Dr Katariina Juusola Participates in the 33rd European Group for Organizational Studies Conference (EGOS)

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Dr Katariina Juusola, Assistant Professor of Business Administration at BUiD, participated in the annual EGOS conference on July 6-8, 2017 that took place at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. The conference theme focused on the ideas and debates over what defines a ‘good organisation’. While good organisations are often depicted as synonymous to the efficiency of an organisation, efficiency alone does not guarantee that an organization is acting as a force for the greater good, whether public or private.

Dr. Katariina presented her paper at the conference that focuses on the historical expansion of management in Business schools through the introduction of managerialism and how this development has changed the ethos, purpose and practices of B-schools as well as the life of academics as the underlying constructions of organizational effectiveness and efficiency have changed. The paper discussed the role and limitations of managerialism as the management ideology not only in Business schools but also in serving the needs of knowledge economies.

EGOS (The European Group for Organizational Studies) is 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 (www.egosnet.org).


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