Dr Marjana Johansson

  • Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour (Management)

telephone: 0141 330 7527
email: Marjana.Johansson@glasgow.ac.uk

Biography

Marjana joined the Adam Smith Business School as a Senior Lecturer in January 2018. Before that she worked in the business school at the University of Essex. She has also taught at Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki and at Stockholm School of Economics, where she did her PhD. Prior to doing her PhD, Marjana worked in Adult Education, in the small business sector, and as a management training consultant. 


Research interests

Marjana is a member of the School's Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour research cluster.

Areas of expertise:

  • Gender and diversity in organisations
  • Multilingualism in organisations
  • Academic work and careers
  • Organising cultural production with a focus on festivals

Grants

  • 2013: The Swedish Cultural Foundation, £9,348
  • 2011: The Work Foundation, £21,000 (co-investigator) 
  • 2009: The Swedish Cultural Foundation, £10,455

Supervision

Marjana welcomes qualitative proposals related to the following broad topics and approaches:

  • Gender and diversity
  • Women’s careers
  • Spatial perspectives on organisations
  • Work in the creative industries
  • Ethnographic and visual methods

Current supervision

Jayne Cottee (University of Essex)
Civil Society Organizations and Food Poverty: A Case Study of the Borough of Islington

Feier Wang
Women’s views on leadership in Chinese Higher Education Institutions

Completed supervision

Fran Hyde
Death, dying and ‘difficult marketing’: An ethnographic study of marketing at an English hospice

Magdalena Twardowska
Dashed hopes and bruised egos’: Professional identity in investment banking in the context of the 2008 financial crisis

Sarah Warnes
Exploring the lived dimension of organisational space: An ethnographic study of an English cathedral

Sarah Yates (née Watts) 
Exploring the lived experience of stress amongst female police managers


Teaching

  • Organisational behaviour
  • Managing diversity
  • Management in the creative industries

Additional information

Fellow of HEA


Publications

List by: Type | Date

Jump to: 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2012 | 2011 | 2009 | 2007
Number of items: 18.

2019

Johansson, M. and Jones, S. (2019) Interlopers in class: A duoethnography of working-class women academics. Gender, Work and Organization, (doi:10.1111/gwao.12398) (Early Online Publication)

Johansson, M. (2019) City festivals and festival cities. In: Knowles, R. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to International Theatre Festivals. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (Accepted for Publication)

2018

Johansson, M. (2018) The ladder of opportunity and other myths of meritocracy debunked. Organization, (doi:10.1177/1350508418784394) [Book Review] (Early Online Publication)

Yates, S., Riach, K. and Johansson, M. (2018) Stress at work, gendered dys-appearance and the broken body in policing. Gender, Work and Organization, 25(1), pp. 91-105. (doi:10.1111/gwao.12179)

2017

Johansson, M. (2017) Performing diversity at festivals. In: Making Sense of Arts Management: Research, Cases and Practices. Sibelius Academy: Helsinki, pp. 92-98. ISBN 9789523290853

Johansson, M. and Toraldo, M. L. (2017) ‘From mosh pit to posh pit’: Festival imagery in the context of the boutique festival. Culture and Organization, 23(3), pp. 220-237. (doi:10.1080/14759551.2015.1032287)

2016

Adamson, M. and Johansson, M. (2016) Compositions of professionalism in counselling work: An embodied and embedded intersectionality framework. Human Relations, 69(12), pp. 2201-2223. (doi:10.1177/0018726716639118)

Johansson, M. and Śliwa, M. (2016) ‘It is English and there is no alternative’: intersectionality, language and social/organizational differentiation of Polish migrants in the UK. Gender, Work and Organization, 23(3), pp. 296-309. (doi:10.1111/gwao.12049)

Johansson, M. (2016) ”Vi syns, vi märks, vi tar plats”: om hur festivaler skapar rum (a spatial perspective on festivals). In: Silvanto, S. (ed.) Festivaalien Suomi (Festivals in Finland). Cupore: Helsinki, pp. 44-48.

Luonila, M., Suomi, K. and Johansson, M. (2016) Creating a stir: the role of word of mouth in reputation management in the context of festivals. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 16(4), pp. 461-483. (doi:10.1080/15022250.2015.1113646)

2015

Śliwa, M. and Johansson, M. (2015) Playing in the academic field: Non-native English-speaking academics in UK business schools. Culture and Organization, 21(1), pp. 78-95. (doi:10.1080/14759551.2013.828725)

2014

Śliwa, M. and Johansson, M. (2014) How non-native English-speaking staff are evaluated in linguistically diverse organizations: A sociolinguistic perspective. Journal of International Business Studies, 45(9), pp. 1133-1151. (doi:10.1057/jibs.2014.21)

Śliwa, M. and Johansson, M. (2014) The discourse of meritocracy contested/reproduced: Foreign women academics in UK business schools. Organization, 21(6), pp. 821-843. (doi:10.1177/1350508413486850)

Johansson, M. and Śliwa, M. (2014) Gender, foreignness and academia: an intersectional analysis of the experiences of foreign women academics in UK business schools. Gender, Work and Organization, 21(1), pp. 18-36. (doi:10.1111/gwao.12009)

