The study and discussion of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in thecontext of the West is uniquely complex. AAPI are held up as “model minorities,”resulting in exclusion from many equity conversations. Additionally, AAPI are often usedas a monolithic categorization to illustrate diversity in many organizations andinstitutions (e.g., higher education) masking underrepresented and underservedcommunities—including communities within AAPI like Hmong, Burmese,… Continue Reading.
Our exciting Doctoral Workshop will be free to members this year. It will be a virtual event, taking place on 30 November 2021. You’ll gain all the benefits of networking, listening to renowned speakers about interesting topics, and getting your work-in-progress research reviewed by experts while you are in your comfortable space. Registration will open by mid-June 2021 and further… Continue Reading.
The 2021 ANZAM Conference will be hosted by Edith Cowan University in an exciting 2-day virtual format with all of your favourite activities, as well as face-to-face keynotes across the regions leading up to the main event. The Conference will run Wednesday to Thursday 1–2 December 2021, and the theme is Bouncing Back: Innovative Management in Turbulent Times. We are… Continue Reading.
In this episode, Hafsa talks with Professor Helena Cooper Thomas, from AUT, about her research expertise related to newcomers in organisations. More importantly, Helena offers important advice on do’s and dont’s of research student supervision.
In this episode, Hafsa talks with Professor Neal Ashkanasy (ANZAM Life Fellow and Professor of Management at University of Queensland) about his journey into academia and his research on emotions in decisions; Neal also offers great advice for early career researchers.
In this episode, Professor Kate Kearins (PVC and Dean of Business, Economic and Law, Auckland University of Technology, ANZAM Life Fellow, and ANZAM 2016 President) talks about her involvement with ANZAM over the years, the benefits of being involved with an organisation, and the changing face of conferences.
History was made on 3 December 2020 with the first virtual ANZAM Annual General Meeting. The handover of the Presidency from Professor Melanie Bryant (University of Tasmania) to Professor Kerry Brown (ECU) was also accomplished virtually.