Dear colleagues and friends,
A new concern for our management research community is emerging: it may become more difficult to conduct field research in management. Based on an investigation conducted by Julienne Brabet, EURAM Fellow and former Vice President, I wish to alert management scholars, in particular those of us who engage in empirical work within organizations. In the name of ethics, bureaucracy may soon fall upon us, in the form of newly created (Ex ante) Research review boards or Ethics boards. These schemes put in place to secure ethical practices for research projects in medicine and biology are being extrapolated to social sciences and new regulations are being increasingly implemented in several countries.
Obviously, I need to insist from the outset: I will not argue against ethics in academic research in management (nor in any other discipline). Quite the contrary. Like all EURAM members, I am naturally and strongly in favor of integrity of research, protection of personal data, rigor in collecting and analyzing data, and similar non-negotiable requirements of our profession. As investigators, we obviously need to behave in responsible ways, doing no harm and protecting all those involved in our research projects.
However, the heart of the problem here is not the principles of ethics but the way in which these principles are implemented in practice. We received reports from colleagues who had to fill out a 35-page template, with significant amount of information requested in advance about a field study involving rounds of interviews in organizations. No pilot study could start before the case had been reviewed by a formal university Ethics review board. Typical requests included describing the detailed list of those to be interviewed and the questionnaire used, obtaining a signed approval of consent from every single interviewee (this must be informed consent: the title of the project and its objectives are to be specified to fully inform the interviewees – regardless of the potential biases introduced in the responses by doing so), or details about how and where the data will be stored and retrieved (e.g. a safe), etc. Once submitted, the university Ethics review board may or may not approve the research plan, or ask for more information, thus causing delays, loss of opportunities, waste of time and energy. As a consequence, researchers may be tempted to turn away from field studies.
Many colleagues in management research are choosing to work from secondary data, too often to increase productivity and their publications scores to fulfill institutional expectations. Some may become management professors without having had any direct exposure to firms or organizations. In this context, it would seem totally inappropriate to discourage those of our management researcher colleagues eager to engage in field studies away from that path.
Scholarly enquiry requires academic intellectual freedom, unleashing imagination, daring to question both objectives and means to reach them. In the name of Ethics, are we going to lose these principles for a bureaucracy of Virtue?
President, European Academy of Management
Congratulations to all the winners of the EURAM Awards.
The full ceremony of Awards can be viewed on YOUTUBE
Announcement of PMI Research Grant
Pmi Sponsored Research Program Euram - Project Organizing Sig Partnership Grant
PMI Academic Programs engages project management scholars within their scholarly community and within the discipline of management. The objectives of this grant are to highlight the interdisciplinary nature of project organizing by demonstrating its linkage to other SIGs and the connection between projects and strategy.
Grant Amount: US$ 50,000
EURAM Research Grants Scheme
Proposals can be in the range of €3,000 to €5,000. The Submission deadline is 28 March 2019.
EURAM 2019 Conference – 26-28 June 2019, ICSTE-IUL, Lisbon
First Announcement of Call for Papers: 26 September 2018
Deadline for Paper Submission: 15 January 2019 (2 pm Belgian time)
Notification of Acceptance: 20 March 2019
Early Bird Registration Deadline: 18 April 2019
Authors Registration Deadline: 25 April 2019
Greetings from Lisbon!
Some insights about EURAM 2019 in Lisbon.
We just completed an important milestone on the road towards the 2019 Lisbon Conference.
The Call for Papers has gone out.
Our theme “Exploring the Future of Management: Facts, Fashion and Fado” has been formulated to attract the EURAM community to discuss the big questions that management has to deal in the next decades. Artificial intelligence, Big Data, demographic imbalances such as, in the case of Europe, a decreasing and ageing population are deeply transforming the way we understand and manage organisations. We as management scholars should be able to discuss these problems and others that affect our society.
The next milestone concerns the Call for Reviewers. In order to provide high quality reviews to everybody who submits a paper, we need your help.
We at ISCTE-IUL are looking forward to welcoming you in Lisbon in June 2019.
Nelson Santos António
EURAM 2019 Conference Chair
EURAM 2020 Conference – 17-19 June 2020, Trinity Business School, Dublin
24-25 June 2019, ICSTE-IUL, Lisbon
Deadline for Submission to Doctoral Colloquium: 22 January 2019
Notification of Acceptance: 14 March 2019
Deadline for Registration: 18 April 2019
15-16 June 2020, Trinity Business School, Dublin
Celebrating 10 years of networking and career building in European Management Research
Dates: 27 February - 1 March 2019
Next year, the EURAM Early Career Community celebrates the 10th anniversary of its annual colloquium to support emerging talents in business and management studies. EECC 2019 will take place from February 27th to March 1st in Nuremberg, Germany, hosted by Friedrich-Alexander University. It provides early career scholars with the opportunity to present their research, get advice and mentorship from leading scholars in the field, expand their professional network, and plan their future path in academia. In addition to paper presentations and individual research development sessions, EECC 2019 will put specific emphasis on international project collaboration, career options in Europe and exchange with industry. Deadline for paper submission will be in December.
