Welcome to the MIT Sloan Organization Studies Group's (“OSG”) fall 2010 seminar series.
Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will be held in E62-350 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 24||NO SEMINAR, Team Day|
|Oct 1||Gretchen M. Spreitzer, University of Michigan (Ross)
Thriving at Work: The Role of the Leader
|Oct 8||Roxana Barbulescu, McGill University
Do women choose different jobs from men? Mechanisms and evidence for application segregation in the market for managerial workers
|Oct 15||Katherine (Kathy) Phillips, Northwestern University (Kellogg)
Getting Closer at the Company Party?
The Impact of Racial Demography, Behavioral Integration, and Quality of Experience
|Oct 22||NO SEMINAR, SIP|
|Oct 29||No OSG Seminar|
|Nov 5||Mark Mortensen, MIT
From Teams to Recombinant Collaboration: A taxonomy and new theoretical perspective on collaboration in light of the changing nature of work
|Nov 12||Erin Cech, University of California, San Diego (Sociology)
The Self-Expressive Edge of Sex Segregation: The Role of Self-Conceptions and Gender Schemas in the Career Launch Decisions of Recent College Graduates
|Nov 19|| Victor Seidel, University of Oxford (Said)
Translating Novel Concepts to Novel Products: Coordination Totems in Practice
|Dec 3||Nada Hashmi & Mabel Abraham, MIT|
|Dec 10||Tom Tyler, New York University (Psychology)
How are people connected to groups?
Traditionally, doctoral students and faculty meet individually and/or in small groups before and after the seminar. Please e-mail Mabel Abraham 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