Cardiff Organisation Research Group
The Cardiff organisation Research Group fosters dialogue and innovation in the analysis of organisations.
The Cardiff organisation Research Group (CORGies) fosters dialogue and innovation in the analysis of organisations.
By developing a more critical approach, drawn from a variety of different traditions and disciplines, the CORGies group focuses on challenging conventional management thinking.
Our aim is to equip scholars of organisational analysis and practitioners with the means to question and reflect upon established understandings of organisations and organising.
Group members have made major contributions in a number of areas which include:
- Institutional processes
- Change and innovation
CORGies brings together researchers interested in aspects of work organisation. The group holds monthly meetings with the aim of providing a supportive and stimulating environment for discussing various aspects of research and teaching. In addition, the group also runs two extended workshops each year, as well as organising a number of ad hoc workshops and symposia under the CORGies name.
CORGies aims to provide a supportive and informal environment for scholars at all stages in their career and we place a particular emphasis on the involvement, integration, development and support of doctoral and early career researchers.
Members of CORGies are part of the international research network ICRODSC (International Centre for Research on Discourse, Strategy and Change), for which Cardiff Business School is an institutional partner.
Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour
- +44 (0)29 2087 5250
Academic Lead for SPARK and University Dean of Research, Innovation and Enterprise, Professor of Organizational Analysis
- +44 (0)29 2087 6644
Reader in International Human Resource Management
- +44 (0)29 208 75080
Reader in Human Resource Management
- +44 (0)29 2087 5065
Associate Dean for Research, Professor in Organisational Analysis
- +44 (0)29 2087 6392
Professor of Management and Organizational Behaviour
- +44 (0)29 2087 5212