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8 February 2023

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Academy of Management Journal is hosting a new digital series that allows scholars to obtain first-hand information about the publishing process, meet editors of the journal, and discuss timely research insights in relation to current events.

Academy of Management Journal launched a new that allows listeners to get a behind the scenes look at AMJ. Members of the AOM community and beyond are invited to tune in to get first-hand information about the publishing process, meet editors of the journal, and discuss timely research insights in relation to current events. Two key features of this new series include a monthly podcast titled The Lit Review, and weekly Twitter Spaces on .


The series is hosted by Marc Gruber, AMJ Editor and professor at the College of Management of Technology at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL); Sekou Bermiss, Associate Editor of AMJ and Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and Nettra Pan, Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship at Bayes Business School.


"With the advent of the digital age, journals can move from one-directional communication via published papers to platforms that facilitate and encourage exchange not only among scholars, but also among scholars and a variety of key stakeholders. It is AMJ's ambition to grasp these exciting digital possibilities, to serve the AOM community in novel ways, and to engage with audiences that have hitherto been challenging to reach."

-AMJ Editor, Marc Gruber, on the inspiration behind the series


The Lit Review podcast will be published monthly and offers a deep dive into the research published in Academy of Management Journal. In every episode, AMJ Associate Editor Sekou Bermiss interviews authors and corporate leaders to obtain the story behind a recent research article. The podcast is available on all major podcasting platforms.


Tune in to #AMJRadioLive every Wednesday at 11:00 EST (UTC-5/GMT-5) on Twitter at @AOMConnect for fifteen minutes to hear live updates about recent articles, top researchers and their processes, and the latest thoughts from editors and facilitators of upcoming programs and special issues.


"It is our hope that this initiative gives an additional dimension to research papers and opens up new lines of inquiry."

- Marc Gruber


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Career Services

Join the Career Services Committee

Career Coaches, please consider joining the Career Services Committee in offering one-on-one coaching to AOM members throughout each stage of their career. Differing from mentorship, coaching is a short-term, topic specific conversation not limited to the job search process. In fact, this is a great opportunity to introduce those being coached to DIG leadership and/or mentors. As AOM membership grows in global representation, you are encouraged to volunteer regardless of where you reside. This service is available year-round with increased demand during the Annual Meeting. If you can commit to the development of your colleagues, please email for a more in-depth overview.


Review Period

The review period for the 2023 Annual Meeting submissions ends 16 February. If you haven't , there's still time before the deadline.


Travel Advisory

If you will be traveling internationally to attend the Annual Meeting in Boston, don't wait to apply for your visa. Learn more on AOM's .


AOM 2023 Key Dates

  • Registration/Housing Open: early March
  • Decision Notifications: late March
  • Annual Meeting Program: mid May
  • 83rd Annual Meeting: 4-8 August 2023


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 Paper Development Workshops:

20 March

The goal of the workshop is to develop ideas and working manuscripts with the aim of later submission for review at AMJ. Applications from scholars at minority-serving institutions are prioritized.

Submission deadline: 15 February

31 March

This workshop has two main parts. Part 1 comprises a general introduction to AMLE. The main focus is on writing manuscripts for the research article and essay sections of the journal. Part 2 is focused on supporting and advising researchers, with current work-in-progress, how to develop and refine their papers for submission to AMLE.

Submission deadline: 10 March

5-6 April

This workshop is geared toward PhD students, junior scholars, and senior scholars who are interested in publishing in Annals and AMD. The hope is that this workshop will help participants develop well-crafted proposals and manuscripts suitable for submission to Annals and AMD, respectively.

Submission deadline: 1 March

7 April

The goal of the workshop is to develop ideas and working manuscripts with the aim of later submission for review at AMJ. Submissions on all management-relevant topics, at all levels of analysis, and using all empirical methods are invited for the workshop.

Submission deadline: 7 March

15 April

The goal of the workshop is to develop ideas and working manuscripts with the aim of later submission for review at AMJ. Submissions on all management-relevant topics, at all levels of analysis, and using all empirical methods are invited for the workshop.

Submission deadline: 10 March

21 April

This idea development workshop (IDW) is geared toward early career researchers (e.g., Assistant Professors and Postdoctoral fellows) and PhD students who are interested in publishing in AMR.

Submission deadline: 10 March

28 April

An in-person IDW geared toward early career researchers (e.g., Assistant Professors and Postdoctoral fellows) and PhD students who are interested in publishing in AMR.

Submission deadline: 17 March

3-4 May

This workshop will provide advice on a draft paper or early-stage research that fits with the aims and mission of AMLE and to develop the work towards possible publication in the journal. Special development sessions on essays, writing up research methods, constructing theoretical and practical contributions, and responding to reviewers.

Submission deadline: 4 March


Division and Interest Group Nominations

DIG nominations are now open! Participate to self-nominate or suggest a deserving candidate for one of the many DIG elected roles available. Access the Nomination webpages through your .


AOM Bylaws Amendment Vote

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Join the Conversation!

AOM members are engaging in active conversations and seeking advice and expertise from colleagues in these discussion threads. Contribute to these scholarly conversations:


Current AOM Student and Academic members can now access research methods resources from the as part of their membership benefits. These resources cover quantitative and qualitative methodologies at the introductory and advanced levels.


