Work in progress

Work in progress

Papers presented at academic conferences, seminars, reviews.

  • Theme 1: International Growth and Value Creation

    Theme 1: International Growth and Value Creation

    2016

    • Dasi, Angels, Elter, Frank, Gooderham, Paul N. & Pedersen, Torben (2016). The Digital Transformation and Business-Model in-the-Making in Established MNCs. Advances in International Management Meeting, Bocconi, Milan October 28.
    • Du Rietz, Sabina (2016). Knowing corporate performance and demanding accountability: How investors generate knowledge when demanding corporate accountability in environmental, social and governance issues [4th review round for Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal].
    • Du Rietz, Sabina (2016). Accounting numbers, patterns of visibility and authority in accounts-based governance Presented at University of Gothenburg, School of Business Economics and Law September 23rd.
    • Du Rietz, Sabina (2016).Valuation in quarterly national accounts calculations. [Submitted to Accounting Organization and Society workshop ‘Valuation, Technology and Society’]
    • Gooderham, Paul N. (2016). Knowledge creation and diffusion: South-North and East-West perspectives. Academy of International Business (UK-I) Conference, Birkbekk University, London, April 7-9.
    • Gooderham, Paul N. (2016). The Long Journey Towards a multi-level analysis of the use of individual pay-for-performance systems. Invited speaker. Newcastle University Business School, UK, March 4.
    • Gooderham, Paul N. (2016) The Long Journey Towards a multi-level analysis of the use of individual pay-for-performance systems. Invited speaker. Norwich Business School, UEA, UK, October 26.
    • Pedersen, Torben, Dasi, Angels and Gooderham, Paul N. (2016). The alignment between organizational and individual drivers for knowledge sharing: A multilevel approach. Strategic Management Society Annual Conference, Berlin, September 17-20.

    2015

    • Dasi, A., Elter, F., Gooderham, P.N. and Hildrum, J. (In progress). How does the promotion of knowledge sharing work within and across MNC’s business units?
    • Du Rietz, S. Accountability as knowledgeable performance: a study of investors demanding accountability in environmental, social and governance issues [in review for Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal]. Presented at Interdisciplinary on Accounting, Stockholm Business School, July 2015.
    • Du Rietz, S. (2015). Competing technologies of governance: trade union responses to CSR. Presented in April at the department of Operations Management, Copenhagen Business School.
    • Du Rietz, S. (2015). Governing Corporate Social Responsibility: Swedish trade unions in encounter with CSR ideas. Presented at conference European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS) in Athens, July 2015.
    • Raff, Konrad (2015). Knighthoods, Damehoods and CEO Behaviour
    • Presented at the Northern Finance Association Annual Meeting at Lake Louise, Canada and at the IFABS 2015 Oxford Conference.
    • Zhang, M. and Gooderham, P.N. (2015). Trust and boundary spanners in cross-border management. Presented at Academy of Management 2015 Annual Meeting, August 7 - 11, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

    2014

    • Eckbo, B. Espen, Tanakorn Makaew and Karin S. Thorburn, (2014): “Are stock-financed takeovers opportunistic?” was presented at the Northern Finance Associations Annual meeting in Quebec (Canada), the European Finance Associations Annual meeting in Lausanne (Switzerland), the European Center for Corporate Control Studies workshop on Corporate Governance and Control, Lille (France) and the Utah Winter Finance conference, Salt Lake City (USA), as well as in faculty research seminars at Goethe University (Germany), Mannheim University (Germany), University of Amsterdam (Netherlands), University of Edinburgh (UK) and WHU (Germany).
    • Gooderham, P., Ulset, S., Elter, F. (2014): Innovating Business Models for Global Competition. Paper submitted to a special issue of Global Strategy Journal.
    • Gooderham, P., Zhang, M. and Jordahl, A. (2014): Developing social trust in IJVs: the characteristics of effective boundary spanners in western-Chinese IJVs. Presented at EIBA Conference, December 12-13, Uppsala University.
    • Dasi, A., Elter, F., Gooderham, P. and Hildrum, J. (2014): The importance of motivation, governance mechanisms and organizational culture for knowledge sharing within and across business units. Presented at EIBA Conference, December 12-13, Uppsala University.
    • Kisser, M. (2014): What explains the value premium? Working Paper. (http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2526686), presented at Norges Bank and the Norwegian School of Economics.
  • Theme 2: Leading Knowledge Workers

