The goal of this AIB-sponsored webinar is to bring major actors working in the sustainable development research and education space together to discuss the ways in which the goals and interests of these groups are aligned. Speakers will explain the many ways in which their resources can be shared for the common purpose of learning, teaching, and researching sustainability issues.
Among the major actors working in the sustainable development research and education space are the Sustainability Shared Interest Group and Women in the Academy of International Business, as well as the SDG Community of Practice of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network. The goal of this AIB-sponsored webinar is to bring these actors together to discuss the ways in which their goals and interests are aligned.
In our workshop, four early-career scholars (all of whom are Sustainability SIG officers) shed light on their learning journeys, discussing diverse pathways, challenges, and building blocks of their careers. The speakers welcome an interactive debate with the audience, sharing insights about success and failures as well as best practice advice on building impactful careers as engaged scholars in the field.
AIB's Research Methods Shared Interest Group (RM-SIG) seeks to advance the quality, diversity and understanding of research methodologies in international business, and to promote innovation in research methodologies. This free, public webinar seeks to educate the IB community on current best practices in responsible scholarship, both within our field and in the realm of business practice.
This webinar showcases the articles that comprise the recent AIB Insights Special Issue, published in conjunction with the AIB Sustainability Shared Interest Group, on the topic of Managing Sustainable Development in International Business. Participants will provide novel and actionable insights about the crucial roles that multinational enterprises are playing in achieving sustainable development.
Relatively few articles are published in IB journals with qualitative data. This is surprising, given that qualitative data can reveal new theoretical pathways that are important to cross-border business. This webinar will describe the unique attributes of qualitative manuscripts that require reviewers and editors to take a different approach than they take with quantitative manuscripts and move beyond their unconscious biases.
The webinar features experienced educators who will discuss experiential learning projects they use in their classrooms and best practices associated with experiential teaching and learning. The webinar will cover variety of experiential learning projects, including COIL, virtual study abroad, virtual study abroad, and examples of in-class projects and experiences that enrich learning of our students.