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.
The aim of the Handbook of Mixed Methods Research in Business and Management, will be to provide an essential resource for anyone interested in the contemporary, emerging, and evolving practice of mixed methods research and scholarship. It is anticipated that the Handbook of Mixed Methods Research in Business and Management will offer foundational mixed methods research (MMR) design concepts and… Continue Reading.
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)
Contributions are sought which enhance conceptual, theoretical, methodological and empirical insights. In the case of empirical work, submissions that adopt a comparative approach in order to generate wider insights into a phenomenon; or provide a longitudinal perspective; or draw on substantial relevant data are particularly welcome.
Special Issue of Human Resource Management: Setting a new table, not just sitting at the table: HRM leading the transformation towards sustainability The aim of this special issue is to bring together theoretical and empirical advancements in relation to HRM change leadership role in understanding and addressing sustainability challenges. We seek both theoretical and empirical papers, as well as literature… Continue Reading.
More research is needed to better understand the role of language for different areas of IHRM. This special issue aims to advance theory and understanding in this area. Studies that utilize qualitative, quantitative, or mixed-method designs and investigate language from micro, meso, or macro levels are welcome. Topics can be examined from different theoretical groundings and perspectives.
Given the emerging state of the field, this special issue invites papers that generate theoretical insights, empirical findings, and evidence-based recommendations on how organizations can effectively tackle the challenges arising from managing gender equity and equality in and across different country contexts. Single country studies will not be a priority for this special issue. Although women are still the primary… Continue Reading.