For further details and updates, please visit the EECC website at http://www.euramonline.org/annual-euram-ecc.html
Bohemian like you? Managing people and organizations in creative industries
Deadline for full paper submissions: October 31, 2018
Following the insights on our theoretical framework at EURAM 2018, we progressed the research on (Dis)engagement in Open Innovation two folds – qualitative analysis using unique cognitive interviewing techniques and development of a laboratory instrument - Open Innovation Game. A version of the qualitative work has just been nominated as the ‘Best Student Paper’ at the World Open Innovation Conference to be held in San Francisco and the laboratory behavioural experimental methods which are based on behavioural economics and experiments in creativity won the 'Best PhD project' at the 2018 R&D Management Conference in Milan. Feedback from EURAM reviewers and participants at our presentation was instrumental in our progress to say the least. We look forward to submitting an article to EMR in the coming weeks.
Ahmed Attia’s paper
"Resources Allocation: A Moderator of Relationship of Recycling Strategy and Organizational Performance'' has been awarded the Best Track Paper in sustainability in the 2018 IEOM Paris Conference.
Seerat Fatima presented a paper at 7th Asian Management Research and Case Conference (AMRC) 2018, organized by Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in collaboration with Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB), Graduate School of Business, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), University of Dhaka and University of Wollongong Dubai (UOWD) and chaired by Dr Shaista Khilji on 23-24 March 2018 at the Pearl Continental Hotel Bhurban, Pakistan and won BEST PAPER AWARD.
Dr. Lituchy has received a Fulbright Scholarship (2018-2020) to do research on culture, leadership and motivation in the Caribbean. It's an extension of the LEAD research project = Leadership Effectiveness in Africa and the Diaspora.
She has also received a grant from SAMS for a writing workshop to meet with her African research partners to write a book and articles based on this research. We are looking for new research partners for this project.
Here's a link to our recent book on the LEAD research: https://www.amazon.com/LEAD-Leadership-Effectiveness-Diaspora-Palgrave-ebook/dp/B01M7ZB3W4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1537327775&sr=8-1&keywords=Lituchy
Dr. Lituchy is also the PIMSA Distinguish Chair in International Management at CETYS Universidad in Baja California, Mexico. http://www.cetys.mx/en/facultylisting/
and was a Professor on Semester at Sea in Spring 2016 where she met Desmond Tutu.
Terri also has consulting and event management companies. https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-terri-r-lituchy-3498945/
An ‘EPIC’ Adventure to Assess Entrepreneurship Education - Award-winning!
The IEEC [www.ieec2018.ac.uk] gave a Best Workshop award to a hands-on workshop on the new EEEPHEIC ('EPIC') project to create a game-changing robust, validated tool kit for assessing the impact of entrepreneurship training programs, funded by the European Commission. The workshop was led by project manager, Dr. Gabi Kaffka, partnered by team member Dr. Norris Krueger (and assisted by team member Dr. Andrew Penaluna). The workshop was joined by entrepreneurship education luminaries such as the EU & OECD's Margherita Bacigalupo, China's Zing Zhang, Catherine Brentnall, Amy Gerrard, and Kelly Smith.
Receive a 25% discount as a EURAM member for the book Entrepreneurship in Western Europe: A Contextual Perspective, Léo Paul Dana, Montpellier Business School https://www.dropbox.com/s/43731d6puplflqb/SL%20HY%2006%2018%2019%20E.pdf?dl=0
Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and the Diffusion of Startups
Edited by Elias Carayannis, George Washington University, US,
Giovanni Battista Dagnino, University of Rome LUMSA, Palermo Campus Italy,
Sharon Alvarez, University of Pittsburgh, US and
Rosario Faraci, University of Catania, Italy
Recently emerging from a remote corner of study, entrepreneurial ecosystems and startups are assuming an increasingly significant role in today’s business world. This book constitutes a pioneering introduction to entrepreneurial ecosystems and startups, advancing the debate and providing unique and original coverage of the subject.
"Working Internationally: Expatriation, Migration and Other Global Work" (Edward Elgar, April 2019), by Yvonne McNulty and Chris Brewster, is the only textbook to specialise in all the widely-accepted types of international work such as high-status expatriation, international business travel, short-term project work, and international commuting, while also covering the management of low-status expatriates, qualified immigrants, economic and low-skilled migrants, and refugees. Topics include cost effective global HRM, value and ROI, localisation, home- and host-based compensation, human rights, and duty of care. In nine clear chapters, this book covers everything that a teacher or student of expatriation and global mobility needs to know, with each chapter written specifically as a primer for teaching sessions. Chapters include learning objectives, key theories, reference and reading lists, high-quality diagrams, class activities, and reflective questions.
Routledge has recently introduced two new titles – Macro Talent Management: A Global Perspective on Managing Talent in Developed Markets and Macro Talent Management in Emerging and Emergent Markets: A Global Perspective (both edited by Vlad Vaiman, Paul Sparrow, Randall Shuler, and David G. Collings) – that serve as a guide which orients the reader toward activities that increase their country’s global competitiveness, attractiveness, and economic development through meaningful talent management (TM). These books bring together leading experts from around the world to address such important Macro TM issues as cross-border flows of talent, diaspora mobility, knowledge flows, global labour markets, policies, etc. As illustrated in the books, these issues have major implications for organizations, including multinational enterprises and non-governmental organizations, individuals, as well as countries.
