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02/12/2021  
Ann Langley, will be the guest of honor at the 3rd RIPCO Research Day
Professor Langley will deliver a keynote speech on conceptual and methodological avenues for research in times of disruption. Ann's speech will focus on the challenges and opportunities that the pandemic would have posed for researchers in organizational behavior, with particular emphasis on the relevance of process theories and methodologies. Ann Langley is Professor Emeritus at HEC Montréal. Until August 31, 2020, she was a full professor at HEC Montréal and held the Chair in Strategic Management in a Pluralistic Environment. She completed her PhD at HEC Montréal in 1987 after undergraduate and graduate training in the UK and several years of work in the private and public sectors as an analyst and consultant. She is the author of thirteen books and over eighty articles. Her research focuses on strategic management processes and practices, with a particular emphasis on change, decision making, leadership and innovation in pluralistic contexts. She has a particular interest in qualitative research methods. Ann Langley is currently co-editor of the journal Strategic Organization. She is also co-editor with Haridimos Tsoukas of the Perspectives on Process Organization Studies volume series, published by Oxford University Press.
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19/11/2021  
Call for contributions - RIPCO Special Issue: From telework to hybridity: a new way of thinking about our organizations?
All around the world, the Covid-19 health crisis has forced companies to reorganize work abruptly, quickly and deeply, and telework has become a systematic work modality for many employees in a few days. This increase in telework is likely to continue. Indeed, if telework is a suitable answer to confinement and crisis situations, it also answers other demands of our society, such as the will to reduce real estate costs for companies, the ecological and economical wish to reduce travels, or the expectations of employees in terms of life balance and autonomy. This evolution is underway, but it is not without profoundly changing the way we work, both individually and collectively. This special issue aims at answering the different empirical and theoretical questions that arise around the capacity of organizations to function in a fluid and efficient way, as well as around the question of the efficiency of work collectives or that of a management of hybridity. The first axis is to study the impact of this profound change in terms of health at work, articulation between personal and professional life, maintaining the link to the organization, team functioning and performance and productivity at work. A second axis focuses on the exercise of leadership and management practices adapted to remote work, often associated with management by, but which it is essential to characterize more finely. Finally, a third axis aims at better understanding how telework activity is carried out.
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18/11/2021  
RIPCO launches its third Research Day
On June 17, 2022, RIPCO is organizing its 3rd research day in hybrid mode. The theme of the day concerns health behaviors, the health of individuals and organizations. However, as every year, all papers concerning organizational behaviors are welcome. Proposals must be submitted by email only, to the following address: soumission_jr2022@ripco-online.com, no later than April 25, 2022, for a return from the scientific committee scheduled for May 13, 2022. The choice of the theme can be related to the covid pandemic, which puts health at the center of the concerns of actors and organizations. More generally, it aims to promote exchanges between researchers on various research topics, such as occupational health, prosocial behaviors, "healthy" organizations, management of health institutions, remote work, organizational resilience, and health data management. The research agenda of this 3rd day is therefore wide open and will question the way in which the scientific field of organizational behavior has integrated health issues. As such, a whole range of organizational behaviors are likely to be revisited or explored.
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03/11/2021  
David GIAUQUE joins our editorial team
David Giauque is Professor of Human Resources Management and Public Management at the Graduate Institute of Public Administration of the University of Lausanne (Switzerland). He was previously Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Lausanne, as well as Director of the Institute of Political Studies. His teaching and research work focuses on contemporary issues related to the challenges of human resources management and public management faced by public organizations. In particular, he and his team conduct research on the impacts of the New Ways of Working on the performance and well-being of public employees. He is also interested in the effects of forced telework, in connection with the Covid-19 health crisis, on employees. In addition, he is conducting research on the organizational resilience of justice institutions (police, prisons, courts) in times of organizational crisis. He is also investigating the use of so-called 'high performance' HRM practices in Swiss municipalities. Finally, he is interested in the work of 'street-level bureaucrats', their constraints, their adaptation strategies and their resistance to 'ordinary politicization'. Another long-standing research interest is public service motivation, a specificity of public HRM. He is the author and co-author of numerous books and scientific articles on the different topics mentioned above and has received scientific awards and prizes for several of his scientific productions.
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21/10/2021  
CALL FOR PAPERS - RIPCO special issue on Spaces and Organisation Behaviour
Studies on the relationships between spaces and organisational behaviour have recently become richer, considering, for example, materiality, identity, aesthetics, control, reciprocal constitution - up to what is called a turn towards spatiality. However, today, on the one hand, spaces, places and borders are being drastically redefined (e.g. with flex-office, aesthetisation, third places, migrations, multiple reterritorialisations) and on the other hand, the theorisations of organisational space are convening new authors and new concepts (e.g. spacing, throwntogetherness, dispositif, geophilosophy...). In this special issue we propose to follow Beyes & Holt's (2020) invitation to take space seriously and to think spatially: to recognise that all organisations and actors are emplaced or desire a place, that innumerable boundaries are formed and contested, that territories are traversed by atmospheres and affects; and to welcome research and reflections inspired by and addressing this new spatial condition of organisations. Hence this issue calls for all forms of contributions that seek to better understand the links between new spatial organisations and organisational behaviour and to reflect on the new issues, imaginaries, devices, boundaries, subjectivities and controls that are taking shape and reforming the life of and in organisations.
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Special issue : Vol. XXVIII, Issue CFP_SI_OBS (2022)
Positive Organizational Scholarship: Between Tradition and Innovation
 Equipe éditoriale Ripco
This special issue is devoted to positive organizational behavior scholarship (POS). The proposed papers can be situated at the different traditional levels of analysis of the field of organizational behavior: individuals, groups, organizations, as well as in the links within and between these different levels. The submission of theoretical and empirical papers is acceptable. Given the diverse nat ...
 
Special issue : Vol. XVIII, Issue CFP_SI_SPACEOB (2022)
Spaces and Organisation Behaviour: new organisations, new theorisations
 Olivier, Germain ; Judith, Igelsböck ; Daniel, Melo Ribeiro ; Jean-Luc, Moriceau
Studies on the relationships between spaces and organisational behaviour have recently become richer, considering, for example, materiality, identity, aesthetics, control, reciprocal constitution – up to what is called a turn towards spatiality. However, today, on the one hand, spaces, places and borders are being drastically redefined (e.g. with flex-office, aesthetisation, third places, migratio ...
 
Special issue : Vol. XXVIII, Issue CFP_SI_TELETRAVAIL (2022)
From telework to hybridity: a new way of thinking about our organizations?
 Emmanuel, Abord de Chatillon ; Denis, Chênevert ; Nathalie, Delobbe ; David, Giauque ; Emilie, Vayre
All around the world, the Covid-19 health crisis has forced companies to reorganize work abruptly, quickly and deeply, and telework has become a systematic work modality for many employees in a few days. This increase in telework is likely to continue. Indeed, if telework is a suitable answer to confinement and crisis situations, it also answers other demands of our society, such as the will to re ...
 
 
 
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Special issue : Vol. XXVIII, issue CFP_SI_OB_Trends (2022)
Emerging Trends in OB Research
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This special issue, containing the best contributions from the 2019 RIPCO Research Day (but also open to other free proposals), will focus on emerging trends in organizational behavior research. Contributions on Neuroscience and Organizational Behavi...
 
 
 
   
 
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