So, the 28th Annual British Academy of Management Conference is now over. Something approaching 800 delegates (total attendees, including late registrations) have considered over 650 papers, workshops and symposia over the last three days, on three adjacent sites centred on the Belfast Waterfront complex. Overall, the conference was well-run—although not without some interesting nuances. A few reflections, based on my experience:
Next year, the conference will be held in Portsmouth, on the south coast of England. I've marked my diary.
Thoughts on corporate governance, strategy and boardcraft; our place in the world; and other topics that catch my attention.