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Conference of the European Academy of Management (EURAM)*

The Conference of the European Academy of Management (EURAM) is the annual event of an european based community of engaged management scholars.

Conference Themes of interest

  • 2017: Managing Knowledge: Making Knowledge Work

Sample past tracks of interest:

2017
INNOVATION STANDING TRACKS
Knowledge, Learning, and Innovation in Cross-Sector Collaborations
ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR TRACKS
Knowledge Sharing and Organisational Culture
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT STANDING TRACKS
Corporate Strategy: Managing Knowledge within and across Mergers, Acquisitions and Alliances
Microfoundations of Strategy, Dynamic Capabilities and Knowledge Mechanisms
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT TRACKS
Knowledge Management and Sustainable Corporate Growth in Different Collaborative Environments
LOCAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE SPONSORED TRACKS
Making Education and Knowledge Work for Firms and Practitioners

2016
INNOVATION STANDING TRACKS
Knowledge, Learning, and Innovation
Organizing Creativity for Innovation: Multidisciplinary perspectives, theories, and practices
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR TRACKS
Rethinking (Open) Collaboration? Distributed Networks, Open Innovation and Open Source as Emerging Organizational Models
Collaborative Strategies: Coopetition, Networks and Alliances
The Paradox of Exploitation and Exploration: Social Network Theory Explanada
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT STANDING TRACKS
Microfoundations of Strategy, Dynamic Capabilities and Knowledge mechanisms

DEVELOPMENT WORKING GROUPS
Democratizing Learning and Development through Art-Based Mediation

2015
INNOVATION STANDING TRACKS
Organizing Creativity for Innovation: Multidisciplinary perspectives, theories, and practices
Knowledge, Learning, and Innovation
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT STANDING TRACKS
Micro-foundations of Strategy, Dynamic Capabilities, Knowledge, and Ambidexterity

2014
Knowledge & Learning (SIG General Track)

2013
Knowledge & Learning (SIG General Track): Absorptive Capacity; Interorganizational Relations; Learning Over Time; Knowledge and Learning in Professional Service Settings; Organizational Issues; New (In)Sights of and for Knowledge & Learning; Collaborative Approaches; Collaborative Knowledge and Learning; Knowledge & Learning Plenary; Individual-Level Issues; Team-Level Issues; (Re)Combining and Exploring Knowledge
Dynamic capabilities: theoretical approaches and practical applications (SIG Knowledge & Learning Management): Dynamic Capabilities (1 & 2)
The Best Things in Life Are Cheap and Simple: How Organisations Are Managing Their Knowledge (SIG Knowledge & Learning Management): Knowledge Management in Organizations: Do Size and Culture Matter?; New Technologies and Learning Methodologies

2012
Knowledge & Learning (SIG General Track): SIG Knowledge & Learning Pre-conference; SIG Knowledge & Learning Plenary I; Knowledge and Learning: Integration; Knowledge and Learning: Processes and Absorption; Knowledge and Learning: Mixed Issues; SIG Knowledge & Learning Plenary II; Knowledge and Learning: Specific Contexts; Knowledge and Learning: Psychological Perspectives
Dynamic capabilities: theoretical approaches and practical applications (SIG Knowledge & Learning Management): Coping with an Information Super Rich World; Managing learning and Knowledge: The Cultural Imperative; Dynamic Capabilities in SMEs; Dynamic Capabilities in Complex Environments

2011
Knowledge & Learning Management (SIG General Track)
Dynamic capabilities: theoretical approaches and practical applications (SIG Knowledge & Learning Management)
Organizational ambidexterity: extending theory with qualitative approaches (SIG Knowledge & Learning Management)
Absorptive capacity: organizational learning concepts beyond established debates (SIG Knowledge & Learning Management)
Collaborative networks and knowledge sharing in open innovation environments (SIG: INNOVATION)
Organizing creativity for innovation: Multidisciplinary perspectives, theories, and practices (SIG: INNOVATION)

2010
Rethinking the Strategic Imperative of Organizational Learning Practices – Absorptive Capacity from a Process and Network Perspective (SIG: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT)
ICT enabling Collaboration, Innovation and Knowledge Sharing: emerging “open” phenomena, organizational models and technological tools (SIG: INNOVATION)
Organizing creativity for innovation: Multidisciplinary perspectives, theories, and practices (SIG: INNOVATION)

Past Development Working Groups of interest:

  • 2016
    Non-linear organizational learning

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