This special issue is an initiative of the ANZAM Indigenous Issues Special Interest Group whose formation was endorsed by the ANZAM board at their meeting on 13 June 2013. The special issue is also supported by Te Au Rangahau, the Māori Business & Leadership Centre at Massey Business School. We acknowledge the ANZAM board and founding co-convenors of the SIG,… Continue Reading.
The ANZAM 2017 Conference is being held in Melbourne, Australia, from 5-8 December 20176, hosted by the RMIT School of Management. The Conference theme is Creative Disruption: Managing in a Digital Age. We are delighted to announce that the Conference website, including the Call for Papers, is now open. You will find lots of useful and important information about the… Continue Reading.
Clean, Green & Responsible? Soundings from Down Under – a call for chapters for an edited book proposal (Springer) We invite proposals for chapters on issues around “clean, green and responsible”. The aim is to bring sustainability soundings in Australia and New Zealand into the current debate to fill the gap in the existing material in this specific domain. The main… Continue Reading.
The British Academy of Management Strategy Special Interest Group will be holding its 3rd annual online workshop for PhD students in strategic management. Chaired by Professor Catherine Wang, the event will be hosted by Brunel Business School, Brunel University London.
Embracing Opportunity – Small Business in the Asia-Pacific SEAANZ welcomes submissions from across the small enterprise and entrepreneurship research domain. We host welcoming conference that seeks to build new knowledge and to build bridges between academic researchers, business and policy makers. We welcome new and ground-breaking research, even if formative in nature. We especially welcome research from research students and… Continue Reading.
Theme: Networks in changing business ecosystems The organisers of the research symposium have the aim to bring together researchers from diverse backgrounds to share knowledge and insights into the topic of networks in changing business environments. Building on this interdisciplinary exchange we seek to establish a broad cooperative research agenda about the contemporary role of businesses in an increasingly networked world. For more information, click HERE.
Conference Theme: Leadership Edge Papers are welcome on any topic related to employment relations, including organisation studies. For the teaching and learning stream, papers are welcome from all business related and social science disciplines.