Dalgas Have 15, Lecture hall DH 1V.001
Department of Mangement, Society and Communication.
In this lecture, I explore the meaning and significance of craft for the self-understanding and development of organizational research. The construct of craft is situated in the context of its displacement by modernisation, as a practice characterized by skills that elude standardization and routinization. Consideration of research-as-craft, we suggest, speaks to, and supports, a distinctive – imaginative, embodied and being-centred – aspect and mode of management and organizational research. In unsettling and subverting knower/known and mind/body dualisms, ‘craftiness’ is of ethical and political, as well as methodological, significance.
15:00 – Welcome by Head of Department Dorte Salskov-Iversen
Introduction by Dean of Research Peter Møllgaard
15:15 – Inaugural Lecture by Professor Hugh Willmott
16:00 – Reception at MSC in Dalgas Have 15
Registration: Please send an email to email@example.com before 23 October, 2017.