The purpose of the conference is to identify where inadequacies and smokescreens exist in global policy versus organisational policy and action, and work toward developing strategies to safeguard our global workforces. In a complex, multi-national environment, it is important to consider the impact on not only employees as targets, perpetrators, and witnesses but also the cultural views of organisations and… Continue Reading.
The ILA’s Annual Conference is one of the largest international events for successful business executives and public leaders, thought-provoking authors and researchers, experienced educators and practitioners, game-changing coaches, and organizational development professionals – all gathering together to explore leadership, the ways that we lead, and what we expect from leaders and followers. The online submission system for ILA2020 will open… Continue Reading.
The guest editing team invites scholars interested in submitting their work to this Special Issue to send their work in progress to one or both of the two conferences to which this Special Issue is linked. Please note that participation in these conferences is a way to receive feedback on the paper prior to submission, but is not a requirement… Continue Reading.
Please consider submitting a paper to this special issue if your research fits the CFP and please share with your networks. For more information see the link below or feel free to contact Dr Susan Mayson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This special issue aims to provide academics with a theoretical understanding of the relationship between the notion of partnership and the need for cross-sector dialogue among civil society organizations, businesses and their associated supply chains – an understanding that may take partnership as a starting point for good dialogue, but may also problematize the partnership imperative implied by SDG 17… Continue Reading.
The purpose of this special issue is to focus scholarly attention on specific areas that need further enquiry in order to continue to develop this important stream of research. Submissions Open: 1 March 2020
This special issue will address the broad theme of the 2020 AIRAANZ Conference. It will consider the future of our IR practice and research as it is shaped by contemporary influences and trends. The conference includes streams that examine the improvement of workers’ rights (focusing on the intersection of politics and social change within the workplace); the exploration of organisational… Continue Reading.