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The ANZAM Conference Program includes Research Symposia and Workshops focused on professional development topics to increase the value of the Conference for participants.
Please see below information about the different Workshops, which have been confirmed or accepted to take place at the 2019 ANZAM Conference*.


*Please note that Workshops, which have been accepted, are still subject to change (they are dependent upon facilitators’ registration for the Conference). Workshops, which are confirmed, on the other hand, are already confirmed to take place at the Conference.


Take Your Lead with the Journal of Management & Organization: Making Our Work Intellectually and Societally Impactful (confirmed)
Presented by: A/Prof. Tui McKeown and Prof. Brad Jackson

Academic Activism: The enduring legacy of Indigenous management scholarship (confirmed)

Presented by: Dr. Diane Ruwhiu; Mr. Mark Jones; and Prof. Mark Rose


My Brilliant Career: Building an academic career in the 21st century (confirmed)
Presented by: Prof. Peter Holland and Prof. Ruth McPhail


Emotions and Cognitions in the Rough – Project/Paper Development Workshop (confirmed)
Presented by: A/Prof. Herman Tse, Prof. Neal Ashkanasy, Prof. Peter Jordan, Prof. Kevin Lowe and Prof. Ashlea Troth


Opening up publishing for early career researchers (confirmed)
Presented by: Prof. Sarah Robinson


Teaching Teamwork Skills and Knowledge to First-Year Undergraduate Students (confirmed)
Presented by: Dr. Elizabeth Nichols and Dr. Marissa Edwards


Establishing and contributing to large research projects (confirmed)
Presented by: Dr. Geoff Plimmer, Prof. Melanie Bryant and A/Prof. Sara Walton


Scholarship among Casual Academics: Understanding and implementing the TEQSA requirements (confirmed)
Presented by: Dr. Geoff Chapman, Prof. Santina Bertone, Dr. Steffi Macht, Dr. Ritesh Chugh, A/Prof. Julie Fleming, Ms. Maree Franettovich and Mr. Tim Whan


How to write research methods papers for publication (confirmed)
Presented by: A/Prof. Tine Köhler, Prof. Bill Harley, Ms. Zitong Sheng and Dr. Paula O’Kane


Developing Indigenous Quantitative Research: Voices from Australia and New Zealand (confirmed)
Presented by: Dr. Ella Henry; Prof. Maggie Walter; Assoc. Prof. Carla Houkamau; and Dr. Rachel Wolfgramm


Social innovation in the classroom, a transformative learning experience? (confirmed)
Presented by: Dr. Tobias Andreasson


High Engagement and Student Focussed: Block Model Delivery of an Introduction to Management Unit of Study (confirmed)
Presented by: Mr. Alan McWilliams


Best Practice Recommendations for Studying Moderating Effects in Organizational Behavior Research (confirmed)
Presented by: Prof. Gordon Cheung


Design Thinking – Reversed Engineered! (confirmed)
Presented by: Dr. Rose Kling


Editor Perspectives on the Craft of Peer Review (confirmed)
Presented by: Prof. Kevin Lowe (with senior editors from various journals, incl. The Leadership Quarterly, Leadership, Management Learning, Australian Journal of Management, Journal of Management & Organization, Journal of Organizational Behaviour, European Management Journal)


Social Media for academics: Building networks and communicating research online (confirmed)
Presented by: Ms. Helen Taylor