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Curriculum Vitae Daniel R.T.

Hartley Organizational Learning and Change Research Group at The University of Liverpool Management School Room B22, The University of Liverpool Management School. Liverpool. L69 7ZH dhartley.net I am an ethnographic researcher with ambitions to develop my research interests into post-doctoral study and larger national, and international research bids in the near future. My research interests include experiences of entrepreneurial opportunity and alternative organizational movements, and I have expertise in narrative and participatory ethnographic methodologies. My Economic & Social Research Council funded doctoral research develops a creative view of entrepreneurial opportunity by emphasising longitudinal and relational experiences of imaginative tactics. Peer Reviewed Publications 2012: Daniel Hartley & Robin Holt, As Skylarks Fly High Above...Call that an Opportunity? Entrepreneurial Images of Drummond and The17'', Organization, working paper at 2nd resubmission. Develops a processual approach to understanding opportunity as proto-organization animated by the entrepreneurial imagination amidst digital omnipotence. 2010 Book review of Hjorth, D. & Steyaert, S. (2009). "The Politics and Aesthetics of Entrepreneurship: A Fourth Movements in Entrepreneurship Book", International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, Vol. 16 Issue: 3 (pp.260 263). Book Chapters 2012/2013: The Doing of Case Study as Entrepreneurial Topic, in Worthington, F. et al (eds.), Doing & Writing Ethnography: Practical Challenges in Qualitative Fieldwork, a forthcoming Emerald Publications book series on ethnographic fieldwork. The chapter develops a creative approach to understanding case study boundaries by emphasising their emergence during study as research topic rather than problem. 2012/2013: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Fieldwork Ethics: Creation & Relation, in Ferdinand, J. & Worthington, F. (eds.), Doing & Writing Ethnograpy: Ethical Challenges in Qualitative Fieldwork, an Emerald Publications book series on ethnographic fieldwork. Drawing from the work of Spinosa and Levinas, and my own case studies, the chapter proposes an entrepreneurial approach to research ethics that treats them as being created in the relational settings of fieldwork. 2012: Effectual & Narrative Entries into Becoming Entrepreneurial: The Organisation of Opportunity during the First 12 Months of New Business Venture, book chapter commissioned by Ossie Jones and The University of Liverpool Management School Enterprise School for Jones et al (eds.), Dynamic Entrepreneurial Learning Capabilities, forthcoming from Sage Publications.

Spoken 2012: Avoiding Proper Work for 41 Years: Probe Plus Records and Tactical Entrepreneurial Movement. Presented at The Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism (SCOS), Barcelona (also presented at Soundtracks: Music, Tourism, Travel in Liverpool 2012; and redrafted around the notion of ethnographic opportunity for The 7th Annual Ethnography Symposium: Ethnographic Horizons in Times of Turbulence, Liverpool 2012). 2011: Score X: No Finding, No Recovery, No Stopping: Entrepreneurial Images of Drummond and The17, Working Paper presented at SCOS , Istanbul, Turkey. 2010: a Positive Approach to Totality: Musical Image-Workers in Liverpool, Working Paper presented at SCOS Lille, France. Don't Drop the Dumbells: Improper, Almost Illegal, and 'Other' 'Creativity' in Liverpool City Centre, Working paper presented at Culture and Creativity Research Network, The University of Liverpool. As Skylarks Climb High Above: The17 Call That Music?, Working Paper presented at 5th Annual Ethnography Conference, Queen Mary, University of London. 2008: The Social Media Movements of Musical Entrepreneurs in Liverpool City Centre, presented at The International Sociological Association Forum of Sociology, Barcelona. Research Bids in Progress Arts & Humanities Research Council Cultural Enagement Program 3-month knowledge exchange project combining mixed-sites in and around creative industries of the Mersey Basin. Mixed-sites will collaborate to organise public events showcasing the regions creative talent and create raw data around organizational imagination. Education & Research Experience 2008 2012 Economic & Social Research Council funded Ph.D at The University of Liverpool Management School A mixed-site participatory ethnography of the emergence and nature of musical opportunity in the Mersey Basin. Through a processual approach my work disrupts strategic readings of opportunity experience and shows how circumstantial constraint is imaginatively re-related to as style and incentive. I expect to pass my VIVA in early November 2012. 2007- 2008 MA Research Methods (Sociology) (ESRC Accredited), The University of Liverpool My scholarship funded masters study provided early opportunities to experiment with participatory research practices with local artists and develop an Arts Council England funded 'DIY' art exhibition ('45d'). My dissertation studied musical entrepreneurs in Liverpool city centre negotiating space within digitalized settings as pilot study for my doctoral thesis.

2003-2007: BA Sociology (First Class Honors), The University of Liverpool Third Year Student of the Year Award Academic Work Experience 2010-Present Tutor in various modules Applied Social Research Methods, (MSc level), Human Resource Management (first year undergraduate level), Strategic Organization (Msc level), at The University of Liverpool Management School. I have expertise in literature review techniques, developing research questions, and qualitative data collection methods and analysis. I am currently organising a new module at The University of Liverpool Management School - Identity, Culture, & Organisation (second year undergraduate level). 2011 2012 Teacher in Entrepreneurial Decision Making (MSc level), at The University of Liverpool Management School I re-designed the module around my own research interests in entrepreneurial opportunity and processual ontology, and taught and assessed the module. Strategic readings of opportunity experience were disrupted through narrative and storytelling approaches to understanding entrepreneurial imagination. Participatory Work Experience 2010 Present: Consultant for small Liverpool based record label Probe Plus Records. 2010 Present: Coordinator/consultant/member of 'Don't Drop the Dumbells', a notfor-profit unincorporated association/tactical entrepreneurial space. 2010 Present: Member/consultant of small Liverpool based record label, Post Music. 2010 Present: Member and Coordinator of a.P.A.t.T., a multimedia organization based in the Mersey basin. Other Academic Roles 2011 - Present: Reviewer for International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research. 2010 - Present: Voluntary Enterprise Champion supporting emerging entrepreneurs from The University of Liverpool. 2012 - Present: Book reviewer (entrepreneurship textbooks) for Pearson Education. References Professor Robin Holt Geoff Davies The University of Liverpool Management School Plus Records, Liverpool. r.holt@liverpool.ac.uk geoff@probeplus.co.uk Dr. Frank Worthington Drummond

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