Welcome to the MIT Sloan Organization Studies Group's (“OSG”) fall 2008 seminar series.
Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will be held in E52-598 (Forrester Room) from Noon to 1:30 p.m. on Fridays. Lunch will be provided at 11:45 a.m. As they become available, abstracts or papers for the seminars will be posted below.
|Sep 5||No meeting|
|Sep 12||OSG Community Mtng (for OSG faculty, students, and affiliates)|
|Sep 19||No meeting (team day)|
|Sep 26||Sim Sitkin, Duke University
Empirical tests of a unified leadership theory: Multi-method studies of leader effects on loyalty, trust, aspirations, community and performance
|Oct 3||Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks, University of Michigan
Connecting the Dots Within: Increasing Innovation Through Identity Integration
|Oct 10||Erin Leahey, University of Arizona
Sociological Innovation through Subfield Integration
|Oct 17||Heng (Alice) Xu, MIT Sloan|
|Oct 24||No meeting (SIP week)|
|Oct 31||Tanya Menon, University of Chicago
Representing relationships: Transferring and violating relational schemas
Ellen Kossek, Michigan State University
An Embedded Leadership and Work Group Context Perspective on Work and Family
|Nov 14||Charles E. Eesley, MIT Sloan
Who has ‘The Right Stuff’? Human Capital, Entrepreneurship and Institutional Change in China
Jared Curhan, MIT Sloan
Long-term Consequences of Subjective Value in Negotiation: New Evidence from the Lab and the Field
Location changed to Dean's Conference Room (E52-4th floor)
|Nov 28||No meeting (Thanksgiving)|
|Dec 5||Sigal Barsade, University of Pennsylvania|
Traditionally, doctoral students and faculty meet individually and/or in small groups before and after the seminar. Please e-mail Sophia Wong if you would like to arrange such meetings (please note the dates and times in which you're interested).
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Past OSG Seminar Schedules