    Theme 2: Leading Knowledge Workers

    2016

    • Bjørge, Anne K., Sandvik, Alexander M. and Whittaker, Sunniva. (Under review).The recontextualisation of values in the multilingual workplace. Submitted to Corporate Communciations: An international journal.
    • Esser, Ingrid and Olsen, Karen M. (2016). «Matching av arbetspreferenser på jobbet, före och efter den ekonomiska krisen i ett europeiskt komparativt perspektiv», ESS User Workshop 2016, Stockholm Universitet, 12. mai 2016.
    • Esser, Ingrid and Olsen, Karen M. (2016). Matching Job Preferences and Job Qualities across Europe through Times of Crisis, presented at Work, Employment and Society Conference, “Work in Crisis”, Leeds, September, 6-8.
    • Jakubanecs, Alexander; Sandvik, Alexander M. and Hillestad, Tore (2016). Effects of competence and warmth dimensions of corporate culture on perceived customer orientation and operational efficiency. Presented at 25th annual Frontiers in Service Conference, June 23-26, Bergen, Norway.
    • Jesnes, Kristin og Nesheim, Torstein (2016). Arbeidets organisering i formidlingsøkonomien. Til vurdering i tidsskrift.
    • Ly, Annelise (2016). “International internal communication: a transdisciplinary approach”, Applied Linguistics and Professional Practices Conference, University of Copenhagen (3-5 november).
    • Ly, Annelise (2016). Making sense of cultural differences in the workplace: the case of Sino-Scandinavian collaboration. FIBE; 2016-01-06 - 2016-01-07.
    • Magang, Veronica; Nadin, Sara and Sverdrup, Therese E. (2016). Processes of Psychological Contract Formation During Organisational Socialisation. Presented at the EAWOP small group conference on Psycholgoical contracts in London, November.
    • Mæhle, Natalia (2016). Gamification: How Companies Can Use Games in their Business Strategy, presented at the 2016 International Conference on Business and Information, Nagoya, Japan, July 3-5.
    • Nadin, Sara and Sverdrup, Therese. E. (2016). A qualitative study of fulfilled psychological contracts in two small knowledge intensive firms. Planned submitted to International Journal of Human Resource Management.
    • Nesheim, Torstein (2016c). Utfordringer i flerdimensjonale strukturer. Bok-kapittel under arbeid.
    • Nesheim, Torstein; Olsen, Karen M. and Sandvik, Alexander, M. Under review in Employee relations. “Never work alone: Networking ability, Autonomy, and Work Performance in a Professional Service Firm (PSF)”.
    • Olsen, Karen M., Gooderham, Paul & Døving, Erik «Trender i Human Resource Management: 1995-2015» Kapittel 2, FOCUS-bok (kommer 2017).
    • Olsen, Karen M. and Sverdrup, Therese  E. (2016).“Turnover in a Professional Service Firm”, Wednesday seminar NHH, October, 19.
    • Olsen, Karen M; Sverdrup, Therese E. and Kalleberg, Arne. Turnover in a professional service firm (PSF). Planned submitted to Human Resource Management.
    • Sandvik, Alexander M. and Croucher, Richard (Under reivew) Negotiation and knowledge workers’ alignment with organizational goals in two Norwegian knowledge companies. European Journal of International Management.
    • Sandvik, Alexander M.; Selart Marcus; Schei, Vidar and Martinsen, Øyvind L. (Under review). Leadership behavior and work performance in a professional service firm: The mediating roles of self-leadership and creative climate. Journal of leadership and organizational studies.
    • Sandvik, Alexander. M.; Croucher, Richard; Espedal, Bjarne and Selart, Marcus (Draft) The relationship between Leadership and creative climate in a Norwegian professional services firm. Working paper.
    • Sverdrup, Therese E. and Nadin, Sara (2016). Exploring the transformation of functional departments to teams: A psychological contract perspective. Presented at the EAWOP small group conference on Psycholgoical contracts in London, November.
    • Tjølsen, Øystein, A.; Sverdrup, Therese E. and Schei, Vidar (2016). Entering chartered territory: Team charters facilitates team processes. Working paper.
    • Woll, Kristin; Sverdrup, Therese E. and Pedersen, Nina K. (2016). Tillit og kontroll: En studie av forholdet mellom ledelse og midlertidige ansatte i lys av et psykologisk kontraktsperspektiv. Working Paper.
    • Woll, K., Sverdrup, Therese E. and  Pedersen, Nina K. (2016). Friendship and recognition: a study of volunteer’s motivation in the experience industry. Working paper.

