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  • 1.  Hello MED from AMLE

    Posted 09-07-2023 08:21

    Hello MED Community, 

    It was a pleasure to briefly say hello to colleagues from MED at this year's AOM conference during the feedback session toward the end of the AOM meeting. 

    I just wanted to reach out here and reiterate how closely the work of colleagues within MED division is related to the aims and scope of AMLE (not only AMLE, of course). 

    When you have a moment, please have a look at our website for future events and PDWs. 


    Further to this, we are always keen to provide a platform for junior colleagues to learn the craft of peer-review in and for AMLE. Should you, or perhaps your PhD students, have an interest in reviewing for AMLE, then please let me know and kindly share this information:


    Job title - Affiliation 

    Topic (max 4)


    Prior reviewing experience

    Email address

    Many ad-hoc reviewers have become ERB members, and some have moved on to become AE or even EICs. Get involved. The field is vibrant and through peer-review you can give expression to that. 

    Looking forward to hearing from you. 

    Dirk Lindebaum
    Senior Professor in Management & Organisation
    Grenoble Ecole de Management 

    Visiting Professor 
    University of Alberta School of Business
    Alberta Business Family Institute

    Incoming editor-in-chief Academy of Management Learning & Education 
    New editorial- Management Learning and Education as "Big Picture" Social Science
    Having concerns about ChatGPT in the research process? 
    This opinion piece in Times Higher Education explains why we should be concerned

    Dirk Lindebaum
    Grenoble Ecole de Management

  • 2.  RE: Hello MED from AMLE

    Posted 09-21-2023 04:43

    Hi Dirk

    it was great to meet with you at the conference. Thank you for stopping by the Early Career Faculty and PhD breakfast in Boston. Everyone was delighted to meet you. We were also delighted to hear about your plans for AMLE. We also share the desire to work closely this year and look forward to many new and aligned initiatives. 

    Looking forward to the year ahead.

    Kind regards

    Mairead Brady 

    Chair of MED

    Associate Professor,

    Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. 

    Mairead Brady,
    Associate Professor,
    MED PDW Chair 2021
    Trinity Business School,
    Trinity College Dublin