Conference Proceedings Published

1.       Jones, M.O., Bøje, D.M., Wolfe, T., Moore, M., Krell, R., Gordon, S., Christensen, D., 1983."Dealing with Symbolic Expression in Organizations," pp. 176-178, Proceedings of National O.D. Network Conference,

2.       Bøje, D.M. & Dennehy, R. 1992. "Postmodern Management Principles: Just the Opposite of Fordist Principles." Proceedings of International Academy of Business Disciplines, 442-8.

3.       Bøje, D.M., Vance, C.M., Stage, D., De La Cruz, L., Kennedy, R.1992. "Cross Cultural Differences in Asian Management Styles: A Multiple Discrimi-nant Analysis of Five Countries." Proceedings of International Academy of Business Disciplines,  449-454.

4.       Bøje, D.M., White, J. & Wolfe, T. 1994. "Reframing the Consultant's Role to Reduce Barriers to Understanding," Proceedings of Academy of Management, (selected as best paper), Academy of Management meetings Dallas, TX, Aug.

5.       Bøje, D.M. & Winsor, B. 1994. "The Globalization & Rediscovery of the American System." Business Research Yearbook: Global Business Perspectives, Vol. 1: 688-694. Publication of International Academy of Business Disciplines. New York: Lanham. Selected as best paper at 1994 International Academy of Business Disciplines Meetings, Pittsburgh, PA, Apr. 7-10.

6.       Bøje, D.M., Rosile, G.A., Dennehy, R. & Summers, D. 1995. "The reengineering story & postmodern challenges," with G.A. Rosile, R. Dennehy & D. Summers. In Business Research Yearbook: Global Business Perspectives, Vol. II, pp. 715-718.

7.       Dennehy, R., Bøje, D., Rosile, G. & Summers, D. 1995. "Story Deconstruction: A Multiple Perspective." Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management, p. 109.

8.       Bøje, D.M., Fitzgibbons, D.E., Steingard, D.S. 1996. "Storytelling at Administrative Science Quarterly: Warding off the Postmodern Barbarians" in A.F. Alkhafaji & J. Biberman (Eds.), Publication of the International Academy of Business Disciplines, Business Research Yearbook, Global Business Perspectives, Volume III.

9.       Bøje, D. M. 1997. "Deconstructing the elephant metaphor of multiple paradigm inquiry." In Business Research Yearbook: Global Business Perspectives, Vol. IV, pp. 655-659.

10.   Bøje, D. M. 1998. "A Choral Company Reprise: Retropestive Storymaking." To appear in Proceedings of Southwest Academy of Management, 40th Annual Meeting, Dallas, March.

11.   Bøje, D. M. 1998. "Amos Tuck's Post-Sweat Nike Spin Story."  In Business Research Yearbook: Global Business Perspectives, Vol. V. (Biberman, J. & Alkharaji, A (Eds.), pp 618-623.

12.   Bøje, D.M. 1998. "Foreward: A Wicked Introduction to the Unbroken Circle Conference: International Business and Ecology. P. v-xiii. In International Business and Ecology Research Yearbook. IABD Publication.

13.   Bøje, D.M. 1998. "The Swoosh Goddess is a Vampire: Nike's Environmental Accounting Storytelling. Pp. 23-32. In International Business and Ecology Research Yearbook. IABD Publication.

14.   Gephart, R. Bøje, D.M. & Rosile, G.A. 1998. "Organic Systems and the Control of Management." In Business Research Yearbook, Global Perspectives. Vol. V (Biberman, J. & Alkharaji, E. Eds.), pp. 632-636.

15.   1999 Bøje, D.M. "Bringing spectacle back into the coevolution of humans, machine, nature." In Business Research Yearbook, Global Business Perspectives, Vol. VI (Biberman, J & Alkharaji, A. (Eds.), pp. 514-518.

