Companionships

Companions of BAM (CBAM) include:

  • Leaders in the private, public, and third sector who have had a significant impact on management practices and thinking in their own organizations and/or beyond;
  • Leaders of professional institutions and bodies, trade and business associations, and trades unions who have influenced management thinking and the conduct and activity of management in the UK and beyond;
  • People who have played a significant institutional role in the leadership and development of scholarly associations advancing management knowledge – in related fields, in sibling management academies and equivalent beyond the UK, and within BAM itself;
  • Thought leaders on management outside academia, including journalists, politicians and other public intellectuals.

Companionship Awards 2019

 BAM is delighted to announce that five individuals have been announced as BAM Companions at the 33r Annual Conference at Aston University. The Companions are listed as follow:

  •  Prof Melanie Bryant
  •  Prof Julia Clarke
  •  Dr Felicity Keliher
  •  Prof Angus Laing
  •  Sir Michael Marmot

Companionship Awards 2018

 BAM is delighted to announce that six individuals have been announced as BAM Companions at the 32nd Annual Conference at the University of the West of England. The Companions are listed as follow

  • Lord Bichard
  • Lord Bilimoria
  • Prof Lee Di Milia
  • Jonathan Dimbleby
  • John Manzoni
  • Vicky Pryce

Companionship Awards 2017

BAM is delighted to announce that seven individuals have been announced asBAM Companions at the 31st BAM Annual Conference at the University of Warwick. The Companions are listed as follows:

  • Eliat Aram
  • Chris Daly
  • Jacky Holloway
  • Kate Kearins
  • Howard Kerr
  • Andy Rubin
  • Sir Martin Sorrell