https://www.bam.ac.uk/grants/bam-grant-schemes-2021.html The British Academy of Management (BAM) together with the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Irish Academy of Management (IAM) and Società Italiana di Management (SIMA) are pleased to announce the launch of the 2021 grant schemes. These schemes are part of BAM’s mission to build a thriving, pluralistic research community by supporting relevant, ethical and innovative… Continue Reading.
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.
We welcome submissions that address broad areas of knowledge management, innovation, future of work, meaningful careers, thriving, and human growth. Authors are also encouraged to examine these areas in disadvantaged and diversity groups. Papers that draw on interdisciplinary insights and methodology from management, psychology, social policy, economics, education, and other disciplines are particularly welcome.
This is an open call, so you can still submit a paper to the Special Issue by the January 2022 deadline without participating in the Conference. However the organisers would like to treat the Conference Stream as a way to help develop papers towards the submission.
Conference Theme: SMEs and COVID-19: Just Surviving or Thriving? Sorting Rhetoric from the Realities of COVID-19 for SMEs Post-COVID, SMEs’ survival and revitalisation will be key to rebuilding economies across the globe. To achieve this, the rhetoric and realities of COVID-19 and SMEs must be critically examined.
Special attention will be given to findings and results with practical applications in terms of technological innovation, sustainable development, the Internet of things, data and network management, ICT, and mobile services. Contributions to the special issue are strongly encouraged to contribute towards both theory and practice development. Submissions with a strong connection between theory and practice are particularly welcomed.
Guest Editors: Premilla D’Cruz, Nolywé Delannon, Lauren McCarthy, Arno Kourula, Jeremy Moon and Laura J. Spence Human Relations Associate Editor: Jean-Pascal Gond Deadline: 28 February 2022 (with submissions submitted no earlier than 1 February 2022)