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New BAM Fellows Announced at the BAM2017 Conference

12th September 2017

BAM is pleased to announce that eight new Fellows were announced at the BAM2017 conference at the University of Warwick, United Kingdom. The new Fellows were presented with their certificates by Professor Ken Starkey, Dean of the Fellows College during the Awards Ceremony.

The eight new Fellows are:

  • Professor Veronique Ambrosini
  • Professor Charles Baden-Fuller
  • Professor Simon Collinson
  • Professor Igor Filatotchev
  • Professor Denis Fischbacher-Smith
  • Professor Caroline Gatrell
  • Professor Nicholas O'Regan
  • Professor Zoe Radnor

Professor Veronique Ambrosini


Professor Charles Baden-Fuller

Professor Simon Collinson

Professor Igor Filatotchev

Professor Denis Fischbacher-Smith

 Professor Caroline Gatrell

Professor Nicholas O'Regan

Professor Zoe Radnor

Fellowships are awarded to scholars who have made an outstanding Academic contribution to Business and Management scholarship, as well as demonstrating a significant contribution to the community of scholars in the field and within BAM.

Please read on for the profiles of the New BAM Fellows
For more information about BAM Fellows, please visit: BAM Fellows

Professor Veronique Ambrosini

Position: Professor and Head, Department of Management
Institution: Department of Management, Monash Business School, Monash University,
Caulfield East, Victoria, 3145, Australia
 

Outstanding Academic contribution to business and management scholarship

  • Authors of many publications which have influenced thinking on value creation and appropriation, dynamic capabilities and tacit knowledge.

  • Co-author of the 4th most cited British Journal of Management article

  • One of the early proponents of the Strategy as Practice (SAP) perspective

  • Associate editor of the British Journal of Management (2006-2013), Journal of Management & Organization (2011-2013) and co-editor of Organization Management Journal (2007-2009)

  • Best paper in BAM (2008 and 2010)

  • Strategic Management Society Associate Chair, Programme Chair and Chair of the Practice of strategy track (2007-2010)

  • Editorial board member: Academy of Management Learning and Education, Journal of Management Studies, British Journal of Management, International Journal of Human Resource Management and Journal of Management Education.

Contribution and commitment to the well-being of BAM

  • Associate editor of the British Journal of Management (2006-2013)

  • British Academy of Management: Council Member, (2010-2012)

  • Editorial Board Member, British Journal of Management (2011- current)

Contribution to the general well-being of business and management education

  • Head of the Department of Management (Monash Business School, Monash University)
     
  • 2014 and 2017 editorial board Outstanding Reviewer Award for the Academy of Management Learning and Education
     
  • Editorial board member of the Academy of Management Learning and Education and of the Journal of Management Education
     
  • ANZAM Research Fellow/Mentor (2013-)
     
  • Gave numerous capacity building talks on publishing
     

Referees provided from UK and Australia

Professor Charles Baden-Fuller

Position: Centenary Professor of Strategy and International Business
Institution: Cass Business School, City, University of London

Outstanding Academic contribution to business and management scholarship

  • Field forming academic influence on the topic of “Business Models”. Critical contribution in promoting the idea that business models are models – and need to be taken seriously as such – through his own contributions and through the most cited special issue ever produced on the topic of Business Models (Long Range Planning, 2010 with more than 3,000 Google Scholar cites a year).

  • Major contributions to strategy thinking in the fields of: cognition in strategy, knowledge management, strategic alliances, and strategic change – leading to many thousand citations in Google Scholar.

  • Principal investigator of more than £3million research grants on the themes of Business Models, Biotechnology, Knowledge Management, and Strategic Change (Rejuvenation)

  • Promoter of more than 20 doctoral students and research fellows, most of whom are employed in world leading academic institutions.

