Organization and Management Theory OMT

Organizing in Extreme Contexts - Brown Bag Session

  • 1.  Organizing in Extreme Contexts - Brown Bag Session

    Posted 6 days ago
    Edited by McKenzie Lloyd-Smith 4 days ago

    Do you have an early-stage extreme context research project that you would like to receive feedback on?

    Are you looking for co-authors to join your extreme context research team?

    Do you or will you have access to an extreme context and want to talk about potential research ideas?

    Are you looking for feedback on your data analysis, working model, or data collection plan?

    Or are you interested in hearing about (and providing feedback to) others doing any of the above?

    If yes, we invite you to the first Organizing in Extreme Contexts "Brown Bag" Session online on Thursday, April 15th, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM GMT

    This session is the first of what we hope will be several brown bag sessions offered by the Extreme Context Research community, providing new opportunities to meet, grow and learn together. The goal of this session is to provide researchers (or any level of seniority) who are engaged in early-stage projects with the opportunity to receive support, ideas, and feedback from our international community.

    To register you interest in attending, or to be considered for presenting, please register via:

    Note that to be considered for presentation, please register before February 26th at 08:00 AM GMT. Attendees may continue to register up until the date of the event.

    To ensure a lively conversation, those presenting will be invited to upload any supporting materials (pre-recordings, working papers, description of the context) by prior to the event.  More information regarding supporting materials will be shared with attendees who are invited to present. On the day, each presenter will have 25 minutes allocated to share their work and receive feedback from the group.

    Participation in the session is free, but space is limited to a maximum of four presentations. We are committed to representing a diversity of projects, stages, applicants and topics, so if your project is not selected this time, we may contact you in the future for another session.

    For more event information, see: 1st Extreme Context Research Brown Bag session (!!!)

    For more information on ECR, including other workshops, see:

    Organizers and contact information:
    Sophie Jané (Case Western Reserve University) (
    McKenzie Lloyd-Smith (Cass Business School) (
    Virginie Fernandez (University Cote de Azur) (

    McKenzie Lloyd-Smith
    Doctoral Student
    The Business School (formery Cass), City, University of London