Organization Studies Group (OSG)

This research group studies the human aspects of organizations, including people, processes, and practices. Researchers draw on interdisciplinary theories and methods from psychology, sociology, political science, history, anthropology, and related fields. Although the researchers are diverse in their training and interests, there is a particular focus on understanding real-world phenomena in detail (i.e., organizational processes and practices in action). The faculty and graduates of the program have contributed creative frameworks, concepts, theories, and empirical insights to the study of organizations, their environments, and the people who live and work in them.

Jamilah Allen,

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