Critical Reorientations of Organisation and Society

A critical thinking research interest group

CROS members are united in their commitment to explore areas of work, organisational and economic life that are often overlooked. In particular we seek to challenge aspects of organisational life (broadly defined) that are taken for granted, that may deliberately or inadvertently privilege some stakeholders while marginalising other important voices.

Our members are inspired by a number of theoretical and academic traditions, including labour process, industrial relations and critical management studies. Our main research themes are:

  • Critical Management Studies, including post-colonial and feminist studies of management and organisation
  • Diversity, discrimination and inequality in work and economic life
  • Overlooked organisational phenomena, including bodies at work, aesthetics and domestic violence

Group members

  • Prue Burns, RMIT
  • Tal Fitzpatrick, Craftivist and academic
  • Kirti Mishra, Indian Institute of Management Udaipur
  • Cristina Neesham, Swinburne University
  • Andi Pekarek, University of Melbourne
  • Amanda Sinclair, University of Melbourne
  • John Thrasher, Lecturer in Philosophy at Monash

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Contact us

If you would like to know more about CROS and its activities, please email us as buseco-cros@monash.edu.