Since its founding in 1936, the Academy of Management has evolved from an organization of 10 members seeking to advance the scholarship of management science, to one with thousands of members representing the interconnected scholarship of 26 diverse management disciplines embodied in our professional Divisions and Interest Groups (DIGs). Individually and collectively, the DIGs are a primary means through which much of the scholarly work of the Academy is accomplished. Importantly, DIG membership takes on significant value in the Academy as members find their intellectual homes in one or more of these unique groups.
Powered by the commitment, passion, and ingenuity of volunteers, DIG programs truly are created by members, for members. DIGs provide valuable service to members year-round, offering opportunities to connect, learn, volunteer, and socialize with their peers. Whether you are looking for topical webinars hosted by leading scholars, teaching or research resources recommended by those who share your professional interests, mentoring support for your professional journey, or simply a community to stay abreast of the latest calls for papers and workshop offerings, your DIG has what you are looking for.
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sections of this newsletter below to see some upcoming events, highlights from recent activities, and current opportunities to share your expertise with other members through DIG online communities. Your DIGs are waiting for you, so start building your community today!