Chartaya Nilplub’sresearch paper "Service quality, Perceived Value for Money, AND Student Satisfaction: The Comparative study between Public and Private University in Thailand" was published in Suthiparithat Journal (Like to Download: http://www.dpu.ac.th/dpurc/journal-read-74-545).
The author is currently working on the new research project "Gastronomy Tourism in Thailand: Case study of Chinese tourists’ patronage on street food vendors."
Marco Bellucci and Giacomo Manetti just published a new book with Routledge, “Stakeholder Engagement and Sustainability Reporting”. This volume contributes, both empirically and theoretically, to the social and environmental accounting literature by studying the various features of stakeholder engagement in sustainability reporting. In a context of growing social and environmental concerns, the role of corporations in encouraging sustainability has drawn increasing attention in recent years. The authors believe that it is more important than ever that large enterprises, on the one hand, take into account the opinion of their stakeholder while defining their strategies and, on the other hand, disclose material and relevant information on their ability to contribute to sustainability while delivering value for all of their stakeholders.
A new book on Social Entrepreneurship and Social innovation is being published by Routledge. Edited by Mario Biggeri, Enrico Testi, Marco Bellucci, H. Thomas R. Persson, and Roel During, this book provides comprehensive and advanced analysis of the characteristics of social entrepreneurship in Europe. It offers innovative, multidisciplinary, up-todate research on the ecosystems of social entrepreneurship, the behavior of social entrepreneurs, their ability to produce social innovation, social capital and social inclusion, and the role of stakeholders in fostering socially oriented businesses. Moreover, it addresses the diversity of the European social enterprise sector from an evolutionary perspective, with particular reference to the rise of social entrepreneurship and the role of new-generation social entrepreneurs throughout Europe.
Dermot Breslin (Sheffield University, UK), Doug Renwick (Nottingham Trent University, UK), and Ilfryn Price (Sheffield Hallam University, UK) have recently had a paper accepted with the European Management Review, entitled ‘Nurturing Novelty: Toulmin's greenhouse, journal rankings and knowledge evolution’. In this paper, the authors argue that the increasing use of journal ranking lists within the European research community has reduced innovation and creativity, biased peer selection processes and constrained the dissemination of knowledge within the academic community. Drawing on the work of philosopher Stephen Toulmin, the authors develop an evolutionary metaphor to conceptualise the research process evolving within a greenhouse. Within this artificial greenhouse environment, favoured ‘branches’ of knowledge flourish at the expense of new conceptual saplings, producing a tree of knowledge which is increasingly unfit to the external world.
Business, Innovation, and the Arts (Piero Formica and John Edmondson, Editors), 2019
The topic of the book is relevant to current discourses on the nature of innovation, the importance of innovation and entrepreneurship in economic development, the impact of entrepreneurship education, and graduate employability. The role of the arts and humanities in business education and scientific and technical innovation is concerned with the development of soft skills, empathy and imaginative reach. With regard to graduate employability, abilities in such areas as critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity and teamwork are lacking in new graduates. The ability to think imaginatively, see opportunities that others do not see and to experiment with possibilities are crucial attributes, and they are all creative talents that are integral to the artistic and literary endeavour.
Ambivalence in Mentorship (Routledge) is based on research of scores of mentors and protégés in longstanding relationships across career fields. Using case narratives, the book takes a nuanced look at the emotional complexities of their mentorships—the intense passions and hopes that get stirred up in these professional, yet intimate connections as well as the turmoil created by disappointment, betrayal, competition, and the mere readiness to move on. Situating mentorship at the crosshairs of authority and love, the book highlights the interplay of intrapsychic, interpersonal, cultural, and historical forces that drive this relationship to be at once vital and risky. Professionals in social science, business, and management fields will welcome the book for its fresh perspective and voice it gives to both the joys and complicated feelings that attend mentorship.
Book publication (French): Industrie Pharmaceutique, quel avenir?
Author: Dr. Lillia AREZKI
This contemporary, global and engaging textbook covers all the core HRM topics. While there are a large number of excellent HRM textbooks available, there are very few dealing with HRM at a such a concise level. This book has been written not only for 1st and 2nd year undergraduate students who are taking HRM modules for the first time, but also for postgraduate and MBA students who are studying HRM for the first time.
Rich in pedagogy, features like HRM in the Global Business Environment and HRM and Organizational Performance prepare students for the modern workplace. Video interviews offer a practitioner perspective, allowing students to relate theory to practice, while HRM in the News boxes shine a light on current issues, such as lawsuits against ridesharing company Uber.
Once again, the book is written in easy to understand language and material is presented to highlight the practicality of the issues involved in work and employment. There is a strong emphasis on skills and career development throughout each of the 14 chapters, covering key areas such as HR Analytics, Talent Management and International Human Resource Management.
The book’s companion website provides extra resources, including videos, self-test questions and more skills development guidance.
The 2nd edition is edited by Dr Ronan Carbery and Dr Christine Cross and is published in October 2018 by Macmillan International Higher Education .
