Rabat, 2017

Nacef Mouri - Steffen Roth

Halle/Saale, 2016

Anne-Katrin Neyer - Julia Müller

Krakow, 2015

Beata Jalocha

Almeria, 2014

Miguel Perez

Liechtenstein, 2013

Susanne Durst - Stefan Güldenberg

Dublin, 2012

Brian Harney

 

Innsbruck, 2011

Julia Müller - Dagmar Abfalter - Melanie Zaglia

 

 

 

 

 

Nuremberg, 2010

Anne-Katrin Neyer - Hagen Habicht - Kathrin Möslein

 

Are you an advanced PhD student? Are you a Postdoc? Are you a Junior Lecturer/Assistant Professor?

Do you want to be part of the “Young EURAM club” to share your early career experiences and gain insights?

 

The Early career Community, following the eight earlier successful European Academy of Management Early Career Colloquia held in Dublin, Innsbruck, Nuremberg, Liechtenstein, Armeria, Krakow, Halle and Rabat, is honoured to announce that the 9th EURAM Career Colloquium (EECC) Winter Olympics will be hosted by the University of Rome Tor Vergata in March 2018.

 

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Are you a Junior Lecturer/ Assistant Prof?

Do you want to be part of a “Young EURAM” to share early career experiences and gain Insights?

Call for Participants

6th EURAM Early Career Colloquium
“How to PRomote your research?”
February 11-13, 2015

Hosted by the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland

Following the successful EURAM Early Career Colloquia held in Nuremberg, Innsbruck, Dublin, Lichtenstein and Almeria we are pleased to announce that the 6th EURAM Early Career Colloquium (EECC) will be hosted by the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Faculty of Management and Social Communication in February 2015.

The aim of the EECC is to offer a platform for early career academics (broadly defined e.g. assistant professors, Post-doctoral researchers, recently appointed lecturers/associate professors, advanced PhD students) to come together to discuss key challenges, learn from experts and share career related insights. The EECC provides a forum for networking, knowledge exchange and development of research collaborations.

Where: Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland.
Who: Early Career Scholars in all fields of management.
Why: Share experiences, network, and reflect on key early career challenges and opportunities

When: February 11-13, 2015

The theme of the Krakow EECC is “How to PRomote your research?”. Key sessions will build on this theme covering the domains of research promotion.

Also, this year young researchers will have for the first time a unique opportunity to work on their work-in- progress papers with mentors and will receive a chance to present their final papers during EURAM 2015 conference in Warszawa! Thus, if you are participating and presenting a paper during the EECC in Krakow you will automatically have the possibility to participate and present your further developed paper at the EECC dedicated track during the EURAM 2015 conference.

Your benefit: You kill two birds with one stone: being part of the EECC equals being accepted for presentation during the EURAM 2015 conference…and even more given that you have the unique opportunity to get friendly reviews while working on your paper during the EECC in Krakow. 

So take the opportunity and hand in your application!

 

Registration: %This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." target="_blank" style="box-sizing: inherit; border-width: 0px 0px 1px; border-top-style: initial; border-right-style: initial; border-bottom-style: solid; border-left-style: initial; border-top-color: initial; border-right-color: initial; border-bottom-color: rgb(216, 216, 216); border-left-color: initial; border-image: initial; font-family: inherit; font-style: inherit; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; color: rgb(214, 4, 4); transition-duration: 125ms; transition-timing-function: ease-out;">Send us your CV and abstract of the paper you would like to develop during EECC before December 30, 2014 (deadline extended!).

Participation fee (160EUR) covers cost of catering, social excursions and workshop materials. Participants are kindly requested to cover transportation and accommodation cost. We will be happy to help you find convenient and affordable accommodation in Kraków. Ryanair, EasyJet and other airlines offer regular, direct cheap flights to Kraków.

6th EECC detailed program

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The Guest Speakers and Mentors of the 6th EECC 


Prof. Dr. Luca Gnan

Luca Gnan is Professor of Management at the University of Rome Tor Vergata and at Bocconi University. Luca has been Vice-President, Conference Chair and Executive Committee Member of the European Academy of Management (EURAM). He is now the President of EURAM.

