AMR Special Topic Forum - Theorizing Time in Management and Organizations
Submission Date: 30 September 2022. Editors: Pratima (Tima) Bansal, Donal Crilly, Karen Jansen, Ann Langley, Gerardo Okhuysen, Abbie Shipp.
AMR Special Topic Forum - Fresh Perspectives on Trust in Today's Changing Theoretical and Contextual Landscapes
Submission Deadline: 1 February 2022. Guest Editors: Cecily Cooper, M. Audrey Korsgaard, Kyle Mayer, Laura Poppo, Madan Pillutla, and Aks Zaheer.
AMR Special Topic Forum - The New Normal: Positive Organizational Impact in an Age of Disruption
Submission Date: 30 September 2021. Guest Editors: Flore Bridoux, Jonathan Bundy, Jean-Pascal Gond, Patrick Haack, Jennifer Petriglieri, John Paul Stephens, and Kathleen Sutcliffe.
Special Issue — New Histories of Business Schools and How They May Inspire New Futures
We might do well to re-examine what we are doing and show the executive judgment and courage necessary to implement radical change (Khurana & Spender 2012: 636).
Special Issue - Learning and Education Strategies for Scholarly Impact
We define scholarly impact as an “auditable or recordable occasion of influence” arising out of research (Haley, Page, Pitsis, Rivas and Yu, 2017); this special issue will explore influence through research on communities that include not just scholars, but also other external and internal stakeholders such as regulators, policymakers, managers, students and society at large.
AMJ Special Research Forum - Joining Conversations in the Society on Management and Organizations
Submissions are due by 30 November 2020. Contributors should follow the directions for manuscript submission described in “Information for Contributors” in the front of each issue of AMJ and on AMJ's Contributor Information Page.
Special Issue - Migration "Management": Tensions, Challenges, and Opportunities for Inclusion
This special issue focuses on acknowledging, critiquing, and investigating the global challenges and opportunities surrounding (international) migration management, providing fertile ground for empirical and theoretical exploration and discovery at multiple levels of analysis and within multiple contexts and therefore taking a broader and critical view of the coupling of migration and management.