    2015

    • Bjørge, A. K., Sandvik, A. M. and Whittaker, S. (2015). Social identity in the linguistically and culturally diverse workplace: The impact of corporate values and language. (under peer review 2015).
    • Bjørge, A. K. and Whittaker, S.  (2015).Multilingual perspectives on professional discourse in Europe (Universiteit Gent, Belgium). Paper: 'Social and professional identity in the multilingual workplace: the knowledge worker perspective.'
    • Bjørge, A. K., Sandvik, A. M. and Whittaker, S.  (2015). Groupe d'etudes management et langage (Aalto University, Helsinki). Paper: 'Social identity in the linguistically and culturally diverse workplace: The impact of corporate values and language.'
    • Esser, I. and Olsen, K.M. (2015). “Matched Job Preferences across Europe in Times of Crisis” presented at workshop NHH, May 2015.
    • Fijalkowska, A.P., Hjartåker, K.S. & Nesheim, T. (2015). Lay off employees or terminate consultant contracts? Responses to an external shock in three firms in the Norwegian petroleum industry. Neon 2015, Trondheim.
    • Kavaliova, M., Virjee, F., Mæhle, N. and Kleppe, I. (2015). “Crowdsourcing Innovation and Product Development: Gamification as a Motivational Driver” (under review in Cogent Business & Management).
    • Ly, A.  (2015). Internal email communication in the workplace: is there an East-West divide?, paper accepted for publication in Intercultural Pragmatics and presented in "Multilingual perspectives on professional discourse in Europe" conference in Ghent, 10-11 September.
    • Ly, A. (2015). Making sense of cultural differences in the workplace: the case of Sino-Scandinavian collaboration. Paper submitted to an international peer-review journal in August.
    • Mæhle, N. (2015). Gamification: Driving Consumer Engagement and Participation in a Brand, presented at the European Marketing Academy Conference 2015 “Collaboration in Research” and published in the conference proceedings (p. 170).
    • Mæhle, N. (2015). Gamifying Consumer Experiences: An Explorative Study, presented at the Johan Arndt conference 2015.
    • Mæhle, N. (2015). Gamification in Marketing: How Games Help to Engage Consumers, presented at the Association for Consumer Research North American Conference 2015 “Advancing Connections” and will be published in the conference proceedings.
    • Nadin, S. & Sverdrup, T. E. (2015). A qualitative study of fulfilled psychological contracts in two small knowledge intensive firms. Paper presented at the Academy of Management conference, 5.-11. August, Vancouver, Canada.
    • Nesheim, T. (2015). Kampen om ressursene: Ledelsesutfordringer i en prosjektbasert matrise (med Mikkelson og Lindland)
    • Nesheim, T. (2015). Kampen mot sosial dumping: Inter-organisatorisk prosjekt som organisatorisk verktøy (med Frogner og Mjøs)
