Researchers are under increasing pressure to enhance the visibility of their research. Funding bodies require dissemination of findings, institutions are measuring impact through a broader array of channels, while visibility can be beneficial for career recognition and progress. With so many social media channels and options, it can be difficult to discern how to best navigate and manage research visibility.
This session will draw on the experiences of 3 researchers who will share their experiences of using different channels to showcase research, research centres and journal output.
Brian Harney (Dublin City University) will draw on his experiences using Linkedin, including in the context of tracking dissemination for an EU funded project.
Rebecca Hewett (Erasmus University) will speak of her experience of using LinkedIn and Twitter including as Communications Editor for Human Resource Management Journal.
Matej Černe (University of Ljubljana) will detail how he has used Instagram as a means to profile his new humanizing digital work research centre.
**This will be a joint British and Irish Academy of Management event in the spirit of encouraging further partnership and conversations amongst our academic communities.
British Academy of Management HRM Special Interest Group and the Irish Academy of Management
Who Should Attend?While the event will be of general interests and bridges teaching, engagement and research, it is likely to be particularly relevant to early and mid-career researchers. The event speaks to Sections A1 and A2, as detailed in the BAM Framework
Brian Harney, BA (Hons), MBS, PhD (Cambridge), MCIPD is Professor in Strategy & HRM at DCU Business School, Dublin City University, Ireland. Brian's research focuses on the intersection of Strategy and HRM, with a particular focus on SMEs, growth and knowledge-intensive sectors. Brian is currently guest editing special issues of HRM Review, IJHRM, International Small Business Journal and Employee Relations.
Rebecca (Bex) Hewett is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Organisation and Personnel Management, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. Her research focuses on the interface between HR practices and people's everyday experiences at work and she is interested in how HR practices can enhance value for the organisation whilst benefiting the wellbeing of employees.
Matej Černe, PhD is an Associate Professor in the field of management and organization at the University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business (SEBLU). His research interests include non-technological innovations, creativity, organizational behaviour and psychology, leadership, digital work and multi-level issues in management. He has received numerous awards for his research and his research was published in top management journals
Benefits of attending
- Learn about social media options for enhancing research visibility
- Hear of different experiences of leading scholars engaging with linkedin, twitter and Instagram
- Learn of the multiple ways you can use and engage with platforms
- Get practical tips for maximizing impact
- Join a discussion on most appropriate channels to raise visibility
Please contact the BAM Office at [email protected] with any queries.
BAM/IAM Members: Free
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