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Paradox and Grand Challenges: Virtual Paper Development Workshop

  • 1.  Paradox and Grand Challenges: Virtual Paper Development Workshop

    Posted 03-11-2020 06:40
    Dear Colleagues,

    We are hosting a virtual paper development workshop on Paradox and Grand Challenges Studying Paradox and Grand Challenges : Paper Development Session. We invite you to submit long abstract (750-1000 words).Topics for long abstracts include but are not limited to: paradox and grand challenges, paradox and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, paradox and societal change. 

    The deadline to apply is March 16 The workshop is scheduled for April 6, 10-11:30 am Eastern. You can RSVP using the same form will receive the login details once you RSVP.

    We will select three promising abstracts for presentation. We are excited to have Ann Langley (HEC Montréal), Charlene Zietsma (Pennsylvania State University) and Wendy Smith (University of Delaware) joining us as discussants for the paper presentations. The presenters will also receive feedback from other participants in the session. 

    You can contact Katrin Heucher for more details:

    This workshop follows our successful webinar on the same topic in February. See the webinar recording. You can stay up to date with the events, publications and other paradox community get togethers by: (1) subscribing to the 'Tensions and Mentions' newsletter: (scroll to the bottom); (2) following us on Twitter: @paradox_bothand (Paradox Community); (3) joining the paradox theory community group on LinkedIn: 

    Garima Sharma
    Assistant Professor
    Anderson School of Management
    University of New Mexico  

    University of Delaware

    Wendy K. Smith

    Deutsch Family Fellow

    Professor, Business Administration

    Co-Director, Women's Leadership Initiative at Lerner 

    234 Alfred Lerner Hall | University of Delaware | Newark, DE 19716
    302-831-1570 | | @profwendysmith |
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    Join us for the next Lerner Women's Leadership Forum  April 29 - May 1, 2020