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Recent News (updated September 2014)

2014 AOM Meeting Business Meeting

Election Results

Program chair: Robert Christensen, University of Georgia

Membership committee member: Carol Brunt, University of Manchester

Chair, Best Article Award Committee: Kaifeng Yang, Florida State University

Chair, Best Book Award Committee: Amy E. Smith: UMass, Boston

Chair, Best Dissertation Award Committee: Jill Nicholson-Crotty, Indiana University

Congratulations!

Thanks Avner for your help in the elections! 

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Positions Available

 

Blavatnik School of Government in association with Green Templeton College

Associate Professorship (Or Professorship) in Public Policy (Public Management and Administration)

An accomplished scholar and brilliant teacher of public policy and public management and administration is required to contribute to the development and delivery of the Blavatnik School’s academic programme.

You will have a doctorate and outstanding applied research in public management and administration, including peer-reviewed publications and competitively awarded research grants. You will join a team of scholars delivering an innovative and exciting Master in Public Policy, supervising graduates, and conducting original research.

The post is associated with a non-stipendiary fellowship at Green Templeton College and is available from April 2015.

For more details, including information on how to apply, please see the Blavatnik School of Government website at: http://www.bsg.ox.ac.uk/about/jobs

The closing date for this post is 12 noon (UK time) on 20 October 2014.

Dr Thomas Elston
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Blavatnik School of Government
University of Oxford

Email: thomas.elston@bsg.ac.uk 
Tel: 01865 614 377
Website: http://www.bsg.ox.ac.uk/people/thomas-elston 

 

 

Greetings all,

The Public Administration Department at North Carolina State University is excited to announce that we are recruiting for two tenure-track faculty positions to begin in Fall 2015.  One position seeks an energetic scholar at the rank of assistant professor who is able to contribute research and teaching the area of Nonprofit Leadership and Management.  The second position is for a tenure-track assistant professor whose research and teaching interests are in  the areas of public budgeting and/or financial management.     We are particularly interested in candidates who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for students from underrepresented groups.

North Carolina State University’s Department of Public Administration is home to both an MPA and a doctoral program in public administration.   NC State is located in Raleigh, NC which has been identified as one of the best places to live and work by Forbes magazine (http://www.forbes.com/best-places-for-business/list/)  and BusinessWeek (http://www.businessweek.com/lifestyle/which-is-americas-best-city-09202011.html). 

For more information, please click here: position 1; position 2.

Best,
Branda

Branda Nowell, Ph.D.
Associate Professor – Public Administration
School of Public and International Affairs
North Carolina State University

 

 

Dear All,

I am pleased to inform you that the Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management at Bocconi University, Milan (Italy) opens a position of Assistant Professor in Public Administration, Public Management, Public Administration and Management, Public Policy and Management, Policy Analysis and Management (Italian classification of scientific field: 13/B1 – Economia aziendale ), starting from March 1st, 2015.

Contracts will run for up to three years, with the possibility of an extension period of 2 years and then subject to renewal for three years (“tenure track”: 3+2+3).

Applicants must be fluent in English. Other languages knowledge is welcome. Knowledge of Italian is not required.

Commitments include research, teaching and service to the University. As the appointed candidate is expected to publish in international refereed journals, priority will be given to applicants with research portfolios that are international in scope.

Applicants should have (or be close to completion) a Ph.D. in the fields above mentioned or equivalents, accordingly to different University systems, and should have demonstrated high potential in research and teaching.

Compensation and teaching load are competitive with other top European academic institutions.
Applications must be submitted on line at the following address:
www.unibocconi.eu/jobmarket

Applicants who want to be interviewed during the 2014 AoM Conference in Philadelphia, PA, USA (August 1 – 5, 2014) must send their applications by June 30, 2014. Only applications received by that date will be considered for the AoM Conference. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews. Further applications will be considered if submitted with the same online procedure until October 15th, 2014 and selected candidates will be interviewed during the main conferences in the field (IRSPM, AOM, EGPA, EIASM, CIGAR, EURAM) or by other means.

For further information, please contact Prof. Elio Borgonovi (elio.borgonovi@unibocconi.it; Telephone: 0039-02-58366113) and Prof. Ileana Steccolini (ileana.steccolini@unibocconi.it;
Telephone:0039-02-58362087 ) or visit http://www.unibocconi.it/

AoM 2013 News

If you missed the AoM PNP Business Meeting in Florida, please access our presentation

here.

Thanks to everyone that participated in voting on our new consitution!  We will be discussing this more at the meeting.  You can download a copy here.

Upcoming Conferences and workshops

 

Dear Colleagues,

We invite you to attend the BAM-SIG Public Management and Governance Workshop on “The Role of Health Care Professionals in Health Service Innovation” (http://www.bam.ac.uk/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=2837​). The purpose of this workshop is to discuss emerging managerial issues related to the role of health care professionals in delivering health service innovation programmes.

The workshop will be held in BAM office in London (UK) on Fri 24th October 2014. There will be panel sessions plus round table discussions with participants. 

More information and a preliminary programme can also be found on the workshop webpage (http://ict4healthresearch.blogspot.co.uk/p/events.html). Please forward this invitation to any colleagues who might be interested in the workshop.

