BAM2019 PDWs

BAM2019 PDWs

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The 45 Professional Development Workshops will run on Tuesday, 3rd September. You can sign up for up to 3 workshops (1 from each session):  

Session 1: 09.00 - 10.30

Session 2: 13.30 - 15.00

Session 3: 17.30 - 19.00 

Please be aware that there is limited capacity in each session, so pre-registration is required. Register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. 

Prior to signing up please make sure you are registered on the website as BAM member. 

NB* In order to sign up for the workshops you must be registered for the Conference, otherwise you will be turned down.

Registration

Please read the details of each PDW in the section below, then click here to register now.

SESSION 2 - 13.30 - 15.00

Getting Published in Marketing: Help Towards that all Important First Article (288)

Location: MB404D, Main Building

Speakers:
Dr Adam Poole, University of the West of England, UK
Dr Keith Glanfield, Aston University, UK
Professor Carley Foster, University of Derby, UK
Professor Heiner Evanschitzky, Aston University, UK

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You’re Having A Laugh? Comics, Storyboarding, And The Use Of Graphic ‘Novels’ In Management Education (719)

Location: MB206, Main Building

Speaker:
Professor Denis Fischbacher-Smith, University of Glasgow, UK
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Smart Cities and Sharing Economy in Service Industries: Challenges and Opportunities (1193)

Location: MB574, Main Building 

Speakers:
Professor Babak Taheri, Heriot-Watt University, UK
Dr Roya Rahimi, University of Wolverhampton, UK
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Using Causal Mapping For Analysing Interviews (1203) 

Location: MB512, Main Building

Speakers:
Dr Igor Pyrko, Aston University, UK
Dr Viktor Dorfler, University of Strathclyde, UK
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Brand Building Or Damage Limitation? The Reality of Building And Sustaining High Performing International Education Partnerships: Recipe For Success (1207)

Location: MB568, Main Building

Speakers:
Professor Yusra Mouzughi, Muscat University, Oman
Professor Alec Cameron, Aston University, UK

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Collaboration and Trust (1208)

Location: MB708C, Main Building

Speakers:
Dr Aileen Lawless, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Dr Deborah Humphreys, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Professor Mark N.K Saunders, University of Birmingham, UK
Dr Trevor Morrow, University of Aberdeen, UK

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Exploring academic and aspirational identity through Lego Serious Play (1214)

Location: MB404B, Main Building

Speaker:
Dr Tammi Jane Sinha, University of Winchester, UK
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Critical Understanding Of Interoperability And Governance Issues In The Blue-Light Emergency Services: Need For A Joined-Up Approach (1217)

Location: MB708A, Main Building

Speakers:
Professor Paresh Wankhade, Edge Hill University, UK
Dr Swetketu Patnaik, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
Professor Peter Murphy, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Professor David Weir, York St John University, UK
Dr Silvia Nelson, Southern Cross University, Australia

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Managing Identity Resources: Leading Change on Ethnic Representation (1221)

Location: MB564, Main Building

Speakers:
Fatima Tresh, University of Kent, UK
Dr Doyin Atewologun, Cranfield University, UK

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Embedding Sustainability in the Curriculum and the Challenges for Pedagogy (1225)

Location: MB708B, Main Building

Speaker:
Dr Karen Margaret Thompson, Bournemouth University, UK
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Global Talent Management in Crisis? Considering the implications of context for research, teaching and practice (1227)

Location: MB204, Main Building

Speakers:
Dr Susan Kirk, Newcastle University, UK
Dr Liza Howe-Walsh, University of Portsmouth, UK
Dr Tracy Scurry, Newcastle University, UK

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Great Skills, Wrong Era: Are Universities Providing Employability Skills For Jobs That Won’t Exist? (1231)