RAE-Revista de Administração de Empresas (Journal of Business Management)
CALL FOR PAPERS
HISTORY, MEMORY, AND THE PAST IN MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION STUDIES
Deadline: June 30th 2019
Guest editors: Amon Barros (FGV´s Sao Paulo School of Business Administration - EAESP), Diego M. Coraiola (University of Alberta), Mairi Maclean (University of Bath), William M. Foster (University of Alberta)
This special issue aims to be inclusive and to connect a broad community of scholars interested in deepening the debate around issues of memory, temporality, and history in Management and Organization Studies. We invite theoretical, methodological, and empirical contributions that explore the implications of the historical turn to the study of management and organizations from multiple theoretical, epistemological, cultural, and geographical locations.
To see the full version of this Call for Paper, visit: fgv.br/rae
Guido Migliaccio, “Glocal” Small Business for Sustainability. What Reporting?”, pp. 274 - 301, in Carvalho Luísa Cagica & Truant Elisa (Eds.), Maintaining Sustainable Accounting Systems in Small Business, Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global, 2018.
Guido Migliaccio, “La dimensione quantitativa della gestione. Aspetti teorici e applicativi”, FrancoAngeli, Milano, III edizione rivista e aggiornata, 2018, pp. 728.
Floriana Fusco & Guido Migliaccio. “Crisis, Sectoral and Geographical Factors: Financial Dynamics of Italian Cooperatives”, in Euromed Journal of Business, Vol. 13 No 2, July 2018, pp. 130-148;
Guido Migliaccio & Luigi Umberto Rossetti, “Import and Export of Furniture between Italy and China: a few Problems of Italian Business Companies”, in China-USA Business Review, Vol. 17, No. 5, pp. 234-244 (pp. 11).
"The CENA community (Coopetition-Ecosystems-Networks-Alliances) organizes a standing track with the EURAM Strategic Management SIG for several years now. During the EURAM2016 conference in Paris the track chairs: Anne-Sophie Fernandez, Paul Chiambaretto, Frederic Le Roy and Wojciech Czakon have agreed with the publisher to develop the "The Routledge Companion to Coopetition Strategies". This comprehensive anthology of coopetition research has been recently published. More than 50 most cited coopetition scholars contributed 37 chapters, organized in 6 sections: coopetition theory; coopetition antecedents and drivers; coopetition tensions and management; coopetition at different levels; coopetition outcomes and implications; coopetition beyond strategy. This reference book is the definitive resource for researchers looking to understand the field of coopetition throughout business and management.
We are pleased to announce a forthcoming book on Language at the workplace, Provisional title: “Understanding Multilingual Workplaces: Empirical, Methodological and Pedagogic Perspectives”. To be released at the beginning of 2020 by Routledge.
Geneviève Tréguer-Felten has recently published: “Langue commune, Cultures distinctes
Les illusions du globish, Presses Universitaires de Laval.
Dr. Nibedita Saha, MBA (IND,NL), PhD is working at TBU in Zlín since September 2012 as Lecturer and Project Manager dealing with international projects: FP-7, Horizon 2020, ERA Chair project, Twinning Project, COST Open Call, associated with e-COST Action MP 1301 (NEWGEN), ICT COST Action IC 1401 (MemoCis), CA 15216 (ENBA) representing as a MC substitute and provide guideline in preparation of EU project calls. Her current assignment in institutional project entitled: Process of implementing a HR’s Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R). She is involved in teaching activity at TBU in Zlín and giving lectures on Management, HRM, Managerial Communication & Business Negotiation, and Reengineering of Enterprise Process. She obtained 3 thesis, 23 research publication in Journal (national, international and book chapter) including WOS, SCOPUS and others, 22 international conferences.
More Info: http://www.euramonline.org/components/com_foxcontact/uploads/5babb47a02c13-BriefInformation-Clusterstrategiesandsmartspecialisation_NSaha_TASMJournalpaper-2018.pdf
Journal of East European Management Studies (JEEMS) is preparing a special issue that deals with the topic "Women in management in Central and Eastern European countries" to be published in December 2019.
Forthcoming book by Dr. Steven P.M. de Waal: ‘Civil Leadership as the Future of Leadership. Harnessing the disruptive power of citizens’, Amazon.com end of November 2018.
Our societies, institutions and social fabric are currently in the early stages of the third revolution of humanity, the Digital Civil Revolution. Disruption is not restricted to markets. The same technologies that cause and fuel it are giving citizens more knowledge and information, more public and political influence, and tools to organize themselves and so to disrupt politics, democracy and public services. This totally transforms the media landscape, public opinion, political debate, and the roles of industry and the state toward citizens. This book explores this revolution as well as the special kind of civil leadership needed to harness this new citizen power. www.publicspace.eu
Known as one of the pioneers and most influential scholars in the competition-cooperation (coopetition) stream,Giovanni Battista Dagnino has been appointed as Chair of Management and Professor of Digital Strategy at the University of Rome LUMSA, Palermo Campus. In addition, he is Visiting Professor at the University of Mannheim in 2019.
