27th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference

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Call for Papers and Workshops
Submission date: 1 July 2013 PAPERS – Theoretical or empirical papers, literature reviews, management education issues, and case studies are invited. Maximum 12 pages in length. All papers submitted will be refereed using a double blind peer review process. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Papers must not have been previously published or presented. The Conference program will include full papers and interactive papers. Submission style guides can be downloaded from the Conference website: www.anzamconference.org/ call-for-submissions/ Presenters of full papers will have 15 minute timeslots, plus 5 minutes for discussion. WORKSHOPS – Workshops and research symposia are invited and will have 90 minute timeslots. Presenters of workshops should submit an abstract outlining the topic and relevant issues using the template on the Conference website.

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On behalf of the University of Tasmania, it is with pleasure that I invite your participation in the 27th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, to be held in Hobart from 4–6 December 2013.
This year, the Conference theme is: Managing on the Edge. As management academics and professionals, we have to be ready to stand at the edge of our discipline and be open to, and engage in, new ideas. Managing on the Edge is about taking what we do in management that extra step. It is about being prepared to try new things, to experiment, to be different, and, dare we say it, to look beyond the precipice! Tasmania is the ideal place for a Managing on the Edge ANZAM Conference. We are on the edge in many ways. As Australia’s island state, we are certainly on the edge geographically. We are also on the cutting edge of politics and public policy; we have a vibrant intellectual and creative culture, and we indulge in some of the best in innovative cuisine. Join us for the 2013 ANZAM Conference in Hobart. Come and enjoy our food culture, our wine and epicurean delights; tour the iconic MONA; explore our harbour city, and visit our magnificent World Heritage listed wilderness. And, of course, submit a paper or workshop proposal and come for a stimulating and enjoyable conference where you can share your research, hear new ideas and be on the edge! I look forward to seeing you in Hobart, Tasmania in December 2013. Associate Professor Martin Grimmer ANZAM 2013 Conference Chair

Conference Streams
Papers are invited for the ANZAM 2013 Conference across the following Streams: • Conference Theme: Managing on the Edge •C  ritical Management Studies •E  ntrepreneurship, Small Business and Family Enterprise • Gender, Diversity and Indigeneity • Human Resource Management • International Management • Leadership and Governance •M  anagement Education and Development • Marketing and Communication • Organisational Behaviour •O  rganisational Change and Development •H  ealth, Public Sector and Not-ForProfit •S  trategic Management •S  ustainability and Social Issues in Management • Technology, Innovation and Supply Chain Management

Note to Authors
At least one author for each paper that is accepted for presentation at the Conference is expected to register and pay, by 14 October, and to present the paper. All costs to attend the Conference, including the registration fee, must be met by presenters.

HOTEL GRAND CHANCELLOR

4– 6 December 2013

Key Dates for Authors
1 July Submission of papers and proposals 9 September Notification of acceptance 14 October Final paper revision deadline; registration deadline for authors

Hobart, Tasmania

Grimmer@ utas. pubs.org A trade exhibition featuring new and innovative publications and products will be a key feature of the Conference. bars. Social Program A conference is not complete without the opportunity to socialise and network. enjoy a coffee and take in the atmosphere. Salamanca Place and Battery Point. dotted with places to eat. The location provides trouble-free access via public and private transportation. Many entertainment and cultural attractions are central and compact so everything is easily accessible by foot. drink. A ‘happy hour’ drinks for delegates and guests will conclude the Conference. Please see the Conference website for things to do while in Hobart and Tasmania. Trade Exhibition and Sponsorship Opportunities Further Information Academic program enquiries should be directed to: Associate Professor Martin Grimmer ANZAM 2013 Conference Chair Faculty of Business. and surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. dominated by Mt Wellington. Hobart has integrated the original charm of the 1800’s with contemporary architecture and modern cosmopolitan culture. Deakin West. CANBERRA 2600 Tel + 61 2 6285 3000 Fax + 61 2 6285 3001 Email anzam@ con-sol. Mountains extend from the sea and surround the city. The ANZAM 2013 Conference will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor. You may like to take the opportunity to extend your visit and explore Tasmania further. Warehouses and wharves span the waterfront.au All other enquiries should be directed to the conference organisers: Conference Solutions PO Box 238. located right on Hobart’s historic waterfront.edu. University of Tasmania Email Martin. and has the added benefit of being near a range of other accommodation options. museums.anzamconference. and featuring some of the best views in the city.Host City and Venue Located in the south-eastern pocket of the state of Tasmania. with the popular Salamanca Market. which serves as a spectacular back-drop to the historical cottages of the city. theatres and plenty of shops. Hobart is a laid-back city. and feature awards and Hobart’s best cover band. Hobart is Australia’s second oldest city and southern-most capital.com Conference website www. and to have a break from the academic program. A wonderful blend of historic and new. It is easy walking distance to the city centre. The Welcome Reception will be held at Government House. . The Conference Dinner will be at the Conference venue. but amongst old facades you find a hive of activity. Other opportunities will be provided for organisations that wish to take advantage of the exposure to delegates. hosted by His Excellency the Honourable Peter Underwood AC.

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