Current scholars- Stanford
List of current scholars
Carla Susana Agudelo AssuadNTNU - UiA (Norway)
Eliane BucherNorwegian Business School, Oslo (Norway)
Thomas FischerUniversity of Lausanne, Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC) (Switzerland)
Per LægreidUniversity of Bergen (Norway)
Pernilla Petrelius KarlbergCenter for advanced studies in leadership (Sweden)
|Institution||University of Lausanne, Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC) (Switzerland)|
|Department||Department of Organizational Behavior|
Research areas: I am interested in conceptual challenges around the study of leadership. Also, I work on reputation and diversity management.
|Institution||University of Bergen (Norway)|
|Department||Administration and Organization Theory|
My research interests are studies of public administration, public management from a broad institutional perspective combining political science and organizational studies. Empirical studies of institutional changes of central government organizations, democratic governance, public sector reforms in a domestic and comparative perspective. A special focus on New Public Management reforms and post-NPM reform initiatives and studies. Currently I am working on the following projects: ‘Organizing for societal security and crisis management. Building goverenance capacity and legitimacy(GOVCAP)’, ‘Transforming into Open, Innovative and Collaborative Governments (TROPICO“ and ‘Coordination, Capacity and Legitimacy: Organizing for Climate Change, Immigration, and the Police’ (COCAL).
Pernilla Petrelius Karlberg
|Institution||Center for advanced studies in leadership (Sweden)|
|Department||Stockholm school of economics|
|Title||Assistant Professor, PhD|
Research areas: I am interested in leadership norms and leadership practices in a mediatized and audit stakeholder society. I study how leadership practices develop in organizations that act in the global arena where ethical, cultural, or accountability dilemmas constantly challenge everyday work and leadership practices.
|Institution||Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)|
|Department||School of Business|
|Title||Professor (Strategy and Innovation)|
Research areas: My research focuses mainly on two broad streams – collaborative innovation and organizational renewal. In terms of former, I am interested in how innovation networks and ecosystems emerge, evolve and are organized. For the latter, I am looking into nature of organizational capabilities, their rigidities, and various ways to overcome those rigidities. Finally, I am interested in tensions and dualities in organizing across various contexts. These include e.g. competition and collaboration (i.e. coopetition), knowledge sharing and protection, as well as exploration and exploitation.
|Institution||Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)|
|Department||Strategic Management and Globalization|
My overall research topic is the microfoundations of institutional logics as building blocks for organizational culture. Organizational culture is widely acknowledged as a key driver of organizational performance. I bring in the institutional logics perspective to analyze clashes between different cultural understandings. I am investigating how logics are apprehended, diffused in the organization, how they compete, reduce organizational performance and what motivations are behind such a longer-term conflict in the organization.
|Institution||Aalto University (Finland)|
|Department||Department of Industrial Engineering and Management|
Research areas: I want to understand the nature of human activities, their mental regulation and group processes when collaborating in distributed, often global working contexts. With my research teams, I am studying organizational innovations, new ways of working, requirements and possibilities of mobile and multi-locational CO2 free knowledge work, distributed teams and organizations, reward systems, knowledge and competence building and e-learning systems.
|Institution||Jönköping International Business School (Sweden)|
|Department||Business Administration/Centre for Family Enterprise and Ownership|
My dissertation deals with the succession of the CEO, one of the most researched phenomena by business school academics. The topic has been mostly studied in regards to how CEO characteristics influence organizational outcomes, but recently there has been a marked increase in theory and research on interaction and relations at the top of the organization.