• Track 2.1 – Fab Labs, Makerspaces and Coworking spaces as sites of innovation

Julie FABBRI, Assistant Professor, EM Lyon business school,
Andreea GORBATAI, Assistant Professor, Berkeley University,
Albane GRANDAZZI, PhD Paris-Dauphine University

While authors are expected to submit a full paper ahead of the conference, selection of papers accepted to be presented at the conference will be based on the submission of 500–1000 word structured abstracts (please read the submission guidelines carefully).

Submissions are now open through the ConfTool platform and will close on March 1st.

More information here

 

  • GT Innovation AIMS – 16 au 18 Octobre 2019 – Grenoble

APPEL A COMMUNICATIONS Dixièmes journées du Groupe Thématique Innovation de l’AIMS « De la créativité à l’innovation : paradoxes, enjeux théoriques, pédagogie et défis managériaux » Grenoble, Maison de la Création et de l’Innovation, du 16 au 18 octobre 2019.

Calendrier – Date limite de soumission des résumés étendus : 30 mai 2019 – Le retour des avis du Comité Scientifique aux communicants se fera le 8 juillet 2019 – L’inscription aux journées devra être faite avant le 13 septembre 2019 – La version finale de la communication devra être envoyée pour le 20 septembre 2019 – Les résumés et les versions finales sont à envoyer par courriel à l’adresse suivante : gtinnovation@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr Programme prévisionnel – Atelier sur la pédagogie de la créativité et de l’innovation, le 16 octobre – Conférence GT Innovation : du jeudi 9 h au vendredi 15 h Site du colloque (actif à partir du 15 mars.

Plus d’informations ici : APC AIMS-GT Innovation-2019

 

  • Colloque interdisciplinaire et international du GIS Gestes, intitulé “Dé-libérer le travail ?” – 20, 21 et 22 novembre 2019.

Les propositions de communications sont attendues avant le 31 janvier 2019

PDF à télécharger : AAC colloque Gestes 2019

 

  • Workshop on Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management – 21 & 22 of May, 2019 – PSL Université Paris Dauphine

Deadline : 11 January 2019

Guests:

  • Talya Bauer (Portland State University)
  • Jacqueline Coyle-Shapiro (London School of Economics, to be confirmed)
  • Neil Conway (Royal Holloway, University of London)
  • Elaine Hollensbe (University of Cincinnati)
  • Robert Liden (University of Illinois at Chicago)
  • David Schoorman (Purdue University)
  • David Patient (Católica School of Business and Economics, Lisbon)
  • Lynn Shore (Colorado State University)

The workshop on Research Advances in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management will be held at the PSL, University of Paris-Dauphine, in Paris, France, from May 21st to 22nd, 2019. We cordially invite researchers to submit papers or posters to be presented at the workshop.

An Open Conference will be held by Grégor Bouville and Pascale De Rozario and the Guests on what we learned from the Leadership approaches presented in this Workshop on Advanced Research on OB-HRM.

This workshop will be concluded by a roundtable of our guestsWorkshop schedule.

We invite submissions relating to any of the following topics:

  • work motivation,
  • workplace commitment,
  • organizational justice,
  • psychological contract,
  • organizational trust,
  • organizational identity,
  • decision-making,
  • organizational effectiveness,
  • corporate social responsibility,
  • diversity,
  • intergenerational differences at work,
  • role management,
  • social exchange theories,
  • employment relationships,
  • leadership,
  • work and health,
  • worklife balance,
  • future of work,
  • high performance work systems,
  • HRM policies and practices,
  • compensation management,
  • socialization…

Contact : aurore.dandoy@dauphine.eu

Call for contributions OBHRM 2019

  • CFP for an ICA preconference: Organizing resistance beyond the boundaries of neoliberal capitalism held on May 24 2019 in Washington, DC. 
This preconference will be an occasion for students, scholars and members of social movements, alternative organizations and resistance at large to share both studies and practices of collective resistance, such as feminist/racial/sexual (Ashcraft, 2004; Davis, 2015, 2018; Gittens, 2018), social movements (Ganesh & Stohl, 2014; Ganesh et al., 2005; Ganesh & Zoller, 2012), alternative organizations (Cruz, 2017), or postcolonalism and nonwestern epistemology (Cruz, 2017; Cruz, McDonal, Broadfoot, Kai-chun, & Ganesh, 2018). But also, it will be an invitation to discuss the role of academics in “crossing the boundaries” of neoliberal normativity in order to put forth a more “engaged” community.
Please submit a 500-800 words abstract (excluding references, one page, word document –NOT PDF–), single-spaced, no header, footers or track changes) together with your contact information to Sophie Del Fa: del_fa.sophie@uqam.ca.
The deadline for submission of abstracts is February 1st, and we will notify our decisions by the end of February. Selected participants will have to submit an extended abstract or full paper by May 1st.
Sophie Del Fa, University of Quebec in Montreal
Joëlle Cruz, University of Colorado, Boulder
Consuelo Vásquez, University of Quebec in Montreal
  • Appel à contributions – Numéro thématique “Espaces de coworking, fab labs, living labs, makerspaces… les nouvelles formes d’organisation du travail créatif : objectifs et défis” 

Editeur(s) invité(s) :

Sophie Boutillier, Université du Littoral-Côte d’Opale

Ignasi Capdevila, PSB Paris School of Business

Laure Morel, Université de Lorraine

Laurent Dupont, Université de Lorraine

Modalités de soumission et Dates importantes :

– Date de soumission : 15 février 2019 https://www.editorialmanager.com/innovations/default.aspx

– Processus de révision : 15 février – 15 avril 2019

– Décision finale : 30 avril 2019

– Le numéro spécial est prévu pour le premier trimestre 2020

– Recommandations aux auteurs : http://www.cairn.info/docs/INNO_instructions_aux_auteursFR110816.pdf

Contacts : Sophie Boutillier, sophie.boutillier@univ-littoral.fr

Appel à contributions coworking

  • Call for papers – Special Issue Coworking areas, fab labs, living labs, makerspaces…. the new forms of organisation of creative work: objectives and challenges 

Guest Editor(s):

Sophie Boutillier, Université du Littoral-Côte d’Opale

Ignasi Capdevila, PSB Paris School of Business

Laure Morel, Université de Lorraine

Laurent Dupont, Université de Lorraine

Timetable for submission and acceptance of papers:

– Submission date: 15 February 2019

– Instructions to authors: http://innovations.cairn.info/instructions-aux-auteurs/

– Review Process: February 15 – April 15, 2019

– Final decision: April 30, 2019

– The special issue is scheduled for the first quarter of 2020

http://www.editorialmanager.com/innovations/default.aspx

– Guideline for authors: http://www.cairn.info/docs/Instructions_for_authorsGB110816.pdf

– April 30, 2019: Final notification for acceptance

Submit abstracts or questions to: Sophie Boutillier, Sophie.Boutillier@univ-littoral.fr

call for paper coworking

 

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