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Lorenzo Skade, M.Sc.

Lorenzo Skade

Lorenzo is a Research Associate at the Chair of Management and Organization. His current research interests include legitimation strategies, organizational paradoxes and temporary organizations. Lorenzo is in particular interested in a process-oriented view of these topics and approaches his interests with various qualitative methods such as critical discourse analysis and in-depth case studies for example.

since 2018
Research Associate at the Chair of Management and Organization, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
since 2018PhD Student at the Chair of Management and Organization, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
2018M.Sc. International Business Administration, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
2016B.A. International Business, HTW Berlin

2013 - 2018

Scholarship from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research

Organisationale Identität und Organisationskultur – ein Vergleich (BA) - Winter term 18/19

Strategic Change and the Problem of (Re-)Integration of Separated Innovation Units (BA) - Winter term 18/19

Materiality in Organizational Communication - Clear message or ambiguous? (BA) - Winter term 18/19 

Das Phänomen „Blockchain“ – eine kritische Analyse aus organisationstheoretischer Sicht (BA) - Winter term 18/19

The Role of Middle Managers in Shaping Strategy (BA) - Winter term 18/19

Organizational Routines and Creativity in Startup Acclerators (BA) - Winter term 18/19

  • Skade, L, Koch J. 2019. New organizational forms as bundles of resonating practices. 2019 DCR Conference, September, Heilbronn, Germany.
  • Skade, L, Stanske, S, Wenzel, M, Koch, J. 2019. Temporary organizing and organizing temporality: On the multilayered architecture of accelerators. 35thEGOS Colloquium, July, Edinburgh, UK.
  • Skade, L, Stanske, S, Wenzel, M, Koch, J. 2019. Organizing temporality: A practice perspective on the multilayered architecture of accelerators. 11thInternational Symposium on Process Organization Studies, June, Crete, Greece.