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Call for RMLE Unconference Contributors

Research in Management Learning and Education Unconference
Friday, February 1st 2013
Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia

Call for Contributors

Research discussions shouldn’t have to rise from the ashes of recycled rhetoric and boring presentations prepared months in advance. Interactions about research should be exciting, organic, and engaging. If you’re interested in being a generator of innovative, cutting-edge research in management education or if you have questions related to research in management education that are not addressed through traditional conference or workshop forums, our 2013 Research in Management Learning and Education Unconference is for you.

Unlike traditional conference formats that involve fixed agendas, established streams, and planned presentations, an unconference is organic and participant-driven. The fundamental goal of an unconference is to bring together interested, passionate, and knowledgeable people to create a forum where they share, learn, engage, question, contribute, discuss and debate about issues they deem to be important. Each participant is a contributor and all interactions take place in flexible and highly interactive ways (see for more information on the history of this format).

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