Publications

Following you will find a list of recent publications, conference attendance, etc.

2017

Lindberg, O, Rantatalo, O. & Stenling, C. (2017) Police bodies and police minds: Professional learning through bodily practices of sport participation. Studies in Continuing Education. In press.

Svensson, M & Hällgren, M. (2017) Sensemaking in sensory deprived settings: The role of non-verbal auditory cues in emergency assessment. European management journal. In press.

Lindberg, O, Rantatalo, O. & Hällgren, M. (2017) Making sense through false syntheses: Working with paradoxes in the reorganization of the Swedish police. Scandinavian Journal of management. In press.

Kutch, E, Turner, N, Denyer, D & Hällgren, M. (2017) “A case of dying leadership: Examining the K2 disaster of 2008”. Academy of Management Annual conference. Atlanta, USA.

Buchanan, D. & Hällgren, M. (2017) “Surviving a zombie apocalypse: Leadership configurations in extreme contexts” EGOS, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2016

Hällgren, M. (2016). Project Management in Extreme Situations: Lessons from Polar Expeditions, Military and Rescue Operations, and Wilderness Exploration (Leading Works from the French School of Management). Taylor & Francis, New York. USA.

Rantatalo, O., Stenling, C., & Lindberg, O. (2016, september). Police bodies and police minds: Occupational socialisation through sport. Paper presented at the 8th Triennial European Research Conference of the European Society for Research on the Education of Adults (ESREA). Maynooth, Ireland.

Kihlberg, R., Rantatalo, O., Lindberg, O., & Hällgren, M. ”Giving sense to reform: The workings of power in the change of the Swedish police”.(2016) 6:e Nordiska polisforskningskonferensen. Oslo, Norway.

Kutsch E & Turner E (2016) The Fall of France 1940: The role of mindful leadership, Project Manager Today (January/February) 14-17.

Jacobsson, M. & Hällgren, M. (2016) Impromptu Teams in a Temporary Organization: On their Nature and Role. International Journal of Project Management. 34(4), 584-596

Rosales – Orquera, V. & Hällgren, M. (2016) “(Dis)connecting people: The role of artefacts in routine connections”. ASAC, Toronto, Canada.

Kutsch, E, Hällgren, M & Turner, N. (2016) The internalization of Attention at 28,000 Feet: Revisiting the K2 2008 Disaster. In Bodea C-N, Purnus, A, Huemann, M. & Hajdu, M. (Eds.) Managing Project
Risks for Competitive Advantage in Changing Business Environments. Business Science Reference, Hershey, PA, USA.

2015

Kutsch E, Hall M & Turner N (2015) Project Resilience – The art of noticing, interpreting, preparing, containing and recovering. Farnham: Gower.

Gallagher P, Kutsch E & Turner N (2015) The diversity of routines: Towards resilient performance in defence projects. In: EGOS – European Group for Organizational Studies 2015, Athens.

Kutsch E & Turner N (2015) The internalization of mindfulness at 28,000 feet: Revisiting the K2 2008 disaster. In: EGOS – European Group for Organizational Studies 2015, Athens.

Hällgren, M. (2015) “Battling boredom: On the formation and use of organizational routines”. EGOS, Athens, Greece.

Biedenbach, T, Svensson, M. & Hällgren, M. (2015) ”Blissful ignorance:
The transfer of responsibility in response to lack of competence”, Seventh International Symposium on Process Organization Studies, Kos, Greece.

Rosales, V. & Hällgren, M. (2015) ”Socio-materiality gone wild: A case of routine inertia in the ER: The underestimation of materiality: A case of failed routine implementation. EGOS, Athens, Greece.

Elsbach, K. and Hällgren, M. (2015). How temporary organizations promote dysfunctional goal pursuit: The case of the 1996 Mt. Everest disaster. Contemporary OB in Action. IN K. Elsbach, C. Kayes, and A. Kayes.

2014
Rosales, V. (2014) “The Interplay between Roles and Routines”. Sixth International Symposium on Process Organization Studies, Rhodes, GreeceThe Interplay between Roles and Routines

Hällgren, M, Lindahl, M & Rehn, A. (2014) “Coopetition Extremis: On Decision-Making and Subconscious Followership”. 6th Workshop on Coopetition Strategy and Practice. Umeå, Sweden.

Biedenbach, T. & Hällgren, M. (2014) “Changing the rules of the game: The interplay between routines and capabilities on an Everest expedition”. Sixth International Symposium on Process Organization Studies, Rhodes, Greece

Hällgren, M. (2014) “The dangers of temporary organizing: The (dis-)organizing features of timespace”. EGOS, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Svensson, M, & Hällgren, M. (2014) “Listen! On audio-based sensemaking in emergency call taking practice. EGOS, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Rosales-Orquera, V, Hällgren, M. & Jacobsson, M. (2014) ”TURF WARS: Understanding Internal Coopetition in the Emergency Department”. 6th Workshop on Coopetition Strategy and Practice. Umeå, Sweden.

