Newsletters & Reports

October 2019


CML Community – Cast Series*

Being successful, thinking strategically about how to develop and support staff and tips for management education & graduates  

This month we interviewed Richard Maybury, IoD Surrey Chair & Managing Consultant Attitude Solutions. Richard shared his views on staff development, growth strategies and surviving the fast paced working environment.  

Clip 1: Are you working hard but you are not successful?

Clip 2: Why are staff support interventions always taking place at the point of pain instead of the point of growth?

Clip 3: Why do SMEs develop people more at the point of growth than at the point of pain and what can we learn about that?

Clip 4: Where should graduates start their first graduate job to get the most support?

Clip 5: What can we as a business school do to support students in being able to survive the fast pacing world of work?

*All CML Casts are released via Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn, so follow us @cmlsurrey or myself @CBRivers and on LinkedIn


CML Team – We are growing!

The CML Team has grown and we welcome our new members to the Centre: Ben Brabon, Anna Holland, Will Lanham-New, Chris Mahon, Osama Khan, Erivan White, Nicholas Edwards, Heidi Hazeu, Paul Schoonenberg. You can have a look at our CML Team Profiles here. From November onwards will feature one member per month and share their great contributions to Management Education. So watch out who will be introduced in November 2019.


CML Research & Grants

SAMS/BAM Research and Capacity Building Grant Scheme

The Society for the Advancement of Management Studies (SAMS) and the British Academy of Management (BAM) have announced that the online application form for the SAMS/BAM Research and Capacity Building Grant Scheme is now available by registering at: https://bam.grantplatform.com. SAMS/BAM Research and Capacity Building grants are aimed at researchers who want to develop an empirical research project that:

  • Enables capacity building by bringing together a group of researchers from at least two HE institutions, including early career as well as experienced researchers
  • Produces novel conceptual outcomes based on rigorous, innovative use of methods and by developing original ways of thinking to address complex management problems
  • Demonstrates the social value of management research conducted in the public interest

The maximum value of each award is £150,000. The duration of projects will be between 24 months (minimum) and 36 months (maximum). The application deadline is 30th September 2019, 17:00 (BST). For further information please click here https://www.bam.ac.uk/grant-schemes. If you have any questions on the entry process, please contact the British Academy of Management Grants Administrator, Stuart Hull, by email at grants@bam.ac.uk.

Journal for Management Education (JME) – Special Issues – Call for Submission

JME has three special issue calls open at the moment, which all are very relevant and fitting with current development in Management Education. Deadlines vary for each Special Issue (1st of September and 31st of October 2019). Please click here for more detailed information https://journals.sagepub.com/home/jme (Please note “Click here for more information” in the picture is not enabled.)


CML Events – external CPD opportunity & MOOCs

Understanding linguistic and cultural boundaries of clients, customers & suppliers

21st of October 2019

Venue: futurelearn online MOOC

Doris Dippold, Senior Lecturer in Intercultural Communication, School of Literature & Languages, FASS, Surrey offers another online CPD course to reflect on your language use and improve the effectiveness of your communicative strategies with clients, customers and suppliers. The course runs over 4 weeks and requires approx. 3h per week study times. Successful participants receive a certificate of participation. Please register soon as only 250 places are available on this course. Sign up:  https://www.futurelearn.com/invitations/surrey/communicating-with-diverse-audiences/4nqa0qm5kfex950kdrr8hzk4q75dkmk

Becoming Education-Focussed Professor

11th November 2019

Venue: Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University

The Becoming an Education-focussed Professor programme is aimed specifically at supporting and developing business school academics on a Teaching and Scholarship track. The session on the 11th of November will focus on Developing Disciplinary/ Discovery Research. For more information about the session please click here. To register for this even please click on the Education-focussed Professor programme link above.  

CML & CABS Joint workshop – Technology PlayPen

20th of November 2019, 9.30 am – 4 pm

Venue: University of Liverpool, London

Dr Will Lanham-New, Anna Holland and Dr Christine Rivers will deliver a “technology play-pen” workshop on the 20th of November at University of Liverpool in London. For further information please click here https://charteredabs.org/events/the-technology-playpen/ Please note this is a joint workshop offered by CABS and CML.


CML Programme & Staff Development

Postgraduate Certificate in Management Education – Recruiting now for 2020

All students of the PGCert ME 2019 have now successfully completed their studies. Rita Lewis joins the Marketing and Retail Department as an Associate Tutor, so does Rhian Jones who will carry out some associate work for the School of Hospitality and Tourism. We congratulate all our students.

Applications are now open for our next intake 2020. If you know a practitioner who is interested in transitioning into Management Education or would like to get more involved in business school teaching please forward my details or share the PGCert in Management Education website link: https://www.surrey.ac.uk/postgraduate/management-education-pgcert-2019

 If you have any stories/ success you would like to share with the CML network please contact us: cml@surrey.ac.uk & Keep informed via twitter @cmlsurrey.

Best wishes from the CML team T