International Organisational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities Conference 2019 at the University of Sussex, UK 


We are delighted to invite proposals for a limited number of thematic tracks for the OLKC 2019 conference!

The general conference theme is going to focus on issues related to the interaction of organisational members, organisations, institutions and practices with the increasing trends of workplace digitisation, and explore the implications of this process for organisation studies and management practice.

In addition to this, the conference is going to provide space for a limited number of specialist tracks broadly related to the main conference theme.

The aim of thematic tracks is to provide specific research themes for paper submissions. These sessions will be managed by sub-chairs as part of the general paper submission and final programme.

Sub-chairs will be responsible for promoting their track to potential authors, identifying and allocating reviewers, and curating conference sessions. Tracks will require a minimum of 4, and a maximum of 12 accepted papers.

Proposals should consist of a title, proposed sub-chair/s for the session, a list of 2–3 key people who will assist in managing the track submissions, track context and an outline (up to 250 words), and a brief list of references (up to 5) to indicate the track scope.

Please submit your thematic track proposals by September 30th, 2018 by email to Dmitrijs Kravcenko ( with “OLKC thematic track” in the subject line.