Announcements

  • Update on the upcoming professional doctorate pre-submission online workshop

    The AOM MED professional doctorate pre-submission workshop is please to announce the reviewers for its upcoming workshop.

    Many thanks for our 
    Reviewing Committee:
    • Trahms, Cheryl A, Minnesota state University, USA
    • Ann Saurbier, west liberty university, USA
    • Provitera, Michael, Barry University, USA
    • Kumar, Arun, King’s College of London, UK
    • John Stark, California state University, USA
    • Perez Batres, Luis A, Missouri state University, USA
    • Harris, Robert O., Lewis University, USA
    • Alex Wright, Sheffield University, UK
    • Jamil, Fahd, Warwick Business School, USA
    • Michelle Greene, South East Technological University (SETU), Ireland
    • Gilbert, Douglas, Walden University, USA
    • Anne Graham, South East Technological University (SETU), Ireland
    • Pochampalli, Uma D, University of Pittsburg, USA
    • K Dey, Birla institute of management technology India
    • Karl-Heinz Pogner, Copenhagen business school, Denmark
    • U.K. Bhattacharya, Indian Institute of Management, Indore, India

    This AOM MED professional doctorate pre-submission workshop aims to help DBA and other professional doctorate students increase their chances of a paper acceptance for AOM 2023 Boston. Students who submit to this online workshop will receive constructive oral feedback. This 3 hour workshop is scheduled for December 8th at 9am EST (New York), 3pm European time, 6am PST, 9pm China time.

    Submission deadline: November 29, 2022

    Program Chair: Emmanuel Monod, international relations, AOM MED division

    See the details on our events page.
  • Professional doctorate pre-submission online workshop

    This AOM MED professional doctorate pre-submission workshop aims to help DBA and other professional doctorate students increase their chances of a paper acceptance for AOM 2023 Boston. Students who submit to this online workshop will receive constructive oral feedback. This 3 hour workshop is scheduled for December 8th at 9am EST (New York), 3pm European time, 6am PST, 9pm China time.

    December 8th, 2022, 9am-12pm EST (9pm to 12am, China)

    Submission deadline: November 29, 2022

    Program Chair: Emmanuel Monod, international relations, AOM MED division

  • Featured Division Events at AOM

    Please join us for any of our MED Division events at #AOM2022! We’re here to support your career journey, from completing your doctorate, through your job search, tenure process and beyond.

    Develop your teaching skills through our PDWs, and learn more about research on management education and leadership development through our symposia and scholarly paper sessions. We’re here to help you succeed as a scholar and a teacher!

    The education theory, practice and policy division of the Academy of Management

    247

    MED

    Social Event

    MED Welcome Event and General Social
    Friday, Aug 5 2022 8:00PM - 11:00PM at The Westin Seattle in Grand Ballroom I
    Friday
    The Westin Seattle
    Grand Ballroom I

    18386

    MED

    Social Event

    MED Mentoring Launch Social Event
    Saturday, Aug 6 2022 7:15PM - 8:15PM at The Westin Seattle in Grand Ballroom II
    Saturday
    The Westin Seattle
    Grand Ballroom II
    18343
    MED
    Social Event
    MED and MOBTS Joint Social Evening Event
    Saturday, Aug 6 2022 8:00PM - 11:00PM at The Westin Seattle in Grand Ballroom III
    Saturday
    The Westin Seattle
    Grand Ballroom III
    18342
    MED
    Meeting
    MED PhD and JF Consortium Closing Breakfast
    Monday, Aug 8 2022 8:00AM - 9:00AM at The Westin Seattle in Pine
    Monday
    The Westin Seattle
    Pine
    1425
    MED
    Plenary
    Keynote Speaker: William H. Starbuck
    Monday, Aug 8 2022 2:00PM - 3:00PM at The Westin Seattle in Grand Ballroom I
    Monday
    The Westin Seattle
    Grand Ballroom I
    18387
    MED
    Social Event
    MED Award Ceremony
    Monday, Aug 8 2022 7:00PM - 8:00PM at The Westin Seattle in Grand Crescent
    Monday
    The Westin Seattle
    Grand Crescent
    18323
    MED
    Social Event
    MED Monday Evening Social
    Monday, Aug 8 2022 8:00PM - 11:00PM at The Westin Seattle in Grand Ballroom II
    Monday
    The Westin Seattle
    Grand Ballroom II
  • MED Junior Faculty and Doctoral Students Consortium

