Seminar 3

Organizational Storytelling Seminar 3 was held in University College Cork, Ireland on 28 and 29 June 2002, and was led by the following speakers:

  • Yehuda Baruch (School of Management, University of East Anglia) on“Once upon a Time there was an Organization… Organizational Stories as an Anti-thesis to Fairy Tales.”
  • Linda Ballard (Museums and Galleries of Northern Ireland) on “Plotting the Tale”
  • Gibson Burrell (Warwick Business School) on “Subalterns and the Stage :’Rosencrantz and Guildernstern are Dead’ versus ‘Hamlet’”
  • Peter Case (Oxford-Brooks University) on “Blindness and Sight, Ignorance and Understanding: An Ancient Buddhist Fable Speaks to Contemporary Issues in Organizational Studies”
  • Barbara Czarniawska (Göteborg University) on “Humiliation: A Standard Organizational Product”
  • Yiannis Gabriel (School of Management, Imperial College) on “Telling Tales: Truths and Untruths in Storytelling”.
  • Sebastian Green (Dept. of Management & Marketing, University College Cork) and Colette Green on “Organizational Constellations: A Separate Reality”.
  • Heather Höpfl (Newcastle Business School, University of Northumbria at Newcastle) on “Corrupting Practices: Stories of the Organisation and the Mouth of Hell”
  • Steve Linstead (Dept. of Accounting, Finance and Management, University of Essex) on “Masks of Subversion: Telling Stories of Storytelling”
  • Gearóid ó Crualaoich (Dept. of Folklore and Ethnology, University College Cork) on “Vernacular Narrative Tradition as Resource for Conflict/Trauma Resolution: The Case of the Irish ‘Wise Woman’ Legend”
  • Majella O’Leary, Donncha Kavanagh and Diarmuid ó Giolláin (Dept. of Management & Marketing, and Department of Folklore and Ethnology University College Cork) on “Stories of the Subaltern”
  • Bo Nilsson (the Nordic Museum, Stockholm) on “Between Agency and Discourse in Subaltern Life History Narratives. The Swedish Case.”
  • David Sims (School of Business and Management, Brunel University) on“Between the millstones: who cares about the subaltern’s storying?”