RRBM on Tour Symposium – Dubrovnik/Zagreb

TIME SCHEDULE 16:00-16:30   Welcome addresses  Dr Nebojsa Stojcic, Vice-Rector University of Dubrovnik (Croatia)   16:30-17:15   Opening Keynote The History of Responsible Research in Business and Management & Why We Need it Today.  Prof. Peter McKiernan: University of Strathclyde (Scotland) This talk will focus on the two main reasons why we need to make our research in…

Including Practitioners in Co-Creating Desirable Future

Including Practitioners in Co-Creating Desirable Future   Speaker: Dr Garima Sharma (Georgia State University)   Management research fails to impact practice because our focus is on evidence from the past that may not reflect practitioners’ current reality. Further, we use this historical evidence to predict the future. However, as the current crises has shown, often…

Special Section: Responses to Dennis Tourish’s “The Triumph of Nonsense in Management Studies”

May 20, 2020 – July 24, 2020

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Academy of Management Learning & Education

How to Do Relevant Research – part 2

How to Do Relevant Research – part 2:  Navigating the Networked Value Stream of Organizational and Management Research   Speakers: Dr. Susan Albers Mohrman, Prof John Boudreau and Prof Christopher G. Worley   The eco-system of organizational knowledge is an expansive, diverse, and dynamic network of actors and activities. Organizational researchers who aspire to have…

Vlerick Business School

Vlerick Business School, Belgium Live, learn, leap   Vlerick Business School is the oldest business and management school in Europe. Founded in 1953 by the renowned academic, entrepreneur and politician, Professor André Vlerick, Vlerick Business School has been leading innovation in business for well over half a century. As the management school of Belgium’s two…

University of Strathclyde Business School

University of Strathclyde Business School, UK A place of useful learning   A triple accredited business school, the University of Strathclyde Business School is dedicated to the ethos of the University which is to be ‘a place of useful learning’. As such, our research is geared towards addressing societal challenges and solving cross-disciplinary problems.  …