The aim of this special issue is to bring together theoretical and empiricaladvancements in relation to HRM change leadership role in understanding and addressingsustainability challenges. We seek both theoretical and empirical papers, as well as literature reviews and meta-analyses, including interdisciplinary and intersectoral research.
With the 3rd Strategic Supply Chain Thought Leaders Forum, jointly with the 18th Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Operations, Supply Chain, and Services Management Symposium (ANZAM Operations 2020). Deadline for Submissions: 31 March 2020
Theme: Innovation Shaping a Sustainable Future The conference will bring together experts from different countries to present their papers and talk about the main challenges to shape a sustainable future. CR3+ is a collaborative initiative of four PRME champions: Audencia Business School (France), Hanken School of Economics (Finland), ISAE FGV (Brazil) and La Trobe Business School (Australia). These champions have… 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.
Deadline Extended to 15 April 2020 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… Continue Reading.
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.
EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 30 SEPTEMBER 2020 As well as research papers (up to 8000 words including references), the theme will include debate articles (up to 1000 words) and new development articles (up to 2500 words). Please view the journal’s Instructions for Authors prior to submitting an article. Debate and new development articles will be reviewed by the guest editors… Continue Reading.
Over the last few years, the concepts of sustainability, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and management control systems (MCSs) have continued to draw the attention of scholars and practitioners alike. While a great deal of research has been conducted to explore the separate areas of sustainability, CSR and MCSs, very few concerted research efforts have been made to systematically integrate these concepts… Continue Reading.