La Chaire organise une série de conférences conjointement avec le Groupe de recherche sur la pratique de la stratégie dont les coresponsables sont les professeurs Ann Langley (titulaire de la Chaire) et Linda Rouleau. Voici la liste des conférences depuis la fondation de la Chaire :

15 février 2017, 12h15-14h00
The destructive impact of negative emotions on value creation in mergers and acquisitions
– Satu Teerikangas, Professor in Management & Organization, University of Turku, Finland

3 février 2017, 12h15-14h00
Bowing before dual gods: How structured flexibility sustains organizational hybridity
– Wendy Smith, Associate Professor of Management, University of Delaware

23 janvier 2017, 12h15-14h00
How the tail wags the dog: The role of TMTs in making (or diluting) the leaders
– Feng Liu, Assistant Professor of Strategy, Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University

7 décembre 2016, 12h15-14h00
Revisiting organizational survival from a growth-based perspective
– Denise Fleck, Associate Professor at COPPEAD, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

12 octobre 2016, 12h15-14h00
Strategy and virtue: Developing Strategy-as-practice through virtue ethics
– Haridimos Tsoukas, Professor of Organization Studies, University of Cyprus & University of Warwick

15 septembre 2016, 12h15-14h00
Leadership-as-Practice: Theoretical and methodological conundrums
– Barbara Simpson, Professor of Leadership and Organisational Dynamics, Strathclyde Business School in Glasgow

2 juin 2016, 12h30-14h00
Understanding Organizational Mourning among Former Lehman Bankers: A Tale of Two Pathways
– Michael G. Pratt, O’Connor Family Professor, Carroll School of Management, Boston College

4 mai 2016, 12h15-14h00
The Importance of « -ing »: Action’s Role in Defining Resources
– Martha Feldman, Professor of Social Ecology, Business, Political Science and Sociology, University of California, Irvine

11 avril 2016, 12h15-14h00
A Constitutive Approach to the Study of Organizational Paradox, Contradiction, and Dialectics
– Linda Putnam, Research Professor, Department of Communication, University of California, Santa Barbara

10 mars 2016, 12h30-14h00
Multilevel Identity Work under Institutional Tensions
– Samia Chreim,  Professeure titulaire, Telfer School of Business, Université d’Ottawa

23 février 2016, 12h15-14h00
Entrapment: The constraining nature of CEO narratives
– Gwyneth Edwards,  Professeure adjointe, HEC Montréal

14 janvier 2016, 12h15-14h00
Conceptual lenses to understand the impact of materiality in organizations
– Bernard Forgues,  Professeur, EMLyon Business School

2 décembre 2015, 12h15-14h00
Maintenance institutionnelle et routines organisationnelles : Influences réciproques entre les artefacts légaux et les routines
– Isabelle Royer,  Professeure, IAE-Lyon, École universitaire de management

12 novembre 2015, 12h15-14h00
The Co-construction of Leadership among Professional Peers
– Laura Empson,  Professor, Cass Business School

21 octobre 2015, 12h15-14h00
Speaking in the Name of the Organization:  A Vocabularies View of Organizational Identity Work
– Saku Mantere, Associate Professor, McGill Desautels Faculty of Management

16 septembre 2015, 12h15-14h00
The world is flat: Leveling the playing field of the bricoleur
– Olivier Germain, Professeur, Département de Management, ESG-UQAM

9 juin 2015, 12h15-14h00
Recursive Categorization and Enactment of Role Identities in Pluralistic Institutional Contexts
– Renate Meyer, Professor of Organization Studies, WU Vienna, University of Economics and Business

6 mai 2015, 12h15-14h00
L’étrange odyssée du « lean management »: De l’enquête pragmatiste au contrôle taylorien
– Philippe Lorino, Professeur Éminent, ESSEC Business School
(Conférence organisée conjointement avec Mosaïc)

26 mars 2015, 12h15-14h00
Why be reflexive?
– Ann Cunliffe, Professor, University of Bradford

12 février 2015, 12h15-14h00
From Institutional Entrepreneurship to Institutional Work: An analysis of Institutional Change in Ghana, 1957-1985
– Roy Suddaby, Professor and Winspear Chair, Peter B. Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria

23 janvier 2015, 12h15-14h00
Battling Boredom: The Invention and Use of Organizational Routines on Mount Everest
– Markus Hallgren, Professeur, Umeå School of Business and Economics, Suède

9 décembre 2014, 12h15-14h00
Shifting the borders of ethnography in the study of strategy practices: what we can learn from creative nonfiction
– Chahrazad Abdallah, Professeure, École des Sciences de la Gestion, Université du Québec à Montréal

20 novembre 2014, 12h15-14h00
Bridging and bounding institutional logics: Enacting reflexivity in hybrid organizations in Australia and Canada
– David Oliver, Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney Business School
– Pamela Sloan, Professeure associée, HEC Montréal