    The Annual MED’s consortium at AOM (offered exclusively in-person this year), facilitates the professional development of junior faculty (5 years or less since the first faculty position) and doctoral students who are aiming for a successful faculty career and is OPEN to all AOM attendees across all divisions! Given MED’s interdisciplinary membership, our consortium is offered in a unique way so as to allow the participants to come up with a customizable bundle that addresses their teacher-scholar needs. Additionally, you do not have to dedicate a full day to attend a live consortium. On successful completion, participants are also awarded a certificate from MED-AOM!

     

    To successfully participate in the consortium, participants will meet the following requirements:

     

    1. Consortium participants will choose to attend THREE professional development workshops (PDWs) from a select list of PDWs being offered by MED at this year’s meeting. These workshops focus on a wide-range of topics relevant for professional development of emerging teacher-scholars (the list to be shared soon).

     

    1. Attendees will also participate in TWO bookend events (pre and post) which include a Friday evening (August 5 between 6:00pm-7:00pm) introductory welcome/mixer and a Monday morning (August 8 between 8:00pm-9:00am) breakfast. The goal is to provide participants with a platform to network, create a community, and reflect on their learning.

     

    To participate in the MED’s Consortium, please click this link to complete a quick registration form.

     

    Links to MED’s consortium-related sessions (# 245, 240, and 1062) on AOM’s online program:

     

    Main session Information:

    https://2022.aom.org/meetings/virtual/QEmSL3ipcJ9awfT3g

     

    Friday Evening Welcome Event (pre-bookend):

    https://2022.aom.org/meetings/virtual/KdRLPaoKLKhX2nXz8

     

    Closing Breakfast on Monday (post-bookend)

    https://2022.aom.org/meetings/virtual/ffkGDRyHsxqekx9Pe


    𝑭𝒐𝒓 𝒒𝒖𝒆𝒔𝒕𝒊𝒐𝒏𝒔, 𝒑𝒍𝒆𝒂𝒔𝒆 𝒆𝒎𝒂𝒊𝒍 MED Consortium Coordinators:

     

    Preeti Wadhwa (Chair) at: pwadhwa@cpp.edu

    Robert Bonner (Vice Chair) at: bonner@sfsu.edu

  • The Purpose of Business Organizations and Business Schools Revisited

    Aug 7, 2022 from 09:30 to 11:00 (PT)

    We invite you to see our pre-recorded conversation with Jeffrey Sachs that will be part of the Symposium

    The Purpose of Business Organizations and Business Schools Revisited.

    This is the link to the post of the conversation:  https://bit.ly/3n2rypD

    Both the Covid-19 crisis and the emergence of innovative business models offer a powerful signal that the foundational assumptions of capitalism are increasingly in doubt. Business schools, however, appear to be followers rather than leaders in this historical moment of social change. While citizens, consumers and businesses are experimenting with new models of capitalism premised on balancing profits with social purpose and the private, public, and plural sectors (Mintzberg, 2015; Sachs, 1999; Sachs et al. 2021), business schools have been slow to change and appear to be struggling with their identity and purpose.

     

    What might be the foundational values of a post-pandemic market system? What might be the purpose of business organizations in a post-pandemic scenario? What would a post- pandemic business school look like? The aim of this Symposium is to explore the answer to these questions and their practical application in a conversation with three former Editors of the Academy of Management journals (Suddaby, Phan, Hollensbe) and two thought thinkers and innovators of management (Mintzberg), capitalism and sustainable development (Sachs, pre-recorded interview).

