Date and TimeWednesday, October 25th
3:10pm – 4:40pm
TitleJudgment and judging value: Insights from Hannah Arendt’s theory of action
PresenterProf. Dr. Alex Wright
（Entrepreneurship, strategy and innovation department, Audencia Business School）
VenueRoom 208 (Main Building 2F, Rokkodai 1st Campus)
About the SpeakerProfessor Alex Wright holds a Ph.D. from Nottingham University and was a senior lecturer position at the University of Sheffield before taking up his current position at the Audencia Business School, France in 2022. His research interest is at the intersection of strategy and organization theory, with a specific focus on the production, performance, judgment, and practice of organizational strategies. He has published extensively in the very top management journals of the field such as Academy of Management Learning and Education, Organization Studies, Management Learning, Organization, and Journal of Management Inquiry.
Seminar HighlightsThis seminar presents a fresh perspective on judgment in organizational and management theory, informed by philosophy and specifically, Hannah Arendt’s profound insights.
Who Should AttendThis seminar is open to faculty members and students of the Graduate School of Business Administration who are interested in organizational studies, social theories and qualitative research methods. Members from other graduate schools are also welcome to join us for a profound discussion.
RegistrationPlease register for the seminar by October 24th to secure your spot. Registration is Free, and space is limited, so don’t miss this opportunity.
Contact InformationYiting Weng (Assistant Professor, GSBA, Kobe University)