News vom 10.03.2017
Berlin, March 10, 2017
Four papers with first results from our joint research have been accepted for presentation at leading international conferences such as those of the American Association of Geographers (AAG) in Boston, USA, and the European Groups of Organization Studies (EGOS) in Copenhagen, Denmark. A paper on “Studying organizational creativity as process: Fluidity or duality?” by Johann Fortwengel (now King’s College London), Elke Schüßler (JKU Linz) and Jörg Sydow (FU Berlin) has just been officially published in Creativity and Innovation Management (26 (1) 2017, pp. 5-16), another one by Günther Ortmann (Universität Witten/Herdecke) and Jörg Sydow (FU Berlin) on “Dancing in chains: Creative practices in/of organizations” just been accepted for publication in Organization Studies, the leading European journal in this field, later this year.
Scholars from economic geography, management studies and organizational sociology participate in the interdisciplinary DFG Research Unit “Organized Creativity” that started working in Summer 2016. The Research Unit is coordinated by Jörg Sydow, School of Business & Economics, Freie Universität Berlin.
For more information visit https://www.wiwiss.fu-berlin.de/forschung/organized-creativity/ or sign up as a follower on Research Gate https://www.researchgate.net/project/Organized-Creativity-Practices-for-Inducing-and-Coping-with-Uncertainty