Since 2009, the MOST team has brought together researchers, teaching staff and doctoral students from various management disciplines (accounting, management control, strategic management, marketing, organisational theory) and is intent on pursuing and further developing its research in the field of critical management studies.
All team members share a common research approach which reinforces their project in the following ways:
The team’s research dynamic is based on its interdisciplinarity, its efforts to generate spaces for the exchange of ideas and research-sharing, and its commitment to collective research projects.
These governance approaches and collective initiatives will be strengthened in the future and will serve to develop our research programme. Academic output with strong visibility, ongoing contributions to the research community both nationally and internationally, and promotion of our research to a wide audience remain the team’s central objectives for the years to come. We are currently recruiting an international researcher on a 3-year contract (Nov 2017 – Nov 2020). This is just one of the ways in which we intend to reinforce the international scope of our research programme, especially within the critical management studies community.
More specifically, over the 2017-2022 period the MOST research programme will be developed by:
The consolidation period for the MOST academic project (2012-2017) has established a research programme which from 2017 to 2022 will have a tighter focus on two core topics that will unite all team members.