If you wish to reserve a place at this session, please contact Roberta Bernardi (email: Roberta.Bernardi@rhul.ac.uk).

Places are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment! 

With kind regards,

Roberta Bernardi and Mark Exworthy​​​​

Dr Roberta Bernardi
Lecturer in Information Systems
School of Management
Royal Holloway, University of London
TW20 0EX Egham
United Kingdom
Telephone: 01784 276436
Web page: http://pure.rhul.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/roberta-bernardi(330d06ef-cd98-4278-9b70-ed583e929fe8).html

Twitter: @robyjaxx 

 

Sustainable Canada Dialogues - People's Climate Forums at Universities Across Canada - Welcome to Toronto!

I would like to announce a new Canadian organization for academics that originates out of McGill University and that is inclusive of universities across Canada. We are developing a Canadian academic consensus on solutions for climate change. The following excerpts from our concept note explain the initiative.

Sustainable Canada Dialogues (SCD) aims to propose a range of science-based and viable policy options that could motivate change to help Canada in the necessary transition to more sustainable development. Through the mobilization of scientific expertise the initiative targets the identification of positive solutions to overcome obstacles to sustainability.

The recognition that the well-being of the Earth’s ecological systems is indispensable to human well-being has grown among scientific communities, and society in general. The time has come to focus on possible solutions to stimulate change and act upon threats to these systems.

Canada is currently building a sustainability deficit in comparison with other developed societies that have been more proactive in addressing environmental issues. In light of the upcoming Federal election and the Paris International Climate Conference, the year 2015 offers a historic opportunity for Canada to reorient its trajectory and to join the transition to sustainability. The Sustainable Canada Dialogues is our effort to meet this challenge.

Activities of the Sustainable Canada Dialogues include:

(1) Mobilizing scholarly expertise: The SCD mobilizes over 50 Canadian scholars of a wide range of expertise, from engineers to sociologists, to identify sustainability solutions, taking into account biodiversity protection, freshwater quality, climate change mitigation and social justice. A solutions blueprint will be published in the March/April issue 2015 of Alternatives Journal (http://www.alternativesjournal.ca/).

(2) Fostering public discussion: Using “visioning” to encourage reflection on the future and what will be left to the next generation. Canadians hopes for the future will be articulated, and will help to verify that proposed solutions coincide with the desires of Canadians.

(3) Communicating solutions of sustainable development: Reaching outside of the academic sphere through public outreach to contribute to the important debate on future development of Canada. SCD scholars aim to discuss and incite action with government and policy-makers, media, NGO’s and the public through a variety of public events.

The Sustainable Canada Dialogues is being developed through the support of the McGill-UNESCO Chair Dialogues on Sustainability, and of the Trottier Institute for Science and Public Policy.

Coordinator: Prof. Catherine Potvin (McGill University)
Facebook: Dialogues on Sustainability
Twitter: dialogSustainab / #dialogSustainab
Email: dialogue.biology@mcgill.ca

We are running events across the country at universities to announce the "coming out" of Sustainable Canada Dialogues. As I am one of the organizers for the Ontario event, occurring in Toronto at Ryerson University, I would like to invite all Academy of Management scholars who are concerned about climate change, as we are, to join us. We have limited seating available so, sign up soon at the link below that also provides event information:
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/peoples-climate-forum-toronto-tickets-12844124121
As we have more confirmed information, we will also add it to this registration site, so stay tuned!

Deborah de Lange, BASc (Electrical Engineering), CPA, CMA, MBA, PhD
Assistant Professor, Global Management Studies
Business Strategy Advisor for the Centre for Urban Energy http://www.cue.ryerson.ca/
Business Strategy Advisor for the Digital Media Zone 
http://digitalmediazone.ryerson.ca/about/advisors/
Business Strategy Advisor for the Fashion Zone http://www.fashionzone.ca/#nav-home
Ted Rogers School of Management, TRS1-123
Ryerson University
55 Dundas St. West
Toronto, Ontario
M5G 2C5
Tel. (416) 979-5000 x 7504
Follow us on Twitter @TRSM

Dear Colleagues,

We invite you to attend the BAM-SIG Public Management and Governance Workshop on “The Role of Health Care Professionals in Health Service Innovation”. The purpose of this workshop is to discuss emerging managerial issues related to the role of health care professionals in delivering health service innovation programmes.

The workshop will be held in BAM office in London (UK) on Fri 24th October 2014. There will be panel sessions plus round table discussions with participants. 

More information and a preliminary programme can be found on the workshop webpage (http://ict4healthresearch.blogspot.co.uk/p/events.html). Please forward this invitation to any colleagues who might be interested in the workshop.

If you wish to reserve a place at this session, please contact Roberta Bernardi (email: Roberta.Bernardi@rhul.ac.uk).

Places are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment! 

With kind regards,

Roberta Bernardi and Mark Exworthy​​​

Dr Roberta Bernardi
Lecturer in Information Systems
School of Management
Royal Holloway, University of London
TW20 0EX Egham
United Kingdom
Telephone: 01784 276436
Web page: http://pure.rhul.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/roberta-bernardi(330d06ef-cd98-4278-9b70-ed583e929fe8).html
Blog: http://ict4healthresearch.blogspot.co.uk 

Twitter: @robyjaxx 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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