a virtual network co-ordinated from the London School of Economics and
Political Science. KODE has been established to advance our understanding
of the interactions between people and organizational contexts and the
processes of production and development of organizational knowledge through
The Knowledge, Organisations and Development Network (KODE) aims to provide,
on an international basis, the space in which discussion and debate among
researchers and interested practitioners working in this area can take
The KODE network organises a series of seminars and events.
Professor Dian Marie Hosking. University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
"The Social Construction of the Organisation "
Professor of Relational Processes at USBO - part of the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands. For more information visit: http://www.relational-constructionism.org/
Professor Rene Bouwen. University of Leuven, Belgium
"Relational Practices in Organising "
Rene Bouwen is emeritus full professor in organizational psychology and group dynamics at the university of Leuven in Belgium. His actual interest is on appreciative inquiry and multi-party collaboration for social change and innovation, especially in the domain of natural resource management, using a relational constructionist perspective to conceive actionable knowledge as the embodiment of high quality relational practices.
Professor Alex Haslam. Exeter University, UK.
"Social identity and organisations "br>
Alex Haslam is Professor of Social and Organizational Psychology at the University of Exeter. At Exeter he is part of a team of internationally-renown researchers who conduct theory-driven research into a range of core social and organizational topics, including leadership, motivation, stereotyping, group conflict, stress and prejudice. For more information visit http://haslam.socialpsychology.org/
Professor Catherine Cassell. Manchester Business School, UK
"Doing qualitative research in organisations " br>
Professor Catherine Cassell is Professor of Occupational Psychology and a Chartered Occupational Psychologist. She is currently Chair of the British Academy of Management's Special Interest group in Research Methodology, and is a previous Chair of the Occupational Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society. Her research interests are in the area of organisational change, learning and development, and she has a specific interest in the use of qualitative research techniques in both management and organisational research. For more information visit http://www.mbs.ac.uk/research/academicDirectory/viewprofile.aspx?sid=5614782