Call for White Papers
Call for White Papers
The Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP) is pleased to announce the Change Management 2019 Call for White Papers is officially open.
ACMP welcomes papers aimed from novice to expert-level practitioners, and, each submission must include original content clearly related to change management without intention to promote commercial products or services.
This is a unique opportunity to share your ideas, concepts, case studies and proven methods with the ACMP change management community because “CHANGE is UNIVERSAL” and we want to hear from YOU!
Deadline for Submissions is December 31, 2018
Paper Topics Include
Best Practices and Case StudiesThis category includes papers which describe best practices from the experiences of other change practitioners.
- Papers in this category should provide real-life examples of change management implementation and lessons learned or application of various tools and models (not simply a description of a model)
- Papers should also include specific examples of how you addressed challenges such as resistance or sponsorship and provide measures of success
Conceptual Models in Change ManagementThis category includes change management theory around innovation, emerging trends, value or the future of change management.
- Examples could include an idea on global change management and the importance of culture, methods for integrating change management methodologies into Agile project management methodologies, or a conceptual model for initial or continuing education of change management practitioners
Special Interest and Other TopicsThis area provides an opportunity to address specific industries such as government, healthcare and manufacturing.
- Other examples could be change management in the context of project management, business analysis, organizational development or consulting with emphasis on specific methodologies applicable to these contexts
One author from each of the top three papers will receive one complimentary registration to Change Management 2019.
Additional details and submission guidelines are available on the application form.
ACMP looks forward to all submissions. For more information, please contact: email@example.com.
To be eligible, all papers must be received by December 31, 2018, at 11:59 pm (PST) and meet the following requirements:
- All papers must be submitted via our online application system.
- Papers should be between 2,500 to 3,500 words and must adhere to ACMP formatting guidelines, available here.
- Authors must include an abstract accurately summarizing the topic and focus of the paper (about 100 to 200 words) and author’s bio (75 words or fewer).
- Content must be structured clearly and provide an introduction (executive summary), results and observations, and conclusion.
- Content should be technically correct and be of interest to a wide audience of organizational change management practitioners.
- Submissions cannot be previously published in their current or similar form.
- Papers commercial in tone and/or intended to be promotional in nature will not be considered.
- Authors are required to agree to a contributor’s agreement permitting ACMP to publish papers across various channels.
- Any written content including graphics and images from third parties must have written permission for use.
- One paper per author will be accepted. A second author is permitted with the understanding that the two authors will each receive a 50 percent discount off the lowest conference registration rate, if deemed to be one of the top three papers.
- All papers must be submitted in English. Authors are strongly encouraged to have his or her work reviewed and proofread before submittal.
All submissions will be reviewed by the White Paper Selection Committee composed of ACMP members. The Committee is composed of 10-20 volunteers, each paper is reviewed by multiple committee members and scored. The committee will reach its decision for all accepted papers as well as the top-three winning and notify all authors by March 14, 2019.