15 octobre 2014, 12h15-14h00
A larger view of strategy as practice: How to change big S strategy
– Richard Whittington, Professor of Strategic Management, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford

10 avril 2014, 12h15-14h00
Maintaining organizational routines: The dynamic interplay between stories and lists within physician handoffs
– Curtis LeBaron, Associate Professor, Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University

19 février 2014, 12h15-14h00
Autonomy or Control? Organizational Architecture and Corporate Attention to Stakeholders
– Pamela Sloan, Professeure associée, HEC Montréal

5 février 2014, 12h15-14h00
Insurgent Bodies: Emotional Effervescence in an Online Protest
– David Courpasson, Professeur, EMLyon Business School

12 décembre 2013, 12h15-14h00
Without texts no authority! Studying the power of texts to act from a distance
– Consuelo Vasquez, Professeure adjointe, Département de communication sociale et publique, Université du Québec à Montréal

7 novembre 2013, 12h15-14h00
Roping in the cowboys at Oilco: How companies integrate externally-sourced organizational routines
– Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Associate Professor, Lundquist School of Business, University of Oregon

15 octobre 2013, 12h15-14h00
Ethnography: Discovering the Obvious that Everyone Else Overlooks
– Stephen R. Barley, Richard W. Weiland, Professor of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University

8 mai 2013, 12h15-14h00
Insurance trading in Lloyd’s of London: Balancing conflicting-yet-complementary logics in practice
– Paula Jarzabkowski, Professor of Strategic Management, City University and EU Marie Curie Fellow, Cornell University

22 mars 2013, 10h00-12h00
Do’s and Don’ts of Drafting Qualitative Research
– Tima Bansal, Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Business, Ivey School of Business

14 mars 2013, 12h15-14h00
– Ambiguous authority and hidden hierarchy: Dynamics of collective leadership in a professional service firms
– Laura Empson, Professor, Cass Business School, UK

25 février 2013, 12h15-14h00
Beyond ambidexterity: How middle managers in China state-owned enterprises juggle three institutional logics in daily operations
– Quy Huy, Associate Professor, INSEAD

15 janvier 2013, 12h15-14h00
Do we have the courage? Strategy and branding during times of uncertainty
– Virpi Sorsa, Chercheure postdoctorale, Aalto University

12 décembre 2012, 12h15-14h00
La performativité du discours du lean management dans le secteur de la santé du Québec
– Viviane Sergi, Professeure adjointe, ESG-UQAM
– Maria Lusiani, Chercheure postdoctorale, HEC Montréal

25 octobre 2012, 12h15-14h00
The sociomaterial nature of risk appraisal routines
– Paul Spee, Postdoctoral fellow, University of Sydney, Australia

13 septembre 2012, 12h15-14h00
Evolving narratives, strategic change and restructuring in MNEs
– Julia Balogun, Professor Sir Roland Smith Chair in Strategic Management, Lancaster University Management School

3 mai 2012, 12h15-14h00
Organizational routines and strategy rituals: Opportunities for a practice perspective in organization studies
– Steven W. Floyd, Professor, Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

17 avril 2012, 12h15-14h00
From outlaw to hero: A process study of middle manager deviance within a bureaucracy
– Céline Legrand, Professeure, Audencia-Nantes School of Management

11 avril 2012, 12h15-14h00
Le commerce comme prétexte? Sites internet comme outils de médiation de la tension entre visées sociales et économiques dans une entreprise sociale
– Valérie Michaud, Professeure, École des Sciences de la Gestion, Université du Québec à Montréal

23 février 2012, 13h30-15h00
Social Innovation in Contested Domains: Insite – North America’s First Government Sanctioned Supervised Injection Site
– Tom Lawrence, Professeur, Simon Fraser University

7 décembre 2011, 14h30-16h30
Squatting on Seesaws: A Sociology of Art Perspective on the Creativity-Control Tension
– Marie-Astrid Theule, Conseil national des arts et métiers
– Sam Sponem, HEC Montréal
– Jean-Pascal Gond, HEC Montréal

17 novembre 2011, 12h15-14h00
Practice adoption in cases of low cultural fit: Adaptation and cultural repertoire enrichment during the adoption of six sigma at 3M
– Davide Ravasi, Bocconi University

1er novembre 2011, 12h30-14h00
Organisational discourse and the social construction of meaning
– Loizos Heracleous, Warwick Business School

13 octobre 2011, 12h15-14h00
On the functioning of boundary communities: How decision analysts turn rational choice theory into practice
– Laure Cabantous, ESCP-Europe

19 septembre 2011, 12h15-14h00
Doing innovative research: problematizing assumptions and creating mysteries
– Mats Alvesson, Lund University