    • Nesheim, T. (2015). Team- og prosjektorganisering i to norske departementer (with Mydland)
    • Nesheim, T. (2015). Mechanisms for improving communities of practice: What community coordinators can do to promote knowledge sharing (with Haagensen and Helland)
    • Nesheim, T. (2015). Multiple foci of Commitment in a Professional Service Firm: Balancing Complex Employment Relations (with Olsen, Sverdrup and Kalleberg).
    • Nesheim, T. (2015). Erfaringer med fjernoperering i Statoil på norsk sokkel. Notat.
    • Nesheim, T., Olsen, K. M. and Sandvik, A. M. (2015). “Networking ability, Autonomy, and Work Performance in a Professional Service Firm (PSF)”. Working paper.
    • Olsen, K. M., Sverdrup, T. E., Nesheim, T. and Kalleberg, A.L. (2015). Multiple foci of Commitment in a Professional Service Firm: Balancing Complex Employment Relations 2. Resubmission to Human Resource Management Journal.
    • Olsen, K. M. (2015). Konsekvenser av midlertidighet, Paper presenteres Neon-konferanse, Trondheim, 27-28. november
    • Sandvik, A. M. and Croucher, R. (under review IJHRM) Intrinsic motivation and organizational goals in knowledge organizations: interactions and consequences.
    • Sandvik, A. M., Martinsen, Ø. L., Schei, V. and Selart M. (2015). Leadership style and work performance: The moderating roles of self-leadership and creative climate. Working paper
    • Sandvik, A. M., Martinsen, Ø. L., Schei, V. and Selart M. (2015). Leadership style and work performance: The moderating roles of self-leadership and creative climate. Working paper.
    • Sandvik, A. M., Martinsen, Ø. L., Schei, V. and Selart M. (2015). Two kinds of leadership: The role of self-leadership and creativity in leadership on work performance. EAWOP conference. Oslo.
    • Sverdrup, T. E. Oppfylte og brutte løfter på arbeidsplassen: Hvilken innvirkning har den psykologiske kontrakten på medarbeideres motivasjon? I Dysvik, A. og Kuvaas, B. (Red.), Motivasjon, motivasjonsteorier og prestasjonskulturer.Oslo: CappelenDamm (forthcoming).
    • Sverdrup, T. E. Når kontrakter blir psykologiske. I Skjelbred, T. A. (red), Perspektiver på PR. Bergen: Fagbokforlaget (forthcoming).
    • Sverdrup, T. E. (2015). Knowledge sharing or hiding in teams: A psychological contract perspective. Invited symposium at 17th Conference of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, 20.-23. May, Oslo, Norway.
    • Woll, K., Sverdrup, T. E., & Pedersen, N. K. (2015). Tillit og kontroll: En studie av forholdet mellom ledelse og midlertidige ansatte i lys av et psykologisk kontraktsperspektiv. Presenteres på Neon, 26.-27. Nov.
    • Woll, K., Sverdrup, T. E., & Pedersen, N. K. (2015). Friendship and recognition: a study of volunteer’s motivation in the experience industry. Working paper.

