Melbourne: 18th and 19th October 2017 – Venue: TBA London: 14th and 15th November 2017 – Venue: TBA The SMI is inviting paper or abstract submissions responding to the theme of “strategy as the enabler of change in an era of unbounded disruption”. With a focus on the ‘enabling’ of strategy, that is ‘making strategy work in practice’ submissions are… Continue Reading.
This Call for Papers will focus on those that address the relevant topics including: How youth ‘work-readiness’ can be improved; Industry/education collaborations that help increase youth employability; How governments, industry and education providers may work together to improve opportunities for (decent) work/youth employment; Studies highlighting inclusion and work practices for various employment/social groups; Country studies that offer insights into the challenges… Continue Reading.
The CSR Conference Organising Committee is currently inviting submission of abstracts for oral presentations for the Conference. Themes that will be covered include Sustainable Leadership, CSR in Tourism, Conscious Capitalism, Interdisciplinary Approaches to CSR, CSR & Legitimacy and many more (see list below). Please read the abstract guidelines before submitting your abstract.
In this special issue, we plan to extend this growing research stream by inviting manuscripts that address the unique challenges and opportunities offered by the differences in the expectations, perceptions and evaluations of customers and service employees in their inter-cultural interactions in today’s culturally diverse global marketplace. By doing this, we aim to help services marketing researchers look beyond the… Continue Reading.
The aim of this special issue is to provide an overview of the many ways in which gender inequality can, and has been, addressed and the consequences – both intended and unintended – that different approaches, interventions, and policies may have. We encourage submissions that examine approaches that combat a range of gender inequalities including workplace, social, political, and economic… Continue Reading.
Our conference theme “Managing Knowledge: Making Knowledge Work” is significant in a number of ways. It not only refers to the knowledge about management and organisation that we generate. “Making Knowledge Work” is also about making this knowledge useful for management practice. The conference theme resonates well with the University of Strathclyde’s mission. It dates back to our founder Professor… Continue Reading.
You are invited to contribute to a Special Issue of the Project Management Journal – Innovation in Infrastructure Delivery Models – by Andy Davies (UCL), Tim Brady (Brighton), Sam MacAulay (UQ) and John Steen (UQ). For more information, click HERE.
The Journal of Professions and Organization (JPO) entered the ABDC list at level A! We welcome your submissions at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jpo, and/or feel free to be in touch with members of the editorial team: David Brock: firstname.lastname@example.org Beth Goodrick: email@example.com Hüseyin Leblebici: firstname.lastname@example.org Daniel Muzio: email@example.com Mirko Noordegraaf: M.Noordegraaf@uu.nl Quick facts about the Journal of Professions and Organization:… Continue Reading.