Welcome to the MIT Sloan Organization Studies Group's (“OSG”) spring 2011 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.
|Feb 25||Eitan Naveh, Technion (visiting ESD)
Learning Climate: When Is More Better?
The Case of Resident Physicians’ Medical Errors
|Mar 4||Thomas W. Malone, Patrick J. McGovern Professor of Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management
Collective Intelligence: What is it? How can we measure it? And how can we increase it?
|Mar 11||Paul Leonardi, Northwestern
Networks, Capabilities, and the Creation of New Organizational Knowledge: A Study of Captive Offshoring in the Global Automotive Industry
|Mar 18||No Seminar|
|Mar 25||Spring Break|
|Apr 1||No Seminar|
|Apr 8||Trond Petersen, University of California, Berkeley
From Civil Rights Legislation to Family Policies: Contemporary Challenges for Gender Inequality
|Apr 15||Dr. Sheryl Skaggs, University of Texas, Dallas
Driving Organization Effectiveness: Racial and Gender Managerial Diversity and the Ties that Bind
|Apr 22||Julie Kmec, Washington State
Is it about Working for the Woman? Establishment Managerial Sex Composition & HR Policy Adoption
|Apr 29||Matthew Desmond, Harvard (Junior Fellow)
When Victims Become Nuisances: The Withdrawal of Police Protection from Battered Women and the Urban Poor.
|May 6||Dick Moreland, Pittsburgh
Behavioral Assessment Practices in Research on Small 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