DOS-CHRONOS-CBS Research Exchange Day

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DOS-CHRONOS-CBS Research Exchange Day

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Moore Annexe Theatre, RHUL United Kingdom

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Research Exchange Day

DOS and CHRONOS Research Centres welcome Copenhagen Business School to RHUL

The aim of the day is to offer participants from DOS, CHRONOS and CBS an opportunity to present their research interests, share ideas and discuss possibilities for future collaborations.


10.00 - 10.15 Reception and Coffee/Tea

10:15 - 10:30 Welcome address

10:30 – 11.00 Research Centres outlines (DOS, CHRONOS, CBS)

11.00 - 12:15 First research theme: Visibility, Accountability, Inequality

12:15 - 13:15 Lunch

13:15 - 14:30 Second research theme: Time and Space

14.30 – 14.45 Coffee and Tea (to take into Research Theme)

14:30 – 15.45 Third research theme: Digitalization and Organization

15.45 - 16.45 Roundtable Discussion

16.45 - 17.15 Conclusions

Followed by a drinks reception on the Library Terrace (weather permitting) or Picture Gallery, Founder’s Building

Research Themes and Presenters


Mikkel Flyverbom (CBS), Frederick Schade (CBS), Leonardo Rinaldi (RHUL),

G. (Hari) Harindranath (RHUL)


Cecilie Kampmann (CBS), Vera Hoeschler (RHUL), Christopher Napier (RHUL), Phillip Wu (RHUL)


Ursula Plesner & Lise Justesen (CBS), Edmonia Baker (CBS), Tom Wainwright (RHUL), Gillian Symon (RHUL)

Participating Research Centres

CBS Digital Transformations Platform focuses on the implications of digital and other technological developments for economic and societal transformations, exploring issues such as organizational transformations in the digital age, transformations of business models, technology and socio-economic transformations, knowledge production and digital transformations and digital transformations in media and communications. The mission of the platform is to bring together CBS researchers and external partners from public and private sectors in understanding and leveraging technological transformations in the digital age.

Contact: Mikkel Flyverbom, (Co-Director of the Platform)

The DOS Research Centre aims to encourage a critical appreciation of the implications of digital technologies for work, organisation and society through interdisciplinary research leading to responsible impact. Research projects fall mainly in three areas: Digital Technology, Organisation and Work; Digital Economy and Innovation; Digital Inequality, Ethics and Cyberactivism. The Centre also provides a forum for the exploration and integration of existing and emerging digital research methods

Contact: or (DOS Co-Directors)

CHRONOS isa multidisciplinary group of researchers and educators at Royal Holloway. It actively provides an interdisciplinary, international and inclusive forum to discuss and develop the plurality of ways in which ‘critical’ and ‘historical’ research into organisations, markets and society can be conducted to make a positive difference in society, prompting social and cultural awareness and wise judgement among policy makers, organisational leaders and employees, while informing public debate within broader society.

Contact: (CHRONOS Director)