Minna Logemann

Minna Logemann

Email: minna.logemann@baruch.cuny.edu
Phone: (646) 312-3720
Location: VC 8240

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Minna Logemann received her doctoral degree (D. Sc. Econ.) in international business communication from the Aalto University, School of Business in Helsinki 2014, the largest university in Finland (20,000 students), and accredited AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA. She joins Baruch as Assistant Professor of Global Corporate Communication from Aalto University where she holds a position of Professor of Practice at the Department of Management, Unit of Organizational Communication since 2014. She has been teaching undergraduate and graduate students (Aalto University School of Business) as well as business leaders (Aalto Executive Education) in Finland and internationally. She contributes to a research program aimed at publishing in peer-reviewed research journals; her current publication manuscripts in review process focus on strategic changes in pluralistic organizations and on exploring the role of communication as basis for managerial sensegiving, organizational sensemaking and identitities. She is interested in viewing communication as constitutive in modern organizations, in organizing work and micro-level practices – fluid teams, virtuality of work and blurred organizational boundaries in reputation management are phenomena at the core of her research interest.

Prior her doctoral studies Professor Logemann worked for 20 years as a practitioner in communication positions in Finland, the UK and in the USA. She started her doctoral studies while she was working in the position of Senior Vice President, Corporate Communication and Investor Relations in a multinational corporation. Her business experience comprises public and private industrial companies as well as public relations and advertising agencies; and she has held responsibilities in corporate communications, marketing communications, investor relations, media relations, internal communication, crisis management, and corporate sustainability.

Professor Logemann’s research and teaching has been acknowledged by awards including “Highly Commended Paper” in 2016 by Emerald Group Publishing Limited for the article Logemann, M. and Piekkari, R. (2015). Localize or local lies? The power of language and translation in the multinational corporation, critical perspectives on international business, 11(1), pp. 30 – 53; Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation of 2015 by the Association for Business Communication (ABC); Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation Paper 2015 by EDAMBA (European Doctoral Programs Association in Management and Business Administration); and Emerald Innovation Award at 2017 International Business Pedagogy Workshops, Georgia State University Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER).

Recent publications:

Logemann, M. and Piekkari, R. (2015). Localize or local lies? The power of language and translation in the multinational corporation, critical perspectives on international business, 11(1), pp. 30 – 53.

Järventie-Thesleff, R., Logemann, M., Piekkari, R. and Tienari, J. (2016). Roles and identity work in ‘at-home’ ethnography, Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 5(3), pp. 235-257.

Recent reviewer jobs:

Membership in the Doctoral Thesis Proposal Committee 2017 at the Department of Management, The Corporate Communication Section, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University, Denmark; Principal supervisor: Constance Kampf, MGMT; Academy of Management Conference paper proposals.

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