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SUB-THEME 1: ACTIVITY THEORY: CREATIVE AND SUSTAINABLE ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACHES TO LEARNING DEVELOPMENT

Convenors: Denise Shelley Newnham, Ellen Carm, Silke Geithner

Room: 146

Friday, 15th September

    09:00

   09:30

Creating system-level innovations with the Change Laboratory Method

Jaakko Virkkunen

With Sub-theme 5

   09:30

  10:00

Group discussion on Jaakko’s work

With Sub-theme 5

   10:00

   10:30

The place of language and materiality in expansive learning and development

Introduction of the subthemes 1 and 5 and discussions

   10:30

   11:00

Fablabs as a creative spaces for collaborative organizing in Italy and Finland

Giuseppe Scatatti, Anu Kajamaa, Silvia Ivaldi & Laura Galuppo

   11:00

   11:20

CHAT – a potential strategy for sustainable development

Ellen Carm

   11:20

   11:40

Developmental Change Laboratories between university and work in health sciences. James Garraway & Lloyd Christopher

   11:40

   12:00

To care with? Orientation to others in care practices

Yves Habran & Nicolas Battard

   12:00

   13:00

Discussion and debate on papers read

Conveners Newman & Carm

 

Saturday, 16th September

   09:00

   09:20

Power relations in organizational change: An activity theoretic perspective

Frank Schirmer & Silke Geithner

   09:20

   09:40

From incompetent to skilled workers: Looking for a modelling of competence transfer  Fabien Meier & Benoit Grasser

   09:40

   10:00

Awareness of value of the inner creative processes in helping individuals and groups make effective equitable progress towards sustainable societies

Christine Syrgiannis, Anastasia Zabaniotou & Ivani Fazenda

   10:00

   10:20

Building a gobal, self-sustainable entrepreneurail education ecosystem : An intercultural framework

Mahamadou Biga Diambeidou, Philippe Mairesse & Sybille Persson

   10:20

   10:40

Examining the moderating effect of top management support on social sustainability and performance

Robert Sroufe, Venngopal Gopalakrisha-Remani

   10:40

   11:00

The inner circle: building bridges or boundaries between researchers and practitioners

Denise Newnham

   11:00

   11:20

How can moral imagination help project teams to be more creative? The importance of the context

Stephane Gangloff & Kamel Mnisri

   11:20

   12:20

Discussion and debate on papers read

Conveners Newman & Carm

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