Prof. Dr. Peter McKiernan

Peter McKiernan is Professor of Management at the Strathclyde Business School. He has  considerable business experience, having consulted widely in the strategy area for leading multinational companies, in the public sector and for SMEs. Peter has been Vice Chairman, Chairman, President and Dean of the Fellow’s College of the British Academy of Management (BAM) and Vice President and President of the European Academy of Management (EURAM). He is also EURAM Fellow since 2012.

Prof. Dr. Stefan Güldenberg

Stefan Güldenberg holds the Chair in International Management at the University of Liechtenstein, Vaduz, Principality of Liechtenstein. He has been a visiting researcher at the Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He is the Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Liechtenstein.

Prof. Dr. Kathrin M. Möslein

Kathrin Möslein holds the Chair for Information Systems I – Innovation & Value Creation at the University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU). She is also a member of the team of directors of the Center for Leading Innovation and Cooperation (CLIC) at HHL – Leipzig Graduate School of Management (HHL).

Prof. Dr.  Steffen Roth

Steffen Roth is Assistant Professor of Management and Organization at the ESC Rennes School of Business. He is also an Affiliate Professor of Sociology at the Yerevan State University and Visiting Professor at the International University of Rabat. He was awarded a Dr. rer. pol. (PhD in economics) from the Chemnitz University of Technology and recently defended his second PhD thesis in organizational sociology at the University of Geneva.

Prof. Dr. Anne-Katrin Neyer

Anne-Katrin Neyer is professor of Human Resources Management and Business Governance at the Martin-Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg (Germany). She holds a PhD from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration (Austria) and received her Habilitation from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany). She was a post-doctoral research fellow at the UK’s Advanced Institute of Management Research at London Business School and has been a lecturer and visiting researcher at various international institutions. Anne-Katrin is vice president (responsible for the development of the early career researchers) in the Executive Committee of the European Academy of Management.

Prof. Dr. Wojciech Czakon

Prof. Dr. Miia Martinsuo

Miia Martinsuois Professor of Industrial Management and Head of Department at the Department of Industrial Management, Tampere University of Technology, Finland. Her field of research and teaching is industrial operations, particularly in project and service business. Her publications appear e.g. in Journal of Product Innovation Management, International Journal of Project Management, Creativity and Innovation Management, International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, Studies in Higher Education, and Project Management Journal. Her current research interests include: service business innovation; steering and selecting product development project portfolios; the autonomy, control and efficiency of product and service development projects; and organizational transformation towards service business.

Prof. Dr. Miguel Perez Valls
University of Almería

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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

7th EURAM Early Career Colloquium – “Winter Olympics”
“Networking (and) Methods”
February 24-26, 2016

hosted by the Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (Germany)

Following the successful European Academy of Management Early Career Colloquia held in Nuremberg, Innsbruck, Dublin, Liechtenstein, Almeria and Krakow we are pleased to announce that the 7th EURAM Early Career Colloquium (EECC) Winter Olympics will be hosted by the Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (Chair for Strategic Management and Chair for Human Resources Management & Business Governance) in February 2016.

The aim of the EECC is to offer a platform for early career academics (broadly defined e.g. assistant professors, Post-doctoral researchers, recently appointed lecturers/associate professors, advanced PhD students) to come together to discuss key challenges, learn from experts and share career related insights. The EECC provides a forum for networking, knowledge exchange and development of research collaborations.

The theme of the EECC in Halle (Saale) is “Networking (and) Methods”. Key sessions will build on this theme covering topics such as innovative methods for research, teaching and networking. Given its success during the EECC 2015, you will have the possibility to discuss your work-in progress papers with mentors and peers. Also, as participant of the EECC 2016 Winter Olympics you will have the possibility to present your final papers during a dedicated EECC Winter Olympic track at the EURAM 2016 conference in Paris. This is networking in practice as you will get to know people from across Europe who might be interested in a joint research project, paper etc.; the program will give enough time for this!

