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BAM Conference 2011

13-15 September 2011 Aston University, Birmingham
Building and Sustaining High Performance Organisations in a Challenging Environment

Join the management community in celebrating the 25th Anniversary of BAM at our flagship annual event
 

Conference theme

Building and Sustaining High Performance Organisations in a Challenging Environment

As public sector cuts begin to bite into many economies and private sector organizations seek to climb out of the recession, managers at all levels and in many countries face enormously challenging environments. Not the least of these is the requirement to innovate in order to improve products, services and processes in organizations rather than simply cut costs. Another is the task of maintaining employee engagement and protecting enlightened staff management practices in the face of external threats. These challenges exist constantly...

Read the full conference theme
 

At BAM2011 you will have the opportunity to:

  • Raise your profile through networking and engagement with researchers at all career stages
  • Showcase your research and develop research ideas through discussion and feedback from experienced colleagues
  • Connect with researchers and opportunities within and beyond your areas of specific research interest through the Special Interest Groups and a variety of other events
     

Fees

Registration fees remain at 2004 prices.

  • BAM Ordinary Member: £360
  • BAM Student Member: £220

If you are not a current member of BAM you will need to join to attend the conference. You can add membership on the conference registration form, so no need to sign up in advance. To find out about all the other benefits of BAM Membership, please click here.

  • Ordinary Membership: £80
  • Ordinary Membership (paid for by Direct Debit): £60
  • Full time Student Membership £25
     

Contact BAM

Please use the menu below or at the top right of the screen to find more information about BAM2011. If you can't find the answer you are looking for, please email bam@bam.ac.uk or call 02073837770 and we will be happy to help.
 

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