We welcome papers that open up and challenge existing ways of thinking about the relationships between learning and processes of identity work (Bell and Bridgman, 2018). We are particularly interested in papers that explore the relationships between identity, difference and learning; not only how people learn not to be different in organizations but also whether organizational processes and outcomes are altered by embracing difference.
The ANZAM 2019 Conference will be held in Cairns, Australia, from the evening of 3 December until 6 December 2019, hosted by CQUniversity. The Conference theme is Wicked solutions to wicked problems: The challenges facing management research and practice. We are delighted to announce that the Conference website, including the Call for Papers, is now open. The closing date for… Continue Reading.
We are interested in submissions that examine the interface between strategy implementation and organizational change and which could lead to the development of a coherent research agenda on what occurs at the interface. We especially welcome submissions that examine what it means ‘to enable’ a strategy and which are multidisciplinary
We encourage prospective authors to refer to the Journal of Managerial Psychology website (https://www.emeraldinsight.com/journal/jmp) and in particular the instructions on submitting papers as well as for more details about the types of manuscripts that we will consider for publication). Prospective authors should direct any questions about expectations, requirements, and appropriateness of topics to us in our capacity as the guest editors. Click link below… Continue Reading.
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.
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.