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30 November 2022

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Member Spotlight: Henry Chesbrough, Journal Paper Development Workshops, DIG News

30 November 2022


30 November 2022

Member Spotlight: Henry Chesbrough


“The intellectual environment was enormously stimulating, and it was the first time I felt that I was part of a much larger scholarly community. I even met another young PhD student there, Chris Tucci, who had grown up in Michigan like me. This summer, in 2022, he was the one who presented this award to me!”

- Henry Chesbrough, reflecting on his first Annual Meeting after joining AOM in 1995

Henry Chesbrough is the winner of the 2022 Distinguished Scholar-Practitioner Award for his significant, long-term contributions to management through his original research on open innovation and continual work in bridging the gap between management scholars and practitioners. On winning the award, Henry says:


“I am transitioning towards retirement now, and receiving this award comes at a wonderful time, when I am starting to reflect on my work and my career. Don't worry, I don't plan to stop, but I might slow down a bit. I sincerely value the award itself, and the focus it brings to those who bridge both theory and practice.”


Henry’s career has had considerable impact in the world of management, most notably with his book Open Innovation: The New Imperative for Creating and Profiting from Technology. The book was published in 2003 and introduced the practice of “open innovation” to the world, which urges firms to look outside themselves for knowledge, and license and share their own innovations as well.


Henry cites that on top of all his achievements in the academic and practitioner world, the most meaningful contributions he makes come from hosting visiting scholars and post-doctoral students and writing papers with them. He says he has been privileged to co-author with dozens of young scholars, and that is the best long-term investment he can make. As for his broader impact in the world of management, he says:


“I first published my book titled Open Innovation almost 20 years ago. I have had considerable time to observe what impact, if any, this work has had. Fortunately for me, the impact has been substantial within academia, and has made some impact in the management field more generally. I've received over 100,000 citations on Google Scholar, and there are more than 600,000 people on LinkedIn who have open innovation somewhere in their profile.”



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2 December

A hybrid paper development pre-submission workshop for an AMD Special Research Forum, "A Whole Different Ball Game—Exploring the Modern Organizational Context Through the Lens of Sports".

Bayes Business School, City University of London

2 December

Deadline: 22 November

6 December

A two-part IDW focusing on publishing in AMR and roundtable discussions of theory ideas from the participants.

Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University

6 December

Deadline: 28 October

7 December

PDW hosted by Nanyang Technological University to develop ideas and working manuscripts for later submission for review at Academy of Management Journal.

7 December

Deadline: 16 November

3 January

An in-person paper development workshop with an emphasis on Registered Reports.

Tel Aviv University, Coller School of Management (FTF) and online in partnership with the Israel OB Conference, Tel Aviv, Israel

3 January 2023

Deadline: 1 December

7 February

This workshop will help participants develop well-crafted manuscripts suitable for submission to the Academy of Management Review.

7 February 2023

Deadline: 3 January 2023

10 and 24 February

This workshop is geared toward who are affiliated with The PhD Project, and who are interested in publishing in AMR. The goal of this IDW is to provide disciplined guidance and constructive feedback to PhD students, junior scholars, and senior scholars affiliated with The PhD Project from seasoned scholars currently serving on the editorial team of AMR.

10 and 24 February 2023

Deadline: 31 January 2023

16-17 March

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

17 March 2023

Deadline: 1 March 2023

5-6 April

From the Beginning to the End: Exploratory Research to Integrative Reviews at the AOM Journals

In-person joint workshop hosted by Vrije Universiteit Brussels

5-6 April 2023

Deadline: 1 March 2023

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.

Hosted by the Department of Strategy & Innovation, Copenhagen Business School

28 April 2023

Deadline: 17 March 2023


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Dotun Ayeni's research, conducted for over two years in the UK and in Nigeria, examines employer and employee perspectives on i-deals; through the point of view of participants working in service-oriented organizations. Due to advancements in technology evidenced by increased automation and a growth in demand for employees with skills in the area of critical thinking, data analytics, and problem-solving, Nigeria has witnessed glaring skills shortage, so much so that employers are doing all they can to hold on to talent, including granting and offering i-deals.


"As the world of work continues to change rapidly and the employer-employee dynamic witnesses a reinvention and reimagination, I believe the management field will benefit by paying attention to nuances shaping the African experience of i-deals and its management", stated Dotun.


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