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  • AOM 2020 Theme - 20/20: Broadening Our Sight

    The 2020 physical meeting of the Academy of Management scheduled for 7-11 August 2020 in Vancouver has been cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. A 2020 virtual Annual Meeting is in development.  Please click here for an update from AOM President Jacqueline Coyle-Shapiro.

    80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management


    Vice President and Program Chair: Herman Aguinis, The George Washington University

    Theme: 20/20: Broadening Our Sight

    The most pressing challenges in the 21st century are directly or indirectly related to management and organizations: conflict, discrimination, corruption, wellbeing, economic opportunity and equality, and climate change. At the same time, there are important challenges that we are facing in our own profession such as changing models and innovations for teaching and learning, increasing pressure to publish in “A” journals, tensions over the MBA market, and the evolving nature of the university business model. We, members of the Academy of Management are in a privileged position to produce and disseminate knowledge to address these challenges.

    However, there are dichotomies that stand in the way of producing actionable knowledge to address these monumental challenges. In many cases, these are self-imposed dichotomies that have emerged over time and [more...]

  • ANNALS News

    Academy of Management Annals: The highest impact, peer-reviewed management journal!

    Academy of Management Annals is an essential piece of the totality of the AOM portfolio of publications, and we are excited to be able to highlight the unique content which makes Annals the top journal in its field. You will see a number of changes to Annals, effective immediately, with the new edition of Annals for 2017, Volume 11. First, we have streamlined the AOM member online content experience by officially adding Annals to our internal journal content platform. Second, beginning with Volume 11, the Academy of Management will add Annals to the portfolio of our self-published titles, thus bringing to a close our relationship with Annals' previous publisher, Taylor & Francis. Third, we have also redesigned the Annals format—we have brought it into alignment with our other journals with a new cover and paperback binding. And finally, beginning with Volume 11 (2017), Annals will publish two issues per year, the first issue (Volume 11, Issue 1) in January 2017 followed by Volume 11, Issue 2 in August 2017. Stay tuned for more exciting news to come with Annals in the coming year!

    Because of its origins as an invitation-only, once-per-year hardback volume, the question often arises regarding how to count an Annals publication on one's CV. We are often asked whether the articles are book chapters or journal articles, and whether they are peer-reviewed.

    The answer is simple: Annals articles are peer-reviewed journal articles. But many schools and promotion and tenure committees are unaware of this. So spread the word!

    Why the confusion? Volumes 1-8 of Annals were not peer reviewed. Beginning with Volume 9, Annals changed its submission and review process from invited [more...]

  • Specialized Conferences Initiative

    Specialized Conferences


    AOM Initiative: Specialized Conferences

    The Academy of Management’s Specialized Conferences feature a portfolio of smaller, meaningful, and sustainable new meeting opportunities, designed to offer deep dialogue and interactions through intimate, highly-focused gatherings.

    Advancing Management Research in Latin America 15-17 April 2020, Mexico City, Mexico
    This event seeks to foster the development of research from Latin American scholars and institutions and to attract global authorship to focus on relevant issues in the Latin America context. Academic activities will take place in English, Spanish and Portuguese to provide an immersive experience that will foster the development of lasting research networks.

    Learn More: AOM's Specialized Conferences Initiative

    Offer Your Ideas: Call for Specialized Conference Proposals

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