Call for Papers
Administrative Sciences Association of Canada
Gender & Diversity Division54th annual conference
Montréal, Québec, Canada
July 2-5, 2011
Paper Submissions: due Feb. 1, 2011
The Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Gender & Diversity Division invites you to submit a paper or symposium proposal for its 54th annual conference.
Our conference theme, What Matters Most, invites you to reflect upon what is most important, relevant, and significant in your field, in your work as an academic, in organizations, and beyond. We encourage papers and symposia that consider, for example:
· What are the key findings, key theories, key challenges…. in your field? In organizations?
· How do we determine what matters most? To whom?
· How do we measure what matters most? Can we?
· What are the core issues, concerns, and priorities in your discipline?
· What are “the fundamentals” in your discipline?
· How can we make a difference?
· If we were teaching what mattered most, what would it be?
· What are the most critical issues involved in introducing information technology?
· What has the most significant impact on organizational outcomes and success?
· Where should we direct our future research efforts?
We are inviting you to join us in Montréal to dialogue, debate, and ponder what matters most with your colleagues in a stimulating and congenial setting. Montréal’s cosmopolitan flair and “joie de vivre” provides a fantastic backdrop for not only sharing perspectives and research, but also renewing relationships and connections within and across disciplines.
Please see guidelines for submission on the conference webpage http://asac2011.uqam.ca/
Proposals for papers, symposia, and workshops should be submitted no later than February 1, 2011.
Elaine Yakura, Michigan State University (firstname.lastname@example.org)