new sse dissertation
''This dissertation is devoted to discuss what happens when a new governance model is applied in conditions and as a response to field-level logic multiplicity. Using a comparative case study of two public museums operating in Italy, I show that logic multiplicity in a previously monolithic institutional field can effectively be tackled through the design and application of a novel governance model. I further suggest that such phenomenon implies cognitive hybridization, and that the effective implementation of the new model on the structure and practises of the organization can be facilitated by the composition of its main governing body.''
Irene Popoli completed her PhD in Business Administration at Department of Management and Organization at the Stockholm School of Economics. Her research interests in organizational change and strategic innovation have brought her to the world of consultancy for the creative sector, where she supports organizations willing to pursue social, economic, and cultural sustainability.
Irene Popoli - Made Crudely for Success: Investigating the Application of a New Governance Model as a Response to Institutional Multiplicity