Knowledge & Learning Special Interest Group

a special interest group of the British Academy of Management

About the SIG

The purpose of the Knowledge and Learning SIG is to act as a network that facilitates the development of knowledge in the interdisciplinary areas that take as their focus the processes associated with knowledge and learning. These include: management learning, organisational learning, organisational development and knowledge management. The SIG organises a track at the BAM conference annually, holds seminars and workshops, maintains a SIG website.


The SIG Committee is currently:

Leonard Holmes (University of Roehampton ) - Chair
Liz Houldsworth (Henley Business School)
Catherine Kelly (Doctoral Student, University of Roehampton)
Efrosyni Konstantinou (University College London)
Christine Rivers (University of Surrey)
Alan Tait (University of Portsmouth)

Contacting the SIG

The SIG welcomes contact with all of those with an interest in knowledge and learning. Whilst the SIG acts as a forum for academic debate, practitioner participation is also important in creating a synergy between theory and practice. If you would like to be added to our mailing list, or contribute to the activities and success of the SIG, e-mail