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News about AOM and our members as reported by media outlets worldwide

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Press releases, updates and important announcements from AOM

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Phys.org: When raises backfire: Research examines pitfalls of performance-based pay

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Member Spotlight: Luis R. Gomez-Mejia – Recipient of the 2023 Distinguished Service Award

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Oxford University Press: Seven predictions for the biggest management trends in the next few years

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Greater Good Magazine: How to make it safe for people to speak up at work

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Forbes: Women more likely to negotiate salaries but still earn less than men, research says

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Member Spotlight: Mary Crossan – Winner of the 2023 Distinguished Educator Award

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Phys.org: Organizational ghosts: admired former leaders who continue to have outsized influence

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Member Spotlight: Muhammad Aqeel Awan and Niranjan Janardhanan, recipients of the 2023 Carolyn B. Dexter Award

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Fast Company: How paying attention to your nightly dreams could impact your career

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Member Spotlight: Blake E. Ashforth, recipient of the 2023 Distinguished Scholarly Contributions to Management Award

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Phys.org: Relatable, welcoming cities play large role in migrant success, finds study

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HR Brew: Women are more likely to negotiate than men, but are told ‘no’ more often

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Entrepreneur: The key to developing more informed and inclusive DEI marketing strategies

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Forbes: What the $500 million fix for local news says about trust and impact

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FVC: Academy of Management holds an exclusive session for the Brazilian academy for the first time

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Boston Globe: Feel like an imposter? It might be good for your career

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Psychology Today: What exactly do we learn from failure?

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Incoming Editor Spotlight: Chet Miller

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Fortune: New research finds that despite the stereotypes, women actually negotiate their salaries more than men

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Phys.org: Study shows dreams spill over into the workplace and can be channeled for productivity

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