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For 2019, both the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) and the British Academy of Management (BAM) annual conferences will have a special focus on Project Management, and calls for papers are now open.
The BAM conference takes place 3-5 September 2019 at Aston University in Birmingham, UK. The Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management Track at the conference will feature a special session on Project Management. To provide an opportunity for researchers from the UK and beyond to engage in a debate around all areas of project management, the track organizers invite full and/or developmental papers for a special session on project management. The aim is to create a vibrant project management community at BAM.
More details about the special session and submission information is available on the BAM website. The BAM submission deadline is 22 February.
The AMCIS annual meeting will be held 15-17 August in Cancun, Mexico. The conference will feature a Mini Track on Project Management Education. The purpose is to engage project management researchers, educators, and practitioners to exchange and discuss novel ideas on project management education. Submissions that address the current state of project management education, highlight emerging topics and trends in this area, provide suggestions for improved teaching and learning, and present interesting teaching cases are welcome. Other submissions related to project management education are also welcome. The deadline to submit papers to the Mini-Track on Project Management Education is 1 March. Contact mini track chair Maheshwar Boodraj at email@example.com for more information or to submit a paper. The best paper from this mini track will receive a US$1,000 award and complementary early-bird conference registration for one presenter from PMI.