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General Papers

Blind visionaries: getting out of the conceptual mine
Ruud Kaulingfreks, Rene ten Bos
a Positive Approach to Totality: Creative Commerce and Image-Making in North West England's Music Industry
Daniel Hartley
Taking Deleuze into the Field: Arts-practice Based Organisation Research
Martin Wood, Sally Brown
A visual research method
hilde ham
Visualising Research: Looking into the Box
Louise Grisoni
Invisible images: a visual inquiry into ethics and change in a business school
Margaret L Page, Hugo Gaggiotti
Seeing is disbelieving, or how the experimental study of spiritual mediums shaped the disciplinary practices of modern psychology
Martin Corbett
Financial Phantasmagoria:Corporate Image-Work in Times of Crisis
Christian De Cock
Workplace diversity – how different can you be?
Annette Risberg
In the eye of the beholder? Biculturalism, professionalism and identity in New Zealand social work
Cheryl Cockburn-Wootten, Jo Brewis
Facts, Fictions, and (Re)Visionist Presentism: Public Relations and those Mad Men
Anthony R. Yue, Amy Thurlow
How to Envision Decisions? Decision making as a practice between invisualisation and symbolizing
Victoria von Groddeck, Katharina Mayr, Jasmin Siri
Aesthetic approach in understanding organizational creativity
Annika Johanna Blomberg
Seeing is believing - findings from a beautiful organizational failure within the transnational education business
Marcus Lindahl
Piercing the Veil
Jeroen Veldman
Through the Looking Glass: Claude Mirrors, Reflections and Organization Studies
Anthony R. Yue, Luc Peters
Reframing Virtuality: Operational Media and cold war technologies of vigilance
Martin Harris
From authority to publicity: the governmental transformation of the art field into "creative industries"
Bernadette Loacker
Vision and Sight: Thoughts on Arts and Business Research
Anke Strauß
VISION: the art of representing the invisible
GIOVANNA SONDA
Relative gazes. Signage and its backstage
Jerome Denis, David Pontille
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES – ICTs – IN THE PEDAGOGY OF THE TRANSCENDENTAL DIMENSION OF THE HABITAT
Gloria Hoyos
Passion, Creativity and Imagination: Strategizing Practices of a Visionary Brazilian Fashion Designer
Jose Albino, Carlos Alberto Gonçalves, Alexandre Carrieri
The blind spots of the cultural crystal ball: the invisible consequences of culture in international management research
Didier Cazal
How identity is deconstructed in quantum humanistic management practices. Case studie: Acción Fiduciaria (Colombia). Abstract
Carlos Largacha
Di-vision or Die-vision
Pippa Carter, Norman Jackson
Reconstituting ASB: A Participant Observers Perspective
K. Doreen MacAulay
Passion, Creativity and Imagination: Strategizing Practices of a Visionary Brazilian Fashion Designer
Jose Albino, Carlos Gonçalves, Alexandre Carrieri
Return the gaze, re-direct the sight: some thoughts on applying ethnography
Jun Luo
'Worlds to come': On projects and utopia
Manuela Nocker
Communicating Innovation: Visualizing Tacit Knowledge to Nourish Innovations in Organizations
Anne Pässilä, Pekka Aula, Laura Maria Mellanen
FROM BACK TO FRONT: THE ROLE OF ARCHITECTURAL SPACE IN TRANSFORMATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL IDENTITY AND IMAGE
Rune Thorbjørn Jason Clausen
"Who's afraid of red, yellow and blue" – towards an Aesthetics of Risk
P Pelzer
Mediatisation and the role of the visual: The case of elite Scottish bankers
Sarah Katrina Robinson, Ron Kerr
Gendered Sight: there are none so blind as those who will not see
Susan Betty Harwood
Visualising social networks: a case of (mis-)representation,
Steve Conway
An Original View of Entrepreneur Image and Contruction of Self Identity: The Case of French Women Entrepreneurs
Corinne Poroli, Stéphanie Chasserio, Philippe Pailot
Images and the spirit/practice of resistance: the Cuzco’s School of Painting
ana maría carreira
FUTURE, CHOISES, AND THE ISSUE OF RANDOMNESS
Oswaldo Melo Souza Filho, Luiz Maurício de Andrade da Silva, Laércio Aparecido Lucas, Paulo E. M. F. Mendonça
CLAIRVOYANCE AND UTOPIA: HOW A VISIONARY LEADERSHIP CAN STAND IN AN ERA OF UNCERTAINTY, BOREDOM AND CYNICISM?
