0:00:46 Key differences between the classical economics and the behavioral theory of the firm
0:04:00 Does organizing individuals reduces the effects of their bounded rationality?
0:05:10 Effects of conflict on organizational decision making
0:06:40 The garbage can model
0:07:55 Does the garbage can model apply to competitive firms?
0:09:10 Logic of appropriateness vs. logic of consequences
0:10:40 Can the two logic be reconciled?
0:12:43 Rule-based behavior - how it evolved since the Cyert and March 1963 book?
0:14:20 How is the logic of appropriateness different from routines in Nelson and Winter 1982 book?
0:16:10 Can individuals act against their own preferences?
0:17:45 Logic of appropriateness and ethical behavior
0:20:20 Are rules a source of stability or change?
0:21:45 How do rules change?
0:23:55 Does more experience lead to more intelligent behavior?
0:26:20 What are the traps of experience?
0:27:45 How to overcome the problem of paucity of experience?
0:30:50 Is it possible to improve on an evolutionary process?
0:37:10 Technology of foolishness
0:40:10 How can organizations harness novelty?
0:42:15 How can society support and maintain foolishness?
0:43:20 Beauty, truth and justice - how does the behavioral theory score on those dimensions?
0:45:10 The concept of power
0:45:45 The role of leaders in a complex world?
0:49:03 Capabilities and luck
0:52:25 How much can we learn from business case studies?
0:54:45 Key challenges facing researchers in studying organizations
0:57:50 Should scholars strive to be managerially relevant?
1:00:35 What qualities characterize good graduate students and how can they be nurtured?
1:05:23 What should we be teaching business students?
1:07:15 Main challenges with doing multidisciplinary work.
1:09:57 Is the struggle between economics and the behavioral theory of the firm over?
1:14:10 Promising avenues in organizational research