Save the date: 'Ethical Questions of Digital Transformation' , 24th October, Dusseldorf
This workshop launches a co-operation between the British Academy of Management Continental Network (BAM-CN) and the Association of German Engineers (VDI). Together with the VDI, we wish to foster the exchange of knowledge and ideas between the United Kingdom and Continental Europe. We will discuss the ethical challenges arising in our digitized and globally connected world, especially against the background of the increasingly important role of automation and technologies such as artificial intelligence.
Confirmed keynote speakers are Dr. Mariarosaria Taddeo, Deputy Director of the DigitalEthics Lab at Oxford University and Prof. Wolfgang M. Schröder, Professor of Philosophy at the Institute of Systematic Theology of the University of Würzburg.
Launch Event of the Continental Network - 'Management and Work in a Digital World', 14th March at the British Embassy in Berlin
This conference is the founding event of the British Academy of Management Continental Network. In cooperation with the MÜNCHNER KREIS, the leading German independent platform providing Orientation for Digital Transformation, we wish to foster the exchange of knowledge and ideas between the United Kingdom and Continental Europe, to examine how new digital technologies impact our lives, management and work a digital and globally connected world.
For full details of the launch event, please click on the event page below:
About the Continental Network
The Continental Network is an international community of the British Academy of Management officially founded in the course of the Annual Conference 2018 in Bristol to build BAM’s representation in continental Europe. It has the aim to connect scholars from the European Continent with British scholars, to establish a platform for regular, inter and transdisciplinary knowledge exchange and joint events as well as to strengthen the ties of academic cooperation.
The Continental Network Executive Committee
and Event Manager:
James B. Johnston
Background to the Foundation of the Continental Network
Throughout Europe, there is a variety of different research cultures and competences with a huge potential for synergy and opportunities for learning from each other. The BAM Continental Network aspires, especially in times of Brexit, to connect scholars and industry representatives from these different backgrounds for an international exchange of knowledge, ideas and approaches/methods to the benefit of the BAM community. In this initiative also lays great potential for the growth of the BAM community, as peers in continental Europe could become members of BAM to benefit from joint activities and events
Aims and Objectives
- Establish a platform for knowledge exchange between the scholars in the UK and continental Europe
- Strengthen the ties between the UK and European institutions and associations in times of Brexit through cooperation and joint activities
- Provide the BAM community with international events in other (research) cultures
- Enrich academic debates with perspectives from other research cultures
- Create a nucleus for further growth in Continental Europe
- Provide opportunities for participation to the wider community of BAM outside the UK
- Being an organic part of the BAM organisational structure and processes
Board of Advisers
The board of advisers of the Continental Network supports our initiative through an exchange of knowledge and expertise, the opportunity for holding joint workshops and events as well as the provision of excellent keynote speakers.