Management Workshop - Professor Gazi Islam
Seminar Room 10.039, Level 10, The Spot Building (198 Berkeley St)Map
PRESENTER: Professor Gazi Islam (Grenoble Ecole de Management, France)
TOPIC: “Publishing in Management and Organization Studies – a Q&A session”
The purpose of this talk is to discuss publishing experiences and strategies in organizational scholarship. Drawing on personal experiences in publishing, as well as experience as Section Editor at Journal of Business Ethics and editorial board member of Organization Research Methods, Journal of Management, Organization, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Management Decision, I will share some of my observations around academic research and publishing, including: international mobility and publishing; academic communities and audiences; the relation between methodological choices and publishing; and the evolving nature of academic visibility. The format is meant to be interactive, with ample time for discussion, questions and debate.
Gazi Islam is Professor of People, Organizations and Society at Grenoble Ecole de Management. He currently serves as Section Editor at Journal of Business Ethics - Psychology and Business Ethics. Additionally, he serves on the editoral boards of Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Organizational Research Methods, Organization, and Management Research. He has served as faculty at Insper, Tulane University, and the University of New Orleans. His current research interests include the organizational antecedents and consequences of identity, and the relations between identity, group dynamics and the production of group and organizational cultures. His work has been published in journals such as Journal of Management Studies, Organization Studies, Organizational Research Methods, Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Organization, Human Relations, Organizational Research Methods, The American Journal of Public Health, Journal of Business Ethics, and American Psychologist.
RSVPs are not necessary.