British Journal of Management Paper Development Workshop
14th May 2023, 1pm – 3pm, Institute of International Management, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
Prof. Felix Arndt, Associate Editor, British Journal of Management
Prof. Yi-Ying Chang, Editorial Board Member, British Journal of Management Prof. Chieh-Peng Lin, Editorial Board Member, British Journal of Management Associate Prof. and Director Wei-Shiun Chang, National Cheng Kung University Associate Prof. Yu-Yu Chang, National Cheng Kung University
The British Journal of Management (BJM) provides a valuable outlet for research and scholarship on management-oriented themes and topics. It publishes articles of a multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary nature as well as theoretical and empirical research from within traditional disciplines and managerial functions, based on any appropriate methodology, and selected contributions to the development of research methods. With contributions from around the globe, the journal includes articles across the full range of business and management disciplines. Articles that are reviews and/or theorise on the basis of systematic reviews should be directed to our sister journal, the International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR).
This workshop is designed to help authors aspiring to publish in the British Journal of Management to develop and enhance their draft work. Participation in the workshop does not guarantee progress towards publication but will provide authors with advice and guidance to help them give improve their work and increase its chances.
Application and Participation Process
To apply to participate please supply:
- Have a paper idea (5 pages) or full draft paper, that you would like to develop through constructive critique, that fits with BJM’s focus and content areas – see: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/14678551/homepage/forauthors.html
- Send us your draft paper in Word or PDF format, no later than 2 weeks before workshop date – 14th May 2023
- Your paper must have a cover page that includes: the author name(s) and affiliation(s); three- four keywords; and an email address for the lead author. An abstract of up to 200 words should be provided on the first page of the paper.
- Agree to your paper being discussed in a small group with other participants, as arranged by the workshop facilitators.
- Be willing and able to provide a short (5-minute maximum) overview of your paper to others in the discussion group.
- Commit to attending the whole workshop, if your paper is accepted. The workshop will take this format:
0-40 minutes Introduction to BJM and Q&A
40-120 minutes Small group paper discussions, each led by a facilitator
The workshop is limited to a maximum of 20 papers