His current research revolves around the advancement of the strategic theory of the firm with specific focus on coopetition strategy dynamics, the management of temporary advantages, hubris-driven strategies, the relationships between strategy, governance and entrepreneurship, and the evolution of research methods. He has authored/edited 13 books and over 30 articles in leading management journals.
Navigating Innovation is a project of the Louvain School of Management aimed at helping managers, students and young researchers find their way in the maze of innovation research and best practices. It includes a reference book/e-book (“Navigating Innovation“, published by Palgrave, 2018), a self-assessment
App (“Navigating Innovation“, available on iOS and Android)and an extended online bibliography Link: www.NavigatingInnovation.org
The Bucharest University of Economic Studies (BUES – ASE) is implementing between 2016-2018 an ERASMUS project, within a wider consortium with universities from France (CNAM), Greece (AUTH), Romania (BUES) and Bulgaria (Ovidius and UES Varna), a project on competitive and business intelligence for entrepreneurs (more details on www.cien.ase.ro). The project is the first of its kind meant to enhance the knowledge of non-specialists in BI/CI via learning tools readily available and free of charge. Between 10-14/09/2018, a Summer school was organized in Bucharest, at BUES. With this occasion, a Conference on competitive and business intelligence took place on 12/09/2018. Representatives of relevant stakeholders (big companies in the field of Data, Business Analytics and AI), NGOs, academia from the countries members of the consortium attended. The Conference also hosted a mini Knowledge Fair.
An announcement of recently completed and submitted doctoral thesis!
Seerat Fatima is a PhD scholar in the area of management, enrolled in a university located in Pakistan. The scholar have completed and submitted a doctoral thesis in June 2018. The thesis is intellectual contribution to the body of knowledge as a higher order scale for a new construct "Values-based organizational culture" is developed and tested through multilevel nomological network. This research also verified servant leadership theory by confirming the basic assertions made by the theory. Defining values-based organizational culture and its five facets makes it an exciting prospect for a diverse array of organizations. This is going to be a springboard for future theorizing and research in this area.
Currently, Jose Quintero Santos is a Courtesy Faculty at Patel College of Global Sustainability, University of South Florida. Tampa, FL, USA. The Patel College has the mission of fostering sustainable urban development and help society live in harmony with the environment by nurturing collaborative research and education across disciplines and supporting meaningful engagement with communities locally and globally. The Patel College of Global Sustainability is expanding and welcome researchers, professors, students who have been developing investigations in the field of sustainable development. I am developing research agenda in Tourism and Sustainable Local Development.
PhD. José Lázaro Quintero Santos.
New resource for students: Learning with Cases: An Interactive Study Guide
Learning with cases can be a challenging experience for students. The Case Centre's interactive study guide will take your students through the process, providing practical tips, tricks and tools.
What will students learn?
Along with understanding more about cases and the case method, they'll learn how to:
- analyse a case quickly and thoroughly using our practical Case Analysis Framework
- prepare efficiently for class
- participate in a case discussion
- plan for assessment through cases.
How much does the guide cost? £5/€7/$6.50 per student.
How can my students access the guide?
We have several options available to you and your students, to find out more please visit www.thecasecentre.org/guide
A toolkit and method for the ‘Evaluation of Entrepreneurship Education Programmes at Higher Education Institutes and Centres’ (EEEPHEIC – pronounced ‘epic’). http://epic.ecorys.com
Contribution: Effective entrepreneurship education programmes (EEPs) need valid assessment tools to evaluate EEPs and their impact on different types of students. A public-private consortium (with international experts and a global advisory board) are carrying out a project for the European Commission that aims to: 1) identify and evaluate relevant EEPs (content and teaching methods) as well as their impact measures, 2) develop a pilot toolkit and method for the assessment of EEP design and impact, and 3) launch an online platform that promotes the toolkit to entrepreneurship educators and students all over the world. We’d love to get your insights too.
We are pleased to invite you to submit a research proposal to the 10th EIASM WORKSHOP ON TOP MANAGEMENT TEAMS AND BUSINESS STRATEGY RESEARCH that will take place in Passau, Germany, on 6-7 June 2019.
The theme of the 2019 edition is: INCREASING OUR IMPACT: STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP THEORY FOR A DE-STABILIZING WORLD
Confirmed keynote speakers and panelists:
- Donald C. Hambrick, Evan Pugh University Professor & Smeal Chaired Professor of Management, Penn State University
- Timothy Quigley, Associate Professor, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia
- Albrecht Enders, Dean of Programs and Innovation and Professor of Strategic Management and Innovation at IMD Lausanne
- Bolko von Oetinger, Honorary Professor of Strategic Management at WHU Graduate School of Management, Vallendar and Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt
The deadline to submit research proposals is 31 January 2019.
For more information visit http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/event_announcement.asp?event_id=1348
Will Artificial Intelligence ever match the masterful leadership of an outstanding CEO, deeply moving writing of a great poet, or nurturing care of a hospital nurse?
In this talk I explore the differences between thinking and data processing as well as between human learning and the learning algorithms of artificial neural networks. Based on the observed differences I take the stand on inimitability of exceptional human performance.
The question should not be how AI can outperform mediocre humans and in which areas or whether the best of us can beat AI in their respective domains. For me the real question is how to get the best of both worlds - and my answer is smart people using smart technology.
