Downloadable link: https://bit.ly/amle-pdw-impact
The editors of The Academy of Management Learning & Education (AMLE) invite applications for a Paper Development Workshop (PDW) connected to the Special Issue of AMLE on:
"Learning and Education Strategies for Scholarly Impact: Influencing Regulation, Policy and Society through Research"
The workshop is designed to help you to develop your paper for submission to the Special Issue with a deadline of May 31, 2021. Authors will participate in roundtable presentations and developmental sessions led by members of the AMLE editorial team and the Special Issue's guest editors. The aim of the workshop is to provide you with practical advice and feedback to help you during the process of writing your paper for the Special Issue of AMLE.
Space is strictly limited and preference will be given to participants who are presenting working papers that demonstrate a good fit with the Special Issue. We advise that you consult with the Call for Papers for the Special Issue by clicking here
Those who wish to have their paper reviewed and discussed should submit an extended abstract by Friday, January 22nd, 2021. Extended abstracts should be no more than 10 pages, double spaced, excluding tables, figures and references. The extended abstract should include discussions of: a) the phenomenon of interest, b) how existing theory fails to explain the phenomenon, c) the methodology, findings and discoveries so far and, d) actionable recommendations for practice. Authors are encouraged to include headers to demarcate these sections to facilitate discussion. Authors are welcome to submit questions at the end of the extended abstract, specifically around areas for which they would like help, or questions around how to craft the paper for the AMLE Special Issue. These questions do not count against the 10-page limit.
Please also consult AMLE's guidance for contributors to ascertain fit with the journal's mission (click here).
Please note that participation at the workshop does not guarantee inclusion of the paper in the Special Issue, and due to time constraints, feedback will only be provided to authors during the workshop.
To submit a paper, please click here: https://form.jotform.com/203437434256151
For questions about the Special Issue, please contact: Professor Usha Haley firstname.lastname@example.org
PDW Schedule Jan 27, 10:30 am - 1:30 pm US EST
10:30 am Welcome and Introduction to Publishing for AMLE by Professor Paul Hibbert, AMLE Editor-in-Chief
10:45 am Introduction to the Special Issue by Professor Usha Haley, AMLE Special Issue Editor
11:00 am Influencing Regulation through Research by Professor Sir Cary Cooper, AMLE Special Issue Co-Editor
11:15 am Breakout Discussion Groups and Workshopping of Papers & Ideas
12: 00 pm Break
12: 10 pm Breakout Discussion Groups and Workshopping of Papers & Ideas (cont.)
1:00 pm Q&A & Next Steps