Theory-Driven Perspectives on Generative Artificial Intelligence in Business and Management

Olivia Brown, Robert M. Davison, Stephanie Decker, David A. Ellis, James Faulconbridge, Julie Gore, Michelle Greenwood, Gazi Islam, Christina Lubinski, Niall G. MacKenzie, Renate Meyer, Daniel Muzio, Paolo Quattrone, M. N. Ravishankar, Tammar Zilber, Shuang Ren*, Riikka M. Sarala, Paul Hibbert

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Symposium paper with the following contributions:
- Reimagine the Relational Realm of Workplaces in the Generative Artificial Intelligence Era / by: Shuang Ren, Riikka M. Sarala, Paul Hibbert.
- The ‘Art’ in the Artificial: Making Sense of Generative Artificial Intelligence in Research and Beyond / by Paolo Quattrone, Tammar Zilber and Renate Meyer.
- Contested Imaginaries Through Time:Putting Generative Artificial Intelligence in Context / by: Niall G. MacKenzie, Stephanie Decker, Christina Lubinski.
- Generative Artificial Intelligence in Organizational Teams: Challenges and Future Directions Within and Beyond Management / by: Olivia Brown, David A. Ellis, Julie Gore.
- Professionalism in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: Theoretical Implications / by: Daniel Muzio, James Faulconbridge
- Relational Knowledge and Epistemic Accountability in the Wake of Generative Artificial Intelligence / by: Gazi Islam, Michelle Greenwood.
- Generative Artificial Intelligence and Theorizing / by: Robert M. Davison, M. N. Ravishankar.
Original languageEnglish
JournalBritish Journal of Management
Volume35
Issue number1
Pages (from-to)3-23
Number of pages21
ISSN1045-3172
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2024

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