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Inside the Atelier 

This is a series of workshops on the craft of qualitative research.  Join our mailing list or follow us on Twitter or LinkedIn to receive sign up information for our events.


To access the recordings and resources from past workshops please scroll down 


We welcome suggestions for workshops! Please note that we plan well ahead and we are a team of volunteers, so it might take time before we can incorporate any ideas.  In organizing our activities, we strive to follow our ethos, treasure diversity, and be inclusive of various approaches and profiles. 

Upcoming workshops


28 May 2024, 10 am EST / 4pm CET 

Conducting Research with Vulnerable Populations

Trish Ruebottom

DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University

Madeline Toubiana

Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa

Past workshops & resources

23 April 2024, 10am EST / 4pm CETCultivating Discovery in Our TheorizingKaren Golden-Biddle (Questrom School of Business, Boston University)

27 February 2024, 5pm CET / 8am PST / 11am EST, Writing a Review Article: Conversation with Authors and Editor, Marya Besharov (Saïd Business School, University of Oxford), Giada Baldessarelli (Stockholm School of Economics), and Pedro Monteiro (Copenhagen Business School)

21 November 2023, 8:30am EST / 2:30pm CET, Two Heads are Better Than One: The Magic of Collaboration in Conducting and Analyzing InterviewsErin Reid (DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University) and Lakshmi Ramarajan (Harvard Business School)

31 October 2023, 10:30am EDT / 3:30pm CET / 2:30pm GMT, At Home Ethnography for Organizational Change: The Case of UK Financial ServicesDaniel Beunza (Bayes Business School) 

26 September 2023, 15:30 - 17:00 CEST / 9:30 - 11:00 ED, Qualitative Methods Help Desk: B.Y.O.Q. (Bring Your Own Questions)Sarah Kaplan (Rotman School of Management) and Arvind Karunakaran (Stanford University)

April 25 2023 at 11am EST / 5pm CET, Observant Participation: Roles, Risks, RewardsAshley Mears (Boston University), Josh Seim (Boston College) and Pat Reilly (UBC Sauder School of Business)

28 March 2023, 8am PST / 5pm CET, From What Happened, To What Happens: Microhistorical Analysis in Management ResearchAndrew Hargadon (UC Davis Graduate School of Management) and Daniel Wadhwani (USC Marshall School of Business)

28 February 2023, 5pm CET / 8am PST, Doing Domain AnalysisMartha Feldman (University of California, Irvine) and Kathrin Sele (Aalto University, School of Business)

23 January 2023, 9-10:30 EST / 15-16:30 CET, Craft & quality in academic writingNinna Meier (Aalborg University) 

29 November 2022, 9-10:30 EST (15-16:30 CET), Process Research MethodsHans Berends (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) 

25 October 2022, 9-10:30 EST (15-16:30 CET), Moving from data to analysis to manuscriptSarah Kaplan (Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto) 

27 September 2022, 12-13:30 EST (18-19:30 CET),  Intersecting Methods: Amplifying Participant Reflexivity by Combining Diaries and Interviews, Charis Asante-Agyei and Ingrid Erickson (Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies), Melissa Mazmanian (University of California, Irvine) and Margaret Jack (Digital Life Initiative at Cornell Tech)

22 March 2022, 15-16:30 CET, Ethnographic FieldnotesRuthanne Huising (emlyon business school) and Susan Silbey (MIT)

19 October 2021, 11-12:30 EST (17-18:30 CET), Writing and reflexivity: A way forward to better and more productive writing in academiaCharlotte Cloutier (HEC Montréal)

23 September 2021, 11-12:30 EST (17-18:30 CEST),  Writing a monograph dissertation in a business school, Eliana Crosina (Babson College), Julia DiBenigno (Yale School of Management) and Madeline Toubiana (Alberta School of Business)

9 June 2021, 10am EST/ 16h CET, Translating the field: qualitative research across languageMaria Do Mar Pareira (University of Warwick)

20 April 2021, 9am EST/ 15h CET, The Art of Reviewing: Constructing Constructive Reviews, Lisa E. Cohen (McGill University)

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