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Working together towards a better Digital Business and Society research Consortium

Working together towards a better Digital Business and Society research Consortium

  • Date19 January 2024

DOS Research Centre and British Academy of Management announce upcoming Joint Research Consortium 'Working together towards a better Digital Business and Society research’.

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The Digital Organisation and Society (DOS) Research Centre are pleased to announce their upcoming Joint Research Consortium with the British Academy of Management ‘Working together towards a better Digital Business and Society research’, which will be taking place on the Royal Holloway campus in Egham on 5th April 2024 (10am-5pm, in person).

This collaborative Consortium serves as a nexus for academics engaged in multidisciplinary research, catering to individuals at various stages of their careers, including senior scholars, early career researchers, and Doctoral students. It is devoted to tackling key global challenges through comprehensive research, impactful contributions, and the navigation of careers centered around the digital realm.


Call for abstracts

The call for abstracts is now open. Please download pdf here to see more information and check further details on the BAM's website. 

Abstracts submissions can be made via email to

Key Dates 

Abstract submission deadline: 28th February 2024

Authors notification deadline: 4th March 2024

Registration deadline: 20th March 2024


Benefits of Attendance

  • Learn from prominent scholars and editors from top journals.
  • Present your work and receive constructive feedback from experienced track chairs and academics from different backgrounds.
  • Hear insights, challenges, and guidance in exploring and building academic careers in a digital landscape from senior academics.
  • Knowledge exchange and social interaction with local and international academics from marketing, information systems, organisation and management, and more.


Speakers to include:

Keynote Speakers
  • Professor Nancy Pouloudi, Professor of Information Systems, Athens University of Economics and Business, President in the Council of Association for Information Systems (AIS)
  • Ved Sen, Head of Business Innovation, Tata Consultancy Services, UK

 Panel Discussion: Publishing ‘Digital Research’ in top journals and generating research impact

  • Professor Thanos Papadopoulos, University of Kent, Associate Editor, British Journal of Management
  • Professor Suprateek Sarker, Rolls-Royce Commonwealth Eminent Professor of Commerce, Editor-in-Chief, Information Systems Research
  • Professor Giampaolo Viglia, University of Portsmouth, Editor-in-Chief, Psychology and Marketing

 Panel discussion: Managing a successful academic career

  • Professor Savvas Papagiannidis, Vice Dean BAM Fellows College, David Goldman Professor of Innovation & Enterprise / Head of Information Systems & Operations, Newcastle Business School
  • Dr Lucy Gill-Simmen, Vice Dean for Education and Student Experience, Royal Holloway, University of London
  • Professor Sameer Hosany, Professor of Marketing, Head of Department of Marketing, Royal Holloway, University of London


The event is open to all academics within and beyond Royal Holloway, University of London, at any stage of their career.

Registration is now open through BAM's website: 


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