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Call for Chapters: The Palgrave Handbook of Workplace Innovation across Developed and Developing Countries

  • 1.  Call for Chapters: The Palgrave Handbook of Workplace Innovation across Developed and Developing Countries

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    CALL FOR CHAPTERS
    The Palgrave Handbook of Workplace Innovation across Developed and Developing Countries
    Editors
    McMurray, A., Muenjohn, N. and Weerakoon, C.


    It is expected that the handbook which will be published by Palgrave Macmillan UK, will make significant contributions to the theory and practice of innovation by enhancing our understanding of workplace innovation and its implications. The chapters will cover innovation issues across a wide range of contexts and perspectives.  The handbook will consist of 36 chapters approximately 5500-6000 words per chapter.

    Chapters with qualitative or quantitative research or case studies dealing with the following themes are encouraged (but are not limited to these themes):

    Theme 01 -  Innovation in Contexts

    Theme 02 - Determinants of Innovation

    Theme 03 - Innovation as a Process

    Theme 04 – Workplace Innovation: Innovation as an Outcome

    Theme 05 – Innovation and Transformations

    Important Dates

    • Submission of extended proposal (1,500 words approx.) by 1st September 2019
    • Notification of accepted book chapter proposal by 15th September 2019
    • Receipt of full book chapter submission (approximately 5500-6000 words) by 15th November 2019
    • Chapter authors receive reviews with feedback by 1st December 2019
    • Final revised manuscript for publication due by 30th January 2020
    • Anticipated publication schedule for the Handbook is 2020

    Contact 

    Dr. Chamindika Weerakoon

    Department of Business Technology and Entrepreneurship

    Faculty of Business and Law

    Swinburne University of Technology

    e-mail: cweerakoon@swin.edu.au

    Please see attached flyer for more detailed information.

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    Adela McMurray, PhD
    Professor Mentor
    College of Business
    RMIT University
    Melbourne Vic Australia 3000
    Ph: +61 3 9925 5946
    Email: adela.mcmurray@rmit.edu.au
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