16.   1999 Bøje, D.M. "From empowerment/disempowerment to co-power." In Business Research Yearbook, Global Business Perspectives, Vol. VI (Biberman, J. & Alkjharaji, A. (Eds.), pp. 524-528.

17.   Luhman, John T. "A literary perspective of the meta-theory debate: Research proposal." In Jerry Biberman and Abbass Alkhafaji (Eds.) Business Research Yearbook, Global Business Perspectives, Vol VII, 2000, Saline, MIC: McNaughton & Gunn Inc., pp. 609-613

18.   Landrum, Nancy E. and D. M. Bøje "An ethnostatistical analysis of Nike's Tuck Report." In Jerry Biberman and Abbass Alkhafaji (Eds.) Business Research Yearbook, Global Business Perspectives, Vol VII, 2000, Saline, MIC: McNaughton & Gunn Inc., pp. 614-618

19.   Bøje, D. M. "Las Vegas Striptease Spectacles: Organization Power of the Body." In Jerry Biberman and Abbass Alkhafaji (Eds.) Business Research Yearbook, Global Business Perspectives, Vol VII, 2000, Saline, MIC: McNaughton & Gunn Inc., pp. 647- 651

20.   Bøje, D.M. "Post-Spiritual Capitalism in Organization Studies." Proceedings of the Standing Committee on Organizational Symbolism, SCOS meetings  July 4 - July 12 Athens, Greece at Hotel Titania.

21.   Bøje, D. M. (2001). Will to Serve and Will to Power in Disney. pp. 582-586 in Business Research yearbook: Global Business Perspectives. Vol. VIII, Jerry Biberman and Abbass Alkharaji (Eds.). A proceedings publication of the International Academy of Business Disciplines.

22.   Bøje, D. M., Robert F. Dennehy & Carolyn Gardner  (2002). The terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon: Frames to examine the unfolding spectacle. Pp. 569-572 Vol. IX  Jerry Biberman and Abbass Alkharaji (Eds.). A proceedings publication of the International Academy of Business Disciplines.  Also a conference presentation.

23.   Bøje, D. M., Robert F. Dennehy & Carolyn Gardner(2002). The terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon: Frames to examine the unfolding spectacle. Pp. 569-572 Vol. IXJerry Biberman and Abbass Alkharaji (Eds.). A proceedings publication of the International Academy of Business Disciplines.Also a conference presentation.

24.   Bøje, D. M. (2003).Oil Empire Strikes Back: Marketing Iraq Oil War Sequel. To appear in Business Research Yearbook Pp. 768-772. Vol. XJerry Biberman and Abbass Alkharaji (Eds.). A proceedings publication of the International Academy of Business Disciplines.

25.   Bøje, D. M. (2003). Oil Empire Strikes Back: U.S. Postmodern War with Iraq. To appear in Business Research Yearbook.Pp. 788-792. Vol. XJerry Biberman and Abbass Alkharaji (Eds.). A proceedings publication of the International Academy of Business Disciplines.

26.   Bøje, D. M. 2004a. Grotesque Method. Published in Proceedings (edited by Henri Savall, Marc Bonnet & Michel Peron) of First International Co-sponsored Conference, Research methods Division, Academy of Management: Crossing Frontiers in Quantitative and Qualitative Research methods. Vol. II pp. 1085-1114. Lyon France, Presentation March 19 2004; paper written February 1, 2004; revised Mar 11.

27.   Bøje, D. M. 2004b. Regenerating Ronald McDonald with the Method of Grotesque Realism. Published, pp. 752-756 Business Research Yearbook, Vol. XI 2004 edited by Carolyn Gardner, Jerry Biberman & Abbass Alkhafaji. Paper about the play, and the play presented in San Antonio Texas on Mar 26 2004

28.   Bøje, D. M. 2004c. The Play: “The Official Opening of McDonald’s in Baghdad: A Post Postmodernist Play on Future of Capitalism.” Published pp. 747-751, in Vol. XI 2004, Business Research Yearbook (2004) edited by Carolyn Gardner, Jerry Biberman & Abbass Alkhafaji. Play presented Mar 25 2004 in All Academy Symposium: Globalism and the future of capitalism; presentation in San Antonio Texas.

