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Chris Trank, Editor

Trank.jpg Christine Quinn Trank is Associate Professor of the Practice of Organizational Leadership at Vanderbilt University. She has a Ph.D. from the University of Iowa where she also served in the university's administration for many years. Her research focuses on the institutional environment of education, particularly the context of business education. Her work appears in the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Advances in Strategic Management, and Journal of Business and Psychology. She has served on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Academy of Management Discoveries, and Journal of Management Inquiry. She has served as associate editor for Academy of Management Review and Journal of Management Inquiry, and was co-editor of Journal of Management Inquiry. Her current research focuses on the rhetorical strategies used by activists in educational reform and the use of rhetorical theory to understand the reading of academic texts. She has been recognized for both teaching and service, including the Outstanding Service Award from Academy of Management Learning and Education. She is an unabashed consumer of popular culture, particularly the amazing and diverse music scene of Nashville.

Lisa Burke-Smalley, Associate Editor
Research & Reviews

Burke Lisa A. Burke-Smalley is a Professor of Management at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where she is a UC Foundation Professor. Lisa has published numerous academic journal articles and book chapters in the area of training transfer, management education, and management development and edited her own book on management training (High Impact Training Solutions). Lisa teaches at the undergraduate and masters levels in human resource management.

Lisa's research has appeared in peer-reviewed journals such as Human Resource Development Quarterly, Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Review, HR Advisor: Legal and Practical Guidance, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Employee Rights & Responsibilities Journal. Lisa has been inducted into the University of Tennessee Chattanooga Council of Scholars (i.e., the university's highest recognition for those who research, publish, and have national and international reputations in their fields), presented her research internationally, and earned multiple reviewer awards from national conferences and journals.

Lisa has been chosen by students to receive a campus-wide "Professor of the Year Award" across several universities. Lisa was awarded the "2005 Human Resource Educator of the Year Award" in the Southwestern United States, has earned awards for using various experiential learning methods in the classroom, and was nominated by a former student for the National Society of Collegiate Scholars' "Inspire Integrity Award."

Bill Foster, Associate Editor
Essays, Dialogues, & Interviews

Foster Bill is an Associate Professor of Management at the Augustana Campus of the University of Alberta. His research has been published in journals and books such as Advances in Strategic Management, Journal of Management Inquiry, Team Performance Management, Organizations in Time and Journal of Business Ethics. He currently serves as an Editorial Board member for the Academy of Management Review he was a past Associate Editor for the essays section of the Journal of Management Inquiry.

Bill's primary research interests include rhetorical history, social memory studies, organizational identity and identification and business ethics. In the area of management education, he is interested in subjects such as service learning, ethics, undergraduate education and corporate universities. He has taught courses in organizational behavior, strategy, business ethics, marketing and management. His teaching style is Socratic and is focused on engaging students through various techniques such as experiential learning, service learning, case studies and classroom discussion.

Amy L. Kenworthy, Associate Editor
Book & Resource Reviews

Amy Kenworthy Amy is Professor of Management and Director of the Centre for Applied Research in Learning, Engagement, Andragogy, and Pedagogy (LEAP) at Bond University in Queensland, Australia. Amy's primary research and scholarship interests are focused on the interrelated areas of service-learning, community engagement, and experiential education practices. She is an active service-learning practitioner, author, and consultant and has been engaged in that work for over 18 years. She has served as guest editor for special issues on service-learning in the Academy of Management Learning & Education, the Journal of Management Education, the International Journal of Case Method Research & Application, and the International Journal of Organizational Analysisand has published numerous articles in leading academic journals including the Journal of Applied Psychology, the Journal of Business Ethics and the Journal of Management Inquiry. Amy's recent publications include two edited books - Innovations in Teaching & Learning: Approaches to Professional Development from Across the Disciplines(2010) and Community Engagement in Contemporary Legal Education: Pro Bono, Clinical Legal Education and Service-Learning (2009, co-edited with Patrick Keyzer and Gail Wilson).

Amy has received teaching awards at the university, national and international levels including three Australian Learning and Teaching Council Citations for Contributions to Student Learning. She is also the first international recipient of the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society's New Educator Award and the only faculty member at Bond University who has received the University's Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence twice. She is actively involved as an ambassador for service-learning and management education, and as such has presented at over 70 refereed conference presentations, served as a keynote speaker at multiple international forums, and worked as a consultant to numerous business school-based service-learning programs around the world.

Tine Kohler, Associate Editor

Kohler Tine is Lecturer for International Business in the Department of Management and Marketing at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Her research focuses on global teamwork and research methods. Her main research interests are in the area of cross-cultural communication and coordination, cultural differences in teamwork expectations, inter-cultural learning, trust, and motivation, qualitative research methods, meta-analysis and regression, and the application of cognitive neuroscience methods to organization studies. Her work has appeared in the Journal of International Business Studies, Organizational Research Methods, and Small Group Research. Before joining the University of Melbourne, she worked for the International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group, USA) as a consultant for leadership development.
Tine has taught course in cross-cultural management and teamwork, organizational behavior, global consulting, quantitative research methods, and qualitative research method. She has taught classes and workshops in Australia, the USA, Austria, and India. Her passion lies in the design and organization of international student collaboration to foster intercultural learning and in the delivery of hands-on qualitative research methods courses.

