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Andrew H. Van de Ven email icon 
Editor
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Andrew H. Van de Ven is Vernon H. Heath Professor of Organizational Innovation and Change in the Carlson School of the University of Minnesota. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin at Madison in 1972, and taught at Kent State University and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania before his present appointment. His research and writings over the years have examined Nominal Group brainstorming techniques, program planning and problem solving, organization design and assessment, inter-organizational relationships, processes of organizational innovation, entrepreneurship and change, and engaged scholarship. He has published numerous journal articles and 12 books, including: The Innovation Journey (1999, 2008), Organization Change and Innovation Processes (2000), Handbook of Organizational Change and Innovation (2004), and Engaged Scholarship (2007) which won the 2008 Terry best book award from the Academy of Management. Van de Ven is currently serving as founding editor of Academy of Management Discoveries. Before that he was a founding associate editor of Organization Science, consulting editor of Academy of Management Review, and a guest editor for special issues of Academy of Management Journal, Review, and Journal of Organization Behavior. Van de Ven was President of the Academy of Management during 2000–2001, and is a Fellow of the Academy of Management since 1988. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of Ascension Health, the largest non-profit health care provider in the U.S.A.

 
Soon Ang  
Associate Editor
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Soon Ang (Ph.D. Minnesota) is Goh Tjoei Kok Chair and Professor of Management at the Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. She currently heads the Division of Strategy, Management & Organization and is also the Executive Director of Center for Innovation Research in Cultural Intelligence + Leadership (CIRCQL) at NTU. Soon Ang is a recognized world authority in Cultural Intelligence (CQ), global leadership, and offshore/outsourcing. Her ideas on CQ have been described as the most cogent, well researched, and comprehensive. Soon Ang is and has been Senior Editor of MIS Quarterly & Information Systems Research; Associate Editor of Decision Sciences and Cross Cultural Management; Consulting Editor of Management and Organization Review; and serves on editorial boards of Organization Science, Applied Psychology: An International Review, and others. She has won editorial awards from Human Relations and the Decision Sciences Institute. Soon Ang has published widely in top journals -- Academy of Management Journal, Information Systems Research, Journal of Applied Psychology, Management Science, Organization Science, MIS Quarterly, Management & Organization Review, and others. She has won Best Paper awards at the Academy of Management (HR and OCIS divisions); Association of Computing Machinery on Computer Personnel Research; and Conference in Systems Sciences. Soon Ang has consulted with major multinational corporations and international government bodies. She received the Distinguished Leadership Award for International Alumni *(University of Minnesota), and the Inaugural Nanyang Award for Research and Innovation in the Social Sciences -- the highest recognition on outstanding research. In 2010, Soon Ang received the Public Administrative Medal (Silver) from the President of the Republic of Singapore for excellent contribution in research, teaching, and service.

 
Africa Ariño  email icon
Associate Editor 
 Arino  Africa Ariño (Ph.D. in Management, University of California, Los Angeles) is Professor in the Strategic Management Department at IESE Business School, University of Navarra (Spain), where she has served in the past as Deputy Dean for Faculty, and as Director of the Ph.D. Program. She is specialized in Strategic Alliance Management, particularly in their structural design, process issues and evolutionary aspects of the inter-partner relationship. Her research on these topics has been published in outlets such as The Academy of Management Executive, California Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal, among others. She is Associate Editor of Global Strategy Journal and serves or has served as a member of the editorial board of Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management. Currently, she is a member of the Board of Directors of the Strategic Management Society. She has also served in the Executive Committee of the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management. She teaches Competitive Strategy, Corporate Strategy, and Strategic Alliance Management in MBA and Executive Education programs, as well as a course on Qualitative Research Methods in the Ph.D. Program. In addition to being an active participant at annual conferences sponsored by the Academy of International Business, the Academy of Management, and the Strategic Management Society, she has organized several specialized conferences related to her research interests.

 
Peter Bamberger 
Associate Editor  
Bamberger  Peter A. Bamberger (Ph.D. Cornell University) is Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at the Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration, Tel Aviv University, and Senior Research Scholar at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, where he serves as Research Director for the School's Smithers Institute. Current research interests include peer relations and employee helping processes, occupational health psychology, and compensation strategy.  Co-author of Human Resource Strategy (Sage, 2000; 2nd edition under contract with Routledge) and Mutual Aid and Union Renewal (Cornell Univ. Press, 2001), Bamberger has published over 70 referred journal articles in such journals as Academy of Management Journal,  Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Review, and Journal of Applied Psychology.  An elected fellow of SIOP, he served as an associate editor of the Academy of Management Journal (2007-2010), and serves on the editorial board of several other leading journals. His interests outside academia include his family (wife Ellen and three kids - Zach, Sarah and Noa), hiking, and skiing.

