2014 IFERA Doctoral and Faculty Development Consortiums 

Program: 24 June 2014

Time

Doctoral Consortium – Beginner (DCB)

Doctoral Consortium – Advanced (DCA)

Faculty Development Consortium (FDC)

9:00

Coffee and registration

9:15

Goel/Jussila

Welcome and information about the logistics of the day 

9:30

 

Heidi Tuominen

Writing an article - the first few steps
 

Matti Koiranen 

How to select and develop the dissertation topic/theme
 

Michael Pratt 

Incorporating identity theory in family business research

10:15

 Coffee

10:30

 

Breakout Session

2 students + 1 or 2 faculty per group
 

Tanja Kontinen

Use of case studies in family business research – alternative approaches
 

Torsten Pieper

Reviewing family business research and responding to reviewers

11:15

 

Massimo Bau / Esra Memili

Doctoral program survival strategies
 

Breakout session 1

2/3 students + 2 faculty per group
 

Ted Greenstein

Managing early stage career

12:30

Lunch

1:30

 

Michael Pratt

Publishing qualitative research in top-tier journals

2:30

 

Alberto Gimeno 

Mastering the literature review
  

Gonzalo Gomez Betancourt

Accessing families – helping families while collecting testable data

3:00

Coffee

3:15

 

Michael Pratt

What makes a good doctoral student
 

Breakout Session 2

2/3 students + 2 faculty per group
  

Giorgia D’Allura, Frank Lambrechts, Ramona Zachary

Developing and Teaching Family Business Courses

4:30

 

Ted Greenstein

Methods to measure the family in family business research 

5:15

 

Goel/Jussila

Conclusion and acknowledgments

 Consortium Manager: Claudia Binz Astrachan