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Africa is at a crossroads. A more sustainable and equitable Africa urgently requires new leadership models that put responsibility, accountability, and sustainability at the heart of its institutions, be they private or public. The concept of responsible leadership has been the subject of academic and practitioner conversations in the last two decades. The idea is that the influencing power of leadership should reach beyond a single organisation toward improving society and the world. But it appears to be deeper than just a role; rather it represents a form of agency that gives meaning to what is responsible and possible, a form of conditioning role, of shared and nested concerns toward the greater good. A key component of the responsible leadership competencies includes doing, and thus implying process and practices as a consequence of responsible leadership.
Africa Academy of Management
Call for Nominations 2022
Deadline for Nominations: 22 July 2022
JUNIOR FACULTY/DOCTORAL STUDENTS CONSORTIUM AFAM 2023 Biennial
Conference Co-Chairs: Amanuel Tekleab and Hermann Ndofor
IN RESPONSE TO NUMEROUS REQUESTS TO FURTHER EXTEND THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE, THE AFAM EXECUTIVE TEAM HAS EXTENDED THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE FROM MAY 30 TO JUNE 30. WE HOPE AS MANY OF YOU AS POSSIBLE WILL TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE EXTENDED DEADLINE TO SUBMIT YOUR PAPERS.
ICOS Seminar, Winter 2022
Greetings from the University of Michigan! From January 14th through April 8th of 2022, Michigan ICOS is once again hosting its weekly seminar on contemporary theory and research on organizations and organizing. The list of speakers is provided below, with further detail in the attached. We’re planning to hold the seminar in a hybrid format, with zoom access for those who cannot attend in-person. We would like to cordially invite you to join us for these live sessions. The talks will be held 1:30-3:00pm Eastern Standard Time.