Conference participation EGOS 2022 in Vienna
Prof. Norbert Bach, Prof. Simon Oertel, Viktoria Mayr, Harry Hoffmann, Saskia Köpsell and Nicole Philippczyck represented the Management/ Organization group at the 38th EGOS Colloquium from 6.7.2022 to 9.7.2022 in Vienna with three contributions. For three days contributions were discussed and three peer-reviewed papers were presented:
- Mayr, V., Bach, N. & Oertel, S. (2022): New forms of organizing and their relevance for routine dynamics, 38th EGOS Colloquium, Vienna.(Sub-theme 56: Routine Dynamics, Agility, and Innovation, Convenors: Brian T. Pentland, Christian A. Mahringer, Birgit Elisabeth Renzl).
- Philippczyck, N., Hoffmann, H. & Oertel, S. (2022): The content of mission statements in European universities: The role of institutional foundational conditions and business systems, 38th EGOS Colloquium, Vienna.(Sub-theme 63: The Organizing of Academia, Convenors: Lars Engwall, Georg Krücken, Christine Musselin).
- Köpsell, S. & Oertel, S. (2022): Digitalization attempts in higher education: The role of imprinting and the effect of business departments, 38th EGOS Colloquium, Vienna.(Sub-theme 63: The Organizing of Academia, Convenors: Lars Engwall, Georg Krücken, Christine Musselin).
The EGOS conference is one of the largest and most important conferences held annually in the world with respect to organizational research. Over 2,500 members from 60 countries are part of the EGOS network, which aims to promote theoretical and empirical advances in knowledge about organizations.
We would like to thank you for the numerous contributions to the discussion and suggestions we received at the conference regarding the papers!
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