29.   Bøje, D. M. 2004d. Architectonics of McDonald’s Cohabitation with Wal-Mart: Critique of critical and mainstream theory and research perspectives. March 2 2004; Revised April 3 2004. Published in conference proceedings of Critical Perspectives on International Business Programme for Workshop, Durham Business School, UK; Paper presented Mon Apr 5 2004 in teleconference format

30.   Bøje, D. M. & Khadija Al Arkoubi. 2005. Toward a Dialogic System Theory (Note earlier version being replaced is Systems are Fictions: Getting Beyond System Metaphors to Aesthetics). P Standing Conference for Management & Organizational Inquiry (sc'MOI) Proceedings. Click here for copy of Proceedings paper

31.   Luhman, J. T. & Bøje, D. M., (2006). Bakhtin's Dialogic and the Research of Organizational Discourse. 7th International Conference on Organizational Discourse: Identity, Ideology and Ideosyncracy, Amersterdam, The Netherlands, July 26 to July 28.

32.   Bøje, D. M.& Al Arkoubi , K. 2005. Third Cybernetic Revolution: Beyond Open to Dialogic System Theories. Tamara Journal. Vol 4, 6. Click here for pre-publication draft.

33. Bøje, D. M. 2007. Bøje's Feminism: Parallel Storyability of Male Vietnam Veteran and Female Sweatshop Body Traumas, Standing Conference for Management and Organization Inquiry (sc'MOI Las Vegas 2007). Proceedings of Standing Conference for Management and Organization Inquiry.

34. Bøje. D. M. 2008. Excess of History and Dance of Narrative with Living Story Noticing. Standing Conference for Management and Organization Inquiry (sc'MOI Las Vegas 2008). Proceedings of Standing Conference for Management and Organization Inquiry.

35. Dr. Grace Ann Rosile (primary presenter), along with Dr. David Bøje and PhD student Joe Gladstone, have had a proposal accepted for presentation at the 2008 Governor Richardson’s Summit on Higher Education “Rising to the Challenge for Access and Student Success”. Accepted Aug, 2008

36.Bøje. D. M. 2--9. Radical Arts and Multicultural Antenarrative: Time and Space in New Mexico. April 2009 proceedings of Standing Conference for Management and Organization Inquiry,Electronic Proceedings edited by Donna Carlon. View pre-publication version

37. David Bøje and Grace Ann Rosile 2010 have had a paper accepted for proceedings publication and presentation at the 3rd international conference and doctoral consortium on organization development and change to be held at U. Jean Moulin, Lyon, France, on 14-16 June, 2010. The conference is sponsored by a partnership between ISEOR, the Organization Development and Change Division of the Academy of Management (USA), and the Management Consulting Division of the AOM. Their paper, co-authored with colleague Kurt Motamedi from Pepperdine University, is titled “Transorganization Networks and Storytelling as Material Agency for Tetranormalization” and includes discussion of Native American storytelling traditions with transorganizational implications. Bøje's paper click here

38. Bøje, D. M. 2011.A Subtler Quantum Physics for ‘Storytelling Organization’ Theory, Method Practice. Conference Proceedings of the Standing Conference For Management and Organizational Inquiry in Philadelphia, April 13-16, 2011. Editor Donna Carlon..  See preproceedings draft version.

39. Bøje, D. M. 2011.
Quantum Physics Implications of Storytelling for Socioeconomic Research Methods:
Experiences in Small Business Consulting Research from New Mexico State University. Paper presented to the International meeitng of Research Methods Division of Academy of Managment, in Lyon, France, June 15 2011. Published in the Proceedings of the conference. Click here for pre-publication pdf.

