+ Pre-Conference Short Courses: 14-15 November 2017 CARMA, the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis, in partnership with the University of South Australia is pleased to announce an exciting new conference. Join us for 2 days of pre-conference short courses, followed by 2 days of conference events including workshops, keynote addresses, master classes, and other additional sessions…. Continue Reading.
Corporate Responsibility, Gender and Feminist Organizing in a Neoliberal Age Stream – Call for Abstracts Our steam focuses on what role feminisms plays in CSR, and what CSR might offer feminisms. We seek insights into the dangers, opportunities, strategies, framings and constellations of feminist activity related to promoting gender equality within businesses – and out into the societies, communities and… Continue Reading.
The creative industries comprise “industries supplying goods and services that we broadly associate with cultural, artistic, or simply entertainment value” (Caves, 2002: 1) and are typically taken to include architecture and design, film, television, video, radio and publishing, fine arts, music and the performing arts, software and computer gaming, advertising and crafts (DCMS, 2001). In the last two decades, the… Continue Reading.
Gendering Recognition Stream – Call for Abstracts The ‘Gendering Recognition’ stream seeks to open up a critical, reflexive discussion of recognition as both an organizational aspiration and as a contested object of ethical and political critique. Organisational life is an important setting within which struggles over recognition are played out; it is also a powerful mechanism through which the desire… Continue Reading.
EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS This conference is designed to bring together researchers, practitioners (retail executives, manufacturing executives and first/second tier suppliers) and policy-makers from around the world.
This year’s Theme is on Diversity and Disruption. The symposium will explore the changing context of work that is creating new challenges and opportunities in the workplace and suggest how flexible working arrangements can be made as the traditional ways of working are no longer valid, as the landscape of work is redefined by advanced technologies and workforce diversity.
The idea for editing this Special Issue followed an International Research Symposium held at the Europa-Universität Flensburg, Germany in June 2017. The participants showcased how business activities extending beyond the focal firm and into a dynamic relational space which connects stakeholders, other firms and industry participants in changing ecosystems becomes a key consideration. Today, organisations need to take into account… Continue Reading.