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Temporary organizing: session five "Student brief oral presentations of their research proposals and Villa Guinigi case study"

5 Luglio 2016
San Francesco - Via della Quarquonia 1 (Classroom 1 )
Our seminar will open with an overview of perspectives on Temporary organizations. Students will be encouraged to examine how the various theoretic perspectives and dominant research questions in the temporary organizing literature can provide the basis for each student to create a research proposal to pursue a set of research questions related to their individual scholarly interests. Each student will be asked to prepare a three to five page proposal addressing the following: problem statement (why this study), brief literature (what do we already know), proposed research questions (to fill a gap in what we know) and methodology (how do we answer our research question). There will also be an opportunity to engage in a team case study of Villa Guinigi to apply some of the principles of Temporary Organizing to examine Villa Guinigi and to explore the opportunities and challenges facing Villa Guinigi in balancing temporary versus permanent (institutionalized) aspects of its organization and offerings. Student brief oral presentations of their research proposals and Villa Guinigi case study
relatore: 
DeFillippi, Robert
Units: 
AXES;LIME;ICES;LYNX