     

    2014

    • Bjørge, A-K., Whittaker, S. (2014): “Language management in a multinational workforce: the knowledge worker perspective”. Submitted to an international peer-reviewed journal end of 2014.
    • Bjørge, A.K., Whittaker, S. (2014): “Corporate values: a linguistic approach.” (Article under review with International journal of cross cultural management.). The project has also been presented at ELF6 (Rome, September 2013), at DICOENVII (Beijing, October 2013); and at the ELF-ReN symposium November 2013 (University of Southampton, invited speaker: Anne Kari Bjørge). The project has also been presented at ELF7 (Athens, September 2014).
    • Kalleberg, A.L., Nesheim, T., Olsen, K.M. (2014): “Job Quality in Triadic Employment Relations: Work Attitudes of Norwegian Temporary Help Agency Employees” resubmitted to Scandinavian Journal of Management.
    • Ly, A. (2014): “Cultural differences at the workplace: an excuse for poor communication?.” presented at the conference ”Intercultural communication between China and the rest of the world: Beyond (Reverse) Essentialism and Culturalism?” University of Helsinki, June.
    • Ly, A. (2014): ”Reflections on role enactment as a method to generate data in the workplace.” presented at the conference ”The Ins and the Outs of Professional discourse research”, University of Modena, March. Also submitted as book chapter for palgrave McMillan.
    • Mæhle, N. (2014): “Finding New Ways to Motivate Knowledge Workers: Why Gamification Can Be a Solution” paper presented at the 7th Annual Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business and published in the conference proceedings (pp. 1847-1849).
    • Olsen, KM., Sverdrup, T., Nesheim, T. and Kalleberg, A.L. (2014): “Multiple foci of Commitment in a Professional Service Firm: Balancing Complex Employment Relations” revise and resubmit in Human Resource Management Journal.
    • Olsen, K.M. (2014): “The Power of Workers. Knowledge Work and the Power Balance in Scandinavian Countries” under review in Employee Relations.
    • Sandvik, A. M., Espedal, B. and Selart, M. (2014): Leadership Drivers of Organizational Creativity: A Path Model of Creative Climate in the Professional Service Firm, Paper submitted to Scandinavian Journal of Business Research
    • Sandvik, A. M., Schei, V., Selart, M. and Martinsen Ø. Y.  (2014): Mediating and moderating roles of self-leadership and creative climate in the relationship between leadership styles and work performance. Accepted for presentation at the European Work and Organizational Psychology May 2015.
    • Nesheim, T., Olsen, K. M. and Sandvik, A. M. (2014): Skills and Work Performance in a Professional Service Firm (PSF). Working paper.
    • Sandvik, A. M., Gooderham, P., Siri Terjesen and Espedal, B. (2014): Who refuse creativity the most? Norwegian or American business students. Submitted to Magma.
    • Sverdrup, T. & Nadin, S. (2014): “A qualitative study of functional psychological contracts in two small knowledge intensive firms”. Paper presented at The biannual psychological contract conference in Toronto, Canada.
  • Theme 3: Dynamic Approaches to Management Control

    Theme 3: Dynamic Approaches to Management Control

    2016

    • Ax, Christian; Bedford, David; Bednarek, Pjotr; Brühl, Rolf; Dergård, Johan;  Ditillo, Angelo; Dossi, Andrea; Gosselin, Maurice; Greve, Jan; Hoozee, Sophie; Israelsen, Poul; Janschek, Otto; Johanson, Daniel; Johansson, Tobias; Madsen, Dag Ø.; Rohde, Carsten; Sandelin, Malmi; Strömsten, Torkel; Toldbod, Thomas; Malmi, Teemu; Willert, Jeanette (2016).“The impact of society on management control systems”. In review, Scandinavian Journal of Management.
    • Bedford, David, Bednarek, Pjotr, Dossi, Andrea, Ditillo, Angelo, Gosselin, Maurcie, Johanson, Daniel, Madsen, Dag Ø. (2016). “The impact of participation in strategic planning and action planning on management control effectiveness: An analysis of independent and joint effects”.
    • Paper presented by Daniel Johanson at the Manufacturing Accounting Research (MAR) Conference in Lisboa, June 15-17.
    • Bourmistrov, Anatoli; Helle, Grete og Katarina Kaarbøe (2016). Kreativ tenkning eller intelligent maskin? – bruk av scenarios i ulike bransjer i Norge, In process  Praktisk økonomi og finans.
    • Bjørnenak, Trond; Kaarbøe Katarina og Meidell, Anita (2016). Lærdommer mot en mer dynamisk virksomhetsstyring. Bokkapitel i FOKUS prosjektets bok
    • Johanson, Daniel and Madsen, Dag Ø. (2017). FOCUS – bok om ”Fremtidens foretaksløsninger ”Kapittel 7, ”Balansert målstyring – et dynamisk styringsverktøy? Utviklingen i praksis og fremtidig potensiale”.
    • Kaarbøe, Katarina (forthcoming). Kollisjoner mellom ulike normer og verdier, book chapter in process.
    • Meidell, Anita and Kaarbøe, Katarina (2016). Institutional work and embedded agency: the institutionalization of Enterprise Risk Management in a large, global, oil and gas company (Sent as a book chapter to editors M.Woods and P. Linsley for a book on Accounting and Risk that will be published at Routledge in 2016, awaits final acceptance).
    • Meidell, Anita (2016). A review and discussion on the institutionalization of Enterprise Risk Management in organizations: Achievements and future directions (Paper sent to the EEA conference).

