The 16th ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium will be hosted by CQUniversity’s School of Business and Law, and held at CQU’s Brisbane Campus near Brisbane city’s King George Square. The Symposium theme for 2018 is Entrepreneurship and Global Supply Chain Management Driving Sustainability and Social Innovation. This theme ties in very well with CQU’s strong focus on… Continue Reading.
Participants at the RMLE Unconference (2-3 July, University of St Andrews) are welcome to apply to participate in this free event, but others are also welcome to apply – you need not be an RMLE attendee to do so. (Note: the RMLE website may not yet have the 2018 event showing. If so, please give it a day or two,… Continue Reading.
Research discussions shouldn’t have to rise from the ashes of recycled rhetoric and boring presentations prepared months in advance. Interactions about research should be fresh, organic, and engaging. If you’re interested in being a generator of innovative, cutting-edge research in management education or if you have questions related to research in management education that are not addressed through traditional conference… Continue Reading.
We invite you/your research students to submit a paper to the IFSAM World Congress. The 14th World Congress of IFSAM, jointly organized by International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management (IFSAM), IFSAM Chinese Committee, and Shanghai International Studies University (SISU), is to be held in Shanghai, China 8 June -10 June 2018. Founded in 1992 in Germany, IFSAM is a… Continue Reading.
The Editors of Human Resource Management Journal (HRMJ) invite applications for special issue proposals on themes related to the core aims and scope of the Journal. Special issue proposals will need to be cutting edge in terms of theoretical contributions, methodological innovation and rigour, with a level of critical scholarship that engages with policy and/or practice. For more information, click HERE
This special issue of IJM calls for papers that demonstrate the scholarly output of responsible science in management. For the purpose of this call we define responsible science as managerially relevant research producing credible and reliable knowledge that is either of direct or indirectly useful for addressing problems important to organisations and society. Philosophical considerations in management research have typically… Continue Reading.
Recent news headlines and political discourse underscore the relevance and salience of incivility in our everyday lives and workplaces. Incivility seems to permeate our work lives, manifesting in experiences such as being ignored or disregarded, being excluded from professional opportunities, or having your judgement unfairly questioned over a matter for which you are responsible (Andersson & Pearson, 1999). Research over… Continue Reading.