Case, IB, ENT, OB, OT, SR, STR
Saturday June 13th, 11:00am
Johanna Mair is a Professor of Organization, Strategy and Leadership at the Hertie School in Berlin. Her research focuses on the nexus of organizations, institutions and societal challenges. Her focus in recent work is on mechanisms that enable organizations to transform social systems and make progress on social problems. She is the academic editor of Stanford Social Innovation Review and co-directs the Global Innovation for Impact Lab at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society. She has co-directed the Social Innovation + Change Initiative at the Harvard Kennedy School, has served on the faculty at IESE Business School, and has held a visiting position at the Harvard Business School and INSEAD. Her book Innovation and Scaling – How effective Social Entrepreneurs create Impact (Stanford University Press, 2017 co-authored with Christian Seelos) has won the 2017 Terry McAdam Award at ARVOVA and the 2018 ONE Outstanding Book Award at the Academy of Management Meeting. Her research has appeared in the Academy of Management Journal, Organization Studies, Academy of Management Discoveries, Academy of Management Perspectives, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Business Ethics, Research in Organizational Behavior, Research in the Sociology of Organizations and other journals, and has appeared in the Financial Times, Nature Human Behavior and Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Saturday June 13th, 12:30pm
Sergio Wanderley is an assistant professor at the graduate management program at Unigranrio, Rio de Janeiro-Brazil. PhD and master’s in management at Ebape-FGV. Bachelor in economics at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Sergio main publications appear at Organization, Management Learning, Critical Perspectives on International Business, Management & Organizational History, Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, and Brazilian journals Cadernos Ebape, RAP-Revista de Administração Pública and RAE-Revista de Administração de Empresas. Sergio is a track leader in Management & Organizational History at EnAnpad (Brazilian main management conference). His main research topics are the history of management learning and education and onto-epistemological approaches in organization studies.
Sergio has previously pursued an extensive executive career in soft commodities business and has served as country manager in Brazil for a British multinational company.
Saturday June 13th, 3:30pm
Srini received his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India. Subsequent to his MBA from the Indian Institute of Management at Ahmedabad, India, he worked with Deutsche Bank AG and ANZ Grindlays Bank plc. as a foreign exchange and money market trader. He was responsible for managing the banks’ bond portfolios and foreign exchange exposure and providing risk management advice to corporate clients. He obtained his Ph.D. in Finance from Tulane University in New Orleans.
His primary research interests are corporate finance and investments/capital markets. His research papers have been published in leading finance and accounting journals and presented at major conferences and universities, in the US and abroad. His research has been featured in major newspapers such as the LA Times and Barron’s (lead article). Along with Richard Warr, he has been appointed editor of the Financial Review.
Monday June 15th, 3:30pm
Dr. Brown has taught at Memorial University, the University of Toronto and University of Ulster. At the Memorial University, he has also served as the Associate Dean (Research) and the Director of the Master of Employment Relations program. Much of his research examines issues concerning goal setting and training effectiveness, with special focus on management and leadership development. Dr. Brown has been appointed to the provincial roster of arbitrators. Dr. Brown has authored over 30 peer-reviewed journal articles, a textbook and over 70 conference presentations. He has also been the sole investigator on two national, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) grants. Dr. Brown teaches Human Resource Management, Industrial and Labour relations, Managerial and Leadership Skills, Organizational Theory and other relevant courses.