    2015

    • Bourmistrov, A. and Kaarbøe, K. (2015). Tensions in Attention: Use of Information from budgets and balanced scorecard in handling the crisis in a Telecom Company, presented at Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference, 8-10 July Stockholm.
    • Gooderham, P. N. (2015). “HRM: What do we know?” at The Professionalization of Human Resource Management Conference. January 30th 2015, Middlesex University London.
    • Golyagina, A. and Valuckas, D. (2015). Critical Presentation of Management Accounting Techniques in Textbooks, under review in «Accounting Education: an international journal».
    • Golyagina, A. (2015). Importing Certified Management Accountant Certification to a post-communist state: a case of Russia. Paper presented at the research seminar of RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Paper presented at the «Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting» conference in Stockholm, Sweden. Paper presented at the 7th Research School Conference organized by NFB in Trondheim, Norway.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (2015). Accounting logics as a challenge for ERP system implementation: A field study of SAP. (in review), presented at the 30h Interdisciplinary Perspectives of Accounting Conference, Stockholm, SNF/NHH Beyond Budgeting workshop, Free University Berlin.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (2015). Accounting logics as a challenge for ERP system implementation: A field study of SAP. (in review), presented at the 30h Interdisciplinary Perspectives of Accounting Conference, Stockholm Business School, SNF/NHH Beyond Budgeting workshop, University of St. Gallen, Free University Berlin.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (2015). Occupational identities of management accountants: The role of the IT system (in review), presented at MUSICA Meeting Stockholm, 2015.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (2015). Comparing professions in UK and German-speaking management accounting (in review).
    • Heinzelmann, R. (2015). Making up performance – the construction of “performance” in venture capital firms’ portfolios (in review), presented at the Actor-Reality Perspective Conference, ESCP Paris.
    • Kaarbøe, K. Kollisjoner mellom ulike normer og verdier, Verdibevisst ledelse, CappelanDamm Akadmiske forlag. (forthcoming)
    • Johanson, D. & Madsen (2015). “Customer accounting in the Norwegian hotel industry”. (forthcoming)
    • Johanson, B. D. (2015). Data collection in process. A survey is being sent out to a large sample of Norwegian companies. Purpose is to describe and explain budgeting practices in larger Norwegian companies.
    • Meidell, A. and Kaarbøe, K. (2015). How experts influence decision-making in the organization – a field study of Enterprise Risk Management function in large, global oil and gas company. Presented at the European Risk Conference, Naples 2014; Scancor Monday seminar, 2014; Beyond Budgeting workshop, 2015. Revised and re-submitted to BAR (British Journal of Accounting Review) in September.
    • Meidell, A. and Kaarbøe, K. (forthcoming). The institutionalization of Enterprise Risk Management in a large, global oil and gas company. Book on Accounting and Risk, publisher Routledge.
    • Olsen, K. S., Solum, V. og Johanson, B. D. (2015). «Beyond Budgeting og ledelsesfokus i Coloplast: Hvilken sammenheng har styringsmodellen Beyond Budgeting og ledelse?». (paper to be submitted to Beta or Magma. Written together with graduated master students in the FOCUS program)
    • Valuckas, D. (2015). Exploring budgetary control change initiative in a bank. Presented at NFB Research School Conference, August 25-26, Trondheim. Presented also in faculty research seminars at Monash University (Australia) and University of Technology Sydney (Australia).

