Dear Doctoral Students,
In the next session of the AOM IM Division's PhD Reading Group, we'll be hosting Prof. Tine Koehler from the University of Melbourne, for a discussion about Templates in Qualitative Research Methods.
IM PhD Reading Group with Prof. Tine Koehler
November 16, at 08:00 pm Melbourne
(09:00 am London / 10:00 am Rome / 04:00 am New York)
Reading before the session:
Köhler, T., Smith, A., & Bhakoo, V. (2022). Templates in qualitative research methods: Origins, limitations, and new directions. Organizational Research Methods, 25(2), 183-210.
Registration in advance is required to receive the link, which will be emailed around 24 hours before the session.
Please register here: https://forms.gle/b5uTBQ9sGSUH1H4i7
About the speaker:
Tine Köhler is Professor for International Management in the Department of Management and Marketing at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Her research focuses on Global Teamwork and Research Methods. She is co-Editor-in-Chief at Organizational Research Methods and former Associate Editor at Academy of Management Learning and Education and at Organizational Research Methods. She is an editorial board member of Organizational Research Methods, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Management Scientific Reports, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Journal of Management Education, Small Group Research, and the Research Methods in Strategy and Management book series (Emerald publishers). She further reviews for the Academy of Management Journal, the Journal of International Business Studies, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior. Her work has appeared in outlets such as Journal of International Business Studies, Organizational Research Methods, Journal of Management, Human Resource Management, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Psychological Methods, and Small Group Research.
About the series:
This event is part of the IM Division's PhD Reading Group series, organized by the AOM IM Division Doctoral Student Committee, and hosting leading IM/IB scholars to gain a deeper understanding of their latest work.
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