The GDO Division is currently inviting nominations for the 2015 Saroj Parasuraman Award for the Outstanding Publication on Gender and Diversity. This annual award, honoring Saroj Parasuraman, is given to the author(s) of the publication in a refereed journal judged to have the highest potential to significantly impact our understanding of gender and diversity within organizations. Only publications with a… Continue Reading.
This workshop is being conducted on behalf of the Mixed Methods Research Special Interest Group (MMR SIG) of ANZAM, and is free to both ANZAM members and non-members. Light refreshments and lunch provided. Location: Building G06, Room 3.60, Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus Bookings are essential as places are limited – RSVP by Friday 27 February 2015.
The BAM Doctoral Symposium is our flagship event for doctoral students and is one of the most established & high-profile events in the doctoral community. The BAM2015 Doctoral Symposium will be held at the University of Portsmouth on the 7th September 2015. The Symposium will comprise plenary sessions along with methodology clinics, as well as opportunities to receive impartial expert… Continue Reading.
The ANZAM Year-End Doctoral Workshop will be held from Monday 1-Tuesday 2 December 2014, hosted by University of New South Wales at their Kensington Campus in Sydney. The Workshop immediately precedes the annual ANZAM Conference being held at UTS from 3-5 December 2014. Please consider joining us. You will have the opportunity to present your research and receive valuable feedback… Continue Reading.
The Department of Management and Marketing at the University of Melbourne is proudly launching its four-year doctoral program. We are inviting you to participate in an extraordinary PhD experience. We are seeking creative, hard-working and intellectually curious PhD applicants who have the potential and willingness to contribute to the advancement of management and marketing disciplines. We are seeking outstanding applicants… Continue Reading.
This lecture focuses on the front end or the initiation phase of the project life cycle. Front end activities are critical to successful outcomes of the any project. The project front end is defined as the period between when an opportunity for a new project is first considered, and when the charter for the new project is issued, a project… Continue Reading.