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Organizational Heterogeneity: A Source of Innovation and Conflict or Simply the Status Quo?

Wednesday, July 16, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: 423
RC17 Sociology of Organization (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Cristina BESIO, Technical University of Berlin, Germany, Uli MEYER, Technical University of Berlin, Germany and Kathia SERRANO-VELARDE, Heidelberg University, Germany
To Serve and Survey: Lawyers and Auditors' Efforts To Reconcile Professional Commitments, Client Demands and Regulatory Requirements For Anti-Money Laundering (Oral Presentation)
Karin SVEDBERG HELGESSON, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden; Ebba SJÖGREN, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden

How Can Decision-Makers Cope with the Heterogeneity of Values in Public Innovations (Oral Presentation)
Rolf RŘNNING, Lillehammer University College, Norway; Lars FUGLSANG, Lillehammer University college, Norway

Transforming the Sncf – French State-Owned Company : From Historical Unilateral Model to Multipartite Enterprise (Oral Presentation)
Dominique ANDOLFATTO, Université de Bourgogne, France; Marnix DRESSEN, Université Versailles, France; Jean FINEZ, University of Lille 1, CLERSE-CNRS, France

Postmodern Organization and Service Delivery: An Empirical Exploration of Structural Transformation in the Nigerian Banking Industry (Distributed Paper)
Frederick AHMADU, Covenant University, Nigeria; Ifeanyi ONYEONORU, University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria, Nigeria; Oluremi ABIMBOLA, Covenant University, Nigeria

Between Project Enthusiasm and Routine Demands: Conflicting Logics and Unintended Consequences of e-Health Innovation and Diffusion (Distributed Paper)
Hege Kristin ANDREASSEN, University Hospital of North Norway, Norway; Lars Erik KJEKSHUS, University of Oslo, Norway; Aksel TJORA, NTNU, Norway