Academy of Management Learning and Education
The year Learning and Education was first published
Ranking out of 217 journals in the category of "Management"
Ranking out of 243 journals in the category of "Education and Educational Research"
3.274 Impact Factor
4.902 Five-Year Impact Factor
*2018 Journal Citation Reports
Learning and Education publishes quarterly in March, June, September and December
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Upcoming Special Issues
Rationality and Management Learning and Education: Reconceiving and Reinvigorating the Role of Reason in Managerial Practice
Scheduled for Publication: September 2020
This special issue raises three grounding questions for management learning and education:
- In what sense is rational action the aim for management learning and education?
- How do we cultivate rational managers and workplaces?
- In studying management learning and education, what alternative conceptions of rationality emerge?
- Morten Sørensen Thaning, Copenhagen Business School
- Mike Zundel, University of Liverpool
- Alessia Contu, University of Massachusetts, Boston
- Russ Vince, University of Bath
- Robin Holt, Copenhagen Business School
New Histories of Business Schools and How They May Inspire New Futures
Scheduled for Publication: June 2021
We might do well to re-examine what we are doing and show the executive judgment and courage necessary to implement radical change (Khurana & Spender 2012: 636).
Business schools are the institutional locus of management learning and education. In recent years, we have gained a greater understanding of how their structures, processes, and power dynamics influence pedagogy and curricula, management theory and research, faculty, students, graduates and society more broadly. We are also witnessing growing research into, and discussion about, the relative lack of innovation in management theory development, research, pedagogy, and curricula (Alvesson & Sandberg, 2012). While there have been a small number of inspirational works that have sought to push us towards changing business schools (Augier and March, 2011; Hassard, 2012; Khurana 2007; Spender, 2016), they have not yet spurred the change we might have hoped for.
- Patricia Genoe McLaren, Wilfrid Laurier University
- JC Spender, Kozminski University
- Stephen Cummings, Victoria University of Wellington
- Ellen O’Connor, Dominican University of California
- Christina Lubinski, University of California
- Todd Bridgman, Victoria University of Wellington
- Gabrielle Durepos, Mount Saint Vincent University
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Learning and Education Strategies for Scholarly Impact: Influencing Regulation, Policy and Society through Research
Scheduled for Publication: September 2022
We define scholarly impact as an “auditable or recordable occasion of influence” arising out of research (Haley, Page, Pitsis, Rivas and Yu, 2017); this special issue will explore influence through research on communities that include not just scholars, but also other external and internal stakeholders such as regulators, policymakers, managers, students and society at large.
- Usha C. V. Haley, Wichita State University (editorial contact: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Sir Cary L. Cooper, University of Manchester
- Andrew J. Hoffman, University of Michigan
- Tyrone S. Pitsis, Durham University
- Danna Greenberg, Babson College
- Paul Hibbert, University of St. Andrews