In this issue: Awards & Nominations, AOM 2021 Reviewing, Registration Rates
10 February 2021
Call for Nominations for Division and Interest Group Leadership
The Academy's Divisions and Interest Groups (DIGs) are now seeking nominations for a variety of elected volunteer roles. Your help is needed in this important effort to identify future leaders for the Academy.
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We hope you'll join us for the virtual Annual
Meeting 30 July-3 August. This year's conference fee
includes five days of live conference sessions featuring
over one thousand live and on-demand sessions scheduled
across global time zones, activities, networking
opportunities, and post-conference access to meeting
videos and materials.
Please note: AOM membership valid through 31 August 2021 is required to register for the Annual Meeting.
Reviewing for AOM 2021
The submission review period is underway. It’s not too
late to sign up
and be a part of AOM 2021! If you’ve already
volunteered, sign in to the Reviewer Center
to see and complete your review assignments.
The review deadline is Thursday, 18 February 2021.
All-Academy Career Achievement 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 of
individuals regularly engaged in advancing
scholarship to the field of management via 2021
Career Achievement Awards nominations! Read more here.
In April, the Board of Governors will again conduct both
Board and Division and Interest Group (DIG) elections
simultaneously. Voters will elect a new Vice
President-Elect and Program Chair-Elect of the Academy,
as well as three new Representatives-at-Large.
Similarly, each DIG will elect Chair-track officers, as
well as a variety of other representative roles based on
the needs and governance structure of each individual
group. We strongly encourage your participation in this
important governance process. Please stay tuned for more
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Doctoral Student Development Program (DSDP)
Doctoral Student Development Program
(DSDP), a benefit for student members of AOM, has
been joined by more than one-third of those
eligible, all of whom now have online access to
the comprehensive video library of the
Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis,
or CARMA. It's a valuable member benefit for
doctoral students, research assistants, project
leaders, manuscript authors, and editors.
AMD Discoveries-in-Brief Academy of Management Discoveries
invites you to submit your empirical research to
AMD's newest feature, Discoveries-in-Brief
Registered Reports In cases in which results (whether present or not) may have important theoretical or practical implications, scholars are encouraged to follow a