Fall Distinguished Lecture: Dr. Janet Fulk Presents "Lessons from Pelicans: Multilevel Theorizing for the Expertise Economy"

Starts:
4:00 pm on Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Ends:
5:00 pm on Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Location:
213 Bay State Road (Hillel House), Castle/Bay State Room (4th floor)
The recent proliferation of multilevel models and research in management-related fields provides a stimulus for enriching our understanding of organizational phenomena that have not previously been conceptualized as primarily multilevel in nature. One such concept is expertise. In an “expertise economy” where crowds are wise and organizational technology such as enterprise social media offer glimpses into how collective knowledge can be a harnessed, what is multilevel expertise? Drawing on evolutionary theory, Dr. Janet Fulk (Professor of Communication in the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Professor of Management & Organization in the USC Marshall School of Business) builds a model of multilevel expertise and suggests how research can address the cross-level and multilevel processes involved in the communication and practice of multilevel expertise in organizations.