SMS Workshops will be hosted on the virtual conference platform. Workshops are included in the cost of registration for the SMS 4th1 Annual Conference.
September 18, 2021 from 10:00h - 13:00h EDT
Sponsored by: Strategic Leadership & Governance
Organized by: Daniel Gamache, Wei Shi, and Toyah Miller
Panels are open to all attendees
Application Required by August 17 for the paper development/ round-table portion of this workshop
The Strategic Leadership & Governance Interest Group is offering an Early Career Professional and Paper Development Workshop.
The workshop consists of two components. The first component is a professional development workshop and open to everyone. The aim of the professional development workshop is to provide a venue for senior-career faculty to share their views on the future of SL&G research and offer advice for publishing SL&G topics in management journals. This component will include two panel discussions: 1) a discussion with senior scholars of SL&G Interest Group about emerging research opportunities and career related advice and 2) a panel discussion with current journal editors about the publishing process. This component will last one hour and forty-five minutes.
The second component is a paper development workshop designed for PhD students and junior faculty. This session will offer participants the opportunity to discuss their work in a small group, round table format. Participants of this workshop need to submit a five-page research proposal (SMS style) prior to August 17, 2021 in order to apply for this session. The research proposals will be distributed to the senior scholars and other group members. Participants in each group (consisting of the authors of 3 to 4 papers with a common theme or methodology) will exchange feedback during this portion of the program. Experienced SL&G scholars will provide feedback and facilitate each group discussion. This component will last an hour and fifteen minutes.
All registered conference attendees are welcome to attend the panel portion of this workshop!
An application is required for the paper development/ round-table portion of this workshop. Applicants should submit the following as a PDF through the workshop website.
For consideration, please apply by August 17, 2021. The research proposals will be distributed to the senior scholars and other group members.
Participants must be registered to attend the SMS 41st Annual Conference to attend the workshop.