Professor Helen Shipton is awarded Fellowship of the British Academy of Management
Professor Helen Shipton, from Nottingham Business School (NBS), has been awarded Fellowship of the British Academy of Management in recognition of her outstanding Academic contributions.
Nottingham Business School (NBS) lecturer, Professor Helen Shipton has been awarded Fellowship of the British Academy of Management. This is awarded to recognise scholars who have a strong international profile of high-quality research, who have made an outstanding Academic contribution to Business and Management scholarship, as well as demonstrating a significant contribution to the community of scholars in the field and within BAM.
The purpose of the Fellowship College is to promote the highest calibre of UK research in management and business on a global stage, progress research-led teaching and support the highest standards in all areas of management education. This involves fostering scholarly intellectual capital; raising international visibility; influencing international and national policy; building research and teaching capacity; building and maintaining alliances with cognate partners; furthering links with practice; supporting BAM activities; leading debate on issues of national, regional and international importance in management education.
Helen has been invited to serve as Associate Editor for Human Resource Management Journal (HRMJ), an ABS-rated 4* ‘Journal of Distinction’. Human Resource Management Journal is a scholarly journal which seeks to promote the understanding of HRM to academics and practicing managers. It aims to provide an international forum for discussion and debate and to stress the critical importance of people management to wider economic, political and social concerns. The journal is essential reading for everyone involved in human resource management and is the only HRM journal to be endorsed by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. Due to Helen’s close working relationship with the CIPD, she will act as a point of liaison for initiatives such as the CIPD Applied Research Conference.