William M. FOSTER-University of Alberta, Professor & Editor Academy of Management Learning & Education, Phone: (780) 679-1166, email@example.com
Gabrielle DUREPOS-Mount Saint Vincent University, Associate Professor & Associate Editor-Academy of Management Learning and Education, Phone: (902) 457-6230, firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert WRIGHT-The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Associate Professor and Editorial Board Member-Academy of Management Learning and Education Phone: (852) 2766, email@example.com
The goal of the PDW is to provide authors with guidance and expertise of the AMLE editorial team as to how they can best develop English language papers for publication in journals that pertain to management learning, management education, and the scholarship of management and business schools. Papers will be solicited and read in advance by facilitators who are experienced editors and reviewers in the field. This part of the session will be spent providing specific guidance to improve the author's manuscript and prepare it for submission to a prestigious management education journal.
Content of the Workshop
The workshop will consist of roundtable discussions of author papers. Authors will receive feedback and suggestions from members of the current AMLE Editorial Team and Editorial Board Members about how they can best shape and develop their papers for publication. The discussion will focus on providing authors with practical and developmental feedback aimed at strengthening and improving their papers.
The workshop is open to anyone who is willing to share and discuss their paper that pertains to management learning, management education, and the scholarship of business and management programs.
- Have an English language paper at a complete draft stage that you would like to improve through constructive critique from the editorial team of Academy of Management Learning & Education.
- Agree to your paper being discussed in a small group with other participants, as arranged by the workshop facilitators. (Your paper may be grouped by research approach or theme to allow the most useful discussion.)
- Provide a short (5 minute maximum) overview of your paper to others in the discussion group.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or inquiries. Extended abstracts/draft manuscripts should be between 10 and 25 pages (references and tables not included), written in English, and address topics related to: to management learning, management education and the scholarship of management and business schools.
Space is limited so for best consideration, please submit before the deadline.
Before you submit your extended abstract please make sure that your extended abstract is appropriate for AMLE by reading AMLE's Information for Contributors and Information for Reviewers.