CCR After-Work @Home #5 “Crisis Management Institutions and The Collective Power of Women in an Aboriginal Society" with Karl-Erik Sveiby

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Warm welcome to the 5th iteration of CCR Ater-Work @Home! /Disasters, Disaster Capitalism, and Beyond –series

For this session, CCR invites Karl-Erik Sveiby to talk about "Crisis Management Institutions and The Collective Power of Women in an Aboriginal Society". 

Australia was a crisis prone continent for the First Peoples due to its unpredictable climate, which meant famine or abundance. The introduction will be a video and brief outline women’s powerful role for the societies’ survival.

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“Historically, pandemics have forced humans to break with the past and imagine their world anew. This one is no different” 

- Arundhati Roy, ‘The pandemic is a portal’

In a series live-streamed sit-ins during the Covid-19 pandemic, we invite a number of researchers to present one idea related to the our series theme “Disasters, Disaster Capitalism, and Beyond” in 20 minutes. After the presentation, we invite the virtual audience for questions and discussion through chat or audio.

Remember to put a beer in the fridge and join your colleagues for a semi-informal after-work @home!

About the presenter: 

Karl-Erik Sveiby, Econ Dr., Professor Emeritus - Dept of Management and Organisation, CCR was appointed Professor in Knowledge Management at Hanken in 2001 and Emeritus in 2013. Previous appointments include honorary professorships at Queensland University of Technology, Griffith university, Macquarie Graduate School of Management in Australia and Hongkong Polytechnic University. He is on the editorial board of Journal of Intellectual Capital and has been on Management Decision, among others. He has published a.o. in journals such as Journal of Knowledge Management, Leadership, Sustainable Development and written 13 books, among them Treading Lightly: The hidden wisdom of the world's oldest people, Sveiby, K. E., & Skuthorpe, T. (2006), Sydney: Allen and Unwin; The New Organizational Wealth, Berret-Koehler (1997); the co-edited Challenging the Innovation Paradigm, Routledge (2012), and seminal works during the early ”Nordic KM movement” in the 1980’s. The first half of his working life was as manager, among others of a co-owned publishing house, which became Sweden´s largest in financial and trade press.

The link to join the session will be sent to the registered participants on the day of the event!

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach the organisers at ccr@hanken.fiTo know more about CCR, visit the website or follow us on Twitter.



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