Wednesday, March 25, 2020
We are excited to offer the following workshops during the SMS Special Conference in Berkeley. For more details and to apply for the workshops, please visit the workshop's page.
Attending doctoral students will be accepted through an application process. The main objectives of this Doctoral Workshop, focusing on strategy and innovation in a digital era, are to foster interaction among leading faculty scholars and doctoral students on various aspects of research and on preparing for a professional career in academia. The doctoral student participants will broaden their academic network with senior faculty from around the world and develop a better understanding of the particularities of the academic career.
Attending Practitioners, DBA and Executive PhD students will be accepted through an application process. The main objectives of this workshop are to promote bridging theory and practice with DBA and Executive PhD students on various aspects of their research and on enabling them to make an impact on business and society. The participants will be immersed in a combination of dynamic presentations describing the latest research/thought patterns followed by interactive feedback sessions. Depending on submissions, we have tentatively scheduled presentations by local tech start-ups, presenting their strategic challenges/dilemmas as part of the workshop.
Join editorial board members, editor, authors and reviewers of California Management Review (CMR) to learn how to prepare and frame your research and ideas for publication in CMR. The journal is Berkeley-Hass’ premier journal and a leading journal globally enjoying an impact factor of 5.0. The session will be led by Dave Vogel, Sara Beckman and Kora Gonzalez as well as some of the journal’s reviewers. We will provide tips and insights on how to write for the journal, negotiate the review process and how to frame your paper to ensure it meets both the rigorous scholarly requirements while ensuring it has pragmatic relevance to managers. We will then close with a Q&A focusing on your research ideas and possible submissions.
In this workshop, editors and authors of the SEJ will take you through the process of writing for the journal, including the scope and core topics and subject matter the journal seeks to publish. The session will be led by Co-Editor Melissa Graebner and Associate Editors Tim Folta and Yong Li. You will be taken through important aspects of the journal, how to frame your ideas and arguments, and will be provided with insights on how to respond to reviewers, as well as a Q&A on what factors increase your chances of publication and common mistakes made.