Publishing in Top Journals: A Guide to the Perplexed
This event proved invaluable to those wishing to publish in top ranked journals, especially in light of the fourthcoming REF.
Date: Monday 25 January 2010
Speaker: Martin Kilduff, Diageo Professor of Management Studies, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
The speaker addressed how to construct the 4* journal article form intuition to publication. Including recommendations concerning original and important ideas, defining the contribution and important ideas, defining the contribution of the paper, giving ideas structure and writing to be published. In addition the speaker provided cautions on things to avoid will also be provided and revision process at top journals was also be discussed.
Martin Kilduff is currently editor of Academy of Management Review, and was previously associate editor of Administrative Science Quarterly and British Journal of Management. Previous Appointments include serving as interim Associate Dean of Research and Director of the MS/PhD programmes for the Smeal College of Business, Penn State, 2001-2002. He also served as a faculty member at INSEAD from 1988 to 1990, and at Penn State from 1990 through 2006. Prior to joining Judge Business School, he was the Kleberg/King Ranch Centennial Professor of Management at the University of Texas at Austin. Research interests incorporate social networks in organisations, with particular emphasis on cognitive and personality effects on the positions individuals occupy, and the effects of these positions on performance, promotions, and other outcomes; topics related to the philosophy of science and critical theory with respect to organisational social network research. Martin Kilduff is a member of the Organisational Analysis research group and the Human Resources & Organisations teaching group.
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