Professor Denyer will guide participants on the structuring of arguments and the interplay of a theoretical story and an empirical story in academic writing. This is a fundamental skill which is key to getting published in high ranking journals and, where it is not applied, is a main reason many people don’t get published. The workshop will examine an AOM paper winner and it will be explained why the author does this so well. For anyone who has real world data, particularly a single case study it is an wonderful example of how to make a theoretical contribution. Professor Denyer will provide a method of structuring a paper and will get everyone to apply it to the exemplar paper so participants will get a shared understanding of how the approach works. Then participants will apply it to their own papers. The outcome would be a storyline and architecture for delegate’s own papers, which will significantly enhance their chances of publication in a CABS 3-4 journal.
This event will take place on the 11th December 2019, between 11:00am and 5:00pm
Who Should Attend
Any academic who is keen to publish in top ranking journals should attend. The workshop is offered to Doctoral Students, Post Doctoral Fellows, ESRC/SAMS MBD Fellows, Early/Mid Career Academics and Senior Academics.
Benefits of Attendance
The development of the skill of crafting writing for top journals.
The University of the West of Scotland
The Paisley Campus
High Street, Paisley PA1 2BE
David is Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change and Commercial and Development Director at Cranfield School of Management. He has published a large number of important and highly cited articles and book chapters. He is strongly committed to, and has a significant track record of, developing the next generation of researchers.
David is a founding member of the International Evidence-based Management Collaborative. In 2009 he obtained a prestigious Advanced Institute of Management Research Fellowship. David has a significant track record of successfully delivering research projects funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organization and the private sector. David works with organizations to build capabilities of change, leadership, resilience and high reliability. He helps senior leaders in a wide range of organizations to establish strategic direction and deliver sustained performance improvement. David designs, facilitates and delivers compelling learning events for senior executives. He was voted HR magazine’s 2012 “Most Influential UK Thinker”. In October 2016, David became a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
The workshop is provided by Building Capability and Organisational Transformation Change and Development Special Interest Group.
The UWS Paisley Campus is 5 minutes from Glasgow International airport by taxi, and a 10 minute walk from Paisley Gilmour Street Railway station.
The paper which will be examined in this workshop is by Joep Cornellison et al, (2013), and can be accessed through the link below:
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£30 for non-BAM Members
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