36th ISPSO Annual Meeting in New York City, USA

24th-30th June 2019
Annual Meeting & Symposium



Join us to explore the polarities of today's organizations and the society in which they are embedded, both on and below the surface.

Perspectives on polarities: thinking below the surface

We live in a world in which ways of thinking and acting, and how we identify with them, seem more polarized. How we identify ourselves in the systems in
which we live and work is loaded with meaning. The possibility of holding more than one point of view in mind is often challenged and can result in our splitting to support polarized views. These polarities can accentuate and accelerate isolation and distance among individuals and groups, or result in strong
individual and group purpose and association, making it difficult to coexist, find meaning and navigate an increasingly connected world. Join us to explore the
polarities of today’s organizations and the society in which they are embedded, both on and below the surface.

Venue: Manhattan School of Music

120 Claremont Avenue (on New York City's Upper West Side)
MSM was founded in 1917-1918 as one of the world’s leading music conservatories, specializing in classical, jazz and musical theater.


We  hope to have inexpensive dormitory-room accommodation (pending negotiations). Details soon.

Tentative Dates:

August/September 2018 - Call for Paper and PDW submissions
December 2018 - Paper abstracts and PDW proposals due
March 2019 - Submission Acceptance/Notification

2019 AM Committee:

Anastasia Tsoy
Debbie Bing
Elizabeth Neustadt
Jeffrey Axelbank
Mal O’Connor
Marc Maltz



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