Time: April 28, 2018 from 10:30am to 4:30pm
Location: Roots and Shoots
Street: Walnut Tree Walk, Kennington Road
City/Town: London SE11 6DN
Website or Map: http://www.rootsandshoots.org…
Event Type: pre-publication, gathering
Organized By: Christina Scwhabenland and Bob MacKenzie
Latest Activity: Mar 14
Your invitation to a co-inquiry
The newly established UK Chapter of the Humanistic Management Network is partnering with the Association of Management Education and Development (AMED) to produce a special Winter 2018 issue of AMED’s on-line journal e-Organisations and People (eO&P). This is a really exciting opportunity to develop our thinking around humanistic management and how to create momentum towards embedding humanistic principles in all aspects of management, in the context of alternative ways of organising. We would like to encourage great writing at all levels; exemplars/small case studies about humanistic management in practice, thought pieces about strategies and challenges.
Our pre-publication Gathering, Saturday 28 April
We want to develop this special edition as much as possible through a process of co-production. The first step is this Awayday for anyone who might be interested in contributing through conversation and/or writing. You don’t have to think of yourself as a writer, or even to have a clear idea for an article, because we’re also keen to encourage people to act as open peer reviewers or as critical friends, and we need to identify a small editorial group too. So there are lots of ways to get involved!
Our venue is a lovely, eco-friendly venue called Roots and Shoots - a great exemplar itself of humanistic management in practice.
If you would like to come but are unable to manage stairs, please let us know as soon as possible, and we’ll do our best to find an alternative venue.
RSVP by 28 March (earlier if possible)
We can accommodate 15 people comfortably, and we expect interest to be high. So it’s a good idea to book early. Please let us know by return of your interest in principle in coming, whether your main interest is in writing or in joining in with the conversations as a critical friend. We’ll be posting more advance details in due course.
How to reserve your place
Cost: £30 payable in advance by Paypal, BACS or cheque here. via the AMED web page. This includes lunch and light refreshments.
Dr Christina Schwabenland is Convenor of the UK Chapter of the Humanistic Management Network, and Reader at the Centre for Leadership Innovation, University of Bedfordshire, Luton. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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