Conference: Leading disruptive change in Asia

07/4/2018 09:00 am 07/6/2018 05:00 pm Australia/Melbourne Conference: Leading disruptive change in Asia

As nearly 60 per cent of the world's population reside in Asia, the region has increasingly evolved into the hub of global diversity and innovation.

Asia has become the top foreign direct investment (FDI) destination in the world capturing a third of the $1.76 trillion in global FDI share.

The implications for leaders of organisations operating in Asia are enormous,.

Participation to the second Lead in Asia Conference is open to scholars, practitioners, observers, and anyone with an interest in topics pertinent to leadership and organisational behavior/human resources.

Submissions based on theoretical or empirical investigations that employ various methodologies and highlight a specific leadership and Organisational Behavior topics are invited.

Paper submissions close 28 February 2018.

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Keynote speakers

Professor Bill HarleyProfessor Bill Harley

Professor Bill Harley is Professor of Management, James Riady Chair of Asian Business, and Associate of the Centre for Workplace Leadership, in the Faculty of Business and Economics at The University of Melbourne.

His work focuses primarily on employee responses to new management practices, particularly so-called ‘high performance work systems’. Throughout his academic career, the central question motivating Bill’s work has been how government policy and managerial practice shape the ways that employees work and what this means for their work and non-work lives.

In his keynote address, Bill will speak on the leading high performance work practices in Asia in light of the challenges and opportunities brought about by disruptive changes in the region.

Dr Cynthia CherreyDr Cynthia Cherrey

Cynthia Cherrey is President and CEO of the International Leadership Association (ILA), a global network of leadership scholars, educators, and practitioners. Previously, Cynthia served as Lecturer in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and Vice President for Campus Life at Princeton University.

As president of a multi-sector professional association, she is an expert at working in the intersections and crossing the borders and boundaries organisations encounter. Cynthia consults and speaks to non-profit and for-profit organisations around the world on leadership and organisational change.

Cynthia publishes in the areas of leadership, organizational development, and higher education including co-authoring Systemic Leadership: Enriching the Meaning of our Work, co-editing ILA’s Building Leadership Bridges book series, and co-editing Women and Leadership Around the World.

Professor Kevin LoweProfessor Kevin Lowe

Kevin B. Lowe is Professor of Leadership in the Business School at the University of Sydney.

A recognised leader in the field of leadership, Kevin is on ten editorial boards including The Leadership Quarterly (Associate Editor), Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Leadership, Journal of World Business, and Group and Organization Management.

His research has garnered a number of awards including twice winning the Best Paper of the Year Award from The Leadership Quarterly, the Article of the Decade Award from the Journal of International Business Studies, and the Decennial Influential Article Award from The Leadership Quarterly. In 2017 he received an Emerald Citation of Excellence, recognising articles of high impact over the most recent three years (2014-2016), for his review and extension of the field of followership.

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Event Details

Date:
4 July 2018 at 9:00 am – 6 July 2018 at 5:00 pm
Venue:
Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and Spa, Bali, Indonesia
Categories:
Management

Description

As nearly 60 per cent of the world's population reside in Asia, the region has increasingly evolved into the hub of global diversity and innovation.

Asia has become the top foreign direct investment (FDI) destination in the world capturing a third of the $1.76 trillion in global FDI share.

The implications for leaders of organisations operating in Asia are enormous,.

Participation to the second Lead in Asia Conference is open to scholars, practitioners, observers, and anyone with an interest in topics pertinent to leadership and organisational behavior/human resources.

Submissions based on theoretical or empirical investigations that employ various methodologies and highlight a specific leadership and Organisational Behavior topics are invited.

Paper submissions close 28 February 2018.

Find out more

Keynote speakers

Professor Bill HarleyProfessor Bill Harley

Professor Bill Harley is Professor of Management, James Riady Chair of Asian Business, and Associate of the Centre for Workplace Leadership, in the Faculty of Business and Economics at The University of Melbourne.

His work focuses primarily on employee responses to new management practices, particularly so-called ‘high performance work systems’. Throughout his academic career, the central question motivating Bill’s work has been how government policy and managerial practice shape the ways that employees work and what this means for their work and non-work lives.

In his keynote address, Bill will speak on the leading high performance work practices in Asia in light of the challenges and opportunities brought about by disruptive changes in the region.

Dr Cynthia CherreyDr Cynthia Cherrey

Cynthia Cherrey is President and CEO of the International Leadership Association (ILA), a global network of leadership scholars, educators, and practitioners. Previously, Cynthia served as Lecturer in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and Vice President for Campus Life at Princeton University.

As president of a multi-sector professional association, she is an expert at working in the intersections and crossing the borders and boundaries organisations encounter. Cynthia consults and speaks to non-profit and for-profit organisations around the world on leadership and organisational change.

Cynthia publishes in the areas of leadership, organizational development, and higher education including co-authoring Systemic Leadership: Enriching the Meaning of our Work, co-editing ILA’s Building Leadership Bridges book series, and co-editing Women and Leadership Around the World.

Professor Kevin LoweProfessor Kevin Lowe

Kevin B. Lowe is Professor of Leadership in the Business School at the University of Sydney.

A recognised leader in the field of leadership, Kevin is on ten editorial boards including The Leadership Quarterly (Associate Editor), Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Leadership, Journal of World Business, and Group and Organization Management.

His research has garnered a number of awards including twice winning the Best Paper of the Year Award from The Leadership Quarterly, the Article of the Decade Award from the Journal of International Business Studies, and the Decennial Influential Article Award from The Leadership Quarterly. In 2017 he received an Emerald Citation of Excellence, recognising articles of high impact over the most recent three years (2014-2016), for his review and extension of the field of followership.

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