The Academy of Management is the preeminent professional association for management and organization scholars.
Our worldwide members are professors and Ph.D. students in business schools at universities, academics in related social science and other fields, and practitioners who value knowledge creation and application. Founded in 1936, our global community today is more than 18,000 strong, spanning more than 110 countries.
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The Academy's 26 Divisions and Interest Groups support teaching, research, and practice.
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Each year at the Annual Meeting, AOM presents awards to members in recognition of outstanding contributions, professional accomplishments, and distinguished service.
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Elizabeth George, University of Auckland, Member since 1992
Ming-Jer Chen, University of Virginia, Member since 1998
Katherine Xin, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Member since 2010
Recipient of the 2022 William H. Neman Award
The National Academy of Human Resources inducted Christopher Collins to its fellowship program considered the most prestigious recognition of HR career excellence. Christopher Collins is professor and director of graduate studies at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University.
Daniel Marsili, president of NAHR, said that Collins “demonstrated dedication to the field of human resources, had enormous impact in leadership roles and in supporting the elevation of the human resource profession.”
“There aren’t a lot of moments where people remind you that the work you have done has had an impact,” Collins says.
Image: Human Resource Executive
The British Academy of Management made a series of awards during their 37th annual conference at the University of Sussex, to celebrate outstanding contributions made by business and management scholars, not just through their research but also the important contributions to society they have made.
Dr. Xue Zhou was highly commended for the project titled "Transforming BSc Business Management for Inclusion through Authentic Learning and Peer-Led Teaching and Learning". The project aimed to address inequalities in student outcomes of the School of Business and Management, BSc Business Management program.
Allison Gabriel was named the Thomas J. Howatt Chair in Management at Purdue University. Her research focuses on emotions, motivation, interpersonal stressors/relationships and employee well-being at work. She serves as faculty director of the new Center for Working Well, which she helped originate and which aims to understand and address challenges facing modern workforces and employees’ desire to “work well.
Allison is a member of the HR, OB, and RM Divisions, an AOM Subject Matter Expert, and has been the recipient of multiple awards at AOM, including the 2021 Organizational Behavior Division Cummings Scholarly Achievement Award, the 2020 Human Resources Division Early Career Award, and the 2019 Sage Publications/Research Methods Division/Lawrence R. James Early Career Achievement Award.