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Creativity, Art
and Sustainable Enterprise"

June 12, 2014 (2-5 PM)
ICN Business School
Room 253

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Recent publications

 

PAPERS

GENDRON, C., IVANAJ, S., GIRARD, B., & ARPIN, M.-L. (2017). Science-fiction literature as inspiration for social theorizing within sustainability research. Journal of Cleaner Production164 (15), 1553-1562.

SHRIVASTAVA, P., IVANAJ, S., & IVANAJ, V. (2018). The value of beauty for organizations. Journal of Cleaner Production .

Amelie Boutinot, Sylvaine CASTELLANO, Raffi Duymedjian, and Olga Ivanova. An alternative explanation
at the disconnection between institutionalization and legitimation: Art Nouveau's Rise and Decline through the Deleuzian Lens. In 31st European Group for Organizations (EGOS) Colloquium, Athenes , Greece, 2015a.

Corinne Gendron, Silvester Ivanaj, and Bernard Girard. L'art comme inspiration theorique en
sciences de gestion. In ARTEMOCC Conference, Nancy , France, 2015.

Thierry Houe. Luxembourg as an art and nance cluster: a proximity perspective. In 31st EGOS
Colloquium, ALBA Graduate Business School, July, 2-4, Athens , Greece, 2015a.

Thierry Houe. Art, nance and logistics: creative arrangement for a sustainable economic development.
In 1st ARTEM Organizational Creativity International Conference, ARTEM, March, 26-27, Nancy, France, 2015b.

Marie-France CLERC-GIRARD, Kamel MNISRI, and Christine MORIN-ESTEVES. Creative Business
Days: Ideas in Action. In ARTEM OCC 2015, Nancy , France, 2015.

Krista Finstad-Milion and Klaus-Peter SCHULZ. Exploring and designing sustainable management
by applying and embedding creative and playful modelling methodologies in a cross cultural context.
In ARTEM OCC Conference, Nancy , France, 2015.

Douniazed FILALI. LISA model: A new way to apprehend advertising persuasion process. In ARTEM
OCC Conference, Nancy , France, 2015.

Edina Eberhardt-Toth. Who Should Be on a Board Corporate Social Responsibility Committee?
In Conference ARTEM OCC, Nancy , France, 2015.

Mahamadou Biga Diambeidou, Benoit GAILLY, Hareesh MAVOORI, Edina Eberhardt-Toth, and
Olga Ivanova. Creativity and Entrepreneurship: A Team-Based Learning Analysis of Firm Early
Development and Performance.

Bertrand AGOSTINI and Sybille Persson. What Blues Music Can Teach As a Popular Art:
An Example of Sustainable Living to Renew The Conception of Business Life in Organizations
and Business Schools. In ARTEMOCC conference, Nancy , France, 2015.

Kamel MNISRI. Towards an exploratory study of the e ect of moral imagination on ethical work climate.
In ARTEM OCC Conference, Nancy , France, 2015.

Klaus-Peter SCHULZ. Learning and sustainable development in High Reliability Organizations ? a
role model for traditional work organizations ? In ARTEMOCC Conference, Nancy , France, 2015a.

Klaus-Peter SCHULZ. Organizational di usion of creative process developments ? a case example
from home care. In ARTEMOCC Conference, Nancy , France, 2015b.

Klaus-Peter SCHULZ. Art based intervention through tool-kit-based modeling and serious play ? A
case study from regional health care development in Japan. In ARTEMOCC Conference, Nancy ,
France, 2015c.

Amelie Boutinot, Sylvaine CASTELLANO, and Olga Ivanova. The Rise and Fall of Art Nouveau:
(De)legitimation Processes in Creative Industries. In ARTEMOCC Conference, Nancy , France,
2015b.

Paul Shrivastava. Resilience of Art in Urbanization. In International Symposium on Co-design in
Urbanization, Xiamen - Chine (RPC), Unknown or Invalid Region, 2015b.

Ivanaj, V., K. Poldner, and P. Shrivastava, “HAND / HEART / HEAD Aesthetic practice pedagogy for deep sustainability learning”, Journal of Corporate Citizenship , forthcoming, Spring, 2014.

Poldner, K., and P. Shrivastava, “Embodied Multidiscursivity: A performative process approach to (sustainable) entrepreneuring”, Business and Society Journal , (revised & resubmitted) 2014.

Katrin Muff, Thomas Dyllick, Mark Drewell, John North, Paul Shrivastava & Jonas Haertle,  “50+20 Management Education for the World: PART 1: Designing a Radically New Vision of Management Education”.  European Business Review , 2013, pp 25-29.

Katrin Muff, Thomas Dyllick, Mark Drewell, John North, Paul Shrivastava & Jonas Haertle,  “50+20 Management Education for the World: PART 2: Understanding the Core of the Vision”.  European Business Review , 2013.

