This symposium is intended to explore and present conceptual, theoretical, and empirical research that showcases the experience of work and management of women in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The aim is to expand the discussion about women in professional settings in CEE, considering regions’ specific socio-cultural, political, and economic circumstances.
During the symposium, keynote speeches will be delivered by prof. Alison Pullen, Professor at Macquarie University, and prof. Morten Huse, Professor at BI Norwegian Business School.
The symposium is organized by prof. Dorota Dobija, Anna Górska, Ph.D., and prof. Sibel Yamak, Professor at Wolverhampton University.
We have prepared a detailed agenda of the symposium, which you can find below:
AGENDA: 2nd December:
- 09:00 Guest Welcoming Speech – Prof. Alexandra Przegalińska
- 09:30 Key Note Speech – Prof. Alison Pullen
- 10:00 Session 1: Experiences of women in work and management in CEE: art 1, art 2, art 3
- 10:00 Session 2: Exploring the phenomenon of women in leadership: art 4, art 5, art 6
- 12:00 Lunch break
- 13:30 Session 3: Women in organizations: different industries perspectives: art 7, art 8, art 9
- 13:30 Session 4: Career trajectories of women in HEI: art 10, art 11
- 15:30 End of the 1st day of the conference – Networking event
- 09:00 Workshop
- 10:30 Session 5: Diversity in organizations and career friendly culture for women: art 12, art 13, art 14, art 15
- 12:00 - 12:30 Lunch break
- 12:30 Conference Summary Speech – Anna Górska, Ph.D.
- 13:00 Guidelines for publishing in CEMJ – Prof. Paweł Korzyński
- 13:30 Final Lecture – Prof. Morten Huse
For those of you who have not registered for the symposium, please fill in the registration form provided below.
Please remember that both authors, discussants and others (PhD students, practitioners) who would like to participate - should register using the form mentioned above.
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