Call for Workshops

Academy of Management Africa Conference The first-ever
Academy of Management conference to be held outside of North America will be
held in Johannesburg, South Africa from January 7 to 10 2013. Unlike the
typical conference in which collaborators share the answers to their research
questions, this conference is about discovering questions worth asking and
building collaborative relationships to answer them. 

In this spirit, we invite initial proposals for workshops
to be held at the conference. Workshops should not be *presentations* but
rather *interactive experiences* that stimulate dialogue, raise questions, and
point to action. They may concern teaching, research, and/or hands-on
engagement with practitioners in any four of the conference theme tracks (see
below). We are especially looking for cross-institutional proposals and
participants from diverse backgrounds, where possible across continents. 




Engaging Practitioners

Institutions: Business, Government, Society Emerging
Market Firms and MNCs: Characteristics and Global Aspirations The Base of the
Pyramid: Emerging Market Consumers, Workers, and Managers Cultural Diversity
and Transformational Societies In your proposal, please state: 

1) Your broad topic/track (e.g. Engaging practitioners
around Cultural Diversity or Research in the Base of the Pyramid);

2) The specific dimension or aspect that your team is
focusing on (e.g.

forgiveness or mobile banking) and why this focus area

3) What your team will do during the workshop, and how;

4) Who the team members are, their experience in this
topic/theme, and why they are qualified to facilitate the session Workshops can
be 2 or 4 hours long; please state the duration in your proposal. Proposals
should be a maximum of two pages long, and will be assessed by the Organizing
Committee. The shortlisted proposals will then be further developed. It is
expected that if the workshop is accepted, all of the individuals who are on
that workshop will also attend the conference. 

The deadline for submitting a proposal for workshops is
May 15 2012.

Proposals should be sent to [log in to unmask]
with the subject *AOM Africa Conference Workshop Proposal*.

Romie Frederick Littrell, BA, MBA, PhD, FIAIR

Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

IV. 1st stanza, War is Kind and Other Lines, Stephen Crane, 1899

A little ink more or less!

It surely can't matter?

Even the sky and the opulent sea,

The plains and the hills, aloof,

Hear the uproar of all these books.

But it is only a little ink more or less.

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