: Three approaches to managers’ understanding of problems
Taeun Kwon, Timo Busch, Ali Aslan Gümüşay and Emilio Marti
What would Jesus do: How long-term orientation influences dealing with paradox
Pi-Shen Seet, Bassam Buhusayen and A Coetzer
Front-line management during radical organisational change: Perspectives from paradox and social exchange theories
Luc van de Sande, Kristina Lauche, Gerrit Willem Ziggers and Vera Blazevic
Trojan horses or blessings in disguise? Leveraging the micro level in aligning value(s) in emerging inter-organizational collaborations
Kettil Nordesjö
Evaluation paradoxes: responding to tensions in social investment evaluation
Rómulo Pinheiro and Kirsi Pulkkinen
Collaborating for Competition? Unpacking ambiguities and trans-paradoxes across the academic profession
Siri Boe-Lillegraven, Shobha Menon, Rimi Moitra and Katinka Quintelier
What happens to diversity when education goes to business school? Professional identity tensions and their impact on categories of difference
Lucile Renard and Damien Renard
Ethical paradox: Analyzing the consequences of corporate partnerships on the moral legitimacy of the environmental nongovernmental organizations
Alicja Gajewska, Stefan Meisiek, Rico Merkert and Eric Knight
Paradox and organizing with visuals: a video ethnography of managing an airline during a global pandemic
Nihel Jabri, Wafi Chtourou and Bérangère Deschamps
Business transfer management as navigation through paradoxes
Joakim Netz, Sara Öhlin and Jan Löwstedt
Negotiating Paradoxes: How Firefighters Employment and Entrepreneurship Preserve Life
Roundtables: 7-8:30
New Directions: 9-10:30
Closing Session: 11-12:30