Having spent recent weeks/months being busy launching our new book, we realised it is now already November and that we've been a bit quiet on the blog lately.
So, better late than never, we thought now might be as good a time as any to provide a quick summary of our conference activities over the previous few months.
Following July's previously reported successful jaunt to the Management History Research Group's workshop in Sheffield (and the tie-in article that we wrote for Sheffield Star newspaper about that cities hosting of World Cup 1966 fixtures) in September we headed North, to the British Academy of Management's 2016 Annual Conference - this year hosted by Newcastle University Business School.
Our paper had received positive comments during the peer review process leading up to the conference and so we looked forward to presenting our work and discussing with other peers our research.
This year the business and management history track was particularly attended and there was a real buzz about the occasion - in attendance were a number of leading academics. We had some really productive discussions afterwards, and also outside of the seminar room. Thanks to all who were there and who we spoke to. It is very encouraging to see our work garnering interest from such esteemed colleagues!
We also had a space on the 'Meet the Authors' desk where our book had a display. This was a really fun thing to do and we hope to participate in more of these at conferences in future. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and spoke to us, picked up a flyer, or had a look at the sample copy of the book.
All in all a really outstanding conference. We'll be back!
Information about next years BAM conference, which will be held at Warwick, is here.