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We will be running an INSNA/Sunbelt online workshop on Wednesday, July 1, 9am - 12:00 pm EDT (2-5pm UK time).
The workshop is designed to provide PhD students and junior faculty with the opportunity to discuss their organizational network research in an informal and collegial setting with prominent organizational network scholars. To do so, the workshop is structured in two parts. First, a panel of senior researchers will share their experience and advice regarding developing high quality research and publishing in top journals. Second, based on their proposed research theory and methods, the junior scholars will be matched in groups of 3-4 with a more senior scholar with similar research interests. We particularly encourage junior scholars working in the following areas to attend the workshop: innovation, entrepreneurship, HRM, organizational behavior, organization and management theory, organizational change, leadership, negative ties, gender and diversity. At the session, the senior scholars will discuss research proposals submitted prior to the workshop by the junior scholars, providing insights and suggestions for improving their research. The intent is for authors to receive actionable feedback that can then be incorporated into their papers.
The workshop will be delivered by The Exeter Centre for Social Networks (Andrew Parker, Alessandro Lomi, Alexandra Gerbasi, Cecile Emery, Jesse Fagan, Jessica Methot, Jill Perry-Smith, Joe Labianca, Leroy White, Lorien Jasny, Peter Dahlin, and Stefano Taselli).
Please note that the workshop is limited to 20 participants.
If you have questions please email Andrew Parker: [log in to unmask]
Professor of Business
Director of Exeter Centre for Social Networks (ECSN)
University of Exeter Business School
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Streatham Court, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4PU, UK
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