Oswaldo Melo Souza Filho, Antonio Carlos Rodrigues
Sustainable development reconceptualised? Imagery reflecting the changing ‘nature’ of our understanding of social and environmental problems
Kumba Jallow
Know thyself? Questioning the idea of reflexivity as virtue in cultural learning processes
Maribel Blasco
Spaces in our peripheral vision: Hiding in the corners of a hair salon
Harriet Liberty Shortt
‘It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas’ – Visual Narratives and the Organizational Nexus
Philip Ulysses Hancock
Marketing to the senses Abstract
Anna Chourdaki
The body as an epistemological bridge (or inside, outside and beyond the frame for visualising)
Ian King
Sensory Deprivation? On the body surface as an analytical site in visibility regimes
Kirstie Ball
Making Space for Space? Exploring Aesthetics and Academic Professional Identity through Reflexive Photo-participation
andrew loxley
Sensuous and sensitive senses from observation
Jean-Luc Moriceau, Isabela Dos Santos Paes, Laisa Bragança de Moura
The White Cane (La Canne Blanche)
Sylvain Luc
Dressing up for Halloween - Creating a Collective Work Identity in a Customer Centre Team in a Finance Company
Ulla Forseth, Tove Håpnes, Liv Berge
OUR PENUMBRAS: DWELLING UPON A PRESENCE OUTSIDE THOUGHT-IMAGES
Sanjiv Dugal
Hamming It Up: Irony, Resistance, and Emotional Labor
Vicente Berdayes
Marginalizing the periphery: enhancing competitive awareness by looking less hard
Michael Louis Neugarten
REFLECTIONS ON AUDIO-VISUAL PRESENTATION OF RESEARCH FINDINGS
Heidi Rajamäki
“And above all, have a good time…”: TV chefs and the postwar visualization of French cooking
Stephen Andrew Linstead, Garance Marechal
Organizational Culture through a Wider Lens: Is There a Post Post-culture?
Stephen Andrew Linstead
Through the Looking Glass: An examination of audience and identity in the process of deinstitutionalization Abstract
Madeleine McKechnie
ʻPortraiture and the politics of vision: Depicting Anita Roddickʼ Abstract
Ann Rippin
‘Looks’, Emotions and Team work: The Case of Rugby Abstract
Lynne F Baxter
Institutions and the Exploration of Organisational Processes Abstract
Nestor Valero-Silva
Visions of Utility? Deal or No Deal?
Geoffrey Lightfoot, Simon Lilley
“STRATEGIST SUBJECTS”: THEIR VISION, “CHOICES” AND DECISIONS
Jose Albino, Alexandre Carrieri, Carla Lima Cattabriga
Visioning Utopia - The perception of altruism and utopia within the performative moment.
Rebecca Clunn
Finnish Leadership Images Across Time
Arja Ropo, Erika Sauer
representations and the psychoanalytic study of group dynamics
Saleh Abdelhalim
A Research Roundtable on Queering/Gay Management and Organization
Gavin Jack
International Imaginaries: a visual study of four MBA programmes' international representation
Carole Jane Elliott, Sarah Robinson
The Kindness of Strangers: Chance Encounters and Perceived Risk
Daniel Wade Clarke, Tessa Muncey
Using space as a tool for symbolic management
Kaisa Greenlees
Pictures from the Unsconscious: Using Drawings of Dreams in Organizations Abstract
Rose Mersky
The Myth of the Mission Abstract
Nevan Wright
Gender, leadership, and a lack of ‘vision’ from the ‘perspective’ of Deleuze and Guattari
Mollie Painter-Morland
International Financial Reporting Standards: Panacea or Problem?
Caroline Mary Bridges
[In]visible [in]tangibles: visual portraits of the business elite
Jane Elizabeth Davison
Organizing visualizations of time, space, and power in social relations
Mitchell W Sedgwick
Seeing is it Believing?
Stephen John McDonald
Gazing into the stars: astrology and feminine archetypes in management
Frances Laneyrie
One Piece: How The Organization and Ethics of Piracy is Visualized in the best-selling Japanese Manga ever
Thomas Lennerfors
Visions of "War against terrorism"
Elisabeth Pettersen
Exploring Lunar Aspects of Masculinity: The Stock Exchange as a Context of Middle-aged Men under the Gaze of younger Men
Anna Larsson
Leading through the veil: seeing to the other side of catastrophe
Peter Case
Information Technologies in the Light of Hans Jonas' Phenomenology of the Senses
Sissi Ingman
Vision and Blind Spots in Creating a Cultural Capital – the Case of Turku 2011
Astrid Sofia Huopalainen, Jutta Tailas
Hybrid Vision
Loek Schönbeck
Dealing with Over-Abundance – What Happens when Visioning gets Ahead of Itself.
daniel doherty
The concept of trust and its effect on discursive practices within Open Source Software projects.
