Meet the Editors Session
2022 Irish Academy of Management (IAM) Annual Conference
Chaired by Dr Kristel Miller (Ulster University) and Dr Jonathan Lavelle (University of Limerick)
In Person Event, Wednesday 24th August
This years ‘meet the editors’ session is an opportunity for all delegates to meet experienced editors from a range of journals. We will have both current and former editors from:
- The Academy of Management Journal (Professor Anthony J. Nyberg, University of South Carolina),
- Human Resource Management Journal (Professor Edel Conway, Dublin City University, Ireland),
- R&D Management (Dr Lawrence Dooley, University College Cork, Ireland),
- Personnel Review (Professor Pauline Stanton, RMIT University, Melbourne Australia),
- European Journal of Training and Development (Professor Thomas Garavan, University College Cork, Ireland) and
- The Irish Journal of Management (Dr Kristel Miller, Ulster University, United Kingdom).
The editors will share insights into the respective journals. This will be followed by a panel discussion which will 1) identify the key factors to consider when choosing a journal outlet for your research, 2) give guidance on how to craft strong research publications and 3) highlight common pitfalls to avoid.
The Academy of Management Journal (Professor Anthony J. Nyberg, University of South Carolina)
Dr. Anthony J. Nyberg is a Distinguished Moore Research Fellow and Professor at the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina, where he teaches Negotiations, Compensation and Performance Management, and Research Methods. Dr. Nyberg is an expert in applying quantitative methods to research focusing on how organizations compete through human capital resources, specifically through C-Suite succession and the strategic role of pay and performance management in attraction, retention, and motivation.
Dr. Nyberg’s work has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, and Harvard Business Review, among others. He served as an Associate Editor for the Academy of Management Journal and on the Editorial Boards for the Journal of Applied Psychology, the Journal of Management, Africa Journal of Management, and International Journal of Human Resource Management. He has received numerous awards for teaching, reviews, and research including for best dissertation and best published manuscript. He has been named a Featured Scholar and a Breakthrough Rising Star and a USC Educational Foundation Research Award winner by the University of South Carolina, and received the Early Career Achievement award from the HR division of the Academy of Management and a Fulbright award to work on research in Ireland. His research has been highlighted in major media outlets, including Business Week, Time Magazine, National Public Radio, US News & World Report, Harvard Business Review, and CNBC.
Human Resource Management Journal
Edel Conway is Full Professor of HRM and Organisational Psychology at DCU Business School. She is an organisational psychologist with expertise in the areas of employee engagement, well-being, organisational change, new technology and the future of work. Edel’s research has received both national and international recognition. In 2018, she was awarded a Fellowship of the Irish Academy of Management for her contribution to the advancement of management studies in Ireland. Earlier in her career, she received the European Young Psychologist Award, as well as a DCU Albert College Fellowship. Edel is outgoing Associate Editor of Human Resource Management Journal and is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Personnel Review. Edel is a former Editor of the Irish Journal of Management and a former council member of the Irish Academy of Management. Edel’s research has been published in journals such as Public Management Review, Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Journal and Work, Employment and Society.
Lawrence Dooley (M. Comm., Ph.D.) is a Senior Lecturer in Enterprise and Innovation at University College Cork (UCC) since 2004. Prior to joining UCC, he was based at the Centre for Enterprise Management in the University of Dundee, Scotland. His core research interests focus on organisational innovation and issues related to inter-enterprise collaboration and value creation within the entrepreneurial ecosystem. He has published widely over recent years and actively liaises with industry both through applied research projects, consultancy and research master classes. He has also been Associate Editor with the R&D Management journal since 2012 and is ‘house-editor’ for special issues within his research domain.
Professor Pauline Stanton is an Honorary Professor of Management at RMIT University in Melbourne Australia. She is also Co Editor in Chief for Personnel Review with Professor Eddy Ng. She has held many leadership positions in three Universities including Dean, Deputy Dean, Head of School and Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor Business International. She is an active researcher and has published in a range of journals including International Journal of HRM, HRMJ, Personnel Review, BJIR, BJM and others.
European Journal of Training and Development
Thomas Garavan is Professor of Leadership Practice in CUBS, UCC. He was recently listed in the Stanford University Science-Wide author citation indicators 2020 as one of the top 2% of academics in Economics and Business. He is a world leading expert in leadership development, learning and development and HRD. He published 185 journal articles, 16 books, 26 book chapters and 6 monographs. He has published extensively in the leading HRD journals including HRDQ, HRDR, ADHR, HRDI and HRDI. He has also published extensively in the top four HRM journals: HRM (US) HRMJ, Personnel Review and IJHRM. In addition, he has published extensively in management journals including: International Journal of Management Reviews. European Management Review, Journal of Business Research, Tourism Management, Information Technology and People, International Small Business Journal, Thunderbird International Review, Journal of Sleep Research and Business Ethics: A European Review. His most recent book publications include Learning and Development in Organizations: A Systems-Informed Model of Effectiveness (Palgrave), Strategic Human Resource Management (Oxford University Press), Handbook of International Human Resource Development (Edward Elgar) and Global Human Resource Development (Routledge). He is co-editor of European Journal of Training and Development and Associate Editor of Personnel Review and is a member of the HRDQ, HRDI, HRDR, ADHR, HRMJ, International Journal of Training and Development and International Journal of Human Resource Management. He has extensive teaching experience with undergraduate, post-graduate and post experience students in addition to executive education and leadership development. He was recently elected to the Hall of Fame of the Academy of Human Resource Development, USA and has won numerous awards for publication and journal editing.
The Irish Journal of Management
Dr Kristel Miller is a Reader in Innovation and Strategy at Ulster University. Her research focuses on the areas of innovation management, technology commercialization, science-industry engagement, business models, and competitiveness. She is the co-editor in chief of the Irish Journal of Management and sits on the editorial board of the International Small Business Journal. She has published in internationally recognised journals such as the British Journal of Management, Journal of Technology Transfer, Journal of Business Research, Technovation, Technological Forecasting and Social Change and R&D Management. Kristel is a member of Innovation Caucus which is a UK expert group providing social sciences insight to support innovation practice and policy. She is an expert reviewer for the European Commission and also works with organisations to help them develop their innovation capabilities.