Audrey L. Holm

I am a PhD Candidate in Management and Organizations at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. In my research, I mostly use a qualitative/ethnographic approach. I reflect on how people experience and interpret their work, their interactions and the cultures that surround them.

I am especially interested in topics related to shifting occupational practices, relationships at work, and societal challenges associated with labor market dynamics.

Prior to my doctoral studies, I worked in public service organizations on climate change adaptation policies and as an operations manager, business development manager and consultant in the public transportation industry.

I hold a Master of Business Administration from ESSEC Business School in Paris, France, with a specialization in Urban Economics.

Publications

Grodal, Stine, Michel Anteby and Audrey L. Holm. Forthcoming “Achieving Rigor in Qualitative Analysis: The Role of Active Categorization in Theory Building” – Academy of Management Review

Work in progress

Anteby, Michel* and Audrey L. Holm* “Expert-Audience Disconnects and the Reshaping of Expertise: U.S. Puppeteers move from Stage to Screen” (*equal contribution of authors)

Holm, Audrey L. “Mobilizing the unemployable” – Ethnographic study to understand the conditions under which workforce intermediaries help returning citizens transition from prison to work roles

Holm, Audrey L. “Social Support, Callings and Resilience” – Theory paper exploring the role of social support and communities in jobs experienced as a calling