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I.M. (Irma) Bogenrieder

Associate Professor

Irma Bogenrieder
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Associate Professor in the Department of Organization & Personnel

Programme:
Organisation
ERIM Membership:
Member ERIM, affiliated since 2003
Profile

Irma Bogenrieder is an associate professor of organisational processes at the Department of Organization and Personnel Management, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).

Her current research interests lie in the field of organisational learning as a type of emergent change based on members' knowledge.

Within this field her research focuses on three specific areas: (Endogenous) change in organisational routines; knowledge-intensive firms with an emphasis on knowledge use and its exchange among project teams; and the integrative and collaborative processes in project teams.

She is the author of articles published in journals including Organization Studies, the Journal of Change Management, Business History and Organizational Learning.

Work in progress (2)
  • Bogenrieder, I. (2014). Creating the Locopolitan: Reconciling the tension between locals and cosmopokitans in a consultancy firm. Human Relations.
  • Bogenrieder, I. (2014). Endogenous routine change. .
Publications (16)
  • Book contributions (8)
    • Bijlsma, T, Bogenrieder, I. & Baalen, P.J. van (2010). Learning military organizations and Organizational Change. In J Soeters, P.C. Van Fenema & R. Beeres (Eds.), Managing Military Organizations. Thepry and Practice (pp. 228-239). Londen, New York: Routledge.
    • Osadchiy, S., Bogenrieder, I. & Heugens, P.P.M.A.R. (2010). Organizational learning through problem absorption: A processual view. In T. Hernes & S. Maitlis (Eds.), Perspectives on Process Organization Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    • Bogenrieder, I. & Nooteboom, B. (2009). Learning Groups: What Types are There? A Theoretical Analysis and an Empirical Study in a Consultany Firm. In T. Clark (Ed.), Management Consulting. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
    • Bogenrieder, I. (2006). Cooperation in a System of Distributed Cognition or How to Co-operate. In Birgit Renzl, Kurt Matzler & Hans Hinterhuber (Eds.), The Future of Knowledge Management (pp. 205-216). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Bogenrieder, I. & Nooteboom, B. (2004). The emergence of learning communities: A theoretical analysis. In H. Tsoukas & N. Mylonopoulos (Eds.), Organizations as Knowledge Systems (pp. 46-66). Hampshire, New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
    • Qureshi, S., Bogenrieder, I. & Kumar, K. (2000). Managing Participative Diversity in Virtual Teams: Requirements for Collaborative Technology Support. In G. de Vreede, D. Vogel, A. Verbraeck & H. Sol (Eds.), Proceedings of: HICSS 2000 - 33nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sience (pp. 1-10). Mauwi, Hawaii: IEEE - Computer Society Press.
    • Bogenrieder, I. (1998). Social architecture: a prerequisite for organizational learning. In - - (Ed.), Proceedings of EGOS congres (pp. ---). Maastricht: -.
    • Bogenrieder, I. (1992). The Intelligence of Artificial Intelligence Systems. In R. Trappl (Ed.), Cybernetics and Systems Research '92: vol. 2 (pp. 1643-1650). Singapore: World Scientific.
  • Doctoral thesis
    • Bogenrieder, I. (1993, September 02). Intelligentes Handeln: ein Kontext für externalisierte Intelligenz. Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (240 pag.). Prom./coprom.: H.J. van Dongen.
Recognitions (1)
Visiting address
Office: T08-24
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA, Rotterdam
Netherlands
Postal address
Postbus 1738
3000 DR, Rotterdam
Netherlands
 

Work in progress

  • Bogenrieder, I. (2014). Creating the Locopolitan: Reconciling the tension between locals and cosmopokitans in a consultancy firm. Human Relations.
  • Bogenrieder, I. (2014). Endogenous routine change. .

Latest publication

Bijlsma, T, Bogenrieder, I. & Baalen, P.J. van (2010). Learning military organizations and Organizational Change. In J Soeters, P.C. Van Fenema & R. Beeres (Eds.), Managing Military Organizations. Thepry and Practice (pp. 228-239). Londen, New York: Routledge.

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