40. Bøje. D.M. (2012).. Ivy DuRant’s Heart-of-Care and ontological construction of answerability to take care of writing of a dissertation that was ahead-of-itself. Conference presentaitona nd proceedings publication for sc'MOI 2012 meeting. April 12th - 14t,: Providence, Rhode Island.

41. Massoud, J. A., & Bøje, D. M. (2012). Proceedings from Western Academy of Management Annual Conference 2012: An intertextual analysis: BP – Prudhoe Bay disaster in retrospect. La Jolla, CA: WAM.

42. Bøje, D. M. (2013). Games Workers Play in Middle School:A Dramaturgical Study of Quantum-Pragmatism. Proceedings for Standing Conference of Management and Organization Inquiry meeting in Alexandria VA, April. Click here for pre-publication pdf.

43. Bøje, D. M. (2013). Quantum Restorying of the PTSD Leviathan: Posthumanist, Critical New Materialisms of Wider Agentic-Trauma of Military and Civilian Bodis. Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Quantum Storytelling Conference, December 15-17, 2013, Las Cruces New Mexico. Click here for pre-publication pdf session handout for conference.

44. Bøje, D. M. (2014). Why I study critical materialist posthumanist storytelling?  Keynote talk, also submitted to Sc’MOI 2014 Proceedings for the April 10-12 conference in Philadelphia, on the theme: Reflexivity in Research: Why I Study What I Study. Pre-conference PDF here for word file. or here for PDF version.

45. Svane, M., & Boje, D. (2014). Merger strategy, cross-cultural involvement and polyphony. Between Cultures and Paradigms, IACCM 2014, University of Warwick, UK. Conference Proceeding. In review at: European Journal of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management. Click here for paper PDF

46. Svane, M., & Boje, D. (2015). Tamara land fractal change management - in between managerialist narrative and polyphonic living stories. Conference Proceedings of the Sc'Moi, Standing Conference for Management and Organizational Inquiry,April, 9-11 2015, Las Vegas. Click here fore pdf of paper

47. Flora, J.; Boje, D. M. Hacker, K.; Rosile, G.A. (2015). "Post-Deployment Family Reintegration and Embodied Restorying Practices: Theoretical Review and Practical Application" has been accepted for presentation at the National Cmmunication Association 101st Annual Convention, November 19-22, 2015 in Las Vegas. It is about the work NMSU is doing with military veterans and their families using storytelling and equine approaches.

48. Hacker, K. L.; Adelali, A.'Johnson, J; Boje, D. M. (2016). Accepted paper  "Analyzing Iranian Leaders’ Conflict Framing with Leximancer Automated Text Analysis" to be presented during:  "Top Papers in Political Communication" session at the NCA 102nd Annual Convention. Nov 10-13, 2016, Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA.

49. Boje, D. M. (2016) SLIDES SEAM’s ‘Storytelling Dialectical Method’ and the Failure of Appreciative Inquiry as a Scientific Method of Organizational Development and Change June 8 ODC Lyon Presentation Here is the paper for this event

50. Ross, John, Boje, D. M. (2015) Yesterday's Organizational Framework for Today's Culture of Fractal Systemicity. Proceedings, Academy of Management. Abstract. In a recent study of more than 2500 organizations in more than 90 countries it was found that organizations worldwide are struggling to engage 21st century employees. We contend that using yesterday’s organizational outlook of ‘whole systems’ is harming organizations in today’s hyper-connectivity and fractal organization. We contribute a systemicity approach, that builds on the work of Bakhtin and Morin. Systemicities theory explains people as contributing members to complex organizations. We propose that if organizations’ leaders and team members adopt this way of viewing the organization that their productivity will increase. We test this with Leximancer by reviewing more than 1000 reviews from America’s top companies and the worst companies to work for. We then discuss how this applies to the workplace and how moving towards a culture of systemicity will increase perceived organizational support, improve productivity and profitability. http://proceedings.aom.org/content/2015/1/19053.short