Who we are
The Irish Academy of Management (IAM) is the leading professional association for management studies, research and education on the island of Ireland. The academy was formed in 1997, when a group of academic staff and postgraduate students met at Dublin City University. During that meeting, the constitution was adopted, and the Academy has since grown to over 300 members. We registered as a Charity in 2016.
What we do
The purpose of the Irish Academy of Management is to promote the advancement of research, knowledge and education in the field of organisation and management studies.
|Enable the advancement of Ireland’s scholarly contribution to business and management, policy and practice for the benefit of society.||Promote and support business and management scholars on the island of Ireland, and help inform practice and policy for the benefit of society.||
Pursue new ideas, embrace all scholars, and advance business and management research, policy, and practice through the collective scholarship of our members.
To further its purpose, the Academy pursues the following goals,
- Build an inclusive, diverse community of scholars
- Champion responsible business and management education, research and thought leadership
- Encourage the highest quality business and management research, education and practice
- Foster open respectful debate, cooperation and collaboration within the Academy
- Mentor early career scholars
- Stimulate research and the exchange of ideas within the wider business community
- Build wider appreciation and acceptance of the science and practice of management
- Contribute to national and international debates on business and management