Application: Please send your CV and abstract of the paper you would like to develop during EECC before December 15, 2015 to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Participation fee (160 Euro) covers cost of catering, social excursions and workshop materials. Participants are kindly requested to cover transportation and accommodation cost. We will be happy to help you find convenient and affordable accommodation in Halle/Saale.

Download Call for Papers as PDF here.

For more information and updates please visit www.euram-online.org andwww.eecn.org or contact Julia Mueller (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or Anne-Katrin Neyer (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

We very much look forward to welcome you in Halle (Saale)!

Anne-Katrin Neyer & Julia Müller (EECC 2016 Organizers)

Why EURAM Early Career Colloquium? Explainer video recorded at the 6th EECC in Krakow 2015. 

 

Next Meeting

9th EURAM Early Career Colloquium, Rome, Italy

 

Past Meetings

8th EURAM Early Career Colloquium, Rabat, Morocco

7th EURAM Early Career Colloquium, Halle, Germany

6th EURAM Early Career Colloquium, Krakow, Poland

5th EURAM Early Career Colloquium, Almeria, Spain

4th EURAM Early Career Colloquium, Vaduz, Liechtenstein

3rd EURAM Early Career Colloquium, Dublin, Ireland

2nd EURAM Early Career Colloquium, Innsbruck, Austria

1st EURAM Early Career Colloquium, Nuremberg, Germany

 

 

8th Edition of EECC - 2017 

The European Academy of Management Early Career Network invites

advanced PhD-students, Postdocs, and recently appointed Lecturers or Assistant Professors in management and cognate fields of research to meet

peers, mentors, and members of the EURAM top management team at the

 

8th EURAM Early Career Colloquium on “Impact”
March 5-7, 2017 @Rabat Business School
Co-hosted by ESC Rennes School of Business (France)
and Rabat Business School, International University of Rabat (Morocco)

ESC rennesrabat business school

La Rochelle

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7th Edition of the EECC

Delegates attending the 2016 EECC in Martin-Luther University Halle-WittenbergDelegates attending the 2016 EECC in Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

Our warm thanks to Anne-Katrin Neyer, Vice President EECC,  Julia Müller co-organiser and to their team members who organised a very successful event: Sabrina Rockau, Tino Buchardt, Christian Geißler, Annet Eder, Michael Brauch, Miriam Neidig, Petar Ararski and Plamen Koyumdzhiev.

 

Testimonies

  • Luisa Jaffé
  • Brian Harney
  • Miguel Pérez Valls
  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Güldenberg
  • Hannah Möltner
  • Dr. Steffen Roth
  • EECC is one of the most dynamic groups of EURAM. I never call EECC the EURAM Early Career Consortium, but Community. They set up the social media for EURAM which the head office picked up much later … EURAM now has 1700 fans, close to 200 Twitter followers. As Executive Officer of EURAM, it has always been a wonderful experience to collaborate with each organizer, and learn new ways of approaching my work to serve a wider community of scholars … :-)”

    Luisa Jaffé, EURAM Executive Officer

  • The EURAM Early Career Colloquium is a fantastic initiative providing a much needed and beneficial infrastructure for early career and emerging scholars to network, share insights and future-proof their careers. I left the EECC Innsbruck 2011 so energised and encouraged that I was delighted to subsequently organise the Dublin EECC on the theme of managing expectations. I have little doubt the EECC experience has benefited my career trajectory, and I’m sure the same is true of all participants”.

    Brian Harney, Senior Lecturer, Dublin City University Business School, EURAM National Representative for Ireland and EURAM Board Member.

  • I love this Early Career Colloquium because it makes me think on how I would like to design my academic career and who I would like to be networked to.
    What I like the most is the possibility of interacting with other colleagues in my situation and learning from their experiences, both personal and professional.
    It is a forum in which experienced professors sit next to you and share their insights on academic development. It is a unique possibility for creating synergies in terms of research opportunities and funding.
    I would like to highlight as well the personal outputs. I have created some really good friendships that go beyond mere professional interactions. I have visited and received visits from friends coming from different parts of Europe. It has definitely been a truly enriching experience.

