Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

2015 | PhD, Organizational Analysis, University of Alberta (Nov. 17, 2015)

2008 | MBA, International Business Specialization, University of Alberta, 2008

2004 | Graduate Diploma in Education with Greatest Distinction (Gold Medal): Guidance and Counseling, Brandon University

1993 | Bachelor of Music with Greatest Distinction (Honorable Mention for a Silver Medal), Brandon University

ACADEMIC AWARDS (selected)

  • Feb. 2012 | School of Business Graduate Teaching Award, University of Alberta
  • Sept. 2010-12 | President’s Doctoral Prize of Distinction, University of Alberta (2-year award)
  • 2010-12 | SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship (2-year award)
  • 2009-10 | Business PhD Award, Business PhD Scholarship, Provost Doctoral Entrance Award, University of Alberta, Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship – Doctoral Level (Jan-Apr 2009), University of Alberta
  • 2008-09 | Business PhD Award, Provost Doctoral Entrance Award, Faculty Fund Grant, and SunLife PhD Fellowship, University of Alberta
  • 1993 | Certificate of Honorable Mention for a Silver Medal in Piano Performance, Brandon University

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

Instructor

  • 2011-12 | Instructor, Fall Term, SMO 301: Behavior in Organizations (Bachelor level); Winter Term, SMO 686: Strategic Management in the Arts (MBA level), University of Alberta
  • 2010 | Instructor, Winter Term, SMO 641: Business Strategy, Fort McMurray MBA, University of Alberta
  • 2001 | Sessional Instructor, Fall Term, Brandon University
  • 1998-99 | Sessional Instructor, Fall/Winter Term, Brandon University
  • 1992-2002 | Associate Piano & Theory Instructor, Eckhardt-Gramatté Conservatory, Brandon University

Research and Teaching Assistant

  • 2008-14 | Research Assistant, including for Dr. Roy Suddaby and Dr. William Foster (SSHRC Project – The management of corporate social memory: The role of the historian/archivist), and for Dr. Roy Suddaby, in association with the Rozsa Foundation, University of Alberta
  • 2008-11 | Teaching Assistant, for Profs. Dr. David Deephouse (International Business), Dr. Roy Suddaby (Strategy & Organization, Corporate Sustainability, The Manager as Strategist – MBA and EMBA), University of Alberta

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

PUBLICATIONS

Peer Reviewed

Suddaby, R., Ganzin, M., & Minkus, A. (2018). Craft, magic and the re-enchantment of the world. In S. Siebert (Ed.), Management research: European perspectives (pp. 41-72). New York, NY: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Management-Research-European-Perspectives-1st-Edition/Siebert/p/book/9781138721463

Suddaby, R., Ganzin, M., & Minkus, A. (2017, June). Craft, magic and the re-enchantment of the world. European Management Journal, 35(3), 285-296. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emj.2017.03.009

Shymko, Y., & Minkus, A. (2017). The conundrum of power: Sintering structural and relational perspectives in business and arts organizations. In E. Raviola and P. Zackariasson (Eds.), Arts and business: Building a common ground for understanding current society (pp. 163-175). New York, NY: Routledge. https://www.amazon.ca/Arts-Business-Understanding-Industries-Management-ebook/dp/B01M10FFW2

Foster, W., Suddaby, R., Minkus, A., & Wiebe, E. (2011). History as social memory assets: The example of Tim Hortons. Management & Organizational History, 6(1), 101-120. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1744935910387027

Dissertation

Minkus, A. C. (2015). Maintaining the institutional core: A case study of disruption and repair at the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (1842–2012). Retrieved from ERA: Education and Research Archive. https://era.library.ualberta.ca/items/12bb2e32-67fa-4305-b6ac-ca03b2d18354

Editing

Article/Chapter Submissions (Business)

  • Academy of Management Proceedings (AOM)
  • Academy of Management Journal (AOM)
  • Administrative Science Quarterly (SAGE)
  • Business Ethics Quarterly (Cambridge)
  • European Management Review (Wiley-Blackwell)
  • Gender, Work & Organization (Wiley-Blackwell)
  • International Journal of Management Reviews (Wiley-Blackwell)
  • Organization Studies (SAGE)

Article/Chapter Submissions (Music)

  • Ad Parnassum Studies (Bologna: Ut Orpheus)
  • Ad Parnassum (Bologna: Ut Orpheus)
  • Göttingen Studies in Musicology (Hildesheim, Germany: Georg Olms-Verlag)
  • Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft (Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Rodopi-Brill)
  • Locatelli and the Violin Bravura Tradition (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols)
  • Music and Power in the Baroque Era (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols)
  • TranscUlturAl: A Journal of Translation and Cultural Studies (University of Alberta, Canada)

