19 Feb 2021

Organizing in Extreme Contexts workshop

Are you a scholar interested in extreme context research (ECR)? If so, we invite you to the third Organizing in Extreme Contexts workshop online on February 25th 3:00pm-4:30pm GMT.

The theme of the third workshop is Foundations of Extreme Contexts – featuring scholars who have developed some of the foundational ideas of extreme contexts, followed by open discussion about where as a field we are heading next.

When? The third organizing in extreme context workshop takes place Thursday February 25 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm GMT using Zoom (link is provided after signing up).

Who? Everyone with an interest in ECR is welcome to join. Presenters in the third seminar include Karlene Roberts and William Starbuck.

How? To join, please register before the 22nd of February at https://forms.gle/BNdtiaGWbMbWjgom9 . To ensure a lively discussion, participants will have access to pre-recorded presentations and will be asked to view these before the workshop. The workshop is free of charge.

We also invite you to visit the Organizing Extreme Contexts website to find other ECR workshops, brown bags, and ways to get involved: https://organizingextremecontexts.org/

Organizers and contact information:
Markus Hällgren (Umeå University) [email protected]
Derin Kent (Warwick Business School) [email protected]
Linda Rouleau (HEC Montreal) [email protected]
April Wright (University of Queensland) [email protected]

More information about the event can be found on the Organizing in Extreme Contexts website: https://organizingextremecontexts.org/extreme-contexts-virtual-seminar-series/foundation-of-extreme-contexts-3/