People

Professor Martyna Sliwa

Professor
EBS - Management and Marketing
Professor Martyna Sliwa

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Language and multilinguality in organisations

Open to supervise

Migration

Open to supervise

Mobility and careers

Open to supervise

Intersectionality

Open to supervise

Critical management education

Open to supervise

The use of Literary fiction in studying organizations

Open to supervise

Self-initiated expatriates

Organisational diversity

Linguistic diversity

Inclusion in organisations

Conferences and presentations

The joy, the stress, the entertainment: A stakeholder perspective on interlingual translation in multinational companies

Invited presentation, Keynote presentation, International GEM&L Conference, Sheffield, United Kingdom, 4/6/2019

Intersectionality and linguistic diversity

Invited presentation, Keynote presentation, Diversity Conference on Intersectionality, Copenhagen, Denmark, 21/3/2018

Holding your own in a liquidised normality: The sociological imaginations and society-shaping by new (extra)ordinary characters

Invited presentation, Keynote presentation, 23rd Storytelling Seminar, Wandsworth, United Kingdom, 16/2/2018

?liwa, M. and Ciuk, S. (2017) Positive consequences of language asymmetries in MNC subsidiaries, European Group for Organization Studies Colloquium, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Copenhagen, Denmark, 2017

‘They expect everything to be in the English standard’: Effects of evaluations of non-native English speaking staff in linguistically diverse organisations

Invited presentation, Keynote presentation, Critical Management Studies Doctoral Conference, Montpellier, France, 3/4/2014

Grandy, G. and ?liwa, M. (2014) Im all things to all people so that I can save some: The possibilities of contemplative leadership, European Group for Organization Studies Colloquium, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Rotterdam, Netherlands, 2014

?liwa, M. and Johansson, M. (2014) A British academic, only with a different accent: The stigmatization of non-native English speakers in Anglophone organizational contexts, European Group for Organization Studies Colloquium, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Rotterdam, Netherlands, 2014

?liwa, M. (2014) They expect everything to the in the English standard: Effects of evaluations of non-native English speaking staff in linguistically diverse organisations, Keynote presentation at the Doctoral Symposium organised by the University of Montpellier, France.

Montpellier, France, 2014

Jeanes, E., Loacker, B. and ?liwa, M. (2013) Power and inequality in researcher collaboration: Reflections from the field, Critical Management Studies Conference, Manchester, UK.

Manchester, United Kingdom, 2013

?liwa, M. and Sørensen, B.M. (2013) The new spirit of the classroom: A quest for dissensus and equality, Humanities and Social Sciences in Management Education, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Copenhagen, Denmark, 2013

Loacker, B. and ?liwa, M. (2012) Living in transition: conceptualising the mobile middle through exploring academic and artistic practices of organising work, career and self, Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism, Barcelona, Spain.

Barcelona, Spain, 2012

Johansson, M. and ?liwa, M. (2012) Changing the composition of UK academia? A structuration perspective on the employment of foreign faculty, European Group for Organization Studies Colloquium, Helsinki, Finland.

Helsinki, Finland, 2012

?liwa, M. and Johansson, M. (2011) Meritocracy and intersectionality at work: Foreign women academics in UK business schools European Group for Organization Studies Colloquium, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Gothenburg, Sweden, 2011

?liwa, M., Cairns, G. and Meier Sørensen, B. (2011) Employing literary fiction in Critical Management Education: An empirical study, Critical Management Studies Conference, Naples, Italy.

Naples, Italy, 2011

Johansson, M. and ?liwa, M. (2010) Transnational female academics in UK Higher Education: Institutional changes and individual realities, Work, Employment and Society Conference, Brighton, United Kingdom.

Brighton, United Kingdom, 2010

?liwa, M. and Johansson, M. (2010) Multilingually competent or linguistically stranded? European Group for Organization Studies Colloquium, Lisbon, Portugal.

Lisbon, Portugal, 2010

Johansson, M. and ?liwa, M. (2010) A double-glazed ceiling? Experiences of foreign female academics in UK business schools, European Group for Organization Studies Colloquium, Lisbon, Portugal.

Lisbon, Portugal, 2010

?liwa, M. (2009) Wishing to make a difference: Reflections upon experiences of teaching IB critically, Critical Management Studies Conference, Warwick University, United Kingdom.

Coventry, United Kingdom, 2009

Riach, K. and ?liwa, M. (2009) Making scents of transition: Smellscapes and the everyday in old and new Urban Poland, European Group for Organization Studies Colloquium, Barcelona, Spain.

Barcelona, Spain, 2009

Cairns, G., ?liwa, M. and Wright, G. (2008) Developing the stakeholder perspective in international business education through application of phron?sis and scenario thinking, Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy Conference, Australia, 2008

Cairns, G., ?liwa, M. and Wright, G. (2008) Problematising international business futures through scenario thinking and phronetic inquiry, British Academy of Management Conference, Harrogate, United Kingdom.

Harrogate, United Kingdom, 2008

?liwa, M. (2008) Postsocialist transformation of the city and the society, European Group for Organization Studies Colloquium, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2008

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Business Strategy (BE431)

  • International Management (BE489)

Previous supervision

Alison Margaret Clarke
Alison Margaret Clarke
Thesis title: Treading the (Corporate) Board: A Critical Analysis of Organisational Diversity Discourse
Degree subject: Management Studies
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 23/7/2020
Jan Wilcox
Jan Wilcox
Thesis title: The Incredibles: Investigating What It Is Like to be a Portfolio Worker.
Degree subject: Management Studies
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 3/7/2019
Saranzaya Manalsuren
Saranzaya Manalsuren
Thesis title: An Ethnographic Investigation Into Mongolian Management in the Context of Cultural and Institutional Changes
Degree subject: Management Studies
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 23/6/2017
Mihaela Iordache
Mihaela Iordache
Degree subject: Management Studies
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy

Publications

Journal articles (1)

Jeanes, E., Loacker, B. and Sliwa, M., (2018). Revisiting struggles over gender inequalities: An account of three academics. Management (France). 21 (3), 1100-1102

Grants and funding

2016

Exploring Gendered Inclusion in Contemporary Organisations

Economic & Social Research Council

Contact

martyna.sliwa@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 873491

Location:

EBS.3.89, Colchester Campus