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E43: Centralization/Decentralization Debate - The Federalist Papers (Part 2)

5/22/2018
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The debate continues with Theme N2: "Why do organizations oscillate between centralization and decentralization, and is there a golden mean?". Join us as the podcasters shift the context to more contemporary matters. What are the benefits and risks of centralizing or de-centralizing organizations in modern times?

Duration:00:34:14

E43: Centralization/Decentralization Debate - The Federalist Papers (Part 1)

5/18/2018
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How exciting! The podcasters engaging in debate over whether centralizing is better or should organizations de-centralize? Learn about how this tension shaped the early days of the United States while Ralph and Pedro face off against Dmitrijs and Tom! A special Thank You also goes out to Todd Bridgman and Stephen Cummings who set the tone and questions for this very first TAOP debate!

Duration:00:50:08

E42: Carnegie Mellon School Series (No. 5, Part 3) - Organizational Learning

5/3/2018
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Episode 42 concludes as the podcasters discuss unlearning, present their takeaways and budding research questions based on Levitt & March's review of "Organizational Learning," our fifth episode in the Carnegie-Mellon series. What would it take for organizations to learn 'better'? How might we find out? Where does collective intelligence come in? Also see: Episode 4 on Organizational Routines, Episode 19 on Organizational Learning, Episode 29 on Business School Design, Episode 39 on...

Duration:00:39:32

E42: Organizational Learning - Carnegie-Mellon School Series (No. 5, Part 2)

4/20/2018
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Episode 42 continues as the podcasters debate the gaps and lingering questions in Levitt & March's review of "Organizational Learning," our fifth episode in the Carnegie-Mellon series. What did we think about the author's views on organizational memory? What about the levels of analysis used in the text? Find out our take on these and other questions. Also see: Episode 4 on Organizational Routines, Episode 19 on Organizational Learning, Episode 29 on Business School Design, Episode 39 on...

Duration:00:40:33

E42: Carnegie-Mellon Series (No. 5) - Organizational Learning (Part 1)

4/12/2018
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Please join us for the fifth episode in our Carnegie-Mellon School series as the podcasters discuss Barbara Levitt and James G. March’s brilliant literature survey “Organizational Learning,” published in the Annual Review of Sociology in 1988. This work was a literature review across various streams in organizational learning up through the 1980s. Topics include learning from experience, organizational memory, ecologies of learning, and organizational intelligence. Of particular interest...

Duration:00:44:21

E41: Images of Organization - Gareth Morgan (Part 3)

4/3/2018
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Our discussion of Gareth Morgan's Images of Organization concludes as we discuss the modern-day implications of these metaphors. How can we use metaphor to better understand the interactions of organizations in the environment, and of organization and member commitment to each other? We also discuss possible areas of future research.

Duration:00:39:01

E41: Images of Organization - Gareth Morgan (Part 2)

3/27/2018
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Our discussion of Gareth Morgan's Images of Organization continues as we explore the individual metaphors and compare them. What makes some metaphors better understood than others? How do they describe the positive and negative aspects of organizing?

Duration:00:39:08

E41: Images of Organization - Gareth Morgan (Part 1)

3/20/2018
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Our discussion of Gareth Morgan's Images of Organization begins with an overview of the text and Morgan's use of metaphor to capture the essence of entire streams of literature into a simple idea. We also introduce several of the metaphors and show how together they tell the story of organization theory from the beginning. Join us for the final episode of Season 4 and ask yourself - which metaphor are you?

Duration:00:44:02

E40: Symposium on the Gig Economy (Part 3)

3/15/2018
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Final panel from our Symposium on Continuities, Disruptions and Management in the Gig Economy. This panel focused on methodological issues in researching gig and sharing economy, and featured Arianna Tassinari (WBS), Mareike Mohlmann (WBS) and Rebecca Prentice (Sussex). Please enjoy!

Duration:00:55:09

E40: Symposium on the Gig Economy (Part 2)

3/8/2018
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Please join us for the first panel of the TAOP Symposium on Continuities, Disruptions and Management in the Gig Economy, held at the University of Sussex on 15 December 2017. In this first panel, Arianna Tassinari from Warwick Business School (also Episode 18), Sarah O'Connor from Financial Times, and Natalia Levina from NYU (and part 1 of this Special) discuss the different ways how one can understand and define the gig economy. Please enjoy!

Duration:00:39:04

E40: Symposium on the Gig Economy (Part 1)

3/1/2018
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TAOP Symposium on the Gig Economy was a unique, one-day interdisciplinary symposium on the forms and effects of management in the contemporary sharing (a.k.a. gig) economy that took place on 15 December 2017 at the University of Sussex. Blending individual and panel presentations from leading scholars and commentators with group conversations, we wanted to examine the continuities – as well as disruptions - in the ways that work is organised through, and in light of, online platforms such...

Duration:00:41:26

E39: Organizational Choice - Carnegie Mellon School Series (No. 4, Part 3)

2/22/2018
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Our discussion of “The Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice” by Cohen, March, & Olsen, concludes as the podcasters offer their reflections. The model was provocative for its time, what have learned in the forty years since now that the garbage can model is better understood and accepted as common practice in organizations? Other posts in the Carnegie Mellon School series: Episode 4 on Organizational Routines, Episode 19 on Organizational Learning, Episode 29 on Business School...

Duration:00:29:40

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