ISBE 2019 Workshops

In addition to plenary and parallel sessions during the ISBE conference, we are pleased to offer a number of interactive workshops to delegates. All workshops will take place at the conference venue, Crowne Plaza Newcastle. 

THURSDAY 14TH NOVEMBER

ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENT AND THE SOCIAL ECONOMY
13.00 – 14.00, Thursday, 14th November
Locomotion 1, Crowne Plaza

Sponsored by ISBE’s Entrepreneurship Studies Network SIG, this workshop will focus on alternative investment and the social economy, highlighting published articles and other research in progress. The session will also include the AGM of the ESN SIG to which all are warmly invited.

For more details, please click here.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIOUR & RESEARCH (IJEBR)
13.00 – 14.00, Thursday, 14th November
Locomotion 2, Crowne Plaza

The session will provide the annual report for the ISBE journal the “International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research” and will discuss the journal performance in terms of published papers, submissions, downloads and the latest special issue calls. The session will also offer a question and answer session. The session will be delivered by the Editor in chief Professor Paul Jones.

For more details, please click here.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR PSYCHOLOGY IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH
13.00 – 14.00, Thursday, 14th November
Invicta Suite, Crowne Plaza

Psychology of Entrepreneurship and Small Business logoSponsored by ISBE’s new Psychology of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Community of Interest, this workshop will bring together researchers who are interested in psychology theories/aspects in entrepreneurship research, in order to stimulate cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural collaborations. The session will also include the AGM of the Community of Interest to which all are warmly invited.

For more details, please click here.

UKRI FUTURE RESEARCH LEADERS FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME
13.00 – 14.00, Thursday 14th November
Northumbrian Suite, Crowne Plaza

Professor Julia Rouse has recently been part of the panel that assesses the UKRI Future Research Leaders Fellowship programme (https://www.ukri.org/funding/funding-opportunities/future-leaders-fellowships/).

In this informal session, Julia will share her understanding of the scheme and what it takes to be competitive. The session may be helpful to anyone within 1-8 years of completing their PhD (or even slightly longer if they have had career breaks) and to ISBE members supporting colleagues in their career development.

For more details, please click here

FRIDAY 15th NOVEMBER

PRACTICE & IMPACT (P&I) PANEL EVENT 
11.45 – 13.00, Friday 15th November
Room UTC:101


“Scholars don’t know about entrepreneurship; entrepreneurs do”: How can we connect research and practice?

Join this Practice and Impact SIG panel event where we will bring academics and practitioners together to debate and consider how to bridge gaps in engagement between these communities.

For more details, please click here.

BRINGING THE REAL WORLD INTO YOUR ENTREPRENEURSHIP CLASSROOM: THE POTENTIAL OF CASE STUDIES
12.30 – 14.00, Friday 15th November
Locomotion 1, Crowne Plaza

Organised by The Case Centre, the independent home of the case method, the intended outcome of this workshop is that you become more aware of the potential of cases in your teaching – and the various types of cases and case material you might use – and more confident and committed to use them.

Numbers are strictly limited; please book early to avoid disappointment.

For more details, please click here.

HOW TO COMMUNICATE RESEARCH BEYOND ACADEMIA
14.00 – 15.30, Friday 15th November
Room UTC:101

In partnership with ISBE’s Practice & Impact Special Interest Group, this workshop will draw on Research Retold’s experience of working with researchers across 10 UK universities to create visual and accessible summaries, presented at high-profile forums to governments, the private sector and global institutions.

Limited 25 places available. To register, and for further information, please click here

Also taking place prior to ISBE 2019 on Wednesday, November the 13th is the ISBE 2019 Space for Engagement (SfE): Entrepreneurial Stakeholder Workshop. This is a free event but prior registration is required – please sign up at https://isbe.org.uk/isbe-2019/registration/

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