Dr Lara PecisLecturer in Organisation Studies
My research interests are in the areas of Science and Technology Studies (STS), Innovation and Gender Studies. My work is informed by a number of theoretical perspectives, including sociomaterial and practice-based approaches, agential realism, and post-structural feminism. My most recent research investigates the role of mobile technologies in organizations and their effects on employees’ behaviour and well-being.
I hold a PhD in Organisation and Human Resource Management from Warwick Business School, and a Laurea Specialistica in Sociology from the Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca.
I am currently involved in teaching OWT.222 Managing People and OWT.226 Management and Information Technology
PhD Supervision Interests
I would be particularly interested to supervise PhD students in the areas of materiality and organisations, gender and diversity, technologies in the workplace, innovation processes.
Groups and teams at work
Contu, A., Pecis, L. 28/02/2017 In: Introducing organizational behaviour and management. Cengage Learning ISBN: 9781473726642.
Doing and undoing gender in innovation: femininities and masculinities in innovation processes
Pecis, L. 11/2016 In: Human Relations. 69, 11, p. 2117-2140. 24 p.
Organizational multi-sited ethnography: challenges and strategies in management research
Pecis, L. 01/2014