'Supporting the Creation of Management Knowledge through Research and its Dissemination through Teaching and Application'
The British Academy of Management (BAM) is pleased to announce the launch of the BAM Management Knowledge and Education Grants Scheme.
Through this scheme, BAM will make grants of up to £4,000 to encourage and support research activities with the ambition of building a pluralistic management research community, and advancing business and management scholarship in the domain of MKE.
Management Knowledge and Education Grants Scheme is open to BAM members interested in MKE . The scheme is designed to:
- Support projects informing the scholarly debate around management knowledge and education: on management learning and teaching, pedagogy, andragogy, leadership development or the generation and circulation of management knowledge and knowing.
- Support projects that contribute to theoretical and philosophical understandings that inform the practice of management educators.
- Other things being equal give priority to proposals with free open access and/or other innovative publication and dissemination strategies.
The scheme is part of the BAM mission to support rigorous, relevant, ethical, and independent research in business and management.
The scheme is open to all BAM Members. Non-members wishing to apply to the scheme can join BAM. Applications are invited from individuals or teams (which also includes industry partnerships).
The submission site will open on Monday 6th March at 12:00 (GMT) and the deadline to submit your application is Friday 7th April at 17:00 (GMT)
Read on for more information about the Scheme.
Please use the following quick links if you prefer to go directly to a specific section:
- Key Dates 2017
- Applying to the Scheme
- Application Form
- List of Key Research Areas
- Format Requirements for the Application Forms
- Reviewing Process
- Notification of outcome
- Successful Applicants
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Call for applications: January 2017
- Opening for applications: Monday 6th March at 12:00 (GMT)
- Deadline for applications: Friday 7th April at 17:00 (GMT)
- Reviewing process: May-July 2017
- Outcome of application notification and allocation of funding: August 2017-September 2017
Papers of accepted applications to be submitted to the BAM2018 conference in January 2018.
Submissions will be assessed according to the purposes of the grant scheme in the descriptor above.
Applicants will be required to fulfil the following conditions when applying to the Scheme:
- All applicants must be BAM members.
- Only one application is allowed per applicant.
- BAM members outside the HE sector may apply.
- Partnerships with other organizations are encouraged, particularly involving matched funding.
- The application cannot be under consideration elsewhere at the time of funding.
Applicants must ensure that they have read the Terms and Conditions and the Financial Explanatory Guidance Notes prior to applying to the scheme. When making an application, please ensure that the format requirements are adhered to and that the requested information is included in the order given.
Please note: Applicants will need to complete an application form for their proposal which needs to be submitted electronically to the BAM Management Knowledge and Education Online Submission Website which opens on Monday 6th March at 12:00pm (UK Time)
When making an application, please ensure that the format requirements stated below are adhered to:
The proposal must be submitted as ONE document.
No identifying information (author's names, email addresses, institutions).
Any version of Word but NOT as a PDF must be submitted, in order to anonymise applications for reviewers.
Documents must be legible and not show any history of tracked changes or comments.
If your application form includes graphics, please ensure these are of a high quality and please consider your final file size.
No changes in the paper title, abstract, keywords, authorship, and the actual proposal can be made after the submission deadline. Therefore, please ensure that all information is accurate before submitting the proposal.
Check that the file of your proposal prints correctly (i.e. all imported figures and tables are there) and ensure that the file is virus-free.
There will be an initial ‘desk reject’ process to identify and exclude those applications which do not meet the grant descriptors.
Outcomes will be notified in August/September 2017
Specific dates will depend on submission numbers.
The Grant will be contracted between BAM and the Principal Applicant’s Research Office. The contract will contain the terms and conditions of the grant, the grant amount and the proposed dates on which the research project should start and end. The Principal Applicant's Research Office must accept the terms and conditions, sign the completed contract and return to BAM within one month.
The Principal Applicant’s organisation will also need to issue an invoice to BAM to claim the grant. Grant holder(s) must not commit any expenditure prior to the contract being issued and the period of grant has commenced.
Please note: applicants who do not wish to take up the offer of a grant should notify BAM as soon as possible.
Successful Grant Holder(s) are required to fulfil the following key conditions upon being awarded the grant:
The Principal Applicant and all Co-Applicants must be a BAM Member and have valid BAM Membership for the duration of the project.
Acknowledge BAM’s support for the project in any publication (written or electronic) that arises as a direct result of the project.
Inform BAM of further research that arises as a result of the project.
Submit a bi-annual ‘Project and Financial Interim Report’ of approximately 500 words. This is to ensure that the project is proceeding as planned; how much of the funding has been spent or committed and if there are any additional things, BAM can help with for a successful completion of the project
Submit a ‘End of Grant and Financial Report’ of approximately 2,000 words within one month of the completion of the project.
Present the research outcomes at the BAM Annual Conference.
Applicants may be expected to report to the Vice Chair: Research and Publications Subcommittee to discuss research progress.
For more information about the British Academy of Management MKE Grants Scheme or for any other enquiries, please contact:
British Academy of Management
Please note: The British Academy of Management MKE Grants Scheme will be reviewed and revised on an annual basis.