Journal of Management & Organization – Special Issue: Wicked Problems and Sustainable Development Goals

ANZAM 2019 Conference – Theme:  Wicked Solutions to Wicked Problems: The Challenges Facing Management Research and Practice Papers accepted for presentation in Stream 1 (the Conference Theme Stream) will be considered for inclusion in a Special Issue of the Journal of Management & Organization. Details, deadlines, and further instructions will be provided to invited authors following the Conference paper review decision.

ANZAM Conference – One Month Until Papers Close

Paper submission for the ANZAM 2019 Conference closes in exactly one month, on Monday 24 June 2019! The Conference will be held in Cairns, Australia, from the evening of 3 December until 6 December 2019, hosted by CQUniversity. The Conference theme is Wicked Solutions to Wicked Problems: The Challenges Facing Management Research and Practice. Please see the Conference website including the Call for Papers,… Continue Reading.

First Keynote announced for 2019 Conference

Chris Brewster is Professor of International Human Resource Management at Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK. He was successively a steeplejack, a union official, an official in the Ministry of Labour, a personnel manager in the construction and aviation industries, a journalist and consultant. During that time, he obtained his doctorate from the LSE before becoming an academic. He… Continue Reading.

Leading Scholar to Speak at ANZAM 2018 Conference

ANZAM is very pleased to announce that our second Keynote Speaker in Auckland will be Professor André Spicer. André is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and the founding director of ETHOS: The Centre for Responsible Enterprise at Cass Business School, London.   He has published extensively in top scholarly journals such as Organization Science, Academy of Management Annals, Journal of Management Studies,… Continue Reading.

NZ Entrepreneur as Conference Keynote!

ANZAM is delighted to announce that one of the Conference Keynotes will be Cecilia Robinson, Founder & Group Co-CEO of My Food Bag. Cecilia is an award-winning business woman who founded Au Pair Link and My Food Bag – one of the most talked about and fastest growing companies in New Zealand. Under Cecilia and James Robinson’s ownership, Au Pair… Continue Reading.


2019 Conference 2019: (evening of) Tuesday 3-Friday 6 December 2019 – Cairns, Australia (Hosted by CQUniversity) Future Conferences 2020 – Tuesday 1-Thursday 3 December 2020 -Perth, Western Australia (Hosted by Edith Cowan University)