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Natalie is a Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour, Theory and Technology at The York Management School. She holds a PhD in Organisation, Work and Technology from Lancaster University Management School. Before joining the University of York, Natalie was a Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at York St John University.
Natalie's research interests are in taking ethnographic approaches to understanding the constitutive role of sociomaterialities centred on technology and workspace in the organisation of work in the digital era, particularly in the context of mobile consultancy practice.
'Organising with Blackberry Messenger: Work and Non-Work Boundaries as Sociomaterial Accomplishments in the Context of Mobile Consultancy Practice'.
'On the organisation of workspace and the immobility of knowledge workers in consultancy practice'.
Selected Conference Papers:
Paleothodoros, N. (2015) 'Making Spacing? Examining space and materiality as on-going accomplishments in the context of mobile consultancy practice'; 31st EGOS Colloquium, Athens, Greece.
Paleothodoros, N. (2014) 'Organising with Blackberry Messenger: Re-imagining work and non-work boundaries in the context of mobile consultancy practice'; 30th EGOS Colloquium, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Paleothodoros, N (2012) 'Technology, space and mobile consulting'; 30th Standing Conference on Organisational Symbolism, Barcelona, Spain.