AMLE Paper Development Workshop, United Kingdom
Brighton , United Kingdom
Registration, submission of an extended abstract, and commitment to attend is required for all participants. Submission deadline: 10 March 2023
In-person workshop hosted by University of Sussex Business School
31 March 2023, 12:30-15:00
Paul Hibbert: Editor-in-Chief, Academy of Management Learning & Education
Purpose and Agenda
AMLE is rated as 4* in the UK CABS list and A* in the Australian Business Deans’ Council list of journals. The journal’s main emphasis is on theoretical debates about management learning and education in all types of settings – schools and universities as well as businesses and public and non-profit organizations. Additionally, AMLE publishes work that addresses critical theoretical debates about “the business of business schools,”including the careers of management educators.
This workshop has two main parts. Part 1 comprises a general introduction to AMLE, touching on its overlaps with other key journals in the field. The main focus is on writing manuscripts for the research article and essay sections of the journal. This first part of the workshop is open to all interested participants. Part 2 is focused on supporting and advising researchers, with current work-in-progress, how to develop and refine their papers with submission to AMLE in mind. Those wishing to participate in part two should note the requirements listed below.
Part 1 Workshop Schedule (no preparation required)
12:00 – 12:30 Arrival and lunch
12:30 – 13:30 AMLE overview, advice on research article and essay writing, and Q&A
Submission deadline: 10 March 2023
Part 2 Workshop Schedule (preparation required)
13:30 – 15:00 Small group discussion of submissions, with individual advice from the facilitator
Part 2 Requirements
- Have either an extended abstract (5 pages) or a full paper that you would like to develop through constructive critique, that fits with AMLE’s focus and content areas.
- Send the submission in Word or PDF format, no later than 10 March 2023, to email@example.com. Your submission must have a cover page that includes: the author name(s) and affiliation(s); three-four keywords; and an email address for the lead author. An abstract of up to 200 words should be provided on the first page of the paper. If you are sending an extended abstract, include a very brief plan for developing the full paper at the end of your text.
- Agree to your paper being discussed in a small group with other participants, as arranged by the workshop facilitators, and be willing and able to provide a short (5-minute maximum) overview of your paper to others in the discussion group.
- Commit to attending the whole workshop – including Part 1 – if your submission is accepted.
You can still attend and participate if you do not have work to discuss in Part 2. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm. As with paper submissions, let us know by 10 March 2023 if you wish to register without submitting work for Part 2.