August 20, 2018
Paul Beamish has been recognized as one of the top 100 most influential Strategy authors and Jane Howell (Emeritus) has made the top 100 most influential General Management authors in an article that’s forthcoming in the Academy of Management Learning & Education. The article, A Pluralist Conceptualization of Scholarly Impact in Management Education: Students as Stakeholders, by H. Aguinis, R.S. Ramani, N.Alabduljader, J. Bailey and J. Lee, examines the most influential authors in organizational behavior (OB), human resource management (HRM), Strategy, and General Management as cited in textbooks.
This is excellent news for both Paul and Jane, congratulations to both!
On a Practical Note...
Case Funding - Sustainability
Have a potential case on Sustainability? Will it be registered with Ivey Publishing by July 31, 2019?
If the answer is yes to both of these questions, please apply for funding through the Case Writing Request form, clearly stating this is a sustainability case. Also touch base with Tima Bansal to ensure she agrees about the potential fit of the case.
There is an opportunity for one additional case to be funded through the Building Sustainable Value Centre/RBC Foundation funding in the current fiscal only.
SSHRC Insight Grants - UPDATED
Insight Grants support research excellence in the social sciences and humanities. Funding is available to both emerging and established scholars for long-term research initiatives.
Stream A: $7,000 to $100,000
2 to 5 years
|Deadlines:||Ivey: Application Review - Monday, September 17, 9am
Highly recommended: Draft application should include at minimum, the summary, 6-page detailed description, and the budget. Application feedback will be returned by Sept. 28.
Ivey: MANDATORY - Wednesday, October 3, 9am
(full application with ROLA submission)
Western RD&S: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5 (UPDATED)
Application (pdf version) by email
SSHRC: Monday, October 15, 2pm
Let Shelley Bellyou or Kathy Laid know by September 1st if you intend to apply for a SSHRC Insight Grant.
Research Tools and Instruments
NSERC will host webinars to assist the research community how to complete a Research Tools and Instruments (RTI) application using the Research Portal and the NSERC Canadian Common CV (CCV).
In order to prepare, NSERC encourages familiarization with the following documents:
• RTI program description which includes the Peer Review Manual (which will be updated shortly) and Frequently Asked Questions
• Instructions for Completing an RTI Application
The webinars will be held via Adobe Connect at the following times:
|How to complete an application||Thursday, August 30, 2018
Thursday, September 13, 2018
Note - our webinars have limited spaces. If you are unable to join, you can always connect to the teleconference and listen in while following the presentation.