Klein Seminar at NHH

20 February 2009 at 6:03 am 7 comments

| Lasse Lien |

Monday will be a big day at the Norwegian School of Ecomics and Business Administation. P. G. Klein will give a seminar under the title “Putting Entreprenurship Into Organization and Strategy Research.” Not only will he give a seminar, but we shall have the pleasure of his company from Sunday until Wednesday. If Peter’s blogging frequency goes down early next week it will be because he’s having such a good time here, and if it goes up, it will be because he is so inspired by being here.

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7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Warren Miller  |  20 February 2009 at 10:00 am

    Wow. Sounds like a two-fer, Lasse.

    I love Peter’s title. Sounds like a home run.

    Any chance of making a .wmv or similar file? Not YouTube stuff, mind you, though that would be a good hook.

    I, for one, would l gladly pay to watch it! Peter is just a terrific colleague. A-1 in every respect.

  • 2. Lasse  |  20 February 2009 at 10:33 am

    Warren, I completely agree with your rating. I’ll have to talk to Peter’s agent about whether its possible to make a wmv file. If not, maybe he can be convinced to put out his slides here at O&M.

  • 3. Peter Klein  |  20 February 2009 at 10:55 am

    I’m inspired just thinking about it!

    Warren, I’m happy to post the slides, after they come into existence. :-)

  • 4. Rafe Champion  |  22 February 2009 at 2:49 pm

    What if his blogging frequency is unchanged?

  • 5. Warren Miller  |  22 February 2009 at 3:20 pm

    That just means he’s a multi-tasker who can do it across eight time zones, Rafe. That’s small potatoes for a man of Peter’s talents.

  • 6. Peter Klein  |  23 February 2009 at 3:32 am

    Lasse didn’t mention another possibility, namely that my blogging frequency goes down because the #&%*!|(%! power supply on my laptop dies!

    Oh well, you know what they say, power supplies tend to corrupt, and absolute power supplies corrupt absolutely.

  • 7. Lasse  |  23 February 2009 at 4:19 am

    OK, I admit I sabotaged the power supply to avoid the outcome I didn’t cover. Indirectly it was Rafe who forced me to do it….

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