 
Curtis LeBaron 
Associate Editor  
LeBaron     Curtis LeBaron is an Associate Professor of Organizational Leadership & Strategy at Brigham Young University where he teaches MBA and executive education courses on leadership and organizational behavior. He has worked with a variety of leading organizations as a consultant and/or researcher, including: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Hewlett Packard, Janus Funds, Lee Memorial Health Systems, LG Electronics, Hyundai Heavy Industries, DOW Chemical, Frito Lay, Black & Decker, Union Pacific Railroad Company, Adobe, Roche, Rio Tinto, and Intel. He has had faculty and/or research appointments at several universities, including the University of Colorado at Boulder (1998-2001); the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (2007), Oxford University (2008), Southern Denmark University (2008), the University of Aarhus (2009), and the University of Sydney (2013). LeBaron conducts video-based research on human behavior within organizational settings, focusing on topics such as interaction and identity, knowledge and innovation, organizational routines, and strategy activities and practices. He has published dozens of peer-reviewed articles and chapters, as well as two edited volumes: Studies in Language and Social Interaction (Erlbaum) and Embodied Interaction: Language and body in the material world (Cambridge University Press).  His research has been recognized by the National Institute of Health (2009). Examples of research funding include the National Science Foundation (2002, 2004) and an Erasmus Mundus Fellowship (European Union, 2010). Curtis enjoys outdoor sports, especially mountain running, biking, climbing, and rappelling.

 
Chet Miller   
Associate Editor
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C. Chet Miller, C.T. Bauer Professor of Organizational Studies.Since working as a shift manager and subsequently completing his graduate studies, Chet has taught full-time at Baylor University and Wake Forest University. Recently, he joined the faculty at the University of Houston. At Baylor, Dr. Miller served as Director of the Center for Executive Education. At Wake Forest, he served as Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and as Academic Director for the Executive MBA Program. Chet is an active member of the Academy of Management and the Strategic Management Society. Awards and honors include: Outstanding Young Researcher Award (Baylor University); Best Paper Award (Academy of Management Review); and teaching awards from Wake Forest University, the University of Houston, and Duke University (he has been a guest instructor at Duke). Chet has worked with a number of managers and executives. Through management development programs, he has contributed to the advancement of individuals from such organizations as ABB, Bank of America, Krispy Kreme, La Farge, Red Hat, State Farm Insurance, and the United States Postal Service. His focus has been change leadership, strategic visioning, and high-involvement approaches to managing people. Chet's published research focuses on the functioning of executive teams, the design of organizational structures and management systems, and the design of strategic decision processes. His work has appeared in Organization Science, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Executive, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.

 
Frances J. Milliken   
Associate Editor
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Frances J. Milliken is a Professor of Management and the Arthur E. Imperatore Professor in Entrepreneurial Studies at the Stern School of Business of New York University. Her primary research interests are in the areas of: team and organizational learning, the dynamics of upward communication in organizations, the effects of power on how people think and communicate. She has also done research on team decision making, the management of diversity, and work-life issues. She has published in the Academy of Management Journal, the Academy of Management Review, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, and the Strategic Management Journal as well as in other journals. She and her co-authors won the 2009 Best Paper Award from the Managerial and Organizational Cognition (MOC) of the Academy of Management and she was also recently selected to receive the 2013 Distinguished Scholar Award from the MOC Division of the Academy of Management. Frances has served on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Review, the Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, and the Journal of Management Studies. In addition, she has held several administrative roles at the Stern School of Business including Associate Dean for Academic Affairs of the Undergraduate College, Director of the Doctoral Program in Management, and Academic Director of Stern's Part-time MBA Program in Westchester County, a position that she currently holds. Professor Milliken received her B.A. in Psychology from Barnard College and a M.B.A. and Ph.D. from Baruch College of the City University of New York.

 

 

AMD Advisory Board

 email icon Stephen Barley {University of California, Santa Barbara}
 email icon Jean M. Bartunek {Boston College}
 email icon Peter Cappelli {Wharton School UPENN}
 email icon Paul Carlile {Boston University}
 email icon Larry Farh {Hong Kong University of Science & Technology}
 email icon Royston Greenwood {University of Alberta}
 email icon Donald Hambrick {Pennsylvania State University}
 email icon Rebecca Henderson {Harvard Business School}
 email icon John Hollenbeck {Michigan State University}
 email icon Edward Locke {University of Maryland}
 email icon Alan Meyer {University of Oregon}
 email icon Henry Mintzberg {McGill University}
 email icon Andrew Pettigrew {Oxford University}
 email icon Jeffrey Pfeffer {Stanford University}
 email icon Denise Rousseau {Carnegie Mellon University}
 email icon Sara Rynes {University of Iowa}
 email icon Stephen Shortell {University of California-Berkeley}
 email icon Anne Tsui {University of Notre Dame}
 email icon Michael Tushman {Harvard Business School}
 email icon Mary Waller {York University}

