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Global Academic Network for Doctoral Researchers in Operations Management. Established: 2005. Introduction to GANOM and Invitation to Join the Network. http://www.seminar.hec.ulg.ac.be/Ganom/. Presidents Message. Dear researcher,
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Global Academic Network for Doctoral Researchers in Operations Management
Introduction to GANOM
and Invitation to Join the Network
GANOM was established due a desire to share knowledge and experiences with friends from around the world in the area of operations management at the 2005 EIASM doctoral seminar in research methodology for OM. As you well know a PhD is a very demanding time, by finding researchers in your area and friends we can support one another to achieve. In the future, we hope to meet at conferences, arrange seminars and possibly provide opportunities to work together on publications globally.
This presentation sets out to discover and establish a network for researchers by providing web forums, discussion groups, personal webpage's and networking events to support one another's research. Within, this world there are possibly a number of people who actually could understand your research!, but how do we find these people? We hope GANOM will achieve this, and grow in size to encourage all researchers in our field to come together and contact one another and share experiences.
On behalf of GANOM’s establishing team we hope you will want to be a part, contribute and tell your fellow researchers. We hope to see you at the first GANOM forums and networking events. Together we can achieve greatly, we have an opportunity to build a network that will be there to help future researchers. And provide the opportunity to maintain professional friendships when we have achieved our doctorates.
If you have any queries you wish to raise or want to know how you can contribute, then please contact me.
President. firstname.lastname@example.org or
Doctoral Researcher, hong.qiao.phd.03@Cranfield.ac.uk (Hong, General Secretary)
Aston Business School, Birmingham UK
Honorary PresidentWalter Chung
Prof. Christer Karlsson
Vice-President for Marketing and CommunicationMaud Bay
Vice-Presidents for Knowledge Advancement and DevelopmentAndreas Brinkhoff and Aleksandr Miina
Vice-Presidents for Membership and Local CoordinatorsWalter Chung (Asia & Australia) Gregory Coraux (Europe) Mirko Kremer (America) Mark Moonen (Africa) Claus Seiding (North Countries)
Vice-Presidents for Network ActivitiesYana Selioukova and Jenny Bäckstrand
Founding MembersBelgium : Maud Bay (Liège) Mark Moonen (Leuven) Brazil : Paulo Cauchick (Sao Paulo) Danemark : Claus Seiding (Aalborg)
Estonia : Aleksandr Miina (Tallinn) Finland : Jukka Borgman (Helsinki) Yana Selioukova (Lappeenranta) Virpi Turkulainen (Hut)
France : Grégory Coraux (Genève) Germany : Andreas Brinkhoff (Münster) Mirko Kremer (Mannheim)
Hong Kong : Walter Chung (Hong Kong) Ireland : Mark Whelan (Limerick)
Netherlands : Niels Agatz (Rotterdam) Hans Moonen (Rotterdam) João Quariguasi (Rotterdam) Bart Van Hezewijk (Rotterdam)
Norway : Umar Burki (Molde) Sweden : Jenny Bäckstrand (Jönköping)
United Kingdom : Miles Weaver (West Midlands)Trevor Cadden (County Antrim) Hong Qiao (Cranfield)
Knowledge Sharing and Exchange:
Concept and Process:
Visit our website and have your own page:
Join our MSN Group:
Contact the General Secretary: