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BAM2017 Doctoral Symposium Feedback Report

27th November 2017

The BAM2017 Doctoral Symposium was held on the 4th September 2017 at The Oculus Building, University of Warwick attracting 168 delegates from 14 countries.
Of the 168 delegates that attended the symposium, 46 delegates (27%) have been kind enough to provide BAM with their feedback of the event. Their feedback showed that the overall satisfaction with the Doctoral Symposium was positive. This is reflected in the high scores for all aspects of organisation and website, as well as the usefulness of the event. Satisfaction with the content of the Symposium is higher than the previous four years, and, this year, the networking aspect scored highest. 67% of delegates also reported that they learned something new at the Symposium.

The feedback has been very helpful and will assist BAM in planning future conferences.


  • 66% of the delegates were full time students and 34%-part time students
  • 64% of delegates were female, 36% were male.
  • 65% of delegates had not attended a BAM Doctoral Symposium before
  • 60% expressed their firm intention to attend a future symposium and a further 28% may do so
  • 42% of delegates said they were likely to recommend the BAM Doctoral Symposium to others


  • Satisfaction with all aspects of administration scored above 4 (i.e. between good and excellent)
  • Some suggestions were made about ways of improving Poster Presentations and about the catering.
  • Delegates believed that they learnt something new at the Symposium and learnt new skills as academic researchers
  • The Fellows plenary was considered useful and informative and scored above 4 (Good-Excellent)



Posted by Lewis Johnson - 
British Academy of Management

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