Yasaman est PhD Candidate of homme, organizations et société à Grenoble Ecole de Management . Avec un accent particulier sur les domaines culturels , sa recherche explore l'organisation pour changements sociaux , et sa relation avec le temps , la matérialité et l'identité.
This dissertation aims to explore how and why change occurs, despite the tacit inertia in organizations and societies, and the stickiness of identities, norms and routines. It focuses on how actors organize and manage for change in complex environments, and explores the antecedents, process and consequences of such efforts. It aims to answer theoretical questions derived from puzzles in organizations, fields or societies that extant literature has not sufficiently acknowledged nor explained. It draws on, and contributes to, several theoretical domains, including history, identity, and materiality, which enable studying various aspects of organizing for, and organization of, change. In doing so, this dissertation highlights the role of materiality in instigating, manifesting and reacting to change, in concert with actions, objectives and identity changes. It also provides an understanding of change as a result of individuals’ felt need for reacting to the past or the status quo, and highlights how discursive and non-discursive means can enable using history as a means for enduring or temporary change initiatives.
Keywords: people; change; identity; history; materiality; creative industries
Seules les 10 dernières publications sont affichées
Leadership and Responsible Management - Licence - de 2020 à 2020
Research Methods for Managers - Master - de 2017 à 2018
Strategic Management - Master - de 2017 à 2017
Capstone Case in International Business - Licence - de 2019 à 2019