Malgorzata Ciesielska
Movies, Myths and Organizational Heroes
alexia panayiotou
Aesthetic labour: the visual as a medium of resistance
Scott Lawley
The Organization Scene: the good, the bad and the unseen
Sudi Sharifi, Mike Bonsall, Yolanda Aranda Gonzalvo
‘There are no problems being out because I’m not out.’ Invisible sexualities in elite and grassroots sports
Scott Lawley
“A Perspective Knowing”: Some Reflections on the Politics and Ethics of ‘Knowing’ and ‘Seeing’ in Academic Research Practice
Rowland Curtis
Creating visual illusions: a study of animation work
Eerika Saaristo
Vision in a post-dramatic world of freedom
Mario Vötsch
The role of rituals in visioning corporate symbolic identity. Expatriates as liminal personae and the corporate rites of passage in the process of identity creation and maintenance
Magdalena Angelika Bielenia-Grajewska
Imagining the Other: Japanese Identity and the Global Age
Elvin Zoet
‘We know it when we see it’
Gudrun Rudningen
From Organizational Envision to Organizational Division: Identity Construction within an Intentional Community
Tom Vine
‘I can tell by the way you smell’: Exploring the Osmaticism of Working Lives
Kathleen Riach
Not letting bygones be bygones: on the role of organisational nostalgia in the process of creating group identities
sylwia ciuk
Gangsters at the business school: The Wire and the images of organisational ethics
Hugo Gaggiotti, Miguel Gaggiotti
Long sighted vision in a short sighted world – one company’s experience of change
Denise Maria Conroy, Annette Wittman
Experiencing the neighbourhood and urban renewal: youth visions
Martijn Koster
Looking the Part: Choice, Change and Control in Contemporary Policing
Julie Wolfram Cox, Jan Schapper, Jennifer Jones-Ellis
scanning, a way of relating to the world
robert van boeschoten
Retrospective Case Narration using Photographs as Memory
mariana bogdanova
Rendering the invisible visible
Justine Grønbæk Pors, Helene Friis Ratner
Redistributing the Sensible: Politics, Organization and the ‘Work’ of Art
Chris Land
Practicing the 3rd Eye: Reflexion on a collective visual harvesting process
Isabelle Mahy
TRANSFORMING THE PICTURE ALBUMS OF ORGANIZATIONS: THE VISUALIZATION OF ORGANIZATION FORMS
Claus Noppeney
Seeing what’s active in the material: exposing the contribution of documents to the production of organizational action
Viviane Sergi
Taking Dignity On Board: The Case of Shipping Ltd.
Laura Mitchell
IMPROVING VISUAL PERCEPTION AND REPRESENTATION BY MANAGERS
Clive Holtham
Visual representations of creativity? A critical reading of photographs of top musicians
Nina Kivinen, Niina Koivunen
(Re) collecting our selves at work
Jan Betts
Coaching: Between creating visions and impairing vision
Florian Schulz
Hiding & Showing in a Family Business in Japan
Yoshiko NA Suzuki
Conflicting Visions of Tech Revolutionaries — Ethics and politics of post-industrial entrepreneurial venturing
David Sköld
Hidden in Plain Sight: A Pyschodynamic Perspective on Images that Change Organisational Conversations
Dawn Langley
Title: ‘Double Vision, Double Standards, and Double Binds within In-Company Coaching Programmes’.
daniel doherty
Market-Liberal Advocacy Think Tanks in Sweden and the Netherlands as Part of a Social Movement
Juliane Riese
Tunnel Vision: On the Myopia of Seeking Accreditation for Accreditation’s Sake
Kenneth Ehrensal
Are spiritual ways of seeing things, also ways of not seeing?
David Bubna-Litic
Vision that blinds. About messy buildings and new skylines, glossy plans and confusing texts.
Jeroen Vermeulen
Vision and heterotopias in The Big Lebowski
Luc Peters
The Visionary Leader - a keen user of illusions, magic, smoke and mirrors?
Martin Nordell
‘…Through a Glass Darkly.’
Deirdre Tedmanson
Reviewing March's Vision
Donncha Kavanagh
Sports as two-edged sword
Michel van Slobbe
From Individual Blindness to Collective (In)Sight: The Role of Dialogue in Changing Ineffective Resistance into Change
Marcos Barros
Meaning of time in Post-bureaucracies: The new regulation of interplays Abstract
Dominique Besson
The Participant-Guided Tour: A visual-kinaesthetic research method Abstract
Vikki Abusidualghoul
Seeing what’s active in the material: exposing the contribution of documents to the production of organizational action
Viviane Sergi
ENVISIONING A FUTURE WITHOUT JOURNAL RANKINGS: STRATEGIES AND TACTICS OF RESISTANCE Abstract
Alexandra Bristow