Annika Skoglund keynote speaker at CiTC Antwerp seminar
Annika Skoglund is one of the keynote speakers at Child in the City International Seminar. She is an Associate Professor at Uppsala University, Sweden and The University of Exeter, UK. Her main area is new organisational forms, with focus on how these arise and affect businesses, technological paths and the human.
Vacancies: 3 PhD positions in industrial engineering & management
3 PhD positions in industrial engineering & management with focus on:
- innovation & innovation processes,
- organization & management of projects
- technology-based entrepreneurship
at the Division of Industrial Engineering&Management, Department of Engineering Sciences, Ångström Laboratory. Starting date is autumn 2018.
Premiär för forskningsfilm om alternativt entreprenörskap
16 maj är det premiärvisning för en videoetnografisk dokumentär om alternativt entreprenörskap i Ungern. Efter visningen kommer filmen diskuteras med publiken och en inbjuden panel
February 14:th, 2018, 09:00 - 12:00
MILI student becomes the student of the year at UU
Navel-gazing workshop: Problematizing critical scholarship
Welcome to the third navel-gazing workshop arranged by the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management and the Department of Business Studies at Uppsala University. This workshop addresses the current status of critical theories and their effects. There exist many different ways of applying and advancing critical theory, where it sometimes is unclear whereto such research endeavours lead. The purpose is thus to problematize critical scholarship to further explore the possibilities to go beyond it. We will first discuss the genealogy of critique and the general claim that we live in depoliticized times in the post-political condition. We will thereafter interrogate critical perspectives in relation to entrepreneurship, sustainability and activism. Those participants who wish so can also contribute to the discussions with their own perspective on critical research, be it within critical management and organisation studies or some other field.
Mats Börjesson, Professor at Department of Child and Youth studies, Stockholm University, will give his view of the broad strokes of critical perspectives, with expertise in methods and social theory. Börjesson has published books in the perimeter of the topic, for example ‘Diskurser och konstruktioner - en slags metodbok’, ‘Diskursanalys i praktiken’ (Börjesson & Palmblad) as well as the series ‘BeGreppbart’ (Börjesson & Rehn). Jenny Helin and Annika Skoglund will in discussion with Börjesson exemplify front-line methods that can take scholars beyond a mainstreaming of critical theory.
IndTek would like to congratulate Marcus Forsberg and Lukas Tådne to having received the award Stora FM-priset 2016!
Marcus and Lukas, who finished their studies at the Master program in industrial management and innovation during the spring semester of 2016, were awarded for their master thesis "The efficiency of material handling in health care - A case study of a children's oncology department".
Prejudice: Alternative Entrepreneurship Institutionalized – documentary premiereFriday, October 21,18:30 at Slottsbiografen, Uppsala. Free admission.
Persuasion. Alternative Entrepreneurship Executed
What form does entrepreneurship take when companies aim for social value creation?
Welcome to film screening at Slottsbiografen 5/10 18:30
Symposium Tokyo Tech - Uppsala University
We are delighted to meet our distinguished colleagues from Tokyo Tech joining the 3rd joint Symposium Tokyo Tech - Uppsala University 12-13 September. In co-operation with JSPS Stockholm. Breakout session Entrepreneurship and Innovation under way. Prof. Kurabayashi giving the first presentation.