Shrivastava, P. “Beautiful Resilience”, In Price Waterhouse Cooper - Resilience: Winning with risk Edition 4, May 2013.
http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/governance-risk-compliance-consulting-services/resilience/publications/beautiful-resilience.jhtml

Shrivastava, P. “Sustainability and Violence Against Women”, In Proceedings of the SusCon 2013 Conference , IIM Shillong. 

Shrivastava, P. “Foreword” for Corporate Sustainability in International Comparison – State of Practice, Opportunities and Challenges , (Eds S. Shaltegger, S. E. Windolph, D. Harms, and J. Horisch, Springer International Publishing, 2014.

SHRIVASTAVA Paul, PERSSON Sybille, A Theory of Strategy – Learning from China : From Walking to Sailing, to be published in M@n@gement

SHRIVASTAVA Paul, IVANAJ Silvester, PERSSON Sybille (2013), Transdisciplinary Study of Sustainable Enterprise, Business Strategy and the Environment , Vol. 22, Issue 4, May, 230-244, DOI: 10.1002/bse.1773 .

AZAN Wilfrid, BOURION Christian, LAROCHE Patrice, PERSSON Sybille (2012) Hyper régulation des systèmes économiques et sociaux et déviance des comportements organisationnels, Management & Avenir , N°58, décembre, 75-94

Martins, L. L., Schilpzand, M. C., Kirkman, B. L., Ivanaj, S., & Ivanaj, V. (2013). A Contingency View of the Effects of Cognitive Diversity on Team Performance The Moderating Roles of Team Psychological Safety and Relationship Conflict. Small Group Research , 44 (2), 96-126.

Shrivastava, P., Ivanaj, S. and Persson, S. (2013) Transdisciplinary Study of Sustainable Enterprise, Journal of the Business Strategy and the Environment . Vol. 22, Issue 4, pp. 230–244, May 2013.

Shrivastava, P., Ivanaj, V. and Ivanaj, S. (2012) ‘Sustainable development and the arts', Int. J. Technology Management , Vol. 60, Nos. 1/2, pp.23–43.

Ivanaj, S. and Persson, S. (2012), Le mentoring à la française : une pratique qui ne dit pas son nom »  Management & Avenir , n° 55.

Shrivastava, P. and Ivanaj S. (2011) Transdisciplinary Art, Technology, and Management for Sustainable Enterprise. Transdisciplinary Journal of Engineering & Science Vol: 2, pp. 87-100 (December, 2011).

Persson, S. & Ivanaj, S. (2009), "Faut-il adopter le mentoring en France ?", Management & Avenir, n° 25, Juillet 2009, pp. 94-111.

 

BOOKS

Timo Busch and P. Shrivastava, The Global Carbon Crisis. Emerging Carbon Constraints and Strategic Management Options , Greenleaf Publishers, London, 2011. Honorable Mention in the ONE Division Book Awards, August 3-7, 2012.

Alfred Marcus, Paul Shrivastava, Sanjay Sharma, and Stefano Pogutz (Eds), Cross Sector Leadership for the Green Economy , Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2011.

Paul Shrivastava and Matt Statler (Eds), Learning from the Global Financial Crisis: Sustainably, Reliably, Creatively .  Stanford University Press, Palo Alto CA, 2012.

Katrin Muff , Thomas Dyllick , Mark Drewell , John North , Paul Shrivastava , Jonas Haertle, Management Education For The World: A Vision for Business Schools Serving People and Planet , Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham, UK, 2013.

 

WORKING PAPERS

Shrivastava, P, and O. Ivanova, “Corporate Legitimacy Challenges from the Occupy Wallstreet Movement”, proposed to Human Relation Jan 2013.

Shrivastava, P. and N. Guimaraes-Costa, “Hybridization as a Response to Sustainable Development”, submitted to M@n@gement, Jan 2014.

Paul Shrivastava, Silvester IVANAJ & Vera IVANAJ, Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development: Mapping the Evolution of the Research through Co-word Analysis, Working Paper, 2011.

Paul Shrivastava, Vera IVANAJ & Silvester IVANAJ, Sustainable Development and the Arts, Working Paper, 2011.

Sybille Persson & Paul Shrivastava, Which paradigm for a caring and sustainable HRM? Insights from traditional Chinese thought, Working Paper, 2011.

Sybille Persson & Paul Shrivastava, A Theory of Strategy – Learning From China - From walking to sailing, Working Paper, 2011.

Paul Shrivastava & Silvester Ivanaj, Transdisciplinary Art, Technology, and Managment for Sustainable Enterprise, Transdisciplinary Journal of Engineering & Science Vol: 2, pp. 87-100 (December, 2011).

Paul Shrivastava, Silvester Ivanaj & Vera Ivanaj, Arts and Sustainable Development, International Journal of Technology Management , forthcoming 2012.