BAM Doctoral Writing Workshop (Joint LLD and OTCD SIG Event), 27 Nov
October 25, 2017
Joint LLD and OTCD SIG Event – “Doctoral Writing Workshop” is taking place on Monday 27th November 2017 from 10.00 – 16.00 at The Work Foundation, 21 Palmer St, Westminster, London SW1H 0AD.
The LLD and OTCD SIGs are pleased to offer a research-focused Doctoral Writing Workshop for students at all stages of their doctoral career. Submissions are invited from members of both the Special Interest Groups, and the event is also open to other BAM members, subject to space being available.
The first part of the workshop offers input from experienced academics who will share their experiences of reviewing for conferences and journals. Topics will include structuring introductions for maximum impact, clearly establishing your theoretical contribution, and how to structure a case study in paper/journal writing.
The second part of the workshop is designed to create a learning space for doctoral students, including those who are in the early stages of their PhD programme, to engage with experienced academics on how to prepare conference papers and publish them in high quality academic journals, as well as on more general issues of academic writing.
There are two strands to this part of the workshop: Firstly, the workshop will provide detailed feedback to doctoral students who are in the process of preparing their papers for the BAM Conference 2018. Secondly, the workshop will offer guidance and support to doctoral students at an earlier stage in their studies, or who are having difficulties with the writing process.
Who Should Attend
Doctoral students and early career academics working in the areas of leadership, leadership development, organisational transformation, change and development.
- BAM Members – £10
- Non-BAM Members – £20
Date: Monday 27th November 2017
Time: 10.00 – 16.00
Location: The Work Foundation, 21 Palmer St, Westminster, London SW1H 0AD
- Dr Marian Iszatt-White (Lancaster University)
- Professor Ashley Braganza (Brunel University London)
- Dr Murray Clark (Sheffield Hallam University)
Paper Submission Details:
Please submit your developmental paper/issue summary by 5pm on November 6th, 2017 to [email protected]
- Strand 1: paper development: This strand will be open to a maximum of 16 doctoral students, who will need to submit a developmental paper of 500-750 words in order to gain a workshop place.
- Strand 2: writing issues. This strand is open to a maximum of 24 doctoral students and early career academics, who will need to submit a 500-750 word summary of their writing to date and the issues they wish to bring to the workshop.
Please include full contact details, together with an indication of your current status (e.g. year of study, full or part time), and the background to your submission (e.g. conference paper, journal paper, thesis chapter, general writing issues)
For specific information about this event please contact:
Workshop facilitator: Dr Marian Iszatt-White – [email protected]
For general enquiries please contact Michael Fong at the BAM Office on +44(0)2073837770, or at [email protected]