See my TEDx talk on the topic at: https://youtu.be/KAXfo-cZ8oY
The 21st ICIG (International Corporate Identity Group) Symposium will be held 4-6 June 2019 at triple-accredited Durham University Business School. University of Durham, England’s third oldest University, has a sterling reputation for its scholarship and teaching. Durham has the magnificent Romanesque Cathedral, dating back to 1080, along with Norman Durham Castle, a UNSECO world heritage site, at its heart.
SUBMISSION IS TYPICALLY BY INVITATION ONLY. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE CONSIDERED TO PRESENT A PAPER KINDLY CONTACT US ASAP. Details will follow at https://www.icig.org.uk/symposium-2019-welcome-1/. It is envisaged that a special edition of a journal/other publication will be associated with the symposium.
Call for contributions_ Conf.2019 (free publication of papers in Academic Journals)
I) 5th Annual International Conference on Communication and Management (ICCM2019), 15-18 April 2019, Athens, Greece.
II)(HEPO2019), 17-20 April 2019, Athens, Greece. http://coming.gr/index.php/hepo2019/
III) International Conference on Education (EDU2019), 13-16 May 2019, Athens, Greece, endorsed byFaculty of Education at Beijing Normal University, China: http://coming.gr/index.php/edu2019/
Contact: Dr. Margarita Kefalaki & Dr. Mohsen Brahmi (Co-Editor)
Joint Conference, III International Conference on Tourism Dynamics and Trends, X Scientific Meeting SISTUR, will be held in Benevento (Italy), at the University of Sannio, November 14th-16th 2018.
The Spring School on Organized Creativity will be held March 12-15 at Freie Universität Berlin and provide space for exchange between advanced doctoral students, early postdocs and several senior scholars that do research on creativity either in the context of innovation research or in the fields of business and management studies, economic geography, psychology or sociology. Combining lectures from renowned scholars like Profs. Karin Knorr Cetina and David Stark with the presentation, discussion and development of individual papers, this call invites advanced doctoral students and early postdocs from all disciplines concerned with creativity and uncertainty to join our discussion in Berlin. Deadline for applications is October 15, 2018. For further information please visit https://blogs.fu-berlin.de/organized-creativity/
GEM&L is pleased to announce the next International GEM&L conference, which will take place at Sheffield Hallam University (UK) 4-5 June 2019. The topic is “Exploring Multiple Perspectives on Translation in International Business and Management”. The call for papers can be downloaded at: http://geml.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/GEML-CfP-V101.pdf
GEM&L is also co-organising a language and culture workshop hosted by the ATLAS AFMI Conference, which will be held at Fribourg University (Switzerland) on 17-19 June 2019. The theme is: “Language(s) and culture(s) in International management”. Contributions can be uploaded on the website of ATLAS AFMI from December 2018 onwards.
May we draw your attention to the Call for Papers for a conference on “Organizing in the Era of Digital Technology” in Ascona, Switzerland, 12-15 June 2019, organized by ETH Zurich.
This conference aims to bring together scholars from management, organisation science, and other relevant disciplines to examine the imminent questions that digital technologies and machine intelligence raise for our society and for the future of management and organization science.
At the next EURAM in Lisbon (June 26-28, 2019), we offer a track on Necessary Condition Analysis (NCA) and would love to receive your contributions in the form of papers or paper ideas including the use of NCA.
The idea of the track is to
- provide a platform to researchers who apply NCA to present their draft papers, and
- support researchers who have started or intend to apply NCA and help them to develop this towards a publication.
University of Évora (Portugal) will host on February 1 - 2, 2019, the III International Forum on Management (IFM) in a joint organization with University of Algarve, Universidade Aberta (Open University) and Estoril Higher School for Tourism and Hotel Studies. The theme of the congress is 'Value Creation and Local Heritage', perfectly matched with the concerns and potential of the University, the City, and the Region.
IFM is a reference event at the international level and a space for reflection and the sharing of knowledge, perspectives and approaches.
The event's executive committee is pleased to announce Professor Jose Miguel Rodriguez Anton, from the Autonomous University of Madrid, as keynote speaker, and invites the EURAM community to submit a paper to the congress. For more information go to https://www.ifm2019.pt/index.php?page=home.
Stuttgart 26-27th of September 2019 for the 11th Symposium on Competence-Based Strategic Management
We invite you to participate in the debate about “Coordinating in an unpredictable world – Adaptive strategies, inspiring leaders & flexible structures”.
The more detailed programme will be on our website http://skm-conference.de soon.
Affiliated Organisations’ Activities
BUSINESS FOR SOCIETY
News form Reykjavik Conference - Euram 2018
Dear members of the EURAM Business for Society SIG, EURAM 2018 was successfully organized in Reykjavik.
In the Business for Society SIG we received 155 papers and managed more than 25 sessions within the different tracks: Business for Society General Track; Accounting and Control for Sustainability; Rethinking the form, governance & legal constitution of corporations: theoretical issues & social stakes (co-sponsored by Corporate Governance SIG-02); Economy and Finance for Society: Pathways to Social Innovation; Market and Society.
