ANZAM Online: Spill the Beans – Episode 9

ANZAM Online: Spill the Beans – Episode 9 Dr Hafsa Ahmed Interviews Associate Professor Sara Walton. In this episode, Hafsa talks with Associate Professor Sara Walton with a focus on sustainability and climate change including some future directions for research.  

Journal of International Management Special Issue

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Aims and scope of this special issue:This special issue of Journal of International Management aims to advance theapplication of QCA in the IM field in two important ways. First, because many IMphenomena are inherently complex, QCA, an analytical approach that embracescausal complexity, can enable the IM scholarly community to deepen understandingof IM issues and, thus, […]

ANZAM Health Management and Organisation Special Interest Group

Dear valued colleague, We all need healthcare – either for ourselves or a loved one. Furthermore, our need for quality healthcare has never been greater. Given the importance of healthcare, the Health Management and Organisation (HMO) Special Interest Group (SIG) advances the interests of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) through concentrated […]

ANZAM Online: Spill the Beans – Episode 8

In this episode, Dr Hafsa Ahmad, Lincoln Uni talks with Professor Rowena Barrett, QUT  with a focus on Entrepreneurship and her role as Pro Vice-Chancellor Entrepreneurship.

ANZAM Conference, 6-7 December 2022

The 35th – 2022 ANZAM Conference planning is underway. “Flourishing in our new normal” ANZAM Conference chair – Dr Ryan Gould, Griffith University. Doctoral Workshop – 5th December, 2022 ANZAM Conference – 6th-7th December, 2022 Venue – Griffith University, Gold Coast QUEENSLAND   KEY DATES: Paper Submission Opens — Sunday 1 May 2022 Registration Opens […]

ANZAM Online: Spill the Beans – Episode 6

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.