Hällgren, M, Lindahl, M & Rehn, A. (2014) “Coopetition Extremis: On Decision-Making and Subconscious Followership”. 6th Workshop on Coopetition Strategy and Practice. Umeå, Sweden.

Kutsch, E & Hällgren, M (2014) “The mindful organisation: A gradual breakdown at 28,000 feet”. British Academy of Management. Dublin, Ireland.

2013
Hällgren, M. ”Projekt är farliga!” (2013) In Thule: Skytteanska Samfundets årsbok 2012.

Hällgren, M., Lindahl, M & Rehn, A. (2013) The Ghosts of Shared Leadership : On Decision-Making and Subconscious Followership in the Death Zone of K2. In Giannantonio, C & Hurley-Hanson, A.E. Extreme Leadership: Leaders, Teams and Situations Outside the Norm. Edward Elgar Publishing

Hällgren, M. Musca, G. & Rouleau, L. (2013) ”The Elusive Goal – Negotiations And Re-Negotiations Of Success And Failure In Temporary Organizations”. 8th Organization Studies Summer Workshop, Mykonos, Greece

2012
Hällgren, M. & Jacobsson, M. (2012)”Commodification in a risky business” Society for Risk Analysis conference, San Francisco.

Kutch, E. & Hall, M. (2012) ”From process-based risk analysis to organizational attention – Learning from Fall of France 1940 and K2 2008”. Society for Risk Analysis conference, San Francisco.

Hällgren, M. (2012) ”Summit fever: The art of Turning around”. Decision Analysis annual conference, San Francisco, USA

Hällgren, M. Sträng, F. (2012), Toppfeber: Om konsten att vända om. Projektvärlden, (1).

Kutsch E, Denyer D, Hall M, Lee-Kelley L (2012) Does risk matter? Disengagement from risk management practices in information systems projects. European Journal of Information Systems, (forthcoming)

2011
Aegerter Alvarez, J. F., Pustina, A. & Hällgren, M. (2011), Escalating commitment in the death zone: New insights from the 1996 Mount Everest disaster. International Journal of Project Management, 29 (8), 971-985.

-2011
Ainamo, A., Tienari, J. & Vaara, E. (2006), “Between West and East: A Social History of Business Journalism and Management in Cold War Finland”, Human Relations, 59(5), 611-636

Denyer D, Kutsch E, Lee-Kelley L, Hall M (2011) Exploring reliability in information systems programmes. International Journal of Project Management, 29 (4) 442-454.

Hällgren, M. (2011), Situated teams: Dropping the tools on Everest. IN Lièvre, P. & Aubry, M. (Eds.) Gestion de projet et expéditions polaires: Que pouvons-nous apprendre? Grenoble, France, Presses de l’Université de Grenoble.

Rehn, A. & Lindahl, M. (2011), “Leadership and the “Right to Respect” – On honour and shame in emotionally charged management settings”, European Journal of International Management, 5(1), 62-79

Hällgren, M. (2010), Groupthink in Temporary organizations. International Journal of Project Management in Business, 3 (1), 94-110.

Kutsch E, Hall M (2010) Deliberate ignorance in project risk management. International Journal of Project Management, 28 (3) 245-255.

Gustafsson, C. & Lindahl, M. (2010), Improvisation och Intuition – Ett Emergensteoretiskt perspektiv regler och regelbrott i Industriella Sammanhang (with Gustafson) in Regler (Gustafsson ed) Santerus förlag

Hällgren, M. (2009), Grupptänkande i Temporära Organisationer. Projektvärlden, In press.

Hällgren, M. (2009), Groupthink in the Death Zone: Failure of Temporary Organizations. Euram, Liverpool, UK.

Hällgren, M. (2009), Dropping the tools: Team formation on Everest in 1996. Colloque en gestion de projet 2009, Montreal, Canada.

Hällgren, M. (2007), Beyond the point of no return: On the management of deviations. International Journal of Project Management, 25 (8), 773-780.

Kutsch E, Hall M (2009) The rational choice of not applying project risk management in information technology projects. Project Management Journal, 40 (3) 72-81.

Kutsch E (2008) The effect of intervening conditions on the management of project risk. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 1 (4) 602-610.

Kutsch E, Hall M (2005) Intervening conditions on the management of project risk: Dealing with uncertainty in information technology projects. International Journal of Project Management, 23 (8) 591-599.

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