The submission deadline is January 10, 2017 at 5:00 PM ET (NY Time).
There will be NO exceptions! We encourage all submitters to enter their
proposals into the submission system
as early as possible. Historically, we receive over 6,500 submissions annually,
with 90% of those submissions created within 3 days of the deadline. Don't wait until the last
minute to review the submission
guidelines, resolve issues or ask questions. Avoid missing the deadline; submit your proposal now!
If your question isn't answered below, contact us today!
Edit Submission - Participant/Author Information
Edit Submission - My Profile and Submission Information
Policies - Already Published Work
Policies - Submission Guidelines, Rules and Processes
Policies - Deadline and Extensions
Policies - Theme
Membership - Membership & Registration Questions
Technical - Document Upload
Reviewer - Reviewer Questions
Other - Other Submission Questions
I couldn’t add complete contact information for my co-author or other participants
If the co-author or participant on your submission does not already have an Academy account, you will be able to add him/her to your submission by providing the full name and an e-mail address of the participant. A participant, who has an account created on his/her behalf, will receive an email to the email account provided alerting him/her that an account was created, but needs to be confirmed. The added participant will then need to go to the unconfirmed account to edit the details and activate the account.
I created an account for a coauthor/participant associated with my submission, but my submission says the information is not confirmed. Can I finalize my submission?
It is OK to continue and finalize your submission even if information details for your colleagues are incomplete or inaccurate. Your colleagues are able to update their information at any time and those updates will automatically be included on your submission. An added participant, who did not have an account will receive an email to the address you entered, alerting him/her that an account was created on his/her behalf, but needs to be confirmed. The added participant will then need to go to the unconfirmed account to review/edit the details and activate the account. Only the participant/author will be able to confirm and activate the account.
If necessary, you may contact the participant separately and ask him/her to check the inbox and junk mail folders for an email from the Academy of Management with subject: “Participation in a 2017 Academy of Management Submission” with instructions on how to activate their account.
Someone created an account on my behalf. Do I need to do anything else?
My Profile and Submission Information
If you were added to a submission for the upcoming conference, and an account was created on your behalf, please check your inbox and junk mail folders for an email from the Academy of Management with subject: “Participation in a 2017 Academy of Management Submission” with instructions on how to activate your account. If you cannot locate this e-mail, please click on the following, or copy and paste it into your web browser:http://aom.org/iMIS/members/activateaccount. Enter your e-mail address and follow the prompts to active your account. If this does not work, please contact us.
How do I update my submission profile?
To review or edit your profile, please sign in to your AOM account and select “My Profile” at the top right of the screen, under your name. Click on the gray pencil to edit your Primary Information or Address, or click the green Update My Annual Meeting Affiliation button to change your affiliation on the Program. Don’t forget to save changes when you are finished.
Will I be able to edit my submission?
You will be able to edit your submission and upload revisions,UNTILyou finalize the submission. Once the submission is finalized, you will not be able to edit any part of the submission, upload a revised proposal, nor add participants. Please ensure you have completed every item on the finalization checklist, before finalizing your submission.
Already Published Work
Can I submit a paper previously presented at a conference?
Submission Guidelines, Rules and ProcessesWhat are the guidelines for submissions?
At the time of submission, submitted papers must not have been previously presented or scheduled for presentation at theAcademy of Management. Submitted papers must not have been published or accepted for publication in any journal. If a paper is under review, it must NOT appear in print before the Academy meeting. If your paper was previously presented at the AOM, you must be able to show significant changes from your originally-presented proposal.
The submission guidelines can be found online for professional development workshop proposals, paper submissions, symposium submissions, caucus proposals, and the Teaching and Learning Conference submissions.
Does my paper submission need to be the full paper, or can it be an abstract?
A paper submission must be a fully-developed manuscript, which includes an abstract, but should not only be the abstract. We require the full proposal be uploaded with your completed, finalized submission, or your submission may not be sent for review. For more specific details regarding the guidelines for paper submissions, please see the paper submission guidelines .
