22 March 2023

22 Mar 2023
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22 March 2023

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22 March 2023

AOM Scholars discuss what AI and automation mean for businesses and employees in 2023 and beyond.


Esteemed management scholar and panel moderator Jochen Menges of the University of Zurich joined panelists Melissa Valentine of Stanford University, Hila Lifshitz-Assaf of Warwick Business School, and Matt Beane of University of California Santa Barbara to discuss the Top 2023 Trends in the Future of Work on 20 March 2023 as part of the AOM Scholars On... webinar series.


Panelists engaged in a salient discussion on the future of work in the management field and the implications of AI on organizational structure and employment. The AOM Scholars shared actionable, research-based insights for organizations, practitioners, scholars, and the world-at-large.



Jochen Menges

University of Zurich


“Right now, in the workplace, not all people are in the best place when it comes to how they feel, and yet this is increasingly important given the new type of jobs that we have… there’s really an urgent need to find more evidence-based solutions to improve how people feel at work.”


Matt Beane

University of California


“I think we need to find ways to honor more human connections as we deal with all these [new] technologies. It’s not at all obvious to me we need to sacrifice them for progress.”

Hila Lifshitz-Assaf

Warwick Business School and visiting faculty at Harvard University


“We need to start generating more narratives than what we have [on AI]. We now have two dominant narratives. One is scary, anxiety provoking, that automation is replacing us and we’re going to be jobless. The other one is we’re going to be stronger than who we are, we’re going to be augmented, wired with AI. We have to generate more narratives; reality is way more complex.”


Melissa Valentine

Stanford University


“Managers now have a lot more data and insight and possibility for surveillance. People don’t like to lose autonomy. When managers were not using heavy data systems to surveil, but to help workers learn how to measure their own decisions, the data became very empowering. Managerial control done to surveil is not effective.”


Join AOM Scholars for a special Earth Day panel on 19 April


In relation to Earth Day, this panel will discuss how the business world (organizations, leaders, and employees) and private actors can be solutions to the world’s environmental and climate change challenges via sustainability innovation and actions.


AOM Scholars On... webinars are free and open to the public. For more information visit . If you are interested in joining AOM's Subject Matter Expert program, .


Upcoming AOM Scholars On... Webinars

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16 May

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Submission deadline: 1 May

19 May

In this joint talk, we aim to give potential authors information about both journals to help them determine the best fit for their ideas, and to help them understand the characteristics of well-crafted ideas and proposals suitable for eventual submission to AMR and the Annals.

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26 May

In this joint talk, we aim to give potential authors information about both journals to help them determine the best fit for their ideas, and to help them understand the characteristics of well-crafted ideas and proposals suitable for eventual submission to AMR and the Annals.

Submission deadline: 1 May

5 June

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

Submission deadline: 8 May


All-Academy Awards

Have you noticed the leadership of a colleague or peer who is regularly engaged in advancing scholarship to the field of management? AOM invites you to share your recognition for these distinguished individuals and their accomplishments with a 2023 Career Achievement Award nomination.


Inviting Member Input: AOM Value Proposition Survey

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Members in the News

Cynthia E. Devers, R.B. Pamplin Professor of Management in the Pamplin College of Business’s Management Department, has been t.


Cynthia's research examines the influence of formal and informal governance mechanisms, social evaluations, and individual differences on managerial decision-making and individual and organizational outcomes.


“I'm a strategy scholar, but I really research how people make decisions,” said Cynthia. “I try to understand how people make decisions in high-level organizational contexts such as top management teams and boards of directors.”


Cynthia previously served as an associate editor for Academy of Management Review. She is a member of the Managerial and Organizational Cognition, Organization and Management Theory, Research Methods, and Strategic Management Divisions of AOM.


Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) has


Ranjay comes with a rich understanding of business strategy and is a professor at Harvard Business School. He is an expert on organizational growth and recently chaired the Advanced Management Program, the school’s flagship Senior Leader Executive Program.


“It is a privilege to join the Board of such an iconic company. HUL is one of the best and most respected consumer goods companies in the country. I look forward to my role as an Independent Director”, said Ranjay.


Ranjay is the former president of the Strategic Management Division at the Academy of Management and an elected fellow of the Strategic Management Society. He is also a member of the Organization and Management Theory Division and has been a Harvard MacArthur Fellow and a Sloan Foundation Fellow.



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Honors Women's History Month

  • Every article, editorial feature, and review item was written by women, or by teams that included female authors.
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    • An article that theorizes how entrepreneurship education can provide important experiences for women who are survivors of violence
    • A brave and moving companion article exploring why the entrepreneurship article was personally relevant research
    • An editorial introduction from Assoc. Ed. Danna Greenberg that explores how these experiences may require us to think differently about our work as editors


Five Decades of Research on the Role of Context in Management: From Universalism Toward Contingent, Multilevel and Polycontextual Perspectives.

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