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Case Studies on Diversity

The following cases including mini cases and class activities are available free of cost by the South Asian Academy of Management. You are welcome to download and use these for nonprofit educational purposes only by clicking on the links provided. Diversity management: Samina’s experiences in Retail Co. (Nicolina Kamenou and Jawad Syed, 2012) Kamenou Syed 2012 […]

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Book Announcement: Employee Motivation in Saudi Arabia: An Investigation into the Higher Education Sector

Book’s title: ‘Employee Motivation in Saudi Arabia: An Investigation into the Higher Education Sector’ Authors: Rodwan Fallatah and Jawad Syed Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan Year: 2018 Witten by Rodwan Fallatah and Jawad Syed, this book investigates the relevance of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs as a theory of motivation, whilst taking into account variances in culture and […]

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7th Asian Management Research and Case Conference – AMRC 2018

7th Asian Management Research and Case Conference (AMRC) Theme: CONVERGENCE OR DIVERGENCE: EMERGING TRENDS IN MANAGEMENT RESEARCH AND CASES IN ASIA Sub Theme: China’s One Belt, One Road Initiative: Implications for Management & Organizations in Asia Knowledge Partners: South Asian Academy of Management (SAAM), Sage Publishing.         Detail: Lahore University of Management […]

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Call for Papers: Special Issue of ‘Journal of Management & Organizations’

Special Issue of ‘Journal of Management & Organizations’ “Contextualizing diversity within Islam: Interpretations, understandings and implications for management and organizations” Guest editors: Jawad Syed and Edwina Pio In the mainstream academic literature as well as media, the Islamic faith and Muslims are often presented as a monolithic religion, ignoring the internal diversity or heterogeneity on the […]

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AOM 2016 PDW: Gender, Generations and Leadership: Insights from South Asia

Abstract Scholars have described the global leadership literature as western-centric (Arvey et al., 2015), age-blind (Spisak et al., 2014) and male-dominated (Kyriakidou, 2012; Syed & Murray, 2008). This PDW aims to address these gaps by providing an unconventional non- western perspective (Bamberger & Pratt, 2010) and incorporating intersectionality in gender and/or generational issues (Shields, 2008). […]

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Call for Papers – “Gender, Generation and Leadership: Insights from South Asia”

Special issue call for papers from South Asian Journal of Global Business Research “Gender, Generation and Leadership: Insights from South Asia” Guest Editors Shaista E. Khilji Jawad Syed Mary Sully De Luque Summary Global leadership has served as a hallmark topic in leadership research for the past few decades, in response to an unprecedented growth […]

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AOM 2014 PDW: Conducting research in South Asia: Thinking ahead and being different

This is an interactive PDW (in a roundtable discussion format) that presents South Asia as neglected context in international management (IM) research despite its richness and complexity. We focus upon highlighting relevance of the emerging South Asian economies in international management (IM) research, and pose two main questions, a) why it is important to conduct […]

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AOM 2014 Symposium: Working wo(men) of South Asia: Why we matter

Organisers: Edwina Pio, Jawad Syed Abstract Complexity is a key aspect of South Asia with a population of 1.649 billion. Caste, class, patriarchy, religion, agriculture, technology, terrorism and violence impact working wo(men) on an everyday basis. In constructing South Asian wo(men), we are aware of the multiplicity of socio-cultural, religious, political and institutional intersections in […]

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Contextualising management and organisations in South Asia

What if our actions were imbued with the sacred? What if activism in organisations evokes better local society and responsible global community? What if sacred activism signals the performance of a deeper understanding and mindful actions for contextualising management and organisations in South Asia? These are some of the questions we pose to scholars and […]

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Gender equality at work in South Asia – Special Issue of ‘Gender in Management’

This paper is a guest editorial piece in the Special Issue of the Gender in Management journal on “Gender equality at work in South Asia”. In this paper, the authors aim not only to introduce the papers selected for the Special Issue but also to offer an overview of the current state of female employment, […]