European Group for Organisational Studies Colloquium (EGOS)*

European Group for Organisational Studies Colloquium (EGOS)*

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The European Group for Organisational Studies Colloquium (EGOS) is the annual colloquium of the European Group for Organisational Studies – a scholarly association which aims to further the theoretical and/or empirical advancement of knowledge about organizations, organizing and the contexts in which organizations operate.

Knowledge Management relevant past sub-themes

2017

  • Sub-theme 42: Anticipation: Models, Technology and Knowledge in the Making of Organizational Futures
  • Sub-theme 68: Dynamics of Practices, Knowledge and Work in Healthcare Organizations

2016

  • Sub-theme 41: Innovating across Boundaries: Practices of Interorganizational Collaboration
  • Sub-theme 43: Projects, Knowledge and Time
  • Sub-theme 63: Digital transformations: Technology, Organization and Governance in the Algorithmic Age

2015
Sub-theme 35: Innovation, Knowledge Integration and Path Dependence: Towards More Reflective Practices
Sub-theme 67: Learning Networks, Innovation and Educational Institutions

2014
Sub-theme 07: (SWG) Visualizing Institutions and Knowledge
Sub-theme 14: (SWG) Organizational Network Research: Organization and Renewal of Organizational Networks
Sub-theme 42: Innovation in Organizations

2013
Sub-theme 03: (SWG) Professional Service Organizations and Knowledge-Intensive Work
Sub-theme 12: (SWG) Processes of Organizational Creativity: Collective Entrepreneurship, Co-Creation and Collaborative Innovation
Sub-theme 14: (SWG) Organizational Network Research: Bridging and Bridges in Organizational Networks
Sub-theme 34: Inter-organizational Collaboration and Networks
Sub-theme 37: Strategic Learning in Practice: Understanding the Complexity of Organizational Learning

2012
Sub-theme 03: (SWG) Professional Service Organizations and Knowledge-Intensive Work
Sub-theme 40: Building on the Work of Max Boisot: The Knowledge-based Study of Complex Organizations and Systems
Sub-theme 56: Practices of Inter-Organizational Collaboration: Designed or Emerging?

2011
Sub-theme 10: Other Sides of Knowledge Work
Sub-theme 18: Pragmatism, Organizing, and Learning
Sub-theme 36: Creative Selves: Organizing Work in Knowledge Capitalism
Sub-theme 42: Managing without Managers in Complex Knowledge-based Organizations
Sub-theme 51: Organizational Networks in Flux

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