BAM 2017-2018 Grant Scheme Winners Announced

After receiving 117 submissions to the BAM Transititons Schemes, we are pleased to announce that 10 applications have been successful in being awarded the grant. The quality of submissions was high which made the decision process difficult and the outcome eagerly awaited.

As one of the few small grant schemes in the UK, the popularity of this scheme underpins its relevance to the BAM membership within the management community. There is a diverse range of projects that will be undertaken within the community that BAM is happy to support.

Congratulations to all the successful award winners and please see the list below of the successful grant winners and the titles of their research projects:

Transitions 1 Winners - aimed at BAM Members early in their career

Cross-Cultural Performances Of Failure: Gathering Evidence From An International Entrepreneurial Community
Michelle A. Richey

Training for Short Term International Assignees of Private Security Companies in Conflict Areas
Kieran Michael Conroy

The Effect of Capabilities of Service Sector Firms on Co-Creating Innovation with Supply Chain Partners
Muthu De Silva, Zaheer Khan

An Examination of Human Capital Development and Employability Strategies Aimed at Achieving Labour Market Integration of Syrian Refugees in the UK
Miral Metawie

Transitions 2 Winners - aimed at BAM Members who are established researchers who want to develop a new research area

Innovation Collaboration Between Knowledge-Intensive Business Services Firms and Universities
Hsing-fen Lee, Marcela Miozzo

Becoming a vet: Veterinary students’ experiences of professional identity development
Stefanie C. Reissner

Developing impact measures of university-industry collaborations using text mining: evidence from Knowledge Transfer Partnerships in the UK
Ainurul Rosli, Federica Rossi, Muthu De Silva, Nick Yip

Management, Knowledge and Education winners - aimed at BAM members who want to propose a research project that informs the scholarly debate around management knowledge and education

Transitions From Expert Practitioner To Apprentice Scholar: The Journey Through Liminality
Claire Collins, Jane McKenzie

Relational Management Education: Embedding the Practice of Scholarship Within the Everyday Practice of DBA Graduates
Paul Ellwood, Lisa Anderson

Assessing the value of capstone unit in developing critical thinking skills in MSc students
Oyegoke Teslim Bukoye, Michael Oyelere, Cathy Minett-Smith