Glasgow, 21-24 June 2017
“The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance”
With our theme “Managing Knowledge: Making Knowledge Work”, EURAM – European Academy of Management invite you to participate in debate about how we can use and develop our knowledge better so that solving problems and dealing with issues can become more effective.
How many problems could be solved if we knew how to manage ourselves? In this increasingly interconnected world where people, goods, and services flow unimpeded, and with information technology making us more understanding of each other, complex problems seem intractable. Creating and transferring more and better knowledge, within and between organizations, countries, and regions is a key component for strategic health. Hence, managing our knowledge capability becomes a necessary objective.
Solving such problems and dealing with issues effectively benefits from making what we know relevant to a variety of contexts. Whether it is about policy, strategy, innovation, work, or entrepreneurship, it is unlikely that universally applicable solutions exist. This is particularly fitting for management and organization in a European context, where there is unity in diversity, and where variety is an considerable strength. As Drucker points out, “Knowledge has to be improved, challenged and constantly increased, or it vanishes”. Managing knowledge requires knowledge and knowledge management does not exist without knowledgeable people. Such managerial knowledge has to inform people about how to accommodate contradiction and conflict, how to search for commonalities and compromise, and how to realize success for many. When managerial knowledge allows us to manage knowledge in this way, we have made knowledge work and people knowledgeable!
Hosted by Strathclyde Business School in Glasgow, the 2017 EURAM Conference is the ideal place for exploring and discussing managerial knowledge for the purpose of managing knowledge. It is through the exchange of scholarly knowledge between scholars and our dialogue on its practical application, that we further our understanding and academic impact. The conference will provide the opportunity for a lively exchange of views and so to enhance our ability to organize and manage ourselves.
- SIG 01: BUSINESS FOR SOCIETY (B4S);
- SIG 02: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE (COGO);
- SIG 03: ENTREPRENEURSHIP (ENT);
- SIG 04: FAMILY BUSINESS RESEARCH (FABR);
- SIG 05: GENDER, RACE AND DIVERSITY IN ORGANISATIONS (GRDO);
- SIG 06: INNOVATION (INNO);
- SIG 07: INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT (IM);
- SIG 08: MANAGING SPORT (SPORT);
- SIG 09: ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (OB);
- SIG 10: PROJECT ORGANISING (PO);
- SIG 11: PUBLIC MANAGEMENT AND NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT (PM&NPM);
- SIG 12: RESEARCH METHODS AND RESEARCH PRACTICE (RM&RP);
- SIG 13: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (SM);
- TRACKS SPONSORED BY THE 2017 LOCAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE;
Deadlines and key dates:
Harry Sminia, Conference Chair, Professor of Strategic Management, University of Strathclyde Business School, email@example.com
Find more information here.