Contribution and commitment to the well-being of BAM

  • BAM council member

Contribution to the general well-being of business and management education

  • Elected fellow of the Strategic Management Society, and Fellow of Academy of Social Sciences (AACSB)

  • Editor-in-Chief, Long Range Planning, 1999-2010

  • Senior Fellow of Wharton School, 2000 - present

  • Professor of Strategy (and for short time dean), School of Management, University of Bath, 1988-1994

  • Centenary Professor of Strategy, Cass Business School, City, University of London (during which time held many posts including: director of research, joint acting dean, and university senator) 1995 to present

  • Regular contributor with papers, symposia, and key-note speeches at Strategic Management Society, Academy of Management, EGOS and other conferences

  • Regular contributor and key-note speaker and business conferences

  • Consultant to many major companies and start-ups in the UK and EU on the topics of strategy and business models

  • Organiser of website BusinessModelZoo.com designed to assist businesses with free content about business model design and execution – hosting more than 100 business case studies

 Referees provided from UK, France and USA

Professor Simon Collinson

Position: Professor of International Business and Innovation, Birmingham Business School; Director, City-Region Economic Development Institute; Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor; Chair, Chartered ABS.
Institution: University of Birmingham, UK

Outstanding Academic contribution to business and management scholarship

  • 7 Co-authored or co-edited books, including lead author of ‘International Business’ (FT Pearson, now in its seventh edition)

  • Over 50 book chapters and policy articles

  • Over 30 publications in peer reviewed journals

  • Over £5 million awarded in research funding

  • Current or past Editorial Board member for four leading journals

  • Lead Ghoshal AIM Fellow and AIM Board member

  • Fellow of the RSA

Contribution and commitment to the well-being of BAM

  • BAM Council member 2011-2013

  • BAM Conference Track Chair (three times)

  • Co-founder of first Innovation SIG, linked to ESRC Innovation Programme

  • Organiser / participant for three AIM-BAM Doctoral Workshops

  • Developing BAM links with the Chartered Association of Business Schools as Chair of C-ABS

Contribution to the general well-being of business and management education

  • ESRC Council member for 6 years, promoting business and management research as a focus for engaged, interdisciplinary research

  • Chair of the Chartered Association of Business Schools, supporting efforts to measure and showcase the added value of management and business research to UK stakeholders

  • Director of the City-Region Economic Development Institute (City-REDI) developing interdisciplinary links across social sciences

  • Deputy Pro-Vice-Chancellor, University of Birmingham

  • Dean, Birmingham Business (2012-2016)

  • Deputy Dean (and various roles) Warwick Business School (2000-2010

Referees provided from UK and USA
 

Professor Igor Filatotchev

Position: Professor of Corporate Governance and Strategy
Institution: King’s Business School, King’s College London

Outstanding Academic contribution to business and management scholarship

  • 5 edited books

  • 33 book chapters

  • 135 publications in world-leading international journals which have influenced thinking on corporate governance and business strategy, with a particular impact in the area of institutional theory and comparative corporate governance

  • One of the early contributors to the growing research on corporate governance and business strategy in transition and emerging market economies.

  • General Editor, Journal of Management Studies

  • Associate Editor, Journal of Management and Governance

  • Past Associate Editor, Corporate Governance: An International Review

  • Guest Editor of numerous special issues in leading management, economics and finance journals, including Academy of Management Learning and Education; Academy of Management Perspectives; Journal of International Business Studies; Journal of Corporate Finance; Journal of International Management; Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal; Management International Review; International Business Review; Journal of Development Economics, International Journal of Managerial Finance; European Journal of Management and Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance

  • A number of Best Paper awards at the Academy of Management

  • Over 10,300 citations in Google Scholar, H-index of 53, i10- index of 111

Contributions and committment to the well-being of BAM

  • Chair of BAM Corporate Governance Special Interest Group (2004-2007)
  • BAM Council Member (2004-2007).

Contribution to the general well-being of business and management education

  • Member of Corporate Governance Committee, Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales

  • Associate Dean for Research and Enterprise, Cass Business School, City, University of London (2012-2016)

  • Director, Centre for Research on Corporate Governance, Cass Business School, City, University of London (2007-2017)

  • Trustee of the Society for the Advancement of Management Studies (SAMS), serving on the SAMS council (2007-2014)

  • Organised and delivered numerous capacity building and early career development workshops, particularly on publishing in top journals and mid-career development

  • Chair and convenor of conferences, conference tracks, symposia and PDWs at major annual academic forums, including Strategic Management Society, Academy of Management, Academy of International Business, European International Business Academy and European Academy of Management

  • Member of editorial boards of Strategic Management Journal (2006-2013), Academy of Management Perspectives, Journal of International Business Studies, Global Strategy Journal (2008-2013), Journal of World Business, International Journal of Managerial Finance, British Journal of Management, Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance (2008-2013), Journal of Strategy and Management, Oxford Research Reviews: Business and Management.

