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Seminar Series

We are proud to host the Department of Management Seminar Series for 2017

Presenters include staff from the Department of Management and other faculties, as well as scholars visiting from other Universities.

Everyone is welcome!

Unless noted otherwise (*), all seminars will be held at 12.00 pm on Thursdays, in CO231. 

If you have any questions or require further information, please contact the Convenor:  Dr Nancy Blaker

Upcoming seminars

Thursday 9 November (12-1pm), Co.231
Presenter: Jason Wang (PhD candidate)
Topic: The effect of buyers' supply chain sustainability management on suppliers' stock returns

Monday 9 October* (1-2pm), Co219/220 (Commerce Boardroom)
Presenter: Daniel Sagath (Amsterdam Business Research Institute VU University, Netherlands
Topic: Institutional Logics, Entrepreneurship and Business Incubation Practices in the Highly Institutionalized European Space Sector

Friday 29 September (11.30 - 12.30pm), CO231
Presenter:  Iftikhar Alam (PhD confirmation)

Thursday 14 September (12-1pm), CO231
Presenter:  Adeel Akmal
Topic:  The Astute Researcher's Guide to Voice Recognition Tools for Transcribing Interviews: Comparative Analysis of Siri (Apple), Google, and Cortana (Microsoft).

Thursday 31 August (12-1pm), Commerce Boardroom;  CO:2.19/20.  Open to all.
Presenter: Professor Colin Mason.  Professor Mason is a J A Valentine Visiting Professor and being hosted by the Department of Management.
Topic:  Perspectives On Entrepreneurial Exits

Thursday 24 August (12-1pm), Commerce Boardroom; CO:2.19/20
Presenter: Regina Maniam (PhD candidate)
: Qualitative Comparative Analysis

Monday 21 August (12-1pm), Room CO231
Karishma Nagre (PhD confirmation)

Thursday 27 July (12-1pm), Room CO231
Presenter: Lincoln Wood
Topic: Caught when failing to meet environmental standards: The case of the automotive industry.

Thursday 13 July (12-1pm), Room CO231
Presenter: Ruth Mrabure (PhD candidate)
Topic: Indigenous Entrepreneurial Orientation:  Exploring Entrepreneurial Orientation with Māori Entrepreneurs

Tuesday 4 July (1.30pm - 2.30pm), Room CO23  (Note different day and time from standard.)
Presenter:  Associate Professor Keith Townsend from Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
Topic:  The AMO Model – too good to be true?
Abstract (PDF, 244kb)

Thursday 13 July (12 - 1pm), Room CO23
Presenter: PhD candidate Ruth Mrabure
Topic: Thesis presentation. Indigenous Entrepreneurial Orientation  
Abstract (PDF, 258kb)

Thursday 29 June (12-1pm), Room CO231
Presenter: Maja Graso
Workshop Seminar: Using Excel to decrease grading time and increase personalization of student feedback

Thursday 11 May (12-1pm), Room CO231
Presenters:  Beth Rose, Lincoln Wood, André Everett
Workshop:  How to get the best out of conferences (for postgraduate students)

Thursday 27 April (12-1pm), Room CO231
Presenters:  Richard Greatbanks, Paula O'Kane, Diane Ruwhiu
Workshop:  Preparing for your PhD oral exam

Thursday 30 March (12-1pm), Room CO231
Presenter:  TALC committee
Topic:  Innovation in teaching

Wednesday 15 March (12-1pm),  Room: Commerce level 2 boardroom
Presenter: Daniel Turban, Professor of Management and holder of the Emma S. Hibbs/Harry Gunnison Brown Chair of Business and Economics at the University of Missouri
Topic: Psychological Need Fulfillment and Work Energy. Abstract and short bio (PDF, 60kb)

Monday 27 February (12-1pm), Room: CO231
Presenter: Chet Miller. Chet is a William Evans Fellow and is visiting the Department of Accounting and Finance from the University of Houston.
Topic: He will talk about the new journal Academy of Management Discoveries and publishing strategies in general.

Previous years' seminars

View details of previous years' seminars (PDF, 136KB)