I would like to express all my sincerest thanks for the efforts and the commitment of this vibrant community. Thank you to the Track Chairs, Symposia Proponents, Session Chair and Discussant, Authors, Reviewers and everyone who contributed to making this Conference gorgeous.
This year we had the pleasure to meet and engage new colleagues, as well as new young researcher and members who joined the B4S project. This reflects the growing energy of our community.
A very special moment for our community was the Kick Off, with the participation of Professor Ruth Aguilera. Listed in “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds” in 2014, Prof. Aguilera has gifted to the community a precious occasion to share opinions, idea, and reflection about future research agenda for the B4S in the international panorama.
Business for Society Kick Off- Special Guest, Prof. Ruth Aguilera
Among the B4S projects, the Team presented a Book Series Initiative -“Business for Society”, in collaboration with Routledge. The Book Series, who will see the participation of our community, aim to find an answer to the question “how can companies and business ecosystems interact with citizen and institutions to pursue common good and welfare?”.Main themes will range from Accounting and Reporting for Sustainability, Finance for Society, New forms of organization and governance to Responsible global value chains, Business and Massive migration and Business for Democracy. Additional Editors from the SIG community will support the project.
Finally, the Award Ceremony closed our annual meeting.
GT BEST PAPER AWARD
El Akremi Assâad, Gond Jean-Pascal, Nasr Mohamed Ikram, Richards Melanie won the GT Award with a paper titled: "How Do Corporate Social Responsibility Produce Responsible Behaviour Outside the Workplace".
ST - ACCOUNTING AND CONTROL FOR SUSTAINABILITY
Diego Ravenda, Valencia-Silva Maika, Argiles-Bosch Josep M. & García-Blandón won the best paper award with a paper titled: “Money Laundering through the Strategic Management of Accounting Transactions”.
ST - RETHINKING THE FORM, GOVERNANCE & LEGAL CONSTITUTION OF CORPORATIONS
Stephan Leixnering, Meyer Renate E. & Doralt Peter won the best paper award with a paper titled: “Corporate law and public interest: rethinking the Aktiengesellschaft from a historical perspective”.
ST – ECONOMY AND FINANCE FOR SOCIETY: PATHWAYS TO SOCIAL INNOVATION
Jakob Thomä & Murray Clare with the paper titled "Aligning Swiss pension funds and insurance companies’ listed equity portfolios with the 2°C climate goal – A new approach to benchmarking”.
Peter Wehnert, Baccarella Christian & Beckmann Markus won the best paper award with a paper titled: “In Crowdfunding we Trust? Investigating Crowdfunding Success as a Signal for Enhancing Trust in Sustainable Product Features”.
MARKET AND SOCIETY
Hamid Mazloomi, Truong Yann Burgundy & Berrone Pascual won the best paper award with a paper titled: “HOW DO THE COMPETITORS VALUE A FIRM’S ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIONS?”.
THANK YOU FOR THE SIG TEAM!
Our scholar community can assert that the Conference held in Iceland was a great occasion to make fruitful connections among different academics coming from several fields.
The next Conference theme is “Exploring the Future of Management: Facts, Fashion and Fado”. We hope to meet you again in Lisbon.
Francesco Gangi – B4S Sig Chair
Dear E-Ship members, dear friends, esteemed colleagues,
We trust you had an interesting and productive annual Conference in Iceland!
As the days get longer in the Northern hemisphere, we would like to remind you of the wonderful atmosphere we experienced in June in Reykjavík during our 2018 Annual Conference! We received more than 240 submissions!
Special congratulations go to Meriç Biçakcioğlu (Bilgi University) who won the second Best Paper Award at the Doctoral Colloquium, to Kazem Mochkabadi (University of Wuppertal) who won the EURAM 2018 Best Reviewer Award, and to Nicole Siebold (Magdeburg University) for the Entrepreneurship SIG best paper award.
All the plenaries were also very successful events, as well as the E-Ship social event.
For EURAM 2019, we are we are pleased to announce that there are 13 SIG TRACKS!
- GT03_00 - Entrepreneurship General Track.
- ST03_01/ST06_01/ST13_01 - Business Model - Strategy, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Venturing (co-sponsored by Entrepreneurship SIG-03, Innovation SIG-06 and Strategic Management SIG-13).
- ST03_02 - Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurship.
- ST03_03 - Entrepreneurial Decision making and Behaviour.
- ST03_04 - Entrepreneurial Finance.
- ST03_05 - Entrepreneurship, Regions & Regional Development.
- ST03_06 - Social Entrepreneurship and Societal Change.
- T03_07 - Entrepreneurial Processes.
- T03_08 - in the sharing economy P2P strategies, models, and innovation paradigms.
- T03_09 - Entrepreneurship, Growth Strategies & Internationalization in SMEs.
- T03_10 - Female entrepreneurship.
- T03_11 - Managerialization, Professionalization and Entrepreneurship: What is the Right Mix for Family Businesses and SMEs?
- T03_12 - Knowledge Management and Knowledge Transfer in Start-Ups and SMEs.
