SAP Doctoral and Early Career Program on August 04, 2023 at AOM Boston 2023
Call for Applications
Organizers: Ashley Hockensmith, Daniel Gäckle, Jennifer Sloan, & Lorenzo Skade
We are happy to announce that Strategizing Activities and Practices Interest Group (SAP IG) invites scholars to the upcoming SAP Doctoral and Early Career Program (ECP). Get ready for a compelling one-day event tailored to guide doctoral and early career scholars through the "academic jungle" of the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
The ECP will be held on Friday, August 04, 2023, and it will span a full day of panels, workshops, roundtables, and networking opportunities. The day will bring together doctoral students and junior faculty, who are interested in SAP-related topics, methods, and conversations.
The ECP goes above and beyond the traditional early-career consortiums, as it connects the workshops within broader SAP events and fosters the development of a supportive community of scholars.
What: SAP Doctoral and Early Career Program (1-day)
Where: Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Boston, 2023
When: Friday, August 04, 2023
Who: Doctoral students, post-docs, and junior faculty
Program: This year's program will include three carefully chosen Professional Development Workshops (PDWs) to enhance participants' SAP-related knowledge and provide opportunities for engaging similar minds. Additionally, the day will end with an exclusive Q&A session with this year's patron Professor Davide Nicolini (Warwick Business School), followed by a seat at the official SAP Community Dinner. In this way, the day provides multiple opportunities for networking and professional development. Please note that an application to the program requires the commitment to participate in all of the scheduled activities.
This year's program:
· Welcome by Patron (Professor Davide Nicolini)
· PDW on Qualitative Research Methods: "Qualitative Analysis Boot Camp VII: Theorizing from Qualitative Data Using Analytical Artifacts"
· PDW on Academic Careers: "Who I am and What am I doing? How to Craft and Communicate a Compelling Academic Identity Narrative"
· PDW on Strategy: "Strategizing and Communicating in the Public Sphere"
· Q&A with Patron
· Individual Virtual Mentoring Sessions (shortly before or after the AOM Meeting)
· Seat at AOM SAP Dinner
Application: The deadline for the application is June 15th, 2023. To apply, please send your application to https://bit.ly/SAPECP2023 and include information about yourself, your career stage, your research project, and its fit with SAP (if applicable), including one paragraph explaining why you want to take part in the program. The space is limited to 20 participants.Available Financial Support: The SAP IG can provide financial support to individuals experiencing circumstances of financial hardship and/or coming from under-represented groups within the AOM SAP community, including ECP scholars. For a limited number of eligible individuals, conference registration fees can be covered through the AOM conference waiver or SAP IG scholarship program. Furthermore, due to the success of our travel award scheme as a pilot program last year, we are pleased to continue offering it to a limited number of eligible individuals who will attend AOM in-person. If you would like to learn more about our financial support options and determine your eligibility for any of the schemes, please contact our treasurer Mustafa Kavas (firstname.lastname@example.org).