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RRBM webinar: Reflexive Methodology

  • 1.  RRBM webinar: Reflexive Methodology

    Posted 01-20-2021 00:18
    RRBM webinar: Reflexive Methodology

    How can a researcher consider and reconsider assumptions, language, frameworks and inclinations to order and fix the world one is studying? Reflexivity can be a ritual, a source of narcissism but also a research orientation that allows for the breaking out of the community and theoretical cages and thus avoiding intellectual traps and becoming more creative in management studies.

    Speaker: Professor Mats Alvesson (Lund University)

    Time: Wednesday, 27th of January at 9am (U.S. Eastern) / 3pm (Central European Time) / 8.30pm (New Delhi). This webinar is scheduled for 90 minutes with plenty of opportunity for Q&A.

    RegistrationPlease register here to receive personalized Zoom link and a reminder for this event.

    Recommended reading: Alvesson, M & Sköldberg, K (2018) Reflexive Methodology: New Vistas for Qualitative Research. London: Sage

    About the speaker

    Mats Alvesson is Professor of Business Administration at the University of Lund, Sweden, at University of Queensland Business School, Australia and at Cass Business School, London. Research interests include critical theory, gender, power, management of professional service (knowledge intensive) organizations, leadership, identity, organizational image, organizational culture and symbolism, qualitative methods and philosophy of science. He has recently published Return to Meaning: A Social Science with Something to Say (Oxford University Press 2017, w Y Gabriel & R Paulsen).

    Other books include Reflexive Methodology (Sage 2017, w K Sköldberg), Reflexive Leadership (Sage 2017, w M Blom & S Sveningsson), The Stupidity Paradox (Profile 2016, w André Spicer), Managerial Lives (Cambridge University Press 2016, w Stefan Sveningsson), The Triumph of Emptiness (Oxford University Press 2013), Qualitative Research and Theory Development (Sage 2011, with Dan Kärreman), Constructing Research Questions. (Sage 2013, w J Sandberg).

    About RRBM

    Responsible Research in Business and Management ( is dedicated to encouraging, inspiring and supporting credible and useful research in business and management.

    If you have any questions, please email Ibrat Djabbarov

    Ibrat Djabbarov
    PhD Candidate
    Cranfield School of Management