Sub-theme 51: Organizational History for Good: Legacy, Collective Memory, and Change --> HYBRID!

Andrea Casey, George Washington University, USA
Hamid Foroughi, University of Essex, United Kingdom
Sonia Coman, Washington National Cathedral, USA
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, Economia – A – 1_12
Opening Session
Eva-Lena Lundgren-Henriksson and Anna Maaranen
When your neighbor is (not) the bear from the east: Historical collective imagination in the Finnish and Swedish NATO membership Twitter debate
Sita Mary Thomas
Transformation of shared mental models during mergers and acquisitions
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, Economia – A – 1_12
Hongqin Li, William S. Harvey and Geoffrey Wood
Tracing the Process of Intersecting Imprinting: How Founding Imprints Unfold Over Time?
Pamela A. Popielarz
The opposite of diversity: Legacies of racialized organizations
Sung-Chul Noh, Boram Do and Matthew Lyle
Generation gap? Failure and the lingering influence of historical myths
Session III: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, Economia – A – 1_12
Organizational Identity
Hanna Aschhoff, Matthias Waldkirch and Matthias Waldkirch
Tying the knot – Organizational identity work during a merger process
Angela Graf, Lea Müller and Klarissa Lueg
Aligning the Past with the Future – Exploring the Interrelation between Digital Transformation and Organizational Identity in an Engineering-Company
Olga Ivanova Ruffo, Evangelia Katsikea and Hareesh Mavoori
Legitimating authentic identities: The case of artisanal champagne producers
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, Economia – A – 1_12
Oral Histories
Laurent Béduneau-Wang and Majda Soumane
Effective tradition, collective re-membering, and strategy restoration: The case of Siroua in the south of Morocco
Maria Lusiani, Luca Zan, Jessica Tanghetti, Luca Zan and Jessica Tanghetti
The memory of glass: Oral histories from Murano
Féline Verstappen, Tine Buyl, Rob J.G. Jansen, Marius Meeus and Marius T.H. Meeus
How history informs strategy: An exploration of organization- and key decision-maker-level factors in the Dutch/Flemish beer industry
Session V: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, Economia – A – 1_12
Henrik Koll, Kim Esmark and Astrid Jensen
Narrative habitus of frontline managers: A contextualized account of remembering during organizational change
Anna Soulsby
Organizational history and the control of legacy and collective memory: Managerial strategies in post-communist societies
Murilo Oliveira and Diego M. Coraiola
Delaying the inevitable? Generational amnesia amidst collective procrastination
Toma Pustelnikovaite, Dimitrinka Stoyanova Russell and Shiona Chillas
Reinventing the past to secure a future: Changing a 500-year-old organisation
Session VI: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, Economia – A – 1_12
Remembering Difficult Pasts
Kisha Lashley
Contending with Janus’ two faces: How organizations manage a troubled past
Michael Rowlinson and Joe Chick
Greene King and legacies of British slave-ownership
Bora Aksu and Merve Aksu
Reconstruction of collective memory by Turkish national television through mnemonic practices
Peter K. Spink, Mary Spink, Hercilio Oliveira and Roberth Tavanti
Collective action and social legacies: Learning from faith-based organizations
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, Economia – A – 1_12
Politics and Temporal Orientations
Micki Eisenman and Andrea Casey
Elaborating the concept of legacy as a field-level dynamic: Harnessing the past toward unleashing the therapeutic potential of psychedelic treatments
Camilla Ferri, Maria Lusiani and Giovanni Favero
Politics of time around a legacy: The case of Caffè Pedrocchi
Hamid Foroughi
Founding legacy a sustainable past and its impact on employee identities and voice: The case of IKEA
Mairi Maclean, Amal Nazzal and Lindsay Stringfellow
A longitudinal analysis of the paradoxical spectrum of feminist organizing in NGOs
Session VIII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, Economia – A – 1_12
Closing Session
Conclusions & wrap-up