Hosted the University of Surrey Business School in collaboration with the following Divisions and Interest groups of the Academy of Management: Business Policy & Strategy (BPS), Human Resources (HR), Management Consulting (MC), Organizational Behavior (OB), Organizational Communication & Information Systems (OCIS), Organization & Management Theory (OMT), Organizations & the Natural Environment (ONE), Social Issues in Management (SIM), Technology & Innovation Management (TIM).
Be Inspired. Big data and digital economies have impacted the modern workplace and stimulated the evolution of new forms of management. Connect with scholars advancing this rapidly evolving field and jump-start your own exploration of how big data and digital economies are changing how we work and the world we live in. The Academy of Management Specialized Conference, “Big Data and Managing in a Digital Economy” is your invitation to join fellow professors and Ph.D. students in business schools at universities, academics in related social science and other fields, and practitioners who value knowledge creation and application, to examine the expanding field of big data. The digital phenomenon is multifaceted and changes the way organizations compete and innovate. It threatens long-lasting business models, and opens up new ways of creating and capturing value. As such, it is not only clearly relevant for management practitioners, but also centrally important for management scholars.
From research to best practices, this conference features a comprehensive program of presentations, workshops, and panel discussions that provide the key learning and networking opportunities you need—to make the most of your scholarship and ideas.#Event