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2022 AOM Fellows Named, AOM 2022 Program, DIG News

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29 June 2022

2022 AOM Fellows Inductees Selected


The Fellows Group of the Academy of Management recognizes and honors AOM members who have made significant contributions to the science and practice of management.


In addition to celebrating achievement in management, the Fellows Group provides opportunities for community and a forum for discussion among the people who have been recognized. For 2022, 17 members were selected to be honored with induction.

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Annual Meeting Program Preferences

What aspect of the Annual Meeting program do you look forward to most?

Last edition's AOM Quick Poll responses to:

Email Preference: which do you prefer?

  • 72% prefer emails with the information contained within the email itself
  • 28% prefer emails where you click to read more information on a website
2021 Publication Award Winners Dynamic Edition

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AOM Research


Topics include:

- Leadership and management lessons during a crisis or conflict

- Refugees’ impact in the workplace and value for organizations

- Supporting employees amid global, regional, and local conflicts or crises

Thank you to our Academy News sponsor:

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Promote Your Institution's Opportunities

Highlight your institution’s employment opportunities by displaying your job opportunities here. to reach AOM's diverse community of more than 23,000 readers.

Career Fair at AOM 2022

Career Services enables the broadest reach during the
Annual Meeting Career Fair


The Annual Meeting Career Fair is now open! You can find more information under the and event tabs within the Career Center. This year’s hybrid experience promises to allow the most flexibility we’ve been able to offer both job seekers and employers.


On-site interviews: 5-9 August (one-on-one sessions)

Virtual Career Fair: 6-7 August (walk-in, group, or one-on-one sessions)

To participate on-site, Annual Meeting registration is required.

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Annual Meeting Program is Available Online!

We are pleased to announce that the Annual Meeting program is now available for viewing on the virtual Annual Meeting platform! AOM 2022 offers something for everyone – view the scheduled sessions and events, see who is listed on the program, and find fellow AOM members who have already registered to attend.


Registration Update

More than 7,500 members have already registered to attend AOM 2022!


If you're thinking about registering for the Annual Meeting, be sure to register ahead of the 19 July rate increase. Join your colleagues in-person in Seattle, Washington and online via the virtual Annual Meeting platform. We're looking forward to bringing AOM's global community together again for scholarly engagement and networking. We are excited for the opportunity to meet in person again and to continue offering a vibrant program to all attendees.



The ShareMy.Health platform, which AOM is using to verify proofs of COVID-19 vaccinations and negative test results, is now live. If you have registered for in-person attendance at the Annual Meeting, you will receive an email invitation and instructions for uploading documents shortly or visit .




Changing Your Annual Meeting Attendance

Remember, you can transfer your attendance from in-person to virtual at any time before the Annual Meeting. To change your attendance type, log in to your and make the update under the Conferences tab.

AOM 2022 Hotel Accommodations

For members attending in-person, hotel accommodations are available through the through 18 July 2022.

2022 Annual Meeting Key Dates

Annual Meeting Program is open

5-9 August: Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington

4-10 August: virtual Annual Meeting

Sponsoring the Annual Meeting

There’s still time to sponsor items for the Annual Meeting! For more information, .


Available sponsorship items:

Phone Card Holders

Hand Sanitizers

Exhibit Hall Opening Reception

New Member Welcome Room


are designed to provide authors with guidance and expertise in the development of their manuscript for potential submission to an Academy journal.

Join us for these upcoming virtual and in-person Paper Development Workshops:

25 August

BI Norwegian Business School

Nydalsveien 37, N-0484, Oslo, Norway

6 September 2022

In-person event on: 6 September 2022

Submission Deadline: 25 August

3-5 January

An in-person preconference workshop of the sixth Israel Organizational Behavior Conference

Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv Israel

In-person event on: 3-5 January 2023

Submission Deadline: 1 July

President's Corner

New President’s Corner edition! Herman Aguinis introduces volunteer perspectives from across the Academy’s highly respected journal publications. The first AOM journal was published in 1958 and today, across the portfolio, we publish 24 issues annually.

