University Lecturer in Organisation Theory & Information Systems
BS (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania), BA (College of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania), MBA (Yale University), PhD (McGill University)
Cross-disciplinary collaboration; knowledge integration and co-creation; the coordination of expertise under conditions of uncertainty, rapid change and complexity; how emerging technologies affect knowledge work and organising; healthcare transformation.
Subject group: Organisational Theory & Information Systems
Karla Sayegh is a Lecturer in the Organisation Theory & Information Systems subject group at Cambridge Judge Business School. Prior to her academic career, she spent over 12 years in strategy consulting, real estate private equity, venture funding and executive university administration. Her breadth of experience has inspired her programme of research which examines a) how experts co-create, respond to or deploy innovations at work and b) the consequences of these actions for the way experts organise and coordinate their work inside organisations.
Awards & honours
- Best Theory to Practice Paper Award, HCM Division, AOM Annual Meeting, 2018
- Best Student Paper Award, Organizational Behaviour in Healthcare Conference, 2018
- Best Conference Reviewer Award, OCIS Division, Academy of Management, 2016
- Outstanding Reviewer Award, SAP Interest Group, Academy of Management, 2015
- Paper of Merit Award, IS Division, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, 2015
- Best Student Paper Award, IS Division, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, 2014
Faraj, S., Pachidi, S. and Sayegh, K. (2018) “Working and organizing in the age of the learning algorithm.” Information and Organization, 28(1): 62-70 (DOI: 10.1016/j.infoandorg.2018.02.005)
Faraj, S., Sayegh, K., and Rouleau, L. (2018) “Knowledge collaboration in organizations: from information processing to social knowing.” In: Galliers, R.D. and Stein, M.K. (eds.) The Routledge companion to management information systems. London: Taylor and Francis, pp.370-386.