2012

Johansson, M. (2012) Place branding and the imaginary: the politics of re-imagining a garden city. Urban Studies, 49(16), pp. 3611-3626. (doi:10.1177/0042098012446991)

2011

Johansson, M. and Kociatkiewicz, J. (2011) City festivals: creativity and control in staged urban experiences. European Urban and Regional Studies, 18(4), pp. 392-405. (doi:10.1177/0969776411407810)

2009

Johansson, M. and Naslund, L. (2009) Welcome to Paradise. Customer experience design and emotional labour on a cruise ship. International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion, 3(1), p. 40. (doi:10.1504/IJWOE.2009.025397)

2007

Johansson, M. and Näslund, L. (2007) Artisans of the spectacle: entrepreneurship in the event industry. In: Hjorth, D. and Kostera, M. (eds.) Entrepreneurship and the Experience Economy. CBS Press: Copenhagen, pp. 155-178. ISBN 9788763002059

This list was generated on Sun Aug 18 14:39:43 2019 BST.
Number of items: 18.

Articles

Johansson, M. and Jones, S. (2019) Interlopers in class: A duoethnography of working-class women academics. Gender, Work and Organization, (doi:10.1111/gwao.12398) (Early Online Publication)

Yates, S., Riach, K. and Johansson, M. (2018) Stress at work, gendered dys-appearance and the broken body in policing. Gender, Work and Organization, 25(1), pp. 91-105. (doi:10.1111/gwao.12179)

Johansson, M. and Toraldo, M. L. (2017) ‘From mosh pit to posh pit’: Festival imagery in the context of the boutique festival. Culture and Organization, 23(3), pp. 220-237. (doi:10.1080/14759551.2015.1032287)

Adamson, M. and Johansson, M. (2016) Compositions of professionalism in counselling work: An embodied and embedded intersectionality framework. Human Relations, 69(12), pp. 2201-2223. (doi:10.1177/0018726716639118)

Johansson, M. and Śliwa, M. (2016) ‘It is English and there is no alternative’: intersectionality, language and social/organizational differentiation of Polish migrants in the UK. Gender, Work and Organization, 23(3), pp. 296-309. (doi:10.1111/gwao.12049)

Luonila, M., Suomi, K. and Johansson, M. (2016) Creating a stir: the role of word of mouth in reputation management in the context of festivals. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 16(4), pp. 461-483. (doi:10.1080/15022250.2015.1113646)

Śliwa, M. and Johansson, M. (2015) Playing in the academic field: Non-native English-speaking academics in UK business schools. Culture and Organization, 21(1), pp. 78-95. (doi:10.1080/14759551.2013.828725)

Śliwa, M. and Johansson, M. (2014) How non-native English-speaking staff are evaluated in linguistically diverse organizations: A sociolinguistic perspective. Journal of International Business Studies, 45(9), pp. 1133-1151. (doi:10.1057/jibs.2014.21)

Śliwa, M. and Johansson, M. (2014) The discourse of meritocracy contested/reproduced: Foreign women academics in UK business schools. Organization, 21(6), pp. 821-843. (doi:10.1177/1350508413486850)

Johansson, M. and Śliwa, M. (2014) Gender, foreignness and academia: an intersectional analysis of the experiences of foreign women academics in UK business schools. Gender, Work and Organization, 21(1), pp. 18-36. (doi:10.1111/gwao.12009)

Johansson, M. (2012) Place branding and the imaginary: the politics of re-imagining a garden city. Urban Studies, 49(16), pp. 3611-3626. (doi:10.1177/0042098012446991)

Johansson, M. and Kociatkiewicz, J. (2011) City festivals: creativity and control in staged urban experiences. European Urban and Regional Studies, 18(4), pp. 392-405. (doi:10.1177/0969776411407810)

Johansson, M. and Naslund, L. (2009) Welcome to Paradise. Customer experience design and emotional labour on a cruise ship. International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion, 3(1), p. 40. (doi:10.1504/IJWOE.2009.025397)

Book Sections

Johansson, M. (2019) City festivals and festival cities. In: Knowles, R. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to International Theatre Festivals. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (Accepted for Publication)

Johansson, M. (2017) Performing diversity at festivals. In: Making Sense of Arts Management: Research, Cases and Practices. Sibelius Academy: Helsinki, pp. 92-98. ISBN 9789523290853

Johansson, M. (2016) ”Vi syns, vi märks, vi tar plats”: om hur festivaler skapar rum (a spatial perspective on festivals). In: Silvanto, S. (ed.) Festivaalien Suomi (Festivals in Finland). Cupore: Helsinki, pp. 44-48.

Johansson, M. and Näslund, L. (2007) Artisans of the spectacle: entrepreneurship in the event industry. In: Hjorth, D. and Kostera, M. (eds.) Entrepreneurship and the Experience Economy. CBS Press: Copenhagen, pp. 155-178. ISBN 9788763002059

Book Reviews

Johansson, M. (2018) The ladder of opportunity and other myths of meritocracy debunked. Organization, (doi:10.1177/1350508418784394) [Book Review] (Early Online Publication)

This list was generated on Sun Aug 18 14:39:43 2019 BST.