Connect with your Divisions and Interest Groups

DIG News and Announcements




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DIG Events

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Connect Conversations About #AOM2022

With excitement building for the Annual Meeting, members are sharing sessions and networking invitations across the Connect communities. Help keep the conversation going on Connect before, during, and after the Annual Meeting by tagging your discussion posts with .


Members in the News

The . She was conferred the degree of Doctor Philosophiae Honoris Causa, in honor of her life-long commitment to the study of working women.


Lotte is the T. Wilson Professor of Management, Emerita, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management. As early as the 1960s, she conducted groundbreaking research on women in the workforce and continues to be a staunch voice calling for gender equity.


As early as the 1960s, Lotte Bailyn was conducting groundbreaking research on women in the workforce and has continued to be a staunch voice calling for gender equity within academia, STEM fields, and the corporate world.

Photo: Jewish News Syndicate


The University of New Hampshire , effective Aug. 15, 2022. Lucy comes to UNH from the University of Connecticut School of Business, where she served as professor and associate dean for faculty and outreach. In her various roles at UConn, Lucy – a world-renowned researcher of virtual teams – enhanced the impact of faculty scholarship to the business community.


At the UConn School of Business, Lucy oversaw the school’s faculty and research portfolio, founded the Women’s MBA Association in 2007, and established a Women in Business Fund in 2020 that seeks to improve the diversity and experience of women.


Lucy is a member of the CM and OB divisions and an AOM Board of Governors' Representative-at-Large.


Photo: University of New Hampshire


Jing Zhou, the Mary Gibbs Jones Professor of Management and Psychology at Rice’s Jones Graduate School of Business, has been effective July 1.


Jing is a highly accomplished scholar whose research has been cited more than 40,000 times, ranking among the top 1% of influential researchers in business and management. Her research interests include innovation, contextual and personal factors that facilitate or inhibit creativity and innovation, and creativity in entrepreneurship.


Jing's systematic program of research has addressed central management questions, such as how organizational and contextual factors interact with personal values to enhance or restrict individual and team creativity. She has taught courses on leadership, innovation, negotiation and organizational behavior.


Photo: Rice University

Mention Black Swans and many people think of surprising events with world-changing consequences, like the COVID-19 pandemic or the war in Ukraine. This two-part , conceived in 2018, focuses on world-changing events and their consequences for managers and business leaders. Unexpected shocks are often products of people’s activities and organizations’ choices, making them not quite so unexpected. The pandemic, which struck as this special issue was being developed, has revealed what we got right and wrong in our thinking about such events. The full special issue, which will be free access through AOM's 82nd Annual Meeting Aug. 4-10, covers subjects including:

  • How teams might work in a zombie apocalypse
  • Organized violence during social strife
  • Pandemics and antibiotic resistance
  • The global refugee crisis
  • Fear of megacatastrophes among would-be entrepreneurs
  • How research fails to connect capitalism and climate change
  • Historical signs of our civilization’s collapse
  • Corporate foresight strategies
  • A post–COVID-19 world

Journal Calls for Submissions

AMD Special Research Forums

AMD Discoveries-through-Prose
Submit your empirical research to AMD's


Registered Reports

In cases in which results (whether present or not) may have important theoretical or practical implications, scholars are encouraged to follow a submission approach.

AMLE Special Issues

Submission Deadline: 1 August 2022

AMR Special Topic Forum

AMD, AMLE, AMR Call for Nominations for Editors

for the position of editor at each of three AOM publications. The person(s) selected will become editor-elect on 1 July 2023 & editor on 1 January 2024. The term of office as editor at each of these journals is three years.

Journal Resources

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Promoting Your Accepted Article

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Reminder: Per AOM’s copyright policy, authors can share the link to their accepted article from and may not share or repost the article PDF.

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