    Miguel Pérez Valls, Associate Professor, University of Almeria

  • The EECC is a unique opportunity for young researchers to connect with and to grow into the scientific community. For me as a former organizer and long-time mentor it’s the number one European event where I discover the most promising academic talents. Even more valuable for me is that during the EECC I learn so much about the young scientists personal values and aspirations which we as senior researchers should carefully consider while continuously shaping our own community.


    Prof. Dr. Stefan Güldenberg, University of Lichtenstein, co-organiser of EECC in 2013.

  • I would like to thank you again for the great experience being in Dublin! It was a perfect mixture of working together, exchanging ideas and getting new input. Now it's our turn to demonstrate what we learned in the workshop! :-)


    Hannah Möltner (Reinhard-Mohn-Institut für Unternehmensführung und Corporate Governance, Witten/Herdecke University), participant EECC Dublin, 2011

  • Having been a EECC participant myself, I now do enjoy my engagement for the EECC because that is where I am meeting young and highly motivated talents with fresh ideas. One recent outcome of our EECC activities is our call for submissions to the "Next Management Theory" topic at the EURAM conference in Paris 2016.

    Dr. Steffen Roth, Assistant Professor at ESC Rennes School of Business, France, and Affiliate Professor at the Yerevan State University, Armenia

  • Luisa Jaffé
  • Brian Harney
  • Miguel Pérez Valls
  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Güldenberg
  • Hannah Möltner
  • Dr. Steffen Roth

Should you require more information, do not hesitate contact
Professor Anne-Katrin Neyer, Martin-Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

5th EURAM Early Career Colloquium: Shaking your Network!!!

Hosted by the University of Almería, Spain (Jan 29th to Feb 1st, 2014)

Link to the 5th EECC Facebook-site | Link to the 5th EECC Blog

Final Programme

Wednesday 29th

  • 18:30 Welcome by Luca Gnan (President Elect of Euram), Peter McKiernan (Past President of EURAM and a Founding member of EURAM) and José Céspedes (Dean of the College of Business and Economics, University of Almería).
  • 19:00 Introduction round. Introduction of the participants, their research topics and expectations/thoughts of/about the EECC ́s theme
  • 19:30 Commute to San José
  • 20:30 Dinner
  • 21:30 Social dynamics: The wedding

Thursday 30th

  • 08:30 Workshop 1: James Guthrie. “Publication Strategies”
  • 10:30 Break
  • 11:00 Workshop 2: Luca Gnan. “How to sustain a networked publication career”
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 14:00 Workshop 3: Stefan Güldenberg. “Managing yourself, the art of personal knowledge management”
  • 15:30 Social excursion: Alternative Winter “Olympics” Adventure. Location: Cabo de Gata Natural Park.
  • 19:00 Dinner at “El Sotillo”

Friday 31st

  • 09:00 Workshop 4: Kathrin Moeslein: “Design-oriented Research: Prototyping and Piloting as Research Strategies”
  • 11:00 Break
  • 11:30 Workshop 5: Cristina Gómez, National Contact Point: Funding your networked research. H2020 opportunities for creating innovative training networks.
  • 13:30 Lunch
  • 15:30 Workshop 6: Round Table: “Expanding networks: Finding a position in Europe and beyond”
  • 17:00 Break
  • 17:30 Workshop 6: Peter McKiernan: “The academic journey”
  • 19:00 Dinner, Summary & Farewell

Objective

The aim of the EECC is to offer a platform for early career academics (broadly defined e.g. assistant professors, Post-doctoral researchers, recently appointed lecturers/associate professors, advanced PhD students) to come together to discuss key challenges, learn from experts and share career related insights. The EECC provides a forum for networking, knowledge exchange and development of research collaborations.

 

What/Who is the EECC

Ever since the EECC was created, it has been called in many ways. Some refer to the EURAM Early Career Consortium, the Colloquium, others to the Community.