Many Thanks to Matthias Raith, E-Ship Chair and Marzena Starnawska, E-Ship Program Chair to offer an attractive programme for the conference next year in Lisbon! And We would like to thank each one of you for their contribution to the E-ship’s growth. Many of you contribute in multiple ways as author, reviewer, topic or track chair, mentor in the Doctoral Colloquium, participant or speaker in one of our development programmes or in our sessions. As an organisation of volunteers, all of our activities and their quality standard are highly dependent on your good will and professional expertise!
Finally, we want to thank Massimiliano Pellegrini, Past E-Ship Chair for all his energy and support during the past years in enhancing the SIG.
The Managing Sport SIG of the 2018 EURAM conference in Reykjavik was a great success. The number of papers submitted and accepted reached the SIG’s best results as in 2010 in Rome. The quality of presented papers was excellent and covered the topics sport governance, managing sport events and tourism, and sport innovation. A record was broken with 47 members that registered as SIG members – thanks to everyone who signed up! The awards sponsored by Emerald for the best paper and best reviewer were difficult to allocate due to the high quality of submissions and reviews. Finally, the winner of the best paper was Pim Verschuuren with the paper “A theoretical assessment of the adaptability of whistleblowing systems in international sports” and the best reviewer award went to Birnir Egilsson, the newly elected SIG Programme Chair.
Further changes were approved during the plenary sessions. Anna Gerke accepted the position as SIG Chair while Mathieu Winand stepped down to the position Past SIG Chair. Konstantinos Koronios accepted the position of Communications Officer. A big thanks to Birnir Egilsson who acted as Local Organizing Officer and who organised a perfect social events programme including a pre-conference Kick-Off meeting with sport management scholars and practitioners of the University of Reykjavik.
Guest Speaker: Professor Berrin Erdogan, Portland State University (USA)
Topic: Reflections on the Past and Future of Organizational Behaviour
OB SIG Best paper award winner: Gabriele Faßauer, The Technische Universität Dresden
Topic: The mundane work of recognition: Directions and modes of recognition among human resource managers.
OB SIG Best reviewer award winner: Andrew Hafenbrack, Católica-Lisbon School of Business and Economics
Award: In recognition of the outstanding quality and the number of reviews.
PUBLIC AND NON PROFIT MANAGEMENT
SIG 11 Public and Non Profit Management saw a great programme in Iceland, articulated along its 4 standing tracks:
- PNPM General Track (PM) – Corresponding Chair: Andrea Bonomi Savignon
- Healthcare Management Research (HMR) – Corresponding Chair: Robert Hernandez
- Accountability, Accountability, Sustainability in Public and Non-profit Organizations (AAS) – Corresponding Chair: Filippo Giordano
- Management and Governance of Culture, Heritage and Tourism (CHT) - Corresponding Chair: Fabrizio Montanari
For a total of 24 Sessions, 82 Presented Papers and 223 Authors involved in scheduled papers.
A SIG Plenary session has been held on Thursday, June 21st - an especially important forum for the SIG community in order to discuss feedbacks, research agendas and further development of the SIG, in particular ideas and track/topic proposals for EURAM 2019 have been discussed at the plenary.
The SIG Best Paper Award has been presented at the Plenary. Again this year, the Award was presented in partnership with the International Journal of Public Sector Management and sponsored by Emerald.
Ex-Aequo Winners of the 2018 PNPM SIG Best Paper Award:
- Leaving the Senior Civil Service: Public Service Bargain and Beyond. The Case of Estonia
Authors: Tiina Randma-Liiv, Reelika Rattus - Tallinn University of Technology
- The Paradox of Public Bureaucracies: Discriminatory Bureaucrats in Non-Discriminatory Bureaucracies
Authors: Lode De Waele – University of Antwerp, Kristina Weissmüller – University of Hamburg, Arjen Van Witteloostujin – Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
- The Plenary meeting also featured a Keynote guest speech. We have been joined by Guðrún Erla Jónsdóttir, Strategy Officer at Reykjavík Energy Group and Chairman of the Board for Veitur Utilities, for a testimony on the theme of "Rebuilding trust towards sustainability: the role of ownership strategy. Insights from the case of Reykjavík Energy”.
Finally, an informal SIG Networking Drinks event has been held after the Plenary, on Thursday evening. A great venue to hang out, discuss new ideas and have a drink or two.
Thanks to EURAM and all our members for a great edition of the SIG and see you next year!
Strategic Management SIG: 2018 EURAM’s wrap-up
Strategic Management SIG kicked-off Wednesday with state of the art discussions on creating and connecting in the Icelandic tourism industry. Followed by the symposium on alliances, platforms, ecosystems and hybrids. M&As track also celebrated the 10th anniversary. Congratulations!
Thursday, after engaging track sessions, the room was full at the NCA symposia. Right after, the SIG General Assembly took place and interesting ideas were shared to improve next year’s SIG. We can’t forget mentioning the awarded researchers. Thank you everyone! The dinner at the beautiful islandic restaurant was the cherry on the cake.
Finally, we can’t forget the joint PMI-Strategy initiative providing the opportunity to all researchers to ask for funding in the following term. We count on your ideas :-) !
Newsletter prepared by
Luisa Jaffé - EURAM Executive Officer
Eleonora Piacenza - EURAM Website Manager