PhD thesis and publications

Our approach to participant engagement at conferences and other large meetings is based on Nicoline Jacoby Hansen’s PhD thesis from 2010. You can download the full thesis here:

Hansen, Nicoline Jacoby (2010): “Conferences as Dramaturgical Learning Spaces”. PhD Dissertation. Copenhagen: The Danish School of Education, Aarhus University.

Featured publications:
  • Hansen, Nicoline Jacoby (2008): “Conferences as a Dramatic Learning Space: The Case of the ECCI X Conference.” Paper presented at: Art of Management and Organization Conference, The Banff Centre, Canada, September 9-12, 2008.
  • Petersen, Nicoline Jacoby & Bræstrup, L. (2007): “Bossa Nova – ledelse ude på gulvet.” København: Børsens Forlag. (Bog, udgået fra forlaget)
  • Petersen, Nicoline Jacoby & Sille Østergaard (2005): “Projektsamarbejde med organisationer og virksomheder.” Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur. Se indholdsfortegnelsen og forordet her.
  • Petersen, Nicoline Jacoby & Sille Østergaard (2005): “Organizational Photography: A “Snapshot” Approach to Understanding Knowledge Sharing”. In: Challenges and Issues in Knowledge Management, Anthony F. Buono & Flemming Poulfelt (eds.). Greenwich: Information Age Publishing, pp. 229-248.
  • Petersen, Nicoline Jacoby & Flemming Poulfelt (2002): “Knowledge Management in Action – a Study of Knowledge Management in Management Consultancies”. In: Developing Knowledge and Value in Management Consulting, Anthony F. Buono (eds.). Greenwich: Information Age Publishing, pp. 33-60.
 

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