Accounting, Finance and Corporate Governance
The Accounting, Finance and Corporate Governance track highlights papers that examine a wide range of research areas, including CSR, Green Bonds, financial wellbeing, director-shareholder rhetoric, pensions and audit regulation. Papers draw from a variety of research methods, such as surveys, qualitative content analysis, bibliometric research and dramaturgical analysis. The track chairs are Dr Martha O’Hagan-Luff and Dr Neil Dunne, Trinity College Dublin
Education, Teaching and Learning
The aim of the Education, Teaching, and Learning Track is to accept papers on a broad range of issues which are of interest to higher education. Topics which have been included for presentation this year range from cheating websites, generation Z students in the classroom, career/guidance counselling, teaching, and learning software adoption in third-level business education, among others. Track chair is Professor Margaret Linehan, Munster Technological University.
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
The Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management track at this year’s Irish Academy of Management Conference offers a unique opportunity to get new insights from leading academics into the impact of entrepreneurship and small business research globally in current times. The track chairs are Dr Shirley Davey (Ulster University) and Dr Simon Stephens (Letterkenny Institute of Technology).
Work, Employment & Organisation
The Work, Employment, and Organisation track at this year’s Irish Academy of Management Conference offers new insights from both leading academics and emerging scholars into current issues in work and employment, with a special consideration of the future of work. Track chairs are Professor Brian Harney (Dublin City University) and Dr Jean McCarthy (University of Limerick).
CSR, Business Ethics and Sustainability
The CSR, Business Ethics and Sustainability track at the IAM Conference 2022 conference will provide interesting insights into a wide range of issues related to responsible and sustainable business. Track chair is Dr Daniel Malan (Trinity College Dublin).
Leadership & Organisational Behaviour
The Leadership & Organisational Behaviour track at this year’s IAM Conference brings together a distinguished group of international researchers to explore key management issues within the Leadership & OB field. The track sessions will provide important insights into core and emerging issues in this domain including: leadership & organisational change; trust; authentic leadership; job intensity; workplace courage. Track chairs are Dr Ultan Sherman (University College Cork) and Associate Professor Lisa van der Werff (Dublin City University).
Strategy and International Business
This track offers an opportunity for national and international scholars to debate trends and share insights on management challenges in a range of organisations, from large multinationals to SMEs, state agencies and NGOs. Highlighting papers focusing on issues such as the increasing fluidity of organisational boundaries, international markets and industries impacted by new competitive forces, the reduction of traditional sources of advantage and the increasing pressure on managers for accountability and transparency. Chaired is Dr. Dónal O’Brien (Technological University Dublin).
Technology and Innovation Management
The Technology and Innovation Management track at this year’s IAM Conference brings together a distinguished group of scholars to explore key issues within the Technology and Innovation Management field. The track sessions will provide important insights into core and emerging issues within this domain. Track chairs are Dr Gillian Barrett (University College Cork) and Dr Claire McBride (Technological University Dublin).
Marketing and Services Management
The Marketing and Services Management track at the 2022 Irish Academy of Management conference offers a great opportunity for national and international scholars to share insights into new marketing trends during the pandemic and changes in consumer behaviours across various industries and country settings.
Healthcare and Public Sector Management
The Healthcare and Public Sector Management track at this year’s IAM conference offers new insights into strategies for better coordination and delivery of healthcare and public sector programmes. In looks at key issues that impact management, employees, clients and service delivery and outcomes. These include leadership, ethics, and workplace culture, processes and organisation. Track Chair is Dr Teresa O’Hara