Associate Professor; Director of Educational Innovation in Business
H70 - Abercrombie Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
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Stefan is an Associate Professor and Director of Educational Practice in Business.
He received his PhD in Management from the Stockholm School of Economics, and studied at Freie Universtät Berlin, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, and Justus-Liebig Universtät Giessen. Stefan is a visiting associate professor at Copenhagen Business School and Hong Kong University, and has been a visiting scholar at NYU Stern, ESADE, Stanford University, and MIT Sloan.
Stefan is researching leadership and business innovation. He has a particular interest in how leadership enables or constrains innovation efforts. This includes motivating organizational members for inquiry into pernicious problems, challenging basic assumptions, and giving license for dreaming, imagining, and creating.
Meisiek S and Barry D 2016 'Organizational Studios: Enabling Innovation' in Artistic Interventions in Organizations: Research, Theory and Practice (Routledge Research in Creative and Cultural Industries Management), ed. Ulla Johansson Sköldberg, Jill Woodilla, and Ariane Berthoin Antal, Routledge, London, United Kingdom, pp. 225-38
Meisiek S, Guillet de Monthoux P, Barry D and Austin RD 2016 'Four voices: making a difference with art in management education' in The Routledge Companion to Reinventing Management Education, ed. Chris Steyaert, Timon Beyes & Martin Parker, Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom, pp. 330-41
Meisiek S and Redford D 2013 'Entrepreneurship Education: Science or Craft' in Handbook de Educação em Empreendedorismo no Contexto Portugués, ed. D Redford, Universidade Católica Editora, Porto, Portugal
Meisiek S and Häfliger S 2011 'Inviting the unexpected: Entrepreneurship and the arts' in Art Entrepreneurship, ed. Zander, I. & Scherdin, M., Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, London, United Kingdom, pp. 78-97
Meisiek S, Matula L and Badham R 2011 'Who controls the looking glass: Organizational theater and liquid power' in Komplexität und Handlungsspielraum, ed. Eberl, P., Geiger, D. and Koch, J., Erich Schmidt Verlag, Berlin, Germany
Barry D, Meisiek S and Hatch MJ 2010 'Sublime views and beautiful explanations: The art and craft of organization theory', Proceedings of the Academy of Management 2010 Annual Meeting, Montréal, Canada, 10th August 2010
Meisiek S and Hatch MJ 2008 'This is work, this is play' in Handbook of New and Emerging Approaches to Management and Organization, ed. Barry, D. & Hansen, H., Sage, London, United Kingdom
Darsö L, Meisiek S and Boje D 2007 'Thin Book: Organizational Theatre', Learning Lab Denmark, The Danish University of Education, Copenhagen, Denmark
Meisiek S 2006 'Dissonances, Awareness, and Aesthetization: Theatre in a Home Care Organization' in Aesthetic Leadership, ed. P. Guillet de Monthoux, C. Gustafsson & S-E. Sjöstrand, Palgrave Macmillan, London, United Kingdom
Steyaert C, Meisiek S, Höpfl H, Hjorth D, Hansen H and Bille D 2006 'In the Wings: On the Possibility of Theatrical Space', Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, vol.5:3, pp. 93-98
Meisiek S and Yao X 2005 'Nonsense Makes Sense: Humor in Social Sharing of Emotion at the Workplace' in Emotions in Organizational Behavior, ed. Härtel CEJ, Zerbe WJ & Ashkanasy NM, Routledge, London, United Kingdom
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