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JMS Dialogues Webinar Series "The Corporate Objective Revisited"

  • 1.  JMS Dialogues Webinar Series "The Corporate Objective Revisited"

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    Journal of Management Studies announces JMS Dialogues Webinar Series with "The Corporate Objective Revisited"

    The Journal of Management Studies (JMS), one of the leading general management journals, has launched a new webinar series, JMS Dialogues. This series is built around and features authors of published or in-process Point-Counterpoint exchanges. Contributions to JMS's 'Point-Counterpoint' section capture a current debate about management or organizations. Articles in this section explore theoretically and empirically challenging issues or topics, synthesizing recent advances and ideas into fresh theory and/or new methodological approaches.
    The JMS Dialogues webinar features authors of Point- and Counterpoint contributions who will present their perspective on the issue at hand, as featured in their published contributions. The JMS editor who oversaw the Point- Counterpoint will moderate and offer a synthesis of the discussion. Ample time will be available for questions and comments.

    The next JMS Dialogue will be:

    The Corporate Objective Revisited
    October 18, 2021
    11:00AM-12:15PM EST, 16:00-17:15 GMT, 17:00-18:15 CET

    Point: The Corporate Objective Revisited: The Shareholder Perspective
    Maria Goranova, Lori Verstegen Ryan

    Counterpoint: The Endurance of Shareholder Value Maximization as the Preferred Corporate Objective
    Andrew C. Inkpen, Anant K. Sundaram

    Counterpoint: Stakeholder Management & The Value of Human-Centred Corporate Objectives
    Bidhan (Bobby) L. Parmar, Andrew C. Wicks, R. Edward Freeman

    Moderator: Jonathan Doh (Villanova University), JMS General Editor

    To register for the Webinar please email Joanne Cheseldine at business.jms@durham.ac.uk Prior to the webinar, registrants will be emailed a Zoom link.

    Joanne Cheseldine
    Journal of Managment Studies