    2014

    • Bedford, D., Bednarek, P., Ditillo, A., Dossi, A., Gosselin, M., Johanson, D., Madsen, D, “Combining participation in strategic planning and budgeting: interaction and effectiveness“, to be submitted in early 2015.
    • Bourmistrov, A. and Kaarbøe, K. (2014): “From “comfort” to “stretch” zones: A field study of two MNCs applying “Beyond Budgeting” ideas”, Presentation for the Board in relation to the award from the Economic Research Fund (Northern-Norway), June, Bodø.
    • Brooks, M., Croucher, R. Fenton-O`Creevy, M. and Gooderham, P. “The Deployment of Strategic Individualized Compensation Systems: A Multi-level Cross-National Approach”, Journal of Management. Re-submitted.
    • Golyagina, A., and Valuckas, D. (2014): Does It Matter Which Textbooks To Use?, presented at the 37th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association, Tallinn, Estonia.
    • Golyagina, A (2014): Importing Certified Management Account certification to Russia, presented at 7th workshop of the European Network for Research on Organizational and Accounting Change (ENROAC), Siena Italy.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (2014): Accounting logics as a challenge for ERP system implementation: A field study of SAP 2nd round in Management Accounting Research.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (2014): Diverging Systems of Professions in Management Accounting. Paper presented at the Critical Perspective of Accounting Conference, Toronto, 2014, under review for Accounting in Europe.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (2014): Occupational identities of management accounts: The role of the IT system, under review for Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal.
    • Heinzelmann, R. (2014): Beyond Budgeting and Enterprise Resource Planning Systems integration, under review in BETA Scandinavian Journal of Business Research, Special issue on innovation in business models and management control systems.
    • Kaarbøe, K. (2014): Guest editor on BETA special issues: Innovation in business models and management control systems.
    • Meidell, A. and K. Kaarbøe (2014): “How experts influence decision-making in the organization – a field study of enterprise risk management function in a non-financial company. Presented at the European Risk Conference, Naples 4th-5th September, Presented at Scancor Monday seminar, March 3, and submitted to BAR (British Journal of Accounting Research) in December.
  • Theme 4: Developing Capacity for Change

    Theme 4: Developing Capacity for Change

    2016

    • Basker, Inger N.; Sverdrup, Therese E. and Schei, Vidar. Short Term Pain, Long Term Gain? Leader Behaviour and Small Firm Performance. Under review in International Journal of Human Resource Management.
    • Drozdova, Natalia  and Kleppe, Ingeborg A. (2016). “Reward-Based Crowdfunding: The Roles of Funders.” Paper presented at the Annual North American Association for consumer Research Conference, Berlin. October 27-30.
    • Drozdova, Natalia and Kleppe, Ingeborg A. (2016). Fluidity of funders’ identity in the context of reward-based crowdfunding.Applying Self-categorization theory to the exploratory case of Oculus Rift” Poster presented at “Digital Consumption Symposium” at Cass Business School, London University, October 21.
    • Grogaard, Birgitte; Colman, Helene L. and Stensaker, Inger G. (2016). The Journey to Become a Transnational: A Case Study of the Forgotten Strategy. Presented at Strategic Management Society, September.
    • Johansen, Svein Tvedt and Espedal, Bjarne (2016). Situations, Trust and Culture: A Functional Take. Paper presented at First International Workshop on Trust Within and Between Organizations, FINT 2016, Dublin.
    • Nesse, Synnøve (2016). To Gain Control – Let Go: Heterachical Leadership During an Organizational Crisis. Paper akseptert for presentasjon under Academy of Management Meeting, Anaheim 7.-9. August. DOI blir tilgjengelig I juli, paper er tilgjengelig fra forfatter.
    • Nesse, Synnøve (2016). The Emergence and Dynamics of Collective Leadership During an Organizational Crisis. Paper akseptert for presentasjon under Academy of Management Meeting, Anaheim 7.-9. August. DOI blir tilgjengelig I juli, paper er tilgjenglig fra forfatter.
    • Nesse, Synnøve (2016). Leadership “On the Fly” in Strategic Crisis Management Teams: A Quasi-Experimental Study. Paper akseptert for presentasjon under Academy of Management Meeting, Anaheim 7.-9. August. DOI blir tilgjengelig I juli, paper er tilgjenglig fra forfatter.
    • Stensaker, Inger G. og Sverdrup, Therese E. (forthcoming 2017). Endring og omstilling. I Einarsen, S. & Skogstad, A. Organisasjonspsykologi. Oslo: Gyldendal.
    • Stensaker, Inger G.; Colman, Helene L. and Elter, Frank (2016). From Local Autonomy Towards Global Integration: An Identity Perspective on MNE Strategic Change. Presented at Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, August.
    • Stensaker, Inger G. (2016). What is New in Research, Teaching and Consulting about Managing Major Organizational Change, Organizational Development and Design? PDW. Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, USA.
    • Stensaker, Inger G., Sverdrup, Therese and Schei, Vidar (forthcoming 2017). Endringsledesle i 3D: Vi tror det ikke før vi får se det! In FOCUS book.

