Student Bursary Awards:
The IACCM-IÉSEG 2019 Conference Committee is glad to announce that a limited number of bursaries are available to students in the early stages of their career who do not have support available from their employer or a research grant to attend major conferences in the Cross-Cultural field.
The bursary awards are for students and early career scholars who have submissions accepted for presentation at the IACCM-IÉSEG 2019 Conference.
➤ Further information can be found in the following document.
- Application deadline: June 10, 2019
- Notification of the conference committee´s decision: June 25, 2019
- Registration deadline: July 30, 2019
Contact Dr. Barbara Covarrubias Venegas ➤ email@example.com
We are happy to announce that our professor council is composed of four international scholars from Italy, Belgium, England and the Netherlands
Professor Yochanan Altman is an applied social-industrial psychologist and organizational anthropologist with particular interest in cross-cultural managerial issues.
Formerly Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Managerial Psychology (Emerald) and Founding Editor of the Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion (Routledge), he is currently Editor-in-Chief of European Management Review (Wiley), the flagship journal of the European Academy of Management.
Recently, in the context of rising Antisemitism worldwide, Professor Altman has embarked on exploring this issue in the European organizational context.
Professor Chiara Cannavale is Head of Studies of BBA and MSc in Management, at the Department of Management and Quantitative Studies of the Università Parthenope (Naples), where she is also chair of Cross-Cultural management and International Management.
President of the International Association of Cross-Cultural management and Competence, and member of the Editorial Board of the European Journal of Cross-Cultural management and Competence, she focuses her research on the impact of country culture on the internationalization process of firms, and on the development of entrepreneurship, with a particular focus on emerging and transition markets, and specifically on the Islamic countries of Middle East and South Mediterranean Countries. She is author of many publications on the topics, both papers published in international journals and books in Italian and English.
Member of the Academy of Management and of the Academy of International Business, she is often abroad for conferences and visiting period, mostly in France and Morocco.
Professor Slawomir Jan Magala taught cross-cultural management at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands (1985-2015), management and social communication at the Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland (2016-2018) and is currently teaching “From dictatorship of science to democracy of knowledge” at the Faculty of Management, Warsaw University, Poland (2019-).
He wrote “Class Struggle in Classless Poland”(South End Press, 1982, under the penname of Stanislaw Starski), “The polish Student Theatre as an Element of Counterculture” (MAW Publishers, 1988, in Polish), “Cross Cultural Management” (Routledge, 2005), “The Management of Meaning in Organizations”(Emerald, 2009), translated Whitehead, Barth, Mailer and Sontag into Polish and encouraged graduate students to follow his “Machiavelli and von Clausewitz for Managers”, “Culture Vultures”, or ”Identity in Work and Society”.
Since 2004 he is the editor-in-chief of Journal of Organizational Change Management. Married to Joanna Ramlau, son Jacek and daughter Magdalena. Described as a generalist with a cause.
Professor Marie-Thérèse Claes, PhD, is professor of cross-cultural management at Louvain School of Management, University of Louvain, and at AIT (Asian Institute of Technology) in Thailand. In addition, she holds guest professorships at several other universities in Europe, Asia, and the United States of America, and has been Dean of the Faculty of Business at the Asian University Thailand.
Marie-Thérèse is also consultant and coach for relocation, diversity management, and global leadership. She is a former president of the Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR Europa), and the European Women’s Management Development International Network (EWMD), a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and a Fulbright and a Japan Foundation alumna.
Getting published in high impact journals: Writing and targeting strategies for doctoral students
Writing for academic journals is highly competitive. Even if you overcome the first hurdle and generate a valuable idea or piece of research – how do you then sum it up and write it in a way that will capture the interest of reviewers? This workshop will present suggestions on 1. identifying journals best suited for publishing your research, 2. writing for particular journals, 3. handling reviews, and 4. developing a sustainable writing practice. The workshop will enable you to experiment with writing, reviewing, and to reflect on the kind of writing practices that may work best for you. Throughout the interactive session, the presenters will share their experience and advice, as well as answering the questions you may have.
Catherine Demangeot is Associate Professor in Marketing at IÉSEG School of Management in Paris, where she is also the co-ordinator of one of its centres of excellence, ICIE (IÉSEG Center for Intercultural Engagement). Her main research interests lie in understanding how people interact with their environments – physical, virtual or (multi-)cultural, and in the strategies that emerge, over time, from these interactions. More specifically, she is interested in discovering and studying the behaviours and strategies that facilitate consumer coping and empowerment and the conditions that enable multicultural conviviality. Her current projects include work on multicultural environments (conceptualising organisational multicultural competence, consumer multicultural adaptiveness); and virtual environments (consumer participation and collective knowledge creation in virtual communities). She is particularly interested in discovering and studying the behaviours and strategies that facilitate consumer coping and empowerment and some of her research is within the transformative consumer research stream.
Her research has been published in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, the Journal of Business Research, Psychology & Marketing, Consumption, Markets & Culture, Marketing Theory, and other international publications.
Prior to academia, Catherine had a ‘first life’ in book publishing in London and Dubai, where she lived for 23 years. During her tenure at Strathclyde University, she taught executive MBA students in 10 locations in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Her teaching leverages the multiple cultural perspectives present in all her marketing classes.
Panel Discussion: Publish or perish? Exploring new paradigms for impactful research
Reseach policies in various contries highlight the importance of wider impact of research. Impact, which can be defined as « an effect on, change or benefit to the economy, society, culture, public policy or services, health, the environment or quality of life, beyond academia » (Research Excellence Framework, UK) has become increasingly important in setting research directions and providing support. This panel of experts composed of professors from different universities will discuss this controversial topic and illustrate different approaches on how their research impacts organisations and what strategies they apply to receive attention from practitioners.