The 2021 ANZAM Conference will be hosted by Edith Cowan University. This year we bring you an exciting virtual conference format with all of your favourite activities, and face-to-face keynotes across the regions leading up to the main event.
The Conference will start on Wednesday morning, 1 December and will conclude on Thursday, 2 December.
Our theme is “Bouncing Back: Innovative Management in Turbulent Times”, which speaks to the challenges of moving forward in today’s rapidly-changing business environment; reinventing how we can best navigate volatile and uncertain contexts, while staying mindful of the impact that our actions have on the future—the future of work, sustainability, and well-being.
On behalf of ANZAM and your next host, Edith Cowan University, we invite you to join us online to spark a renaissance of bold new management scholarship that can begin to restructure our relationship to life, to the planet, and to our work.
With an engaging on-demand virtual conference experience, enjoy getting together like never before at ANZAM 2021.
|Paper Submission Opens||Monday 19 April 2021|
|Registration Opens||Monday 19 April 2021|
|Paper Submission Closes||Sunday 11 July 2021|
|Paper Acceptance Notification||Sunday 29 August 2021|
|Deadline Revised Papers||Sunday 19 September 2021|
|Early Bird Registration Closes||Sunday 3 October 2021|
|Registration Deadline (for Presenting Authors)||Sunday 10 October 2021|
|Draft Program||Sunday 24 October 2021|
Wednesday 1 December
Thursday 2 December
The 2021 ANZAM Conference will be the Academy’s first ever carbon neutral conference. The ECU Sustainability Steering Committee is measuring the overall carbon footprint of the conference and offsetting our carbon emissions by planting trees and other sustainable carbon capturing measures.
Peter Galvin is a Professor of Strategic Management and the Director of the Master of Business Administration program in the School of Business and Law. Peter has won Faculty, University, and National level teaching awards, and has been an assessor for the Australian Learning and Teaching Council. He has published a number of textbooks and is an active researcher with publications in a wide variety of journals. His most recent work considers issues pertaining to the boundary of the firm, dynamic capabilities, and modular architectures. Between 2011 and 2014, Peter was the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Management & Organization. Peter has graduated over 20 doctoral students as lead supervisor.
Dr Andrei Lux is a Lecturer in Leadership and Course Coordinator (Management and International Business) at the School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University. Andrei’s research focuses on leadership and organizational behaviour, with interests in positive follower outcomes such as engagement, commitment, and satisfaction, as well as cross-cultural issues such as cognition and values. His current projects are about authentic leadership and implicit leadership theory. Andrei also serves as an Associate Editor at the Journal of Management & Organization, Director of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), and Stream Chair of Organizational Behaviour at the annual ANZAM Conference.