    2015

    • Espedal, B. (2016). Leading organizational change (under review in European Management Review).
    • Nesse, S. (2015). The Emergence and Dynamics of Collective Crisis Leadership. Presentasjon på NEON akseptert, samt foreløpig aksept for paper i Spesialnummer for norsk Statsvitenskapelig tidsskrift. “Samfunnssikkerhet, krisehåndtering og terrorbekjempelse: Styringskapasitet og styringslegitimitet». Trondheim, november.
    • Rydland, M. (2015). "The contemporary middle manager - one size does not fit all". conference paper. Academy of management 2015. Presented at AOM Vancouver August 2015.
    • Rydland, M. (2015). "The contemporary middle manager - one size does not fit all". conference paper. Innovation Research School, Trondheim May 2015.
    • Stensaker, I. G. Continuous Change. PDW, Academy of Management Conferences, Vancouver, Canada.
    • Stensaker, I. G. Mapping Current Insights on Strategy Implementation. Strategic Management Society Conference, Denver, USA.
    • Stensaker, I. G. & Sverdrup, T. E. Endring og omstilling. I Einarsen, S. & Skogstad, A. Organisasjonspsykologi. Oslo: Gyldendal (forthcoming).
    • Stensaker, I. G. Emerging Debates in Organizational Change: Engagement, Energy and Emotion. Panel symposium, Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
    • Sverdrup, T. E. & Stensaker, I. G. Restoring trust and renegotiating psychological contracts in the context of strategic change. In preparation for submission to Journal of Management Studies.

    2014

    • Colman, H.L., Grogaard, B. & Stensaker, I.G. (2014): How Identity Influences Strategic Change. Paper presented at Academy of Management Symposium on Identity and Strategy, Philadelphia, USA.
    • Colman, H.L., Grogaard, B. & Stensaker, I.G. (2014): Subsidiary Identity Construction: Negotiating Boundaries, Securing Distinctiveness and Managing Relationships. In preparation for submission.
    • Rydland, M. & Stensaker, I.G. (2014): How Middle Managers Develop Capacity for Multiple Change by «Hooking» Up with Internal Stakeholders. Paper presented at Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, USA.
    • Stensaker, I. (2014): Restoring Trust in Top Management after Controversial Change. Professional Development Workshop on Post-Merger Integration at Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, USA.
    • Stensaker, I., Sverdrup, T., Gooderham, P., Haueng, A.C., Elter, F. (2014). Collaborative Research Projects: Research on Organizational Change Through Scholar Practitioner Partnerships. Professional Development Workshop at Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, USA.
    • Stensaker, I., Balogun, J & Langley, A. (2014):  Identity Work Space and Organizational Change, R&R for Organization Studies.
    • Stensaker, I., Colman, H.L., & Grogaard, B. (2014): The Role of Interactional Justice in a Merger of Equals. In preparation for submission.
    • Sverdrup, T. & Stensaker, I.G. (2014): Restoring Trust and Renegotiating Psychological Contracts in the Context of Strategic Change. Paper presented at Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, USA.