Other Documents

  • Theses/dissertations (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Academic promotion documents
  • Websites

Reviewing    

  • European Management Journal (2015 – )
  • Management & Organizational History (2015)
  • Western Academy of Management Conference 2013 (Santa Fe, USA)
  • Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference 2012 (St. John’s, NF, Canada)
  • Academy of Management Conference 2012 (Boston, USA)
  • Academy of Management Conference 2011 (San Antonio, USA)
  • Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference 2011 (Montreal, QC, Canada)
  • Academy of Management Conference 2010 (Montreal, QC, Canada)
  • Academy of Management Conference 2009 (Chicago, USA)

Committees  

  • Student Technology Advisory Council, Student Rep., University of Alberta (Sept. 2011 – Aug. 2012)
  • Business PhD Policy Committee, Student Rep., University of Alberta (Sept. 2008-Aug. 2011)
  • Business PhD Conference, Organizing Committee Member, University of Alberta (Oct. 2009)

CONFERENCES AND INVITED TALKS (selected)

Presenter (refereed)

  • July 2015 | 31st EGOS Colloquium (European Group of Organization Studies); paper presentation; A permanent home: Maintenance and disruption at the New York Philharmonic (Sub-theme 58: Space and Materiality in Organizations); Athens, Greece.
  • Aug. 9, 2013 | 2013 AOM Annual Meeting (Academy of Management); Discussant – Arts Management in a Global Context: complexities involving the state, third and private sectors (with Distinguished Speakers: Jaime Ruiz-Gutierrez, U. de los Andes; Tania Casado, U. of Sao Paulo; Presenter: Robyn Keast; Southern Cross U.; Discussants: Kerry Brown, Southern Cross U.; Veronica Vecchi, SDA Bocconi; Luca De Leonardis, Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Australia Inc.; Alessandro Hinna, Tor Vergata U.; and Narasimhan Srinivasan, U. of Connecticut; Coordinator: Benjamin Stuart Rodney Farr-Wharton, Southern Cross U.; Facilitator: Siegrid Guillaumon, Catholic U. of Brasília); PNP (Public and Not-for-Profit) Professional Development Workshop; Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA
  • Sept.  2011 | ABC Workshop ‘Organizing Institutions: Studying the emergence of new practices’; paper presentation (The Maintenance of Institutions: The case of the New York Philharmonic; candidacy document, sole author); Boston, USA
  • Aug. 13, 2011 | 2011 AOM Annual Meeting (Academy of Management); paper presentation (candidacy document); at the PNP (Public and Not-for-Profit) Doctoral Student Consortium (sole author); San Antonio, USA
  • July 2010 | 26th EGOS Colloquium (European Group of Organization Studies); paper presentation; Art, Commerce and the Nation State: Cultural Entrepreneurship and Institutional Change (co-author, Roy Suddaby); Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Aug. 2010 | 2010 AOM Annual Meeting; paper presentation; The Institution and the Individual: Case History of the Canadian Pacific Railway and Canadian Art (sole author); Montreal, Canada
  • Mar. 27, 2010 | International Association for Business and Society Conference; discussion idea: Deconstructing Isomorphism: Assessing the relative influence of national and corporate culture (co-author, Roy Suddaby); Banff, Canada

Conference Sessions (not refereed)

  • June 2012 | 55th Annual Conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada; St. John’s, NF, Canada (session discussant; Organizational Theory Division)
  • July 2011 | 54th Annual Conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada; Montreal, Canada (session chair; Organizational Theory Division)

Participant (not refereed)

  • Apr 28-9, 2014 | Leadership Nouveau; HEC Montreal presents a conference on new ideas and strategies in the management of art and culture for the 21st century; livestreaming, from New York City, USA
  • Aug 3-7, 2012 | Academy of Management Conference; Boston, USA

Invited Talks (refereed)

  • Jan. 19, 2010 | Frei aber einsam (‘free but alone’). An ecological perspective of individual and institution; Enterprise Square, Edmonton, AB; preamble to a 4th concert (of a series of 6) of the Enterprise Quartet, a project funded by the Killam Cornerstone Foundation, the Emil Skarin Foundation – Senate Office, the Faculty of Arts, and the Department of Music, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE

  • 2001 – present | Owner, Coll’Arte Productions; Concert Management/Web Design
  • 2001 – 03 | Administrative Officer and Touring Coordinator; Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition, School of Music, Brandon University
  • 2001 – 03 | Founder, Editor and Reporter, School of Music Newsletter; Brandon University
  • 1986 – 2003 | Piano Accompanist and Coach, School of Music, Brandon University

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