AMD Editorial Board

email icon Pamela Barr {Georgia State University}
email icon Julian Birkinshaw {London Business School}
email icon Brian Boyd {City University of Hong Kong}
email icon Daniel J. Brass {University of Kentucky}
email icon Matthias Brauer {University of Mannheim}
email icon Stefano Brusoni {ETH Zurich}
email icon John Bryson {University of Minnesota}
email icon Andrew Burton-Jones {University of Queensland}
email icon Laura B. Cardinal {University of South Carolina}
email icon Andrew Carton {University of Pennsylvania}
email icon Marlys Christianson {University of Toronto}
email icon Jose M. Cortina {George Mason University}
email icon Robert David {McGill University}
email icon Marc De Rond {Cambridge University}  
email icon Angelo Denisi {Tulane University}
email icon Gary Dushnitsky {London Business School}
email icon Jeffrey Edwards {University of North Carolina}
email icon Martha Feldman {University of California-Irvine}
email icon Fabrizio Ferraro {IESE Business School}
email icon Daniel Forbes {University of Minnesota}
email icon Martin Ganco {University of Wisconsin-Minnesota}
email icon Raghu Garud {Pennsylvania State University}
email icon Elizabeth George {University of Auckland}
email icon Javier Gimeno {INSEAD}
email icon Jack Goncalo {Cornell University}
email icon Adam Grant {University of Pennsylvania}
email icon Spencer Harrison {Boston College}
email icon Donald Hatfield {Virginia Tech}
email icon Daniel J Heller {Tel Aviv University}
email icon Tor Hernes {Copenhagen Business School}
email icon Pamela Hinds {Stanford University}
email icon Violet Ho {University of Richmond}
email icon Gerard Hodgkinson {University of Manchester}
email icon George Huber {University of Texas}
email icon Lynn Isabella {University of Virginia}
email icon Scott G. Johnson {Oklahoma State University}
email icon John Kammeyer-Mueller {University of Minnesota}
email icon Howard Klein {Ohio State University}
email icon Amy Kristof-Brown {University of Iowa}
email icon Tomi Laamanen {University of St. Gallen}
email icon Ann Langley {HEC Montreal}
email icon Jeff LePine {Arizona State University}
email icon Peter Ping Li {Copenhagen Business School}
email icon Filip Lievens {Ghent University}
email icon Dong Liu {Georgia Institute of Technology}
email icon Sean Lux {University of South Florida}
email icon Anoop Madhok {York University}
email icon Joseph Magee {New York University}
email icon Johanna Mair {Hertie School of Governance}
email icon Katy Mason {Lancaster University}
email icon Anita McGahan {University of Toronto}
email icon Laurie Milton {University of Calgary}
email icon Mark Mortensen {INSEAD}
email icon Kok Yee Ng {Nanyang Technological University}
email icon Jackson Nickerson {Washington University in St. Louis}
email icon Olivia (Mandy) O'Neill {George Mason University}
email icon Randall Peterson {London Business School}
email icon Laura Poppo {University of Kansas}
email icon Michael Pratt {Boston College}
email icon Jeffrey Reuer {Purdue University}
email icon Christoph Riedl {Northeastern University}
email icon Sandra Robinson {University of British Columbia}
email icon Tamar Sagiv {Tel Aviv University}
email icon Eduardo Salas {University of Central Florida}
email icon Harry Sapienza {University of Minnesota}
email icon Melissa Schilling {New York University}
email icon Kelly See {University of Colorado Denver}
email icon Margaret Shaffer {University of Oklahoma}
email icon Inbal Nahum Shani {University of Michigan}
email icon Myles Shaver {University of Minnesota}
email icon Lynn Shore {Colorado State University}
email icon Zeki Simsek {University of Connecticut}
email icon Raymond T. Sparrowe {Washington University in St. Louis}
email icon J.C. Spender {Kozminski University}
email icon Kathleen Sutcliffe {John Hopkins University}
email icon Christine Quinn Trank {Vanderbilt University}
email icon Eero Vaara {Aalto University School of Business}
email icon David Wagner {University of Oregon}
email icon Gale Whiteman {Lancaster University}
email icon Anita Williams Woolley {Carnegie Mellon University}
email icon Francis J. Yamarino {SUNY Binghamton}
email icon Shaker Zahra {University of Minnesota}
email icon Zhen Zhang {Arizona State University}
email icon Yunxia Zhu {University of Queensland}
email icon Maurizio Zollo {Universita Bocconi}

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