The Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management
IBAM 22 – ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Sheraton Lake Buena Vista Resort
October 9-11, 2014
April 30, 2014
May 31, 2014
Join us in beautiful Orlando, Florida for IBAM 22, where we will gather to discuss, debate, and present our ideas about the future of behavioral and applied management! As one of America’s most visited cities, Orlando’s famous attractions form the backbone of its tourism industry: Walt Disney World Resort, located in Lake Buena Vista, opened by the Walt Disney Company in 1971; the Universal Orlando Resort, which consists of the two parks of Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure; City Walk; SeaWorld; Gatorland; and Wet ‘n Wild Water Park.
Stay at the incredible Sheraton Lake Buena Vista Resort. Located adjacent to the excitement of Downtown Disney® the Walt Disney Good Neighbor® (http://www.sheratonlakebuenavistaresort.com/) offers free scheduled transportation to all nearby Walt Disney World® theme parks and the ability for guests to purchase Disney tickets. Try out Universal Studios® and Universal’s Islands of Adventure just down the road. Visit Shamu at SeaWorld Orlando, or take a swim with the dolphins at Discovery Cove. However, if you would prefer to just relax, simply enjoy the Florida sun by the pool and hot tub.
Participate as a presenter, reviewer, session chair, discussant, volunteer, or division chair. IBAM welcomes management educators, business practitioners, and students to share their ideas, research, and experiences in a friendly and supportive environment. Session discussions are lively, informative, stimulating, and broad-based.
We will welcome you warmly and value you as an individual and colleague, not a member of a cast of thousands. Executives, managers, professionals, and students are all members and active participants in IBAM’s annual conferences.
Conference Theme: The Pursuit of New Knowledge
Long before google and blog were verbs, when wiki was just Hawaiian for “very fast”, university libraries were the primary repositories of all manner of information. And while university libraries are still the center of campus (offering subject matter experts, the best coffee, AND Wifi), information access has decentralized. The conference theme for IBAM 22 springs from our organization’s commitment to inquiry and academic rigor in the rapidly expanding knowledge economy. Albert Einstein reminded the informed of his day, “Information is not knowledge,” and Peter Drucker, ushering in the era of the knowledge worker counseled, “Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes.” IBAM 22 is a collegial forum for research to be presented, heard, discussed and dissected on its way to becoming published. Educators, students and practitioners are encouraged to submit papers engaging the theme “The Pursuit of New Knowledge” in the field of behavioral and applied management.
Submit your original paper, symposium, workshop, or idea incubator proposal for anonymous peer review. The IBAM conference is an excellent outlet for completed research, work-in-progress, and the sharing of experiences in a variety of management sub-fields through refereed paper sessions, symposia, workshops, and panel discussions.
Please consider one of these six categories of submission – one is sure to fit your needs!
|TraditionalCompleted research paper; preparing to submit to a journal; review is held to highest level of rigor; “Best Paper” awards will be selected from this category.||PipelineResearch is completed and paper is in early stages; goal of future publication. Could be a paper previously not accepted for publication and desire to “revive” it through conference feedback.|
|Symposia or WorkshopEither panel or presenter format. Proposals that cross disciplines and include multiple institutions are highly encouraged.Sample ideas: Best Online Practices; Faculty Best Practices; Using Technology in Management Education; Preparing for the Doctoral Oral Defense; Conducting a Peer Review (Conference or Journal); Early/Mid Career Faculty Consortium; Mid/Senior Career Faculty ConsortiumNote: Not double-blind reviewed; selected by the Program Chair for inclusion in the program.|
|Idea IncubatorFresh research idea or research that is not yet completed; opportunity to present topic and receive feedback from peers in a more informal setting.||StudentLead author must be a student. We are seeking Undergraduate, Masters, and Doctoral learners. “Best Student Paper” award(s) will be selected from this category.|
Meet our Program and Division Chairs and feel free to contact them if you have a question specific to their division.
Sara Kimmel email@example.com
Human Resources Management
Kathy Utecht firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan Jackson email@example.com
Tom Martin firstname.lastname@example.org
Strategic & Global Management
Marcel Minutolo email@example.com
Management Education & Pedogogy
Fred Walker Fred.firstname.lastname@example.org
Veena Prabhu Vprabhu@calstatela.edu
Conna Condon email@example.com
Sally Francisco sallyFrancisco@hotmail.com
- All submissions must be entirely original and may not be under concurrent consideration or accepted for presentation elsewhere. You may submit up to two papers and/or proposals in any or all of the divisions. This includes papers and proposals that are co-authored.
- All submissions should include three keywords and a 75-word abstract. When selecting the Topic Area (s), please select at least one but no more than three. Papers, proposals, and summaries should be double-spaced with one-inch margins, typed in a 12-point font, and follow APA format.
- Guidelines by submission type:
- Traditional, Pipeline, & Student Papers should not exceed 24 pages (total – including references).
- Symposia & Workshop Proposals should submit a three to five page proposal outline, along with a statement that all presenters intend to register for the conference.
- Idea Incubator Session should submit a 250-500 word summary of the research idea/proposal.
- April 1 – May 31, submit your paper, proposal, or summary by uploading it into the IBAM Conference web-site: http://www.openconf.org/IBAM2014 and following the instructions for submissions located at that site.
- Please do not include a cover/title page with your paper. Author information will be recorded on the submission page at the IBAM Conference site. The uploaded document should be free of any identifying author indications and the document “Properties” data should be cleared as well. All submissions are double blind-reviewed.
- All accepted program participants must register and attend the conference. Fees must be paid by August 1, 2014, and cannot be returned after this date for any reason.
Best Papers are Eligible for Journal Publication
The Best Papers in each Division are eligible for publication consideration in the Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management (JBAM). The journal provides an international outlet for its contributors. To learn more about our journal, please visit http://ibam.com/jbam.html
Student Scholarships Available
IBAM desires to support student scholars and may award a $250 scholarship in each of its student classifications: bachelors, masters and doctoral. The scholarship is granted to the student submitting the best paper in each classification. A student must declare (check box) that it is a student paper at time of submission. Eligible papers may be co-authored with a faculty member, but the student must be first author. Student scholarships will be presented with the award at the conference award luncheon.
|We look forward to seeing you in Orlando!|
|Kenneth Levitt, IBAM President firstname.lastname@example.org|| Print the Call: IBAM 2014 – Call for Papers