Tine is an editorial board member of Organizational Research Methods, Journal of Management Studies, and Small Group Research. She reviews for the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, and Journal of Organizational Behavior. Tine further serves on the International Advisory Board of the Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA).

Dirk Moosmayer, Associate Editor

Moosmayer Dirk C. Moosmayer is an assistant professor of marketing at the Nottingham University Business School China (NUBS China). Prior to pursuing an academic career, Dirk has worked in Europe in the financial services industry and with The Boston Consulting Group. He received his Ph.D. on management academics' intention to influence values in 2011 from the University of Hannover, Germany, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE) from the University of Nottingham in 2014.

Dirk's research covers normative perspectives on teaching and learning including value transfer and social responsibilities, as well as intercultural aspects, particularly in a Chinese context. His work in the field has been funded in part by the UK Higher Education Academy. His further research interests include normative aspects in marketing and management, and a current research project investigates NGO-MNC relationships in Chinese and international contexts.

Dirk has taught courses related to marketing and international business in Germany, Russia and China. At NUBS China, he has been prorgram director of a large-scale executive education program for managers of a major state-owned enterprise. His research-related work appears in journals such as Academy of Management Learning & Education, Higher Education, and International Journal of Management Education.

Robert S. Rubin, Associate Editor

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Robert S. Rubin is an associate professor of management in the Driehaus College of Business at DePaul University. Bob's work appears in journals such as Academy of Management Learning & Education, Academy of Management Journal, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management,The Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Applied Psychology,Journal of Organizational Behavior,Business Ethics Quarterly,Journal of Business Ethics, Human Resources Management and Journal of Management Education.In addition, his research has been profiled in national publications, including Business Week, theFinancial Times, and the Chronicle of Higher Education.Dr. Rubin recently coauthored a management skills textbook, Managing Organizational Behavior: What Great Managers Know and Do (McGraw Hill).

Professor Rubin's current research interests span leadership, organizational citizenship, human capital management and management education. Within management education, Bob's work has focused primarily on the content of MBA curriculum and its relevancy to managerial work. His recent management education research explores issues of accreditation and assessment as well as MBA program quality. Bob's research on MBA programs has been supported in part by three grants from the GMAC Management Education Research Institute. In 2010, Bob was awarded DePaul University's highest teaching honor, the Excellent in Instruction Award.

Siri Terjesen, Associate Editor

Terjesen Siri is a chair of Entrepreneurship at American University's Kogod School of Business in Washington D.C. and a Professor at the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway. Jointly, she is a Fellow of Catalyst (New York) and the Ratio Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. She conducts research in entrepreneurship, corporate governance, and strategy. Siri's research has appeared in Academy of Management Learning & Education, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Journal of Management, Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Business Ethics, Business Ethics Quarterly, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, Small Business Economics, Decision Sciences, Human Relations, Production and Operations Management, Corporate Governance: International Review, and other leading journals. Her research has been featured in Business Week, U.S. News & World Report, Christian Science Monitor, Management Issues, Times (London), CNBC Europe, and other outlets. Siri is extremely interested in creating and maintain links across research, practice, and policy, and is in the process of drafting research on behavioral incentives for the World Bank. Earlier in her career, she was a Fulbright scholar to the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) in Norway, Visiting Fellow at the Max Planck Institute of Economics (Germany), Post-doc at Queensland University of Technology (Australia), and Visiting Fellow at Lund University (Sweden) and Leuphana University (Germany).

Siri has taught around the world, including the London School of Economics (UK), Peking University (China), Lund University and Stockholm School of Economics (Sweden), and IMD (Switzerland). She has received teaching awards from the Economist magazine, Indiana University (Trustee's Teaching Award), Aspen Institute, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Alpha Kappa Psi, and Delta Gamma. She is a coauthor of the textbook, Strategic Management: Logic and Action (Wiley) and the Membership Chair for the Entrepreneurship Division of the Academy of Management.

Stacey Victor, Managing Editor

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Stacey's career in publishing has spanned 25 years, beginning in trade publishing at both Time Warner and Random House, and then segueing into the academic and reference world in 2007. Stacey joined AOM in early 2016, where she is Managing Editor for Academy of Management Learning and Education and Academy of Management Annals.

Diane C. Stuart, Copy and Production Editor

Diane Diane has been AMLE's copy editor and production manager since its inception in 2002. She holds BA and MA degrees from Northern Illinois University, where she studied English literature with an emphasis on playwriting. She has worked for 25 years in the publishing industry with freelance clients ranging from the U.S. government to the APA. Previous to this, Diane served as the production manager of books and journals in the social sciences for Harper & Row. She lives in Rockville, MD.

