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14 October 2020

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14 October 2020

 

AOM on Social Media:

Have you joined our new Facebook Member Group?

 

AOM Members—if you haven’t already, we hope you’ll join AOM’s new member-focused Facebook Member Group! Launched earlier this fall, the group was created for members and friends of AOM to read and share posts related to member news, research, events, and more.

 

As a supplement to , the Member Group encourages peer-to-peer discussion, networking, and conversation, and lets members "tag” AOM-related categories (DIGs, journals, etc.) when posting, allowing others to follow and engage in specific category conversations.

 

We’re excited to broaden the ways our members collaborate, and are looking forward to you joining the conversation!

 
 

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HR Dive

 

The AOM Career Services Job Board has new features:

 

For Employers: you can now schedule the start of your job’s run instead of waiting for the posting date. , simply enter the date you would like the job to begin, pay today, and never miss a start date again.

 

For Job Seekers: to help you prepare for interviews, you can now to view job details for positions no longer open, and also access the application materials you've sent employers.

 

for yourself.

 

 

 

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are designed to provide authors with guidance and expertise in the development of their manuscript for potential submission to an Academy journal.

 

Don't miss these upcoming Academy of Management Discoveries Virtual Paper Development Workshops, and be sure to watch the to see what to expect:

THANK YOU TO OUR ACADEMY NEWS SPONSOR

 

2020 Media Kit

AOM offers year-round opportunities for your organization to stay top-of-mind with our audience online, at our events, and in our journals.

 

Access the for sponsorship information.

 
 
 

Board of Governors Nominations Reminder

 

The Nominating Committee is currently for the position of Vice President-Elect & Program Chair-Elect and for three Representatives-at-Large to the Board of Governors. All eligible members are asked to “consider nominating leaders who will meet AOM’s challenges head on and convert them into opportunities and elevate the voices of underrepresented groups.”

 

More information on the Board Nominations process, as well as the link for submitting nominations, can be found .

 
 

Connect with your Divisions and Interest Groups

 

 

AOM members from around the world count on the ability to interact with one another, to network and make professional connections. Connect@AOM is our exclusive online community, where management scholars can connect with information and with each other by participating in discussions and sharing digital resources. to learn how you can take advantage of this member benefit.

 
 

Member Spotlight

 

 

Brittany Bond, one of the winners of this year's Academy of Management William H. Newman Award for Best Paper based on a Dissertation for her paper Pride Without Prejudice: The Burden of Under-Recognition in Organizations.

 

"Shocked, surprised and absolutely privileged to look back at the previous winners and be in this lineage of scholars.”

 

From her impressive academic background, to the path that led to her paper submission, Brittany shares her thoughts and offers valuable advice on the Annual Meeting and getting involved with division and interest groups.

 

Read more about Brittany .

In Memoriam



  • Dr. Richard N. Osborn, University Distinguished Professor of Management and Professor Emeritus at Wayne State University, died at his home in Kingston, Washington, on Saturday, 12 September. He was a member of the Academy of Management since 1969 and was one of 33 charter members of the Academy of Management's Journals Hall of Fame. He was also well-known as the coauthor of an undergraduate textbook, Organizational Behavior (Wiley, 13 editions). He was the author or coauthor of eight academic books, over 60 refereed journal articles, and some 100 refereed proceedings papers and presentations. Dr. Osborn is survived by his wife, Judy, and his children, Marc, Matt, and Jo, as well as six grandchildren.

 

Members in the News

Congratulations to the AOM members recently inducted into :
Richard A. D’Aveni, Kathleen Eisenhardt, David Teece, and George S. Yip

 

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Doctoral Student Development Program (DSDP)

Student members - and access the CARMA video library for lectures on research methods and data analysis.

 

 

Did You Know...

 

…the benefits of signing into the AOM website when you visit and completing your profile information?

 

How to sign in and update your profile:

  • Click on the “Sign In” link at the top of any page and enter your AOM username and password.
  • Once signed in, access your member profile by clicking on your name at the top of any page.
  • In your profile, click the pencil icon in each section to edit or add contact information, a photo, social media accounts, your professional profile, or your communication preferences.
  • Be sure to save your changes!
 

Benefits of signing in and updating your profile:

  • When you sign in to the AOM website, you can access Connect@AOM, AOM journal articles, the member directory and many other items quickly and easily without having to sign in each time.
  • By updating your profile, members can easily contact you or search for colleagues to network with from common work or education histories.
  • Add a photo so members can find you at the Annual Meeting

The Academy depends on its members to maintain their contact information and affiliations up-to-date, so thank you!

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

AMD Special Issue

Digital Transformation: What Is New if Anything?

 

AMJ Special Research Forum

Submission period: 1-30 November 2020

 

AMLE Special Issue

Submission deadline: 31 May 2021

 
 
 
 

Forthcoming in AMP:

Perhaps the most overused term to describe 2020 has been “Black Swan.” Mention Black Swan and most people think of unanticipated events with significant and widespread consequences. This symposium, conceived in 2018, focuses attention on the impact of world-changing events and the consequences for management scholarship. Unexpected shocks are often the product of past human activities and active choices by firms. They are not so unexpected. COVID-19, which occurred as this issue was being put to bed, has uncovered what we got mostly right and wrong about the thinking on such events. The symposium comprises nine papers on teaming in a zombie apocalypse, organized violence in social disruptions, disease pandemics and antibiotic resistance, the refugee crisis, and the post-COVID-19 world.

 

 

AMR Special Topic Forum

Submission deadline: 30 September 2021

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