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AMP Virtual Themed Collections

The editors of Academy of Management Perspectives (AMP) have selected published articles for inclusion in special online themed collections, each focused on a specific topic. The collections below are available online to all AOM members. Simply login to your AOM account to read.  If you'd like to purchase a print on demand copy of these collections you may do so by clicking the "Order Print Copy" button below.

A different look at CSR? Order Print Copy
This themed collection features video interviews with Professor Michael E. Porter from Harvard University as well as Professor Timothy M. Devinney, co-editor of The Academy of Management Perspectives.  Nine key articles which focus on the topic of "Corporate Social Responsibility" are presented.

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Is there a business case for diversity?Order Print Copy
This special collection features a video interview with Professor Katherine Klein of the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania, as well as eight other important articles that explore this theme and have appeared in either Academy of Management Perspectives (AMP) or Academy of Management Executive (AME)

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How can managers effectively recognize the role of emotions at work?
This special collection features a video interview with Professor Neil Ashkanasy from University of Queensland, Australia in which he discusses the role of emotions at work.

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How do high growth firms engage and become aligned with customers?
This special collection features a video interview with Professor Ranjay Gulati from the Harvard Business School in which he discusses going back to business fundamentals by putting customers first.

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What is the role of corporate culture in organizations?
This special collection features a video interview with Senior Professor Ed Schein from MIT in which he discusses organizational culture and his idea of cultural islands.

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Has the rapid change in technology created expectations about employee availability?
This special collection features a video interview with Professor JoAnne Yates from Sloan School of Management in which she discusses the changes at work through the use of technologies.

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How does innovation take place in organizations?
This special collection features a video interview with Professor Paul Adler from Marshall School of Business in which he discusses how trust leads to innovation in organizations.

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Do we need new models of management considering global warming?
This special collection features a video interview with Professor Edward Lawler from Marshall School at USC in which he discusses business and global warming.

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Why should organizations embrace change?
This special collection features a video interview with Professors Warner Burke and Edward Lawler in which they discuss issues related to change and organizations.

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What is an ambidextrous organization?
This special collection features a video interview with Professors Michael Tushman, Warner Burke and Edward Lawler in which they discuss ambidextrous organizations.

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Do we need to adjust how we see older workers in a changing workforce?
This special collection features a video interview with Professor Peter Cappelli in which he discusses how older workers are discriminated in the workforce.

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How do we understand emerging economies and the role of business?
This special collection features a video interview with Professors Michael Useem and Tarun Khanna in which they discuss roles of management in emerging economies.

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AMP Best Article Winners Collection
This collections contains all of the past and current "Best Article" winners dating back to 1987.

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