Title: The Impact of Workplace Relationships on Patient Safety Culture When: Friday 1 August 2014: 10.15am-12.15pm Where: Pennsylvania Convention Centre, Downtown Philadelphia, Room 202B The PDW aims to inform attendees about current practice, generate potential research questions and provide opportunities for relationship-building and research collaboration for researchers and practitioners. The PDW thereby provides a platform to develop collaborative future research… Continue Reading.
An Exclusive PDW for Global Researchers: “Fostering Publication from Around the World in Leading Organization and Strategy Journals”. Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel, Salon 5 First session starts 8:00 am, sharp! This PDW is targeted to scholars around the world who seek successful publication of their research in top journals. The PDW has a very practical, hands-on orientation. A panel of… Continue Reading.
The two-day event is comprised of an ESRC seminar (15 September 2014) and international research workshop (16 September 2014). The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) seminar and subsequent international research workshop will contribute to theory, research agendas and practice of the regulation of work, employment, human resources, labour relations, labour markets and workplace conflict. The whole event will include… Continue Reading.
This year, the 9th Asia Pacific Symposium on Emotions in Worklife is being hosted by UQ Business School, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia and sponsored by ANZAM (Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management). The symposium is a day-long, semi-formal meeting of scholars interested in the study of emotions in work settings and will be held on Friday 28… Continue Reading.
Paper submission deadline extended to Tuesday 15 July 2014. Following on from the successful Hobart Conference in 2013 – ‘Managing on the Edge’ –the Conference theme this year is Reshaping Management for Impact. Globalisation, rapid technological advances, and generational shifts in values mean that today’s organisations are rife with ambiguity and tension. How do we reshape organisations to cope with these… Continue Reading.