10th International Doctoral Consortium

Last updated, 9 Feb 2021
Additional info: 
IDC 10 Virtual Mode
Type: 
Location: 
Anáhuac University, Mexico
Date: 
08/06/2021 to 11/06/2021

Anáhuac University (Campus Norte) is pleased to host the International Doctoral Consortium 2021 IDC 10. IDC 10 is an annual forum that provides a platform for dialogue between researchers and PhD students to expose different projects in critical management studies. IDC 10 is also a vehicle to help to create and sustain a network of researchers. The consortium is:

  • 1) generally critical,
  • 2) broadly qualitative,
  • 3) highly developmental,
  • 4) very supportive,
  • 5) intimate,
  • 6) international,
  • 7) involves leading scholars, and
  • 8) run and developed by doctoral students.

GUIDELINES FOR STUDENTS’ PRESENTATIONS

OVERVIEW:

The focus of the consortium is to provide PhD students with the opportunity to exchange their ideas both formally and informally through various workshops, student presentations and social gatherings. To maximize the experience, we ask that students come prepared with presentations, with questions for exploration (roundtable and dissertation proposals, only), open to feedback, and ready to engage. The overall environment is supportive and focused on learning.

 

PAPER PRESENTATION:

General description: Students will be given 10 minutes to present their paper followed by a 5 minute Q+A period. Symposium organizers will divide students into groups and assign presenters to specific sessions. These presentations will be delivered in a classroom where audience members will include faculty, other presenters, and attendees. Each session will be chaired by a faculty member and students will be able to receive feedback from the audience.

Materials: Paper presenters may use PowerPoint or other visuals; laptop with Internet connection will be available. Visual presentations are not required.

 

ROUNDTABLE PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

Each roundtable will have four or five student presenters, a moderator and interested attendees. Symposium organizers will put students into groups and assign presenters to specific sessions. There may be multiple roundtables taking place in the same room. Roundtable sessions allow maximum interaction among presenters and attendees. Each presenter will deliver a 10 minute talk about their project; included in this time students should prepare 2-3 questions for further discussion. Instead of fielding questions immediately after each talk, all presenters at a particular roundtable will deliver their talk in turn. When everyone has completed their individual talks, the faculty moderator will help facilitate questions and discussion raised by individual projects as well as the themes and questions that span multiple projects. The big advantage of roundtables is that it allows for rich conversations among participants.

Materials: Roundtable presenters may bring an abstract or other one-page handout. This is not required.

 

DISSERTATION PROPOSAL PRESENTATION

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

Students will be given 15 minutes total to present an overview of their work and get feedback. Students are encouraged to either get feedback during or at the end of the presentation. Please come with developmental questions and areas of inquiry. The goal of these presentations is for the student to gather as much feedback as possible from faculty and colleagues. These presentations will be delivered in a classroom; audience members will include faculty, other presenters, and attendees.

Materials: Paper presenters may use PowerPoint or other visuals; laptop with Internet connection will be available. Visual presentations are not required.