Trinity Business School has demonstrated its support for EURAM by assisting in the EURAM 2020 Scientific Conference.
The EURAM 2020 ConferenceOrganized by the European Community of Interested Management Scholars EURAM (European Academy of Management), will be attended by leading academics who discuss the main challenges these institutions are currently facing.
As part of the conference, which will be held from December 4 to 6, the institution and invested scientists will seek to address the major challenges facing businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Plans discussed at the conference included using the latest business research to address pressing environmental issues and destructive technologies.
The EURAM 2020 conference will be held virtually from 4 to 6 December
The EURAM 2020 conference with the support of Trinity Business School will be held virtually from 4 to 6 December.
The conference program committee will consist of key academics and business researchers, including; Conference Chair Andrew Burke (from Trinity Business School at Trinity College Dublin), Vice President for Conferences Eitor Ivar Johnson (from Akademias & Copenhagen Business School, Denmark) and Vice President for Strategic Interest Groups Remy Jardat (from Eure University). -Val d’Esson, France).
The committee will be joined by senior industry leaders, including Danny McCoy, IBEC CEO, Katriona Hallahan, Managing Director of Microsoft Ireland, and John Herlichy, Vice President and Managing Director (EMEA) of LinkedIn.
Conference “Opportunity to look inside and out”
Professor Catherine M. Moslaine, President of EURAM and the HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, expressed satisfaction with this development.
“I am impressed with the development and sustainability of EURAM. As a founding member I still remember its beginning 20 years ago.
“As I now, in 2020, begin my presidency, EURAM has more than 2,000 members – management scientists in Europe and beyond. The annual EURAM 2020 conference will give us an opportunity to look inside and out.
“More than ever, there are opportunities to use, the future is now. There is much to be done to make our economy, healthcare structures, and nonprofits thrive again. Let us together help our Academy to continue to mature, grow in quality and quantity and strengthen the desire of all of us to serve society together! ”
Professor Andrew Burke, dean of Trinity Business School, confirmed these hopes for the upcoming conference.
“We were looking forward to this conference in Dublin, but the Covid-19 pandemic forced us to innovate, so EURAM will hold its first online conference.
Coincidentally, the EURAM 2020 conference, which focuses on “Business of the Present,” where business school research is used to provide leadership and address urgent issues, itself catapulted into an innovative online conference as a result of restrictions imposed by Covid’s social distance requirements. -19 and travel restrictions. I think this opens the topic of our conference soon. “
Earlier this year, Trinity Business School has teamed up with the Irish Business Confederation Ibec launch a series of workshops and seminars for businesses on the impact of COVID-19.
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