We invite you to contribute to the upcoming Special Issue on “Work Passion Research: Taming Breadth and Promoting Depth” at the Journal of Organizational Behavior. With this special issue, we aim to refine and reconcile existing theoretical frameworks on work passion, explore the causes, consequences, and boundary conditions around work passion, and differentiate work passion from established motivational constructs. Submitted… Continue Reading.
We are delighted to announce the first recipients of the ANZAM-BAM Collaborative Research Award and to note that the applications received were so strong that ANZAM and BAM agreed to make two awards in 2019. The purpose of this Scheme is to support and advance international research collaborations between management researchers in Australia, New Zealand and UK. Professor Katy Mason,… Continue Reading.
Applications for ANZAM’s Teaching, Research, and Doctoral Awards are now open, as well as the Case Study Competition and the PELT Grants. Awards will be announced and presented at ANZAM’s 33rd Annual Conference being held in Cairns, Australia, from (the evening of) 3-6 December 2019. Applications for all awards close on Friday 6 September 2019: ANZAM Innovative Management Educator of… Continue Reading.
ANZAM Life Fellows Professor Ray Cooksey and Professor Gael McDonald have just published the second edition of Surviving and Thriving in Postgraduate Research. For some insights from the authors, click HERE. For the publishers’ website, click HERE.
The deadline for Papers and Workshop Proposals has been extended to midnight on Monday 1 July 2019. There will be no further extension to this deadline. For more information, visit the Conference website. #ANZAM2019
Adding to the renewed emphasis on learning and teaching within the ANZAM Conference, we are excited to announce that the prestigious Academy of Management Learning & Education (AMLE) will offer a Paper Development Workshop (PDW) as part of the ANZAM 2019 Conference! The goal of this half-day workshop is to help authors develop their manuscripts for submission to AMLE. Authors receive feedback… Continue Reading.
We are delighted to announce that our second Keynote speaker in Cairns will be Professor Helen Sullivan. As Director of the Australian National University’s Crawford School of Public Policy, Helen heads Asia-Pacific’s leading public policy school. Helen’s work has shaped understanding of the changing nature of state-society relationships and its implications for public governance, policy and practice, and she appears… Continue Reading.
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.