Welcome to the
Organization Studies Group's (OSG's)
Fall 2002 OSG Seminar Series

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Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will be held in E52-598 (Forrester Room) from 1:00-2:30 p.m. on Fridays.
As they become available, abstracts or papers for the seminars will be posted and can be seen by following the links as indicated.

OSG Kickoff
Date Speaker & Affiliation Topic/Title
06-Sep-2002Steve Borgatti
   Boston College
   Steve Borgatti's webpage
Measuring Knowledge & Consensus: With Implications for the study of Communities of Practice
   Link to Abstract
13-Sep-2002Meet the new students!
20-Sep-2002OSG Idea Chat - JoAnne Yates
27-Sep-2002Chip Heath
   Chip Heath's webpage
When false ideas win in the marketplace of ideas: Entrapping schemas and why though Gore didn't say he invented the internet, we believe he did
    NOTE: This seminar will be from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m., instead of the usual time.
   Link to Abstract
04-Oct-2002Shmuel Ellis
   Tel Aviv University
   Shmuel Ellis's webpage
After event reviews: Drawing lessons from successful vs. failed experience
11-Oct-2002OSG Idea Chat - Doctoral StudentsMid-term Check-in
18-Oct-2002Roberto Fernandez
   MIT Sloan
   Roberto Fernandez's webpage
Networks, Race and Poverty
25-Oct-2002Linda Argote
   Linda Argote's webpage
Social identity and knowledge transfer across groups.
01-Nov-2002Noshir Contractor
  Noshir Contractor 's webpage
Multi-theoretical multi-level models (MTML) for understanding the emergence of knowledge networks.
   Link to Abstract & Suggested Readings
08-Nov-2002OSG Idea Chat - Lourdes Sosa & Roberto FernandezGendering the Job
   Link to paper
15-Nov-2002Michael Tushman
   MichaelTushman's webpage
Innovation Streams and Ambidextrous Designs: On Building Dynamic Capabilities
   Link to paper
22-Nov-2002Max Bazerman
   Max Bazerman's webpage
Predictable Surprises
   Link to Abstract | Link to presentation slides
06-Dec-2002Keith Murnighan
   Keith Murnighan's webpage
Exploring the Development of Interpersonal Trust: Rationality, Penance, Attributions, and Reciprocity
   Link to Abstract
13-Dec-2002Amy Edmondson
   Amy Edmondson's webpage
Methodological Fit in Organizational Field Research: A Framework
   Link to Abstract

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