Friday, December 3, 2010

OTREG 10th December 2010

The next OTREG meeting will be held in the Cambridge Judge Business School on Friday 10th December. Papers will be presented by:

1. Ismael Al-Amoudi, Henley Business School.
2. Martin Kilduff, Cambridge Judge Business School.
3. Juliane Reinecke, Cambridge Judge Business School.

CJBS is located on Trumpington Street, Central Cambridge, on the Old Addenbrooke's Site. The meeting will be held in room KH107, adjacent to the main building. Swipe card access is required into this building, and Ella Hewitt will be standing at the main door from 2:20 until 2:45pm. If you are unable to arrive within this time, then please ask for Ella at reception, and she will be happy to give you access to the Keynes House building.

If you are still yet to register for the event, and wish to do so, please email and Ella will send you out the papers for next week's meeting.

Best wishes


Friday, October 22, 2010

Thanks from Martin Kilduff

Professor Martin Kilduff would also like to thank the OTREG community for their help with his paper on the philosophy of science, which was prepared for resubmission to the AMR special topic forum on new theory. The paper has been conditionally accepted.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

'Formal Dining at Cambridge Colleges'

Kamal Munir, Paul Tracey and Tina Dacin would also like to thank the OTREG community for their invaluable feedback on a paper they presented at the OTREG meeting in Paris, September 2008. The paper was accepted and is now available on the AMJ website:

Tina Dacin, Kamal. A. Munir, Paul Tracey (2010), "Formal Dining at Cambridge Colleges: Linking Ritual Performance and Institutional Maintenance" Academy of Management Journal, Vol 53, number 6, December 2010

'Boundary Object Use in Cross-Cultural Software Development Teams’

Michael Barrett and Eivor Oborn presented their paper 'Boundary Object Use in Cross-Cultural Software Development Teams' for discussion at the 2008 OTREG meeting, and the paper was accepted and published in Human Relations this year. They would both like to thank the OTREG community for their feedback and encouragement.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Text Me!

Nelson Phillips and Shaz Ansari presented a paper (along with reviews from Org Sci) called 'Text me' at an OTREG meeting last year. The paper has now been accepted to be published in Organization Science. Congratulations to Shaz and Nelson, and well done to the OTREG community for helping them tackle the reviews!

Please do let us know whenever you get your papers (that you presented at OTREG) in!

Next OTREG December 10 Cambridge

Dear All,

Thank you for coming to the OTREG meeting on October 7th. We had three highly interesting papers, all of which triggered wonderful discussions.

The next OTREG Meeting will be on December 10th (2-5pm) in Cambridge.Details to follow. Please let me know if you would like to present.

All best,kamal

Saturday, April 10, 2010

OTREG: April 23rd 2010, London

The next OTREG meeting will be held in London (Imperial B School) on April 23rd at 2pm. Presentations include:

1. Institutional Theory and Organizational Decision-Making:From Small Groups to Herds - Pamela S. Tolbert (Cornell University)

2. Understanding the Interplay of Institutional Logics and OrganizationalIdentity: The Case of Intel's Emergence as a Platform Leader - NelsonPhillips and Annabelle Gawer (Imperial)


Please let Donna Sutherland know asap if you plan to attend.



Sunday, March 7, 2010

February 25 Cambridge Meeting

On Feb 25, the OTREG met in Cambridge. Presenters included myself (along with my co-authors, Matthew, Wanda and Jochen), Henri Schildt and Frank Wijen. Royston and Tina joined from across the pond, along with around 30 regulars from around Europe and UK. I am attaching some pictures.