Management, Queensland University of Technology,
Brisbane, Australia. He is the co-editor of the
Business Innovation and Disruption in Creative
Industries book series (Edward Elgar). He also
serves on the editorial board of Journal of Media
Business Studies and has published twelve books
and over 70 academic papers and book chapters.
Professor DeFillippi has published in a range of
leading journals, including Academy of Management
Review, California Management Review, Journal
of Organizational Behavior, Organization Studies,
Regional Studies, and Research Policy. His primary
areas of project scholarship include project-based
organizing, project networks, project learning, and
project-based careers. Dr. DeFillippi received his MA,
M.Phil., and PhD in Organization Studies from Yale
University, New Haven., Connecticut, USA. He can
be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jörg Sydow is a Professor of Management at the
School of Business & Economics at Freie Universität
Berlin. He is a founding co-editor of two leading German journals, Managementforschung and
Industrielle Beziehunge – The German Journal of
Industrial Relations, and a member of the editorial
review boards of Organization Studies, Academy
of Management Journal, Academy of Management
Review, Journal of Management Studies, and The
Scandinavian Journal of Management. Two of his most
recent books are: Managing and Working in Project
Society (Cambridge University Press, co-authored by
R.A. Lundin, N. Arvidsson, T. Brady, E. Ekstedt, & C.
Midler) and Managing Inter-organizational Relations
(Palgrave Macmillan, co-authored by E. Schüßler &
G. Müller-Seitz). He is currently also the director of
the Research Unit “Organized Creativity,” sponsored
by the German Research Foundation (DFG). For more
information visit: http://www.wiwiss.fu-berlin.de/en/
fachbereich/bwl/management/sydow/ index.html. He
can be contacted at email@example.com
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