The 38th EGOS Colloquium 2022 Organizing Team in Vienna is excited to offer seven (7) hybrid sub-themes [see list below], which will enable attendees to participate either in person or virtually. It is our goal to provide virtual attendees with the opportunity to get a good experience of the sub-theme, and to also participate in other elements of the Colloquium program including the opening ceremony, selected sub-plenaries, and virtual social events.
This hybrid initiative is directed towards the following aims:
– Reducing carbon emissions in alignment with the EGOS Sustainability Principles
– Enhancing inclusivity by reducing barriers to participation
– Addressing potential travel restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic
Virtual attendees will have a reduced Colloquium registration fee (tba in spring 2022).
Virtual participation will only be possible for the 7 sub-themes listed below.
For the initial submission of your short paper, you will be asked to provide information about your preferred mode of participation and that of your co-author(s), should your short paper be accepted.
Please make sure to coordinate with your co-authors their modes of participation in advance of the short paper submission.
The options for mode of participation are:
– In person only
– Virtual/online only
– Open to either in person or online participation (to be assigned by sub-theme convenors)
– Will not attend (another co-author will present)
For any questions related to the virtual aspects of the 38th EGOS Colloquium program, please contact the Vienna Organizing Team: email@example.com
List of Hybrid Sub-themes
Sub-theme 17: Careers: Failure and Success in Changed Times
Convenors: Thomas M. Schneidhofer, Monika Hamori & Xiao Chen
Sub-theme 19: Creativity and Imperfection: Unveiling the Potential of Experimentation and Mistakes
Convenors: Pier Vittorio Mannucci, Barbara Imperatori & Christina E. Shalley
Sub-theme 29: Global Challenges: An Interdisciplinary View on the Role of MNEs
Convenors: Mike Geppert, Christoph Dörrenbächer & Ödül Bozkurt
Sub-theme 35: Institutional Microdynamics: The Roles of Emotions, Values, and Evaluation
Convenors: Gry Espedal, Jose Bento da Silva & W.E. Douglas Creed
Sub-theme 51: Organizing for Interdisciplinarity to Tackle Grand Challenges
Convenors: Joel Bothello, Gabriela Gutierrez-Huerter O & Stefanie Habersang
Sub-theme 52: Perfectly Imperfect Organizing: The Beauty of Incomplete Calculative Practices
Convenors: Elena Giovannoni, Jan Mouritsen & Paolo Quattrone
Sub-theme 67: Whatever Happened to Organizational Anthropology? Past & Prospects
Convenors: Michiel Verver, Leonore van den Ende & Heidi Dahles