Join CARMA's upcoming lectures:

  • 10 February: Interpreting Results with Practical Significance in Mind: An Overview of the Common Language Effect Size Indices
  • 3 March: Methods for Collecting and Analyzing Data from Zoom Meetings, How to Write your Qualitative Research for Publication in Top Journals?, and Network Analysis/Dynamic Networks
  • 24 March: The Power of Tools in Qualitative Analysis, and Implications of the Open Science Movement for Emerging Scholars: Why Is It Important and How to Prepare

Members in the News

A Tribute to Don E. Conlon

The academic community lost a beloved scholar, leader, and friend when . Don was recognized internationally for his scholarship in organizational justice, managerial decision-making, negotiation, and dispute resolution. He served MSU as a Department Chair for many years and he significantly contributed to the broader academy through various roles such as President of the International Association of Conflict Management, Chair of the Conflict Management Division of the Academy of Management, and most recently as an Associate Editor for the Academy of Management Review. But Don was much greater than all these roles; he could connect with anyone, anywhere and anytime, and loved bringing together interesting people in fabulous places, particularly to share his love of music. One of his many gifts is that he was genuinely interested in people and made everyone feel special and unique. Academia has lost a great mind, a great professor, and most of all, a great man. RIP Don.

A Professor of Management Emeritus at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, Ed was a trailblazer in his field and beloved member of the Academy of Management, who made a lasting impact in the community and the field of organizational development. Those who knew him described as a "giant in his field, and warm and generous with his time and talent throughout his life." In 1989, Ed became a Fellow of the Academy, and was a member of the Careers and ODC divisions. Ed was the recipient of the Hughes Award for Career Scholarship in 2000 and the Distinguished Scholar-Practitioner Award at the Annual Meeting in 2009. AOM Member Matt Minahan shared a post in remembrance of Ed Schein which you can .

As pressure mounts on companies to look beyond profit, business schools are responding with new courses and teaching. These awards, now in their second year, acknowledge AOM members whose efforts are to helping to recast business.


  • Eric Cornuel, Director General and CEO, EFMD
  • Ans De Vos, Academic Director, Expertisecentrum Next Generation Work, Antwerp Management School, (CAR, DEI, HR, MED, OB)
  • Andrew Hoffman, Professor of Management & Organizations, Professor of Environment and Sustainability, and Holcim (US), Inc. Professor of Sustainable Enterprise, University of Michigan (OMT, ONE, SIM)

Highly Commended:

  • Rodolphe Durand, Professor of Strategy and Business Policy, HEC Paris (OMT, SIM, STR)
  • Sirish Kumar Gouda, Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore
  • Martina Pasquini, Assistant Professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship, IE Business School (STR, TIM)
  • Michael Toffel, Senator John Heinz Professor of Environmental Management, Harvard Business School (ONE, SIM)
  • Alfred Vernis, Associate Professor, Department of Strategy and General Management, Esade (ONE, SIM)

  • Arijit Chatterjee, Associate Management Professor, Essec Business School (OMT, STR)

Highly Commended:

  • Shaz Ansari, Professor of Strategy & Innovation, Professorial Fellow of St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge Judge Business School (OMT, STR, TIM)
  • Benjamin Barber, IE Business School
  • Vanessa Burbano, Assistant Professor of Management, Columbia Business School (ONE, RM, STR)
  • Elizabeth M. Campbell, Associate Professor of Work and Organizations, University of Minnesota (DEI, HR, OB, RM)
  • Luis Diestre, IE Business School (SIM, STR, TIM)
  • Gerard George, Visiting Professor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Singapore Management University (ENT, OMT, STR)
  • Joyce C. He, Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations, UCLA (DEI, MOC, OB)
  • Patricia Hein, Assistant Professor of Sustainability, Ivey Business School (OMT, OB)
  • Michael G. Jacobides, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship; Sir Donald Gordon Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, London Business School (STR, TIM)
  • Sonia K. Kang, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior & HR Management, University of Toronto (DEI, OB)
  • Simon JD Schillebeeckx, Assistant Professor of Strategic Management, Singapore Management University (ONE, STR, TIM)
  • Traci Sitzmann, Professor of Management, University of Colorado, Denver (DEI, OB)

  • Kate Cooney, Senior Lecturer in Social Enterprise and Management (CMS, ENT, DEI, OMT, OB, SIM, STR): Inclusive Economic Development Lab grant, Yale Urban Design Workshop Health and Just Housing and Neighborhood Clinic grant, and Equitable Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Landscape Analysis: Entrepreneurial Support Organizations in Greater New Haven
  • Julia DiBenigno, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior (DEI, HCM, MOC, OMT, ODC, OB): Outstanding Published Article in Positive Organizational Scholarship Award, and Class of 2022 Thinkers50 30 Thinkers to Watch Radar List
  • Oriane Georgeac, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior (DEI, OMT, OB): Finalist of The Case Centre's 2022 Outstanding Case Writer Competition for "Ros Atkins and the BBC 50:50 Project"

This group of 15 PhD Project faculty members will serve as the collective voice of the faculty and doctoral student members, provide guidance as The PhD Project considers new programs and partnerships, and be a sounding board for The PhD Project as it executes its strategy. The following AOM members are included in the committee:

  • Jason Thatcher, Milton F. Stauffer Professor of Management Information Systems, Temple University
  • Patricia Martinez, Associate Professor in Management, Loyola Marymount University
  • Susan Perkins, Associate Professor of Strategic Management, University of Illinois at Chicago and New York University (visiting)
  • Clinton Purtell, Clinical Assistant Professor of Logistics and Operations, University of North Texas at Frisco


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