Video methods have become an important means through which strategy and organization scholars generate meaningful theoretical conclusions. Especially strategy-as-practice scholars have openly embraced video technologies in their methodological repertoire.
Despite the growing interest in video methods, scholars still face a number of key challenges that might limit the possibilities for reaping the benefits of video technology in strategy and organization research. Such challenges span the entire research process, from the matching of sites, research questions, and research designs, to data collection, data analysis, and the reporting of results.
To help PhD students and early-career scholars find solutions to some of these challenges, Ila Bharatan and and Davide Nicolini will offer a symposium/workshop on “Advances in Video Methods of Organizational Research: An International Symposium and Peer Assistant Workshop” (read more).
The symposium/workshop will take place on March 19–20, 2019, at the University of Warwick in Coventry, UK. It includes keynote speeches by experts in video methods such as Jon Hindmarsh, Rick Iedema, Curtis LeBaron, Nick Llewellyn, and Philippe Sormani.
The deadline for applications is January 15, 2019. For further information on the application procedure and the content of the symposium/workshop, read more here.