19 mai 2011, 12h15-14h00
The strategic competence of accountants and middle managers in budget making
– Bertrand Fauré, Professeur, Université de Toulouse

7 avril 2011, 12h15-14h00
Transitional identity as a facilitator of organizational identity change during a merger
– Dennis Gioia, Robert and Judith Klein Professor of Management, Smeal College of Business, Penn State University

24 mars 2011, 12h15-14h00
Theorizing Change and Pluralism in Institutional Context: What Economies of Worth and New-Institutionalism Can Learn from Each Other
– Bernard Leca, Professeur, Rouen Business School et Jean-Pascal Gond, Professeur invité, HEC Montréal

10 février 2011, 12h15-14h00
Rules of suspension: A rules-based explanation of the role of strategy workshops in the strategy process
– David Seidl, Chair of Organization and Management, University of Zurich

20 janvier 2011, 12h15-14h00
Penser l’organisation dans la performativité, l’hybridité et le dislocal: de la version « symboliste » à la version « pragmatiste » de l’idée de la constitution communicative de l’organisation
– Daniel Robichaud, Professeur agrégé, Département de communication, Université de Montréal

2 décembre 2010, 12h30-14h00
John Reed, Citibank and the Commercial Real Estate Crisis of the 1990s: A Case Study
– Sarah Kaplan, Associate Professor, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

4 novembre 2010, 12h15-14h00
Le stratège, cet obscur objet du désir
– Florence Allard-Poesi, Professeure, Université de Paris-Est-Créteil

8 octobre 2010, 12h15-13h30
Toward a theory of innovation: Artifacts, infrastructure and the challenge of novelty
– Paul Carlile, Associate Professor, Boston University

5 mai 2010, 12h00-13h30
Strategy as discourse: Reconstructing a social practice
– Claus Jacobs, Professor, University of St. Gallen

8 avril 2010, 12h15-14h15
Institutional homology: Explaining corporate art
– Roy Suddaby, Professor, University of Alberta

25 mars 2010, 12h15-14h15
Ethnographie organisationnelle « extrême »: L’expédition « Le rêve le Darwin » en Patagonie
– Linda Rouleau, Professeure titulaire, HEC Montréal

28 janvier 2010, 12h15-14h15
Everyday sensegiving: A closer look at successful plant managers
– Anne D. Smith, Associate Professor, University of Tennessee – Knoxville

3 décembre 2009, 12h15-14h15
Powers of the past: Evoking organizational memory in LEGO Group’s identity reconstruction process
– Tor Hernes, Professor, Copenhagen Business School

12 novembre 2009, 12h15-14h15
Two Perspectives on Managing Paradox in the Practice of Strategy
– Luc Audebrand, University of British Columbia, Okanagan (Macro-level tensions and micro-level coping strategies: Towards a dialogical perspective)
– Wendy Smith, Lerner School of Business, University of Delaware (Managing strategic paradox: Senior leadership characteristics to explore and exploit simultaneously)

16 octobre 2009, 12h15-14h15
Reflections on engaged scholarship
– Andrew Van de Ven, Vernon H. Heath Chair of Organizational Innovation and Change, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota

17 septembre 2009, 12h15-14h15
Is there a place for studies of practice within organizational institutionalism?
– Eva Boxenbaum, Associate professor, Copenhagen Business School

20 mai 2009, 12h15-14h15
The critical power of the practice lens
– Silvia Gherardi, professeur, Université de Trento

14 mai 2009, 12h00-14h00
Conférence organisée conjointement avec la Chaire de management stratégique international Walter J. Somers
Competition and path-breaking in the role playing game industry, 1974-1999
 – Benoit Demil, professeur, IAE de Lille

23 avril 2009, 12h15-14h15
Qu’est-ce que l’historien peut apprendre aux chercheurs en stratégie
– Cyrille Sardais, Professeur adjoint, HEC Montréal

17 avril 2009, 12h15-14h15
The minimalist world of (implications for) practice
– Jean Bartunek, Robert and Evelyn Ferris Chair of Organization Studies, Boston College

5 février 2009, 12h00-14h00
A discursive perspective on substitution and institutionalization: The case of DDT
– Steve Maguire, Professeur agrégé, Université McGill

14 janvier 2009, 12h00 à 14h00
Le leadership bicéphale: sa logique et ses défis
– Wendy Reid, MBA, Ph. D., Professeure invitée HEC Montréal
– Hilde Fjellvaer, Professeure à la Trondheim Business School, étudiante au doctorat à la Norwegian School of Economics à Bergen

4 décembre 2008, 12h00 à 14h00
Analyser une réunion de gestionnaires. Une présentation autour du livre « Interacting and Organizing: Analyses of a Management Meeting »
– François Cooren, Professeur au département de communication, Université de Montréal