Toolkit

Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarship Communications Toolkit   Thank you for your organization’s support in promoting the RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarship!  This toolkit contains suggested messages for promoting the scholarship. We encourage your adaptation of the below suggested messaging as appropriate to your network, organizational mission, and values. The toolkit will be updated…

North meets South: A call for inclusive global research
Smaranda Boroș, Anita Bosch & Yuliya Shymko

The Covid-19 pandemic is not just a health, economic, and humanitarian crisis, it is laying bare some undeniable truths in societies worldwide: It emphasises the extent of inequalities, both between and within societies. In the dynamics between nations, these inequalities revolve around the reliance on international funding bodies for humanitarian aid — and what happens…

Impact Scholar Community

The Impact Scholar Community supports early-career management scholars in developing impact capabilities. An initial inquiry reveals where we want to help most. Sylvia Grewatsch (Brock University), Nicholas Poggioli (University of Michigan) and Garima Sharma (University of New Mexico) are organizers of the Impact Scholar Community.   Early-career management researchers who care about impact face unique…

Conferences

We are happy to promote conferences that relate to or support the themes and goals of RRBM. Upcoming conferences Fostering Business & Management Responsible Research on Sustainability – Summer School Date : September 6-10, 2021 Location : Taranto, Italy More info about the Summer School here   8th Responsible Management Education Research Conference “Poverty and…

The Management and Organization Science Puzzle:
Questions from a Metaphorical Comparison of Medicine and Management
Fabrice Cavarretta

Management and Organizational Science (MOS), a pillar of the Social, Behavioral and Economic field, is a young science. Nonetheless, it has moved rapidly from an initial focus purely on practice (previous to the reports by the Ford and Carnegie Foundations in the 1960s) to its current state where it relies on more of a “pure…