  • Guest Editor, Academy of Management Learning and Education Special Issue on “Strategic Management Education: Navigating Between Different Approaches and Learning Impacts“

  • Research Advisory Board for the Faculty of Management, National University “Higher School of Economics”, Moscow, Russian Federation

Referees provided from UK and Austria

Professor Denis Fischbacher-Smith

Position: Research Chair in Risk and Resilience
Deputy Director of the Adam Smith Business School & Director of research
Institution: Adam Smith Business School University of Glasgow

Outstanding Academic contribution to business and management scholarship

  • Edited Books: 5

  • Published Articles in International Peer Reviewed Journals: 69

  • Articles in Professional Journals: 15

  • Published Book Chapters: 40

  • Entries in Encyclopedias: 7

  • Published Government and Technical Reports: 5

  • Over £2.5 million in external grant income as PI or CI

  • Best paper award at BAM (2014)

  • Chartered Ergonomist and Human Factors Specialist (C.ErgHF); Chartered Security Professional (CSyP); Chartered Manager (Companion)(CMgr); Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (FCIPD); Companion of the Chartered Management Institute (CCMI);

  • Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS); Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Association (PFHEA); Fellow of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (FIEHF); Fellow of the Security Institute (FSyI); Fellow of the Emergency Planning Society (FEPS)

Contribution and commitment to the well-being of BAM

  • Book Reviews Editor, British Journal of Management (2001-2009)

  • Editorial Board Member: British Journal of Management (2001-2011)

  • Track co-chair for the Organisation Studies track at BAM 2016 and 2017

  • Organised a number of workshops on behalf of BAM in organisational security, crisis management, and mental health in the workplace with external partners.

  • Regular presenter at the BAM Annual Conference

  • Organised and delivered Personal Development Workshops at BAM 2016 (Early Career Researchers) and 2017 (Research Integrity)

Contribution to the general well-being of business and management education

  • Director of Research, Adam Smith Business School (Responsible for the 2014 REF submission) (2012-present)

  • Director of Research, Department of Management (Responsible for the 2008 RAE submission) (2007)

  • Director of the University of Liverpool Management School (2002-2006) and head of the University of Liverpool Science Enterprise Centre (2002-2006)

  • Director of Research, Sheffield University Management School (jointly responsible for the 2001 RAE submission) (2000-2001)

  • Head of the Division of Strategy, Systems and Markets, Sheffield University Management School (1999-2001)

  • Director of Research, Durham University Business School (responsible for the 1996 RAE submission) (1996-1999)

  • Director of Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University (1992-1995)

  • Director of Research, Liverpool Business School (responsible for the 1992 RAE submission) (1991-1992)

  • Visiting Professorial Appointments: Crichton Institute, Dumfries, (2015-present); Edge Hill University, (2010-present); Brunel University (2005-2008); University of Innsbruck, Austria (2001- 2008); San Diego State University, USA (1998-2001); Kobe University, Japan (November – December 1991).

  • Member of Baroness Hayman’s (House of Lords, Minister of Health) expert committee on ‘Learning from Experience in the National Health Service’ Chaired by Professor Sir Liam Donaldson, United Kingdom Chief Medical Officer. (1999-2000).

  • Referees provided from the USA, Denmark, and the UK

Professor Caroline Gatrell

Position: Professor of Organization Studies, University of Liverpool Management School
Institution: University of Liverpool

Outstanding Academic contribution to business and management scholarship

  • Substantial publication record in high ranked journals as a scholar of Work, Health and Family; analysing from a socio-cultural perspective how employees balance paid work and everyday lives

  • Exploration within leading journals, books, and chapters of interconnections between gender, bodies and employment, including development of the concepts ‘Maternal Body Work’ and ‘Pregnant Presenteeism’

  • Author of influential books on work life balance and gender, including four research monographs (two single-authored)

  • Principal Investigator of key research projects on parents and work-life balance