 

Editorial Board

Name Affiliation
Adler, Nancy J. McGill University
Aguinis, Herman George Washington University
Akrivou, Kleio University of Reading
Alpaslan, Can California State University
Ambrosini, Veronique Monash University
Aragon-Correa, Alberto University of Surrey
Arbaugh, Ben University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Ashkanasy, Neal M. University of Queensland
Bacon, Donald R. University of Denver
Bailey, James R. George Washington University
Baruch, Yehuda University of Southampton
Beatty, Joy University of Michigan Dearborn
Bedwell, Wendy University of South Florida
Bell, Myrtle P. University of Texas Arlington
Bell, Suzanne T. DePaul University
Benbunan-Fich, Raquel City University of New York
Billsberry, Jon Deakin University
Bolton, Dianne Swinburne University of Technology
Bordia, Sarbari Australian National University
Brown, Kenneth University of Iowa
Brutus, Stephane Concordia University
Buono, Anthony Bentley University
Byrne, Janice IESEG School of Management
Cadotte, Ernie University of Tennessee
Calvin, James R. Johns Hopkins University
Cameron, Kim University of Michigan
Carlson, Kevin Virginia Tech
Certo, Trevis Arizona State University
Charlier, Steven George Southern University
Chullen, Cody East Carolina University
Clark, Delwyn N. University of Waikato
Clarke, Amelia University of Waterloo
Clinebell, Sharon University of Northern Colorado
Conklin, Tom Georgia State University
Corner, Patricia Doyle Aucklund University of Technology
Cycyota, Cynthia United States Air Force Academy
Dars Ellis, Amy Ithaca College
Deiser, Roland European Corporate Learning Forum
DeTienne, Dawn Colorado State University
Di Mascio, Rita University of New South Wales
Dobrow Riza, Shoshana R. London School of Economics
Dragoni, Lisa Wake Forest University
Drnevich, Paul University of Alabama
D'Souza, Derrick E. University of North Texas
Durepos, Gabrielle Mount Saint Vincent University
Dysvik, Anders Norwegian Business School
Dziuban, Charles D. University of Central Florida
Egri, Carolyn Simon Fraser University
Elkjaer, Bente Aarhus University
Eisenberg, Jacob University College Dublin
Fendt, Jacqueline ESCP Europe Business School
Fisher, Sandy Clarkson University
Fornaciari, Charles La Salle University
Forray, Jeanie M. Western New England University
Francesco, Anne Marie Hong Kong International Management Consulting Company
Fukami, Cynthia University of Denver
Geddes, Deanna Temple University
Gentile, Mary Babson College
Gerhardt, Meghan Miami University
Giacalone, Robert University of Denver
Greenberg, Danna Babson College
Grey, Christopher University of London
Guerrero, Laura University of Texas at El Paso
Guillen, Laura European School of Management and Technology
Härtel, Charmine E. J. University of Queensland
Hawk, Thomas Frostburg State University
Heslin, Peter UNSW, Australia
Honig, Benson McMaster University
Hoover, Duane Texas Tech University
Hrivnak, George A. Bond University
Hwang, Alvin Pace University
Kannan, Vijay Utah State University
Karlsson, Tomas Chalmers University of Technology
Kayes, Christopher D. George Washington University
Kristof-Brown, Amy University Iowa
Kwapisz, Agnieszka Montana State University
Learmonth, Mark Durham University Business School
Lee, Hyun-Jung London School of Economics
Leigh, Jennifer Nazareth College
Lewicki, Roy Ohio State University
Li, Ming Hull University Business School
Liang, Neng China Europe International Business School
Loughry, L. Misty Rollins College
Lovelace, Kathi Menlo College
Lund Dean, Kathy Gustavus Adolphus College
McNally, Jeffrey University of New Brunswick
Meric, Jerome IAE-CEREGE, University of Poitiers
Morris, Michael Lane University of Tennessee
Nahrgang, Jennifer Arizona State University
Neck, Heidi Babson College
Parnell, John A. University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Paton, Bruce Menlo College
Pesta, Bryan J. Cleveland State University
Petriglieri, Gianpiero INSEAD
Politis, Diamanto Lund University
Proserpio, Luigi Università Bocconi
Ramburuth, Prem University of New South Wales
Ramirez, Jacobo Copenhagen Business School
Rynes-Weller, Sara L. University of Iowa
Safon, Vicente Universitat de Valencia
Sama, Linda M. St. Johns University
Schmidt-Wilk, Jane Maharishi University of Management
Seal, Craig California State University San Bernardino
Siegel, Donald University of Albany, SUNY
Sondak, Harris University of Utah
Spee, James University of Redlands
Standifer, Rhetta University of Wisconsin Eau Claire
Stewart, Marcus M. Bentley University
Suddaby, Roy University of Victoria
Syed, Jawad Lahore University of Management Sciences
Varghese, George University of Massachusetts
Vince, Russ University of Bath
Werner, Jon University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Wiley, Carolyn Roosevelt University
Williams, Joann K. Judson College
Wright, Mike Imperial College London & University of Ghent
Yorio, Patrick L. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Zhu, Yunxia University of Queensland

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