Sub-theme 01: [SWG] Organization & Time: The Situated Activity of Time Enactment

Tor Hernes, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Joanna Karmowska, Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Claus Rerup, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Germany
Session Time Corridor 1: Thursday, July 08, 09:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Session 1 & Session 2
Break 1: 10:30 to 11:00
Chair: Tor Hernes [Session 1] & Claus Rerup [Session 2]
Blagoy Blagoev and Waldemar Kremser
Interdependent action patterns as enacted history
Franziska Hein-Pensel, Karin Knorr, Simon Oertel and Kirsten Thommes
Different in content, similar in temporality: The application of rhetorical history by the organization as actor and its organizational members
Camilla Ferri, Giovanni Favero and Maria Lusiani
The becoming of the past: An exploration of temporal tension enactments in a historical café
Anna Brown, Matthew McKinlay and Kasper Trolle Elmholdt
Multiple versions of the firm through time: Using a processual view to explore the temporality of identity in business networks
Patricia Helena Hein and Shahzad (Shaz) Ansari
Experiencing time like Groundhog Day? Uncovering the morality of time and temporality in end-of-life care
Anne Antoni, Juliane Reinecke and Marianna Fotaki
Time and care: How social care workers are coping with conflicting timescapes
Gry Espedal
Imitating institutional leadership – How values work is bringing past and future together
Yasaman Sadeghi, Gazi Islam and Wim van Lent
Periodization as practice
09:00–10:30: Session 1 – Historical Horizons
Paper presentations by Blagoev et al.; Hein-Pensel et al., Ferri et al:; Brown et al.

11:00–12:30: Session 2 – Time, Values and Emotions
Paper presentations by Hein & Ansari; Antoni et al.; Espedal; Sadeghi et al.
Session Time Corridor 2: Thursday, July 08, 16:00 to 17:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Session 3: Temporality in Sustainable Development
Chair: Joanna Karmowska
Miriam Feuls, Tor Hernes and Majken Schultz
Intertemporal shifting: how actors integrate near-future and distant-future solutions into climate goals
Susan Cooper, Anakarina Pérez Oropeza, Juliane Reinecke and Gabriela Gutierrez-Huerter O
Forest time and human time: longer time frames for issue-based sustainability fields
Prins Marcus Valiant Lantz
Future emotion of action readiness – Accelerating climate transition
Haitao Yu, Tima Bansal and Diane-Laure Arjaliès
What global crisis? How a local Tibetan business notices global issues
Session Time Corridor 3: Friday, July 09, 09:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Session 4 & Session 5
Break 1: 10:30 to 11:00
Chair: Joanna Karmowska [Session 4] & Tor Hernes [Session 5]
Jack L. Fraser, Shahzad (Shaz) Ansari and Majken Schultz
Navigating paradoxical tensions through the interplay of temporal structures
Elen Riot
A case of force majeure? On the dynamics of temporalstructures and the fate of children in danger during a pandemic
Anna Comacchio
How time works at distance. The temporal dimensions of remote work in the Covid-19 era
Diego M. Coraiola and Liv Egholm
Intertemporal translation and boundary objects: The case of Edinburgh South Bridge
Jane Bjørn Vedel
Granting time: How individuals manage temporal multiplicity
Joëlle Basque, Nicolas Bencherki and Linda Rouleau
How time flies: The weaving of time in strategizing talk
Jonathan Feddersen, Sarah Stanske, Boukje Cnossen and Matthias Wenzel
Decelerating while accelerating: How ambitemporal practices sustain acceleration in times of crisis
09:00–10:30: Session 4 – Temporal Structures in Strategic Change
Paper presentations by Fraser & Ansari; Riot; Comcchio; Coraiola & Egholm

11:00–12:30: Session 5 – Temporal Multiplicity
Paper presentations by Vedel; Basque et al.; Feddersen et al.
Session Time Corridor 4: Friday, July 09, 16:00 to 17:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Session 6: Sensemaking through Time/Time Enactment
Chair: Claus Rerup
Pedro Gonzalo
The realms of past, present and future: A model of time enactment, sensemaking and sensegiving in organizations
Samuel Huber and Simon Grand
When strategic ideas take form: Temporal enactment as a defining material sensemaking practice
Esther R. Maier and Oana Branzei
Enacting time: The micro-processes of emergence in a dramatic television series production
Session Time Corridor 5: Saturday, July 10, 11:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Session 7: Futurizing
Chair: Tor Hernes
Moritz Kleinaltenkamp
To live in the future or live in the now? Mental time travel and temporal conflict during institutional change projects
Jennifer Sloan
The future is a foreign country, or is it? Investigating the emergence of future imaginaries
Yanis Hamdali, Sarah Stanske and Matthias Wenzel
Futurizing: Toward a theory of producing credible futures in organizations
Lorenzo Skade
The future looks bright: Toward a dialectical understanding of the future