Can I submit to more than one Division, Interest Group, or Committee?
Deadline and Extensions
Professional Development Workshop (PDW): Yes, you may submit your PDW to more than one sponsoring group.
Paper: Your paper proposal can only be submitted to one sponsoring group.
Symposium: Yes, you may submit your symposium proposal to up to three sponsoring groups.
Caucus: Your caucus proposal can only be submitted to the Caucus Committee.
All-Academy Theme (AAT): Your AAT proposal can only be submitted to the AAT Committee.
Teaching and Learning Conference (TLC): Your TLC proposal can only be submitted to the TLC Committee.
When is the deadline to submit a proposal for the AOM Annual Meeting?
The deadline for ALL submissions is January 10, 2017 at 5:00 PM ET (NY time). All submissions must be entered into the system at this time. No exceptions! This deadline applies to the following submission types:
Professional Development Workshop (PDW)
Symposium (Panel and Presenter)
Teaching and Learning Conference
Where can I find more information about the theme for the Academy of Management’s Annual Meeting?
A full description of this year’s conference theme can be found on our website, along with the Call for Submissions for the All-Academy Theme program.
Does my submission have to relate to the theme, and if my proposal relates to the theme, do I have to submit to the All-Academy Theme Committee?
Your submission does not have to relate to the themein order to be considered for acceptance onto the Program, and you do not have to submit your theme-related proposal to the All-Academy Theme Committee. The Divisions, Interest Groups and Committees may also be seeking proposals on the theme, as they relate to their division. Please see theCall for Submissionsfor each Division, Interest Group and Committee for more information.
What types of proposals can I submit to the All-Academy Theme Committee?
Professional Development Workshop (PDW) proposals and symposium proposals can be submitted to the All-Academy Theme program. Paper and caucus proposals cannot.
Membership & Registration Questions
I have to be a member to submit a proposal?
You do not need to be a member
to submit a proposal for the Academy of Management’s Annual Meeting. If you are
not an Academy member, you must still create an account
with basic contact information which will be linked to your submission(s). If
your submission is accepted, and you attend the conference to participate on a
session, you will then need to join the Academy and register for the conference.
I have to register for the AOM Annual Meeting, if my submission is accepted?
If your submission is
accepted, and you attend the conference to participate on a session, you will
then need to join the Academy and register for the conference. If a colleague or co-author
will attend the conference to present your accepted proposal, then you will not
need to register, but your colleague will.
I uploaded a revised file, but I still see the original version.
If you do not see the revised proposal after it has been re-uploaded, it is likely that your browser had the original document cached so you did not immediately see the revised version even though the upload was successful. Please try to clear your browser's cache, or quit all your browser sessions, or try another browser, or even reboot if necessary and try again to see if the version you view in the Submission system is correct.
is the review period?
Reviewers will begin to
receive their review assignments beginning on January 18, 2017, and will have
until February 16, 2017 to complete reviews.
many submissions will I receive?
Volunteer reviewers can sign
up for no more than two Divisions or Interest Groups, and will receive no more
than three (3) assignments per division.
is the deadline to submit my review?
Other Submission Questions
The deadline to submit your
review(s) is February 16, 2017
When will the conference Proceedings be available?
The conference Proceedings will be available in late June.
Will my full paper or symposium submission be included in the Proceedings?
The Proceedings includes theabstractsof all accepted papers and symposia as well as abridged versions of the program’s “Best Papers” (top 10%) as designated by the division Program Chairs. The abridged (6-page) format is used because publication of papers at their full length would preclude subsequent journal publication. The abridged papers are available only to conference registrants of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
When will I know if my proposal has been accepted?
Notifications for professional development workshops submissions are sent toward the end of February. All other submission notifications (paper, symposium, caucus, AAT, TLC@AOM) will be sent at the end of March.