Webinar: Doing Research on Grand Challenges - How to make your research impactful

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Webinar: Doing Research on Grand Challenges - How to make your research impactful

Speakers: Dr Katharina Dittrich, Dr Ali Gümüsay, Dr Christopher Wickert

Date: December 9, 2020 at 8 am (Eastern) / 2 pm (Central European)

This research webinar is aimed at PhD students and early-career scholars who are interested in conducting research on grand challenges. We will explore and discuss what impactful research is, the current state of the art in research on grand challenges, and how scholars can get started on doing research in the context of societal grand challenges.

Time: Wednesday, 9th of December at 8 am (Eastern) / 2 pm (Central European) / 6.30 pm (Delhi). The webinar is scheduled for 90 minutes with plenty of opportunity for Q&A.

Please register here to join this discussion.
We recommend the participants to read any (or all) of the following material prior to the session:

Panel speakers are:

  • Katharina Dittrich , Associate Professor of Organization Studies, Warwick University
  • Ali Gümüsay , Head of Research Group Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Society, Humboldt Institute for Internet & Society
  • Christopher Wickert , Associate Professor of Ethics and Sustainability, VU Amsterdam and Associate Editor, Journal of Management Studies

Moderator: Ibrat Djabbarov, PhD candidate, Cranfield School of Management (i.djabbarov@cranfield.ac.uk).

This event is supported by the Journal of Management Studies, DFG Network “Grand Challenges & New Forms of Organizing” and Responsible Research in Business and Management.

Please register here to participate.

Anne Tsui
Arizona State University
University of Notre Dame
Co-founder, RRBM