In fact, the EECC is all three, a consortium of young scholars who participated in previous events. Today there are close to 70 junior scholars who have taken part in one of the six events dedicated to them.

The event itself is referred to as the colloquium. Six events were organized since 2010. They took place in Nuremberg, Innsbruck, Dublin, Lichtenstein, Almeira and Krakow. Junior scholars from those countries have successfully worked with their institutions and EURAM to attract their peers to focus on their own interests and issues.
Yet, the EECC is a community within the wider community of engaged management scholars of EURAM enjoying the networking opportunities and special events targeted to them when they participate in the Annual Conference.

 

Testimonies

  • Miguel Pérez Valls
  • Brian Harney
  • Luisa Jaffé
  • Hannah Möltner
  • Dr. Steffen Roth
  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Güldenberg
  • I love this Early Career Colloquium because it makes me think on how I would like to design my academic career and who I would like to be networked to.
    What I like the most is the possibility of interacting with other colleagues in my situation and learning from their experiences, both personal and professional.
    It is a forum in which experienced professors sit next to you and share their insights on academic development. It is a unique possibility for creating synergies in terms of research opportunities and funding.
    I would like to highlight as well the personal outputs. I have created some really good friendships that go beyond mere professional interactions. I have visited and received visits from friends coming from different parts of Europe. It has definitely been a truly enriching experience.

    Miguel Pérez Valls, Associate Professor, University of Almeria

  • The EURAM Early Career Colloquium is a fantastic initiative providing a much needed and beneficial infrastructure for early career and emerging scholars to network, share insights and future-proof their careers. I left the EECC Innsbruck 2011 so energised and encouraged that I was delighted to subsequently organise the Dublin EECC on the theme of managing expectations. I have little doubt the EECC experience has benefited my career trajectory, and I’m sure the same is true of all participants”.

    Brian Harney, Senior Lecturer, Dublin City University Business School, EURAM National Representative for Ireland and EURAM Board Member.

  • EECC is one of the most dynamic groups of EURAM. I never call EECC the EURAM Early Career Consortium, but Community. They set up the social media for EURAM which the head office picked up much later … EURAM now has 1700 fans, close to 200 Twitter followers. As Executive Officer of EURAM, it has always been a wonderful experience to collaborate with each organizer, and learn new ways of approaching my work to serve a wider community of scholars … :-)”

    Luisa Jaffé, EURAM Executive Officer

  • I would like to thank you again for the great experience being in Dublin! It was a perfect mixture of working together, exchanging ideas and getting new input. Now it's our turn to demonstrate what we learned in the workshop! :-)


    Hannah Möltner (Reinhard-Mohn-Institut für Unternehmensführung und Corporate Governance, Witten/Herdecke University), participant EECC Dublin, 2011

  • Having been a EECC participant myself, I now do enjoy my engagement for the EECC because that is where I am meeting young and highly motivated talents with fresh ideas. One recent outcome of our EECC activities is our call for submissions to the "Next Management Theory" topic at the EURAM conference in Paris 2016.

    Dr. Steffen Roth, Assistant Professor at ESC Rennes School of Business, France, and Affiliate Professor at the Yerevan State University, Armenia

  • The EECC is a unique opportunity for young researchers to connect with and to grow into the scientific community. For me as a former organizer and long-time mentor it’s the number one European event where I discover the most promising academic talents. Even more valuable for me is that during the EECC I learn so much about the young scientists personal values and aspirations which we as senior researchers should carefully consider while continuously shaping our own community.


    Prof. Dr. Stefan Güldenberg, University of Lichtenstein, co-organiser of EECC in 2013.

  • Miguel Pérez Valls
  • Brian Harney
  • Luisa Jaffé
  • Hannah Möltner
  • Dr. Steffen Roth
  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Güldenberg

Should you require more information, do not hesitate contact Professor Pierre Doussage, HEC Paris, responsible for the EURAM Early Career Consortium, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

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