Authors of papers presented at the 2016 SEAANZ conference are SPECIALLY invited to submit their final versions for publication consideration in The role of entrepreneurship, innovation and small business ecosystems in regional, rural and international development. In addition, we invite submissions from new authors for chapters in our fourth research and policy book which will be made available to both… 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.
This special issue recognizes the need for research to advance theory and practice about how best to enhance group decision support as well as a need for novel ways for empirical testing and refinement. A number of initiatives are beginning to show promising results. For example, recent research has been providing insights into the antecedents and outcomes of group interaction that… 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.
We believe that there are many and various directions that can be taken in developing more critical approaches to global careers, only a very few of which we have outlined above. We aim to publish primarily critically and theoretically informed empirical studies, and we are open to diverse and innovative methodological approaches. For more information, click HERE.
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.
Project Management Journal invites authors to submit papers for Special Editions of the journal: Project and Networks – Full paper (10,000 words) – due 31 October 2016 Process Studies of Project Organizing – Full paper (10,000 words) – 31 January 2017