Sub-theme 41: Imagination and Language: The Poetics of Entrepreneurial and Organizational Becoming [HYBRID] ---> MERGED with sub-theme 46

Trevor Israelsen, University of Victoria, Canada
Irina Liubertė, ISM University of Management and Economics, Lithuania
Dimo Dimov, University of Bath, United Kingdom
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, Economia – A – 1_7
Narratives, Sensemaking, and Situated Judgment
Chair: Dimo Dimov
Jean Clarke
Pitching to make sense: How entrepreneurs and investors create entrepreneurial stories in situated interactions
Discussant(s): C. G. Johnsen, & R. Holt
Elisa Montori, Anna Comacchio and Anna Comacchio
Actors on occasion, creators all along. Crafting the entrepreneurial pitch as a sensemaking/sensegiving process of identity construction
Discussant(s): J. Clarke
Christian Garmann Johnsen and Robin Holt
Situated judgment in entrepreneurship: How entrepreneurs use practical syllogisms to justify actions
Discussant(s): E. Montori, & A. Comacchio
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, Economia – A – 1_7
Beyond Linguistic Forms of Imagining
Chair: Neil Thompson
Irina Liubertė
How to do things with silence
Discussant(s): G. A. Murray
Anna De Amicis, Lebene Soga, Evelyn Fenton and Evelyn Fenton
Things doing things: How material artefacts make alternative realities visible and actionable
Discussant(s): I. Liubertė
Grant A. Murray
Imagining entrepreneurship: Physical symbols in the pre-linguistic process
Discussant(s): A. De Amicis, L. Soga, & E. Fenton
Session III: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, Economia – A – 1_7
Memory and Legacy of the Past
Chair: Sarah Jack
Miruna Radu-Lefebvre, James H. Davis and William B. Gartner
Family legacy, entrepreneurial identity, and storytelling: The good, the bad, and the ugly
Discussant(s): T. Davis, A. Popp, & M. Zundel
Chiara Pantalena, Luca Manelli and Josip Kotlar
Playing the wrong tune: How craft-based family businesses de-craft and re-craft
Discussant(s): M. Radu-Lefebvre, J. H. Davis, & W. B. Gartner
Nicholas D. Wong, Andrew Smith, Ian Jones and Emily Buchnea
Contextualizing historical storytelling in multigenerational family business
Discussant(s): C. Pantalena, L. Manelli, & J. Kotlar
Thomas Davis, Andrew Popp and Mike Zundel
The role of entrepreneurship and collective memory in postindustrial redevelopment: The renewal of the Cains Brewery, Liverpool, UK.
Discussant(s): N. D. Wong, A. Smith, I. Jones, & E. Buchnea
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, Economia – A – 1_7
Poetics and Entrepreneurial Imagination
Chair: Irina Liubertė
Matilda Dahl, Pierre Guillet de Monthoux and Jenny Helin
Bachelard’s Bureau of Poetry revisited
Discussant(s): D. Hjorth, & M. Painter
Nico Florian Klenner, Silvia Sanasi and Stefano Magistretti
Future-making through pragmatist language: An illustrative case study of Bjarke Ingels Group
Discussant(s): J. Helin
Daniel Hjorth, Mollie Painter and Mollie Painter-Morland
The poetics of imagined lives: Imagination, desire, fabulation and social entrepreneuring
Discussant(s): N. F. Klenner, S. Sanasi, & S. Magistretti
Session V: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, Economia – A – 1_7
Aesthetic and Religious Values Passed through Generations
Chair: Trevor Israelsen
Allan Discua Cruz, Eleanor Hamilton and Eleanor Hamilton
Bearing witness? Examining how family entrepreneuring is shaped by religious beliefs through story co-creation
Discussant(s): D. Tunçalp
Shannon C. Harris
Intergenerational entrepreneurial practices in UK churches
Discussant(s): A. Discua Cruz, & E. Hamilton
Jennie Fahlström, Camille Korschun, Mattias Nordqvist and Mattias Nordqvist
The role of art collecting in business families: Intergenerational exchange of values
Discussant(s): S. C. Harris
Deniz Tunçalp
Entrepreneurial values in different cultures: A folkloric study of world proverbs
Discussant(s): J. Fahlström, C. Korschun, & M. Nordqvist
Session VI: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, Economia – A – 1_7
Enabling and Impeding Pasts
Chair: Sarah Jack
Anna-Lena Rönnert and Leif Brändle
Social class origins and entrepreneurship: an integrative review and research agenda
Discussant(s): L. Manelli, T. Israelsen, & R. Suddaby
Masaru Karube, Avi Datta and Tatsuki Tachibana
Connecting dots between generations: How the revolutionary wristwatch "Spring Drive" was developed and commercialized
Discussant(s): A.-L. Rönnert, & L. Brändle
Sumeet Malik, Chandrika Rathee, Julien Jourdan and Luis Gomez-Mejia
Dynastic doyens or nepobabies? The tangled tale of sociocultural capital and nepotism discount starring Bollywood producers
Discussant(s): M. Karube, A. Datta, & T. Tachibana
Luca Manelli, Trevor Israelsen and Roy Suddaby
Entrepreneurial Tradition: How Stakeholders Are Enrolled in Italian Industrial Districts
Discussant(s): S. Malik, C. Rathee, J. Jourdan, L. Gomez-Mejia
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, Economia – A – 1_7
Communities and Institutions
Chair: Trevor Israelsen
Bruna Brito, Diego M. Coraiola and Natalie Slawinski
Foretelling survival: How resilience narratives foster adaptive community responses
Discussant(s): S. Dorado, M. J. Murcia, A. Willi, & P. Fernández
Cagla Yavuz Ozgoren, Mine Karatas-Ozkan, Renan Tunalioglu and Shahnaz Ibrahim
Community of practices of family businesses in agricultural sector
Discussant(s): B. Brito, D. M. Coraiola and N. Slawinski
Silvia Dorado, Maria Jose Murcia, Alberto Willi and Pablo Fernández
Muddling through the institutional forces defining how social enterprises tackle wicked problems
Discussant(s): C. Y. Ozgoren, M. Karatas-Ozkan, R. Tunalioglu, & S. Ibrahim
Session VIII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, Economia – A – 1_7
Processual Approach to Entrepreneurial Imagining
Chair: Neil Thompson
Anup Nair, Robert Chia and Robert C.H. Chia
Entrepreneuring and new venture creation: The practice of imagining as experimental action in contact with the real
Discussant(s): J. Friedrich, & C. Steyaert
Hallur Tor Sigurdarson
The Subversive Art of Doing Entrepreneurship
Discussant(s): A. Nair, & R. Chia
Jonas Friedrich, Chris Steyaert and Chris Steyaert
Entrepreneuring sideways – Practicing a queer imaginary of democratic organizational becoming
Discussant(s): H. T. Sigurdarson