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BAM: Staying Active and Connected in Research During COVID-19 Crisis

The next in the BAM Amid COVID-19 Webinar Series is now available – Staying Active and Connected in Research During COVID-19 Crisis. Facilitated by Stefan Stern (former FT journalist), the Panel consisted of:  Professor Katy Mason (Chair of BAM, and Director of Research Enhancement, Lancaster University)Professor Graeme Currie, Pro Dean Research & Innovation, and Professor of Public Management, Warwick Business… Continue Reading.

Society for the Advancement of Management Studies – Call for Funding Applications

SAMS (The Society for the Advancement of Management Studies) invites applications twice yearly in January and July for funding to support events or activities that benefit the global management studies community. Priority will be given to proposals that contribute to the development of doctoral students and/or early career academics. Deadline for applications is 10 July 2020.  For more information, view… Continue Reading.

BAM: Responses to COVID-19 – The lens from strategists

Another webinar from the British Academy of Management’s Amid COVID-19 series – Responses to COVID-19 – The lens from strategists. Facilitated by Dr Inge Hill (Chair, Strategic Special Interest Group, BAM) and Dr Alan Tait (Senior Lecturer in Strategy, Portsmouth University), the panellists for this discussion were:  Professor Maureen Meadows (Professor of Strategic Management, Centre for Business in Society, Coventry University)… Continue Reading.

BAM: Supporting International Students through COVID-19 Crisis

The British Academy of Management (BAM) have released their second webinar discussion on Supporting International Students Through The COVID-19 Crisis. Again facilitated by Stefan Stern (former FT journalist), the panellists were: Professor Julia Balogun FBAM (Dean, University of Liverpool Management School, UK) Professor Luigi De Luca (Associate Dean of Doctoral Studies, Cardiff Business School, UK), Professor Thomas Koehler (Professor in… Continue Reading.

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