BAM2019 will create a platform for researchers seeking solutions in uncertain times and will offer a rich source of knowledge and an opportunity to find alternatives to the status quo in our understanding of management, performance, organisations and the nature of the challenges we face.
The 17th ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium will be hosted by The Department of Management and Marketing at The University of Melbourne. The Symposium theme for 2019 is Designing Sustainable and Resilient Supply Chains in an Era of Rich Data.
We welcome high-quality manuscripts looking at entrepreneurial diversity from different perspectives – either globally or in different facets of diversity. Manuscripts can be international in scope or can look at domestic issues with global relevance. Conceptual and empirical papers, from different analytical and methodological perspectives can be submitted. We welcome theoretical, qualitative, quantitative and mixed-method papers. Together, the papers should… Continue Reading.
Working in conjunction with Audencia Business School (France), Hanken School of Economics (Finland) and ISAE/FGV (Brazil), the La Trobe Business School is hosting a two-day conference on the topic ‘Using dialogue to build partnerships for sustainability’. Deadline for Themes: 20 December 2018 Deadline for Papers: 30 May 2019
We welcome papers with a wide range of contributions, including new theoretical insights, new concepts or models as well as new methods of data collection and analysis. We welcome both conceptual and empirical papers; however we discourage simple literature reviews that do not synthesize the current research and do not present any conceptual framework or testable propositions. We would also not accept simple descriptive… Continue Reading.
How will people work in 2040 and beyond? How do we make sense now of the societal, economic and environmental pressures that will impact work in the future? As we approach the third decade of the 21st century, the world of work is facing deep uncertainty. This special issue asks us to respond to the question of how do we… Continue Reading.
The feature topic will contain papers by invitation and papers by submission to this open call for papers. The invited papers currently cover topics related to: existing author motivations to use templates; how do templates develop and how are they maintained; relationship between templates, rigor, scientific reasoning, and the unintended (negative) consequences for theorizing and scientific advancement; and devising scientific,… Continue Reading.