Strategy, Innovation, International Business and Marketing
We host regular seminars throughout the academic year.
If you are an Oxford University student, faculty or staff and would like to attend any of the seminars please contact email@example.com to check availability.
Renate Meyer, Visiting Professor, Saïd Business School
Title: One frame to bind them all. The rhetoric of the anti-vaccination for large-scale institutional disruption.
Mark Dodgson, Executive in Residence, Saïd Business School
Title: Managing Technology-Enabled Innovation in a Professional Services Firm: A Cooperative Case Study.
Elizabeth Altman, Manning School of Business
Title: Building on shifting sands: Data dynamics in early-stage platform emergence.
Dr Quy N. Huy, INSEAD
Title: How Socio-Emotional Practices Enable Organizational Flexibility to Facilitate Scaling: Evidence from a Platform Start-Up.
Frank Dobbin, Harvard University
Title: Getting to Diversity: What Works and What Doesn’t. Read our interview with Frank.
Tammar Zilber, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Title: Bringing institutional logics into effect through interactions: negotiating the relevant story in decision-making.
Charlene Zietsma, University of Michigan (formerly of Smeal College of Business)
Title: Scaling capabilities: What we can learn from for-profit entrepreneurs and institutional interveners.
Rosemarie Ziedonis, Questrom School of Business, Boston University
Title: Information disclosure and the market for acquiring technology companies (with George Chondrakis and Carlos Serrano).
Andy Spicer, Darla Moore School of Business
Title: The formal institutional context of informal economies: A state fragility perspective.
Andrew H Van de Ven, University of Minnesota
Title: New findings in Oxford handbook of organizational Change, 2nd ed. (2020).
Daniel Armanios, Saïd Business School (formerly of Carnegie Mellon University)
Title: Social movements for preservation: The national register of historic places and roadway bridges.