    This symposium is a continuation of the 2021 Symposium on the same topic, which gathered four influential leaders and innovators: • Jay Coen Gilbert, co-founder of B Lab and CEO of Imperative 21 • Raj Sisodia, co-founder of Conscious Capitalism • Charles Wookey, co- founder and CEO of A Blueprint for Better Business, and • Gerry George, former Dean of SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business and professor at Georgetown University McDonough School of Business.

    We are thankful to the AOM Conference for allowing us to share the full video of the last symposium for you to watch: https://bit.ly/3wK3a1x.

     

    PARTICIPANTS

    DISTINGUISH SPEAKERS

    Henry Mintzberg

    John Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies

    McGill University

    Email: henry.mintzberg@mcgill.ca


    Jeffrey Sachs (pre-recorded interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42IU18Cy6ng&t=106s

    Professor

    Director of the Center for Sustainable Development

    Columbia University      

     
    Phillip Phan

    Alonzo and Virginia Decker Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship

    Johns Hopkins University

    Email: pphan@jhu.edu

    Former Editor Academy of Management Perspectives

     

    Roy Suddaby

    Peter B. Gustavson School of Business

    University of Victoria

    &

    Carson College of Business

    Washington State University

    Email:  rsuddaby@uvic.ca

    Former Editor Academy of Management Review

     

    Elaine Hollensbe

    Department Head and Professor of Management

    Carl H. Lindner College of Business

    University of Cincinnati

    Email: elaine.hollensbe@uc.edu

    Former Editor Academy of Management Journal

     

    ORGANIZERS

     Hector Rocha

    Professor of Business Policy and Entrepreneurship

    Director, Center for Integral Sustainable Development

    IAE Business School

    Austral University

    Email:  hrocha@iae.edu.ar

     

    Michael Pirson

    Director, Center for Humanistic Management

    The Felix E. Larkin Professorship in Management Fordham University

    Research Fellow, Harvard University

    Email:  pirson@fordham.edu    

     

    Roy Suddaby

    Peter B. Gustavson School of Business

    University of Victoria

    &

    Carson College of Business

    Washington State University

    Email:  rsuddaby@uvic.ca

    AOM 2022 | Program Session: 682 | Submission: 16378 

    Session Format:
    Hybrid Interactive: Seattle Convention Center in Room 303 + Virtual, Zoom “meeting” style
  • Academy of Management Perspectives Call for Special Issue Proposals

    The Academy of Management Perspectives (https://journals.aom.org/journal/amp) invites submissions for special issue (SI) proposals. The deadline for submitting SI proposals is June 1, 2022, and the selection process will be competitive. The AMP editorial team will discuss all the submitted proposals and make the final decision within one month, by July 1, 2022.

    See Discussion thread for full details, including Call for Submissions PDF

  • AMR Workshop for STF on Theorizing Time in Management and Organizations

    The Editors of the Special Topic Forum (STF) on Theorizing Time in Management and Organizations will be hosting the second Idea Development Workshop in the 2-part series. You do not need to have attended the first workshop to submit to this second one.

    During this workshop, we will discuss extended abstracts in a roundtable format. Submission details are available here.

    The deadline to submit is 12 noon EST on February 18, 2022. Spots are limited. Authors will be notified of the decision to attend by March 4, 2022.

    The workshop will be held on March 11, 2022. You can select the 8 am to 10 am EST time slot or 12 pm to 2 pm EST time slot when registering.

    Please email any of the guest editors, if you have questions.

    Tima Bansal, tbansal@ivey.ca

    Donal Crilly, dcrilly@london.edu

    Karen Jansen, karen.jansen@henley.ac.uk

    Ann Langley, ann.langley@hec.ca

    Gerardo Okhuysen, gerardo.okhuysen@uci.edu

    Abbie Shipp, a.shipp@tcu.edu