Contribution and commitment to the well-being of BAM

  • Co-Editor in Chief, International Journal of Management Reviews, 2013 

  • Member of BAM Council, 2013 -

  • Convenor over many years of seminars on managing research careers, and publishing in leading journals

Contribution to the general well-being of business and management education

  • Chair, NARTI (Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative) 2013 –

  • Member, Chartered Association of Business Schools Academic Journal Scientific Committee 2017 -

  • Institutional lead, ESRC Doctoral Training Partnerships, Lancaster University 2014 – 2016

  • Director of Doctoral Programmes, Lancaster University Management School 2012 - 2014

  • Leading and delivering doctoral and early career development workshops with a focus on how to manage your research career

  • Associate Editor, Gender, Work and Organization, 2013 -

 

Referees provided from UK and America
 

Professor Nicholas O'Regan

Position: Associate Dean – Research & Innovation, and Professor of Strategy, Enterprise and Innovation
Institution: Bristol Business School, UWE Bristol

Outstanding Academic contribution to business and management scholarship

  • 2 edited books

  • 16 book chapters

  • Over 100 publications in peer reviewed journals

  • Co founder and co editor Journal of Strategy & Management

  • Co founder – Journal of Family Business Management

  • Guest editor – numerous journal special issues

  • Significant research funding - over £1 million research funding as PI or Co-I

  • Best paper award at BAM Conference (2007)

  • Editorial Board Member: Technovation

  • Fellow: Academy of Social Sciences

  • Member of ESRC Peer Review College 2010-2017

  • H-index of 37

Contribution and commitment to the well-being of BAM

  • Track Chair for Strategy, BAM Annual Conferences

  • BAM Council member 2010-3 with membership of Services/Conference subcommittee,

  • BAM Council member 2013-6 with membership of the Capacity Building Committee

  • Member of organising team – BAM Annual Conference 2002

  • Contributor to BAM Doctoral Symposia and PDWs

  • Organised and delivered numerous capacity building and early career development workshops on REF 2014, REF 2021, Career Development by Networking and ‘Smart-bidding’ workshops

Contribution to the general well-being of business and management education

  • Professor of Strategy, Middlesex University 2004-2007

  • Organiser of Distinguished Addresses at both Middlesex and Bristol Business Schools – over 150 CEOs/Chairs of major companies and organisations have participated to date

Referees provided from UK, Ireland and USA

Professor Zoe Radnor

Position: Professor of Service Operations Management
Dean, School of Business, University of Leicester
Institution: School of Business, University of Leicester
And Visiting Professor, School of Business and Economics, University of Loughborough

Outstanding Academic contribution to business and management scholarship

  • Development of the field of ‘Public Service Operations Management’.

  • 55 peer reviewed journal articles

  • 1 edited book

  • 15 book chapters

  • 40 monographs, published reports, practitioner journal publications

  • Over £1.5M of research funding as PI/ CI from Research Councils and Government bodies

  • h-index 41, over 6,000 citations

  • Best paper awards European Operations Management Association (EurOMA), BAM.

Contribution and committment to the well-being of BAM

  • Doctoral Training committee including co-organizing the Doctoral Symposiums at BAM Conference (2004, 2005)
     
  • Conference Co-Chair/ organizer (2007, 2012, 2013, 2014)
     
  • Council member 2004 – 2010.
     
  • Executive member: Vice-Chair of BAM (2011), Deputy Chair (2012), Chair (2013), Vice President (2014)

Contribution to the general well-being of business and management education

  • Council Member: Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS)

  • Advanced Institute of Management (AIM) Management Practice Fellow (2009 - 2012)

  • Member of ESRC peer review college

  • Former, Board member on International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM)

  • Former, Board member on the European Operations Management Association (EurOMA) Dean, School of Business

  • Associate Dean Teaching (Loughborough University, London)

  • Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching (Cardiff Business School)

  • Editorial Board member for International Journal of Production and Operations Management (IJOPM); Public Money and Management; International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management

  • Guest Editor for 3 special issue journals

  • Former, Co-editor of International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management (2003-2009)

Referees provided from UK and Australia

Posted by Lewis Johnson - 
British Academy of Management

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