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Partner with Sage to develop your Managing Diversity in Business case

  • 1.  Partner with Sage to develop your Managing Diversity in Business case

    Posted 11-20-2023 09:23
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    Dear Esteemed DEI Colleagues, 
    SAGE has created a set of case studies targeted explicitly at managing Diversity in Business. I'd like to invite you to contribute a case to the Managing Diversity in Business series. Please look at the call below with detailed information about formatting, requirements, process, and honorarium provided in the links for authors. Also, please share the call with your circles of colleagues. 
    Sage Business Cases 
    Partner with Sage to develop your Managing Diversity in Business case 
    Series Editors: Dr. Hamid Kazeroony, SPHR, SHRM-SCP. 
    SAGE Publishing continues to grow its teaching case collection, Sage BusinessCases, across the business and management spectrum while incorporating perspectives from various disciplines. The Managing Diversity in Business series within Sage Business Cases aims to provide university lecturers with content to integrate into teaching, module, and programme delivery. The business history teaching cases are designed to help students contextualize and understand businesses' growth, development, and management during different eras and in a range of international contexts. As we prepare for the next annual release, we are particularly interested in cases that explore how organizations evolve over time and how business leaders have adapted and adjusted their management practices in response to different opportunities and crises.    
    Sage is pleased to offer case authors: 
    Double-blind peer review of your case and teaching notes. 
    A thorough editorial process, working to develop your ideas and prepare cases for successful publication. 
    Copyright in your name and final PDF for ease of use in your classroom. 
    Payment when your case is published.  
    DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: 30th August, 2024 
    We look for cases between 1,000 and 5,000 words. Please include session learning objectives, discussion questions, and teaching notes. Guidelines and templates may be found here. Manuscripts are accepted through our ScholarOne portal
    For questions and sample cases, contact Ro'isin Singh, Sage Editor, Roisin.singh@sagepub.co.uk    

    Dr. Hamid Kazeroony, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
    Extraordinary Professor
    North West University,
    South Africa