The Centre for Knowledge in Organisations and Professions (CKOP) brings together academics, practitioners and policymakers with an interest in understanding the importance of knowledge and learning in organisations and professions.
Join us on Monday 1 April at 10am for a workshop of discussion, reflection and creating, where anyone interested in the interface between leadership, organisational learning and ethics is welcome.
This conference will explore possibilities for revitalising management and organisation studies by developing more empowering ways of doing research. The conference will take place on 29-30 May 2019 at The Open University in Milton Keynes.
This unconference will discuss the ethical responsibilities of professionals in a climate of uncertainty and will take place in Camden at the The Open University in London, on 5 June 2019.
‘What is the Future of Professional Knowledge and Learning?’ An Unconference
Wednesday 13 June 2018, London
This unconference was open to anyone interested in the future of professional work. The purpose was to facilitate discussions that might lead to new working relationships and projects in this area.Summary of event Unconference wiki
Research Development Day
14th June 2018
The Open University, Milton Keynes
This event included talks from invited guests: Ann Cunliffe Professor of Organisation Studies, Fundação Getulio Vargas-EAESP, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Staffan Furusten Associate Professor of Management, Stockholm School of Economics and Director of the interdisciplinary Stockholm Centre for Organisational Research (SCORE), Stockholm University, Sweden; Hilary Sommerlad Professor of Law and Social Justice, University of Leeds, UK