Divisions and Interest Groups: AOM's Neighborhoods
Ninth in the series: AOM President Herman Aguinis shares his insight on why DIGs are the “lifeblood” of the Academy of Management and observes that DIG leadership volunteers share in our common vision to enable a better world through our scholarship and teaching about management. Several DIG volunteers provide testimonials that reflect their individual volunteer experience and offer examples of ways that DIGs are seeking to meet member needs.
Did you know?
- Each of the 26 DIGs offers a different management discipline, and among other services, enables many networking opportunities for members who share similar aspects of research.
- You can access professional development opportunities, recognition programs, and member communications specific to each DIG from their websites.
- Interested in a DIG volunteer role? Consider adding yourself or another individual to a future Division or Interest Group nomination; Division and Interest Group nominations take place each February.