Every researcher hopes to receive a Revise & Resubmit decision for the manuscript they submit. However, most early-career researchers do not know exactly how to respond to the feedback from the editor and reviewers once they receive an R&R.
In this workshop, we will work together to address the 1st round of comments from the reviewers of the paper: Jaskiewicz, Combs, and Rau (2015). Entrepreneurial legacy: Toward a theory of how some family firms nurture transgenerational entrepreneurship. (The paper was eventually published in the Journal of Business Venturing).
During the workshop, attendees will learn the do’s and don’t of drafting quality response letters and thus become equipped to successfully address their own R&Rs.
How does it work?
Upon registration, you will be able to access the classroom and the material. Specifically, you will have the opportunity to read the original paper and attempt to review it. After this, you will also be able to access the journal review, compare it with your own, and try to draft a response letter to the reviewers. You are encouraged to engage in these exercises before the workshop.
During the workshop, Peter will guide you through some content and will explain how he addressed the comments in the response letter, providing you with some good advice and best practices to approach this critical task.
REGISTER HERE: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMuce-hpj0rE9GfwtOlGC8im-1FSodEjhhM
Please note that the link to Google Classroom will be provided in your confirmation email from Zoom
researched family businesses during both his doctoral studies at the European Business School in Oestrich-Winkel, and while visiting INSEAD, Fontainebleau, and IESE Business School, Barcelona. Today, he is a Full Professor of family enterprise at the Telfer School of Management in Ottawa, where he holds a University Research Chair in Enduring Entrepreneurship and leads the Family Enterprise Legacy Institute. His findings on family business have received numerous awards and were considered among the most globally influential scholarship in 2013, 2015, and 2017. Peter has presented his research insights to members of the European Parliament, the European Commission, and employees of the United Nations. In addition, he has also worked with the federal government in Canada. He is an associate editor of the leading journal in the family business field—the Family Business Review—and of the pioneering knowledge-sharing platform—familybusiness.org. He has been a visiting professor at Zhejiang University (China), Sorbonne Business School and University de Nanterre (both France), and King’s College (United Kingdom), and is a frequent keynote speaker at both academic and practitioner conferences. He trains family business professionals on succession planning and, in his advising practice, provides support to the development of responsible Next Gen owners and effective Next Gen teams.