Location: MB404A, Main Building

Speakers:
Professor Ashley Braganza, Brunel University London, UK
Professor Manoj Dora, Brunel University London, UK
Dr Ozdemir Tiflis, Brunel University London, UK
Dr Shuchi Sinha, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
Dr Stephen Mullins, Brunel University London, UK
Dr Meenakshi Aggarwal Gupta

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Artificial Intelligence – Disruptive Innovation in Uncertain Times (1234)

Location: MB554, Main Building

Speakers:
Kevin Reuther, University of the West of Scotland, UK
Professor Christian-Andreas Schumann, Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau, Germany
Anna-Maria Clauss, Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau, Germany
James B Johnston, University of the West of Scotland, UK
Professor Christoph Laroque, Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau, Germany

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‘Strategies to Develop Core People Management and Development Behaviours through Psychometrics & Coaching: A Profession Mapping Exercise (1238)

Location: MB231, Main Building

Speaker:
Dr Michelle Hunter-Hill, University of Roehampton

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Can Business Schools Bridge the FinTech Skills and Diversity Gap? (1241)

Location: MB549, Main Building

Speaker:
Professor Raphael Markellos, University of East Anglia, UK

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Please scroll to the top and click on register button to make your selection. 

Sponsored By Project Management Institute

The BAM2019 Professional Development Workshops have been kindley sponsored by the Project Management Institute

PMI is the largest not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession. PMI Academic Programs works to advance the profession through resources and support for project management scholars, faculty, professionals, and students, including: 

Research Funding and Dissemination

  • Funding for project management research through a dedicated Sponsored Research Program
  • Research dissemination through the Project Management Journal
  • Thesis research funding for master’s and doctoral students
  • Access to publications including articles, books, and papers on basic and applied research findings

Curriculum and Accreditation

  • Flexible curriculum guidelines that support the development of both new and existing project management courses and programs
  • A platform for faculty to share their own curriculum content and teaching resources
  • Accreditation of bachelor’s and postgraduate programs through the PMI Global Accreditation Center (GAC)

Student Support

  • Student membership and entry-level PMI certification
  • Scholarships for students studying project management and related disciplines

Find more information on all PMI academic and teaching resources at pmi.org and pmiteach.org.

 

3rd September 2019   to   3:00 PM
Session 2 Choice: 13.30 - 15.00
Getting Published in Marketing: Help Towards that all Important First Article (288)
You’re Having A Laugh? Comics, Storyboarding, And The Use Of Graphic ‘Novels’ In Management Education (719)
Smart Cities and Sharing Economy in Service Industries: Challenges and Opportunities (1193)
Using Causal Mapping For Analysing Interviews (1203)
Brand Building Or Damage Limitation? The Reality of Building And Sustaining High Performing International Education Partnerships: Recipe For Success (1207)
Collaboration and Trust (1208)
Exploring academic and aspirational identity through Lego Serious Play (1214)
Critical Understanding Of Interoperability And Governance Issues In The Blue-Light Emergency Services: Need For A Joined-Up Approach (1217)
Managing Identity Resources: Leading Change on Ethnic Representation (1221)
Embedding Sustainability in the Curriculum and the Challenges for Pedagogy (1225)
Global Talent Management in Crisis? Considering the implications of context for research, teaching and practice (1227)
Great Skills, Wrong Era: Are Universities Providing Employability Skills For Jobs That Won’t Exist? (1231)
‘Artificial Intelligence – Disruptive Innovation in Uncertain Times (1234)
Strategies to Develop Core People Management and Development Behaviours through Psychometrics & Coaching: A Profession Mapping Exercise (1238)
Can Business Schools Bridge the FinTech Skills and Diversity Gap? (1241)
Event Information
Product Code
Event Provider BAM
Date / Time 3rd September
Venue Aston Business School, Birmingham
Event Type Development Workshop
Target Audience
Price free
Booking Deadline 2 September 2019
Link to Booking Form
Contact For more information on this event please contact the BAM Office on +44(0)2073837770, or at bam@bam.ac.uk.
Delegate List Available? No

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