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Academy of Management

  • 2016: Organizer of two PDW sessions on "Teaching Big Data Analytics" and "Teaching Academic Writing".
  • 2011: Reviewer of paper submissions in the "Business Policy & Strategy" division for the AOM Conference inSan Antonio/Texas.  
  • 2010: Reviewer of paper submissions in the "Business Policy & Strategy" and "Organizational Communication & Information Systems" divisions for the AOM Conference inMontréal/Canada.
  • 2009: Reviewer of paper submissions in the "Technology & Innovation Management", "Business Policy & Strategy" and "Organizational Communication & Information Systems" divisions for the AOM Conference in Chicago.
  • 2008: Reviewer of paper submissions in the "Technology & Innovation Management" and "Management Education & Development" divisions for the AOM Conference in Anaheim/California. 
  • 2006: Reviewer of paper submissions in the "International Management" division for the AOM Conference in Atlanta.
  • 2005: Reviewer of paper submissions in the "Entrepreneurship" division for the AOM Conference in Hawaii.

 

 

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  • Contagion of off-site work drains the company office of its value and appeal, new study finds 2015-09-16 "Once a certain number of individuals work off-site, everyone is isolated" When Yahoo's CEO banned working from home not long ago, what made the edict especially controversial was that telewo

  • Assigning blame too quickly for failures at work can backfire—big time Claire Zillman Fortune 2015-09-08 2015-09-09  Not all workplace failures are created equal. A study published in the August issue of the Academy of Management Journal examined how the origin of a failure affects its f

  • Blame Game? Pointing Fingers Doesn't Solve Business Problems Chad Brooks Business News Daily 2015-09-03 2015-09-03 Businesses shouldn't be so quick to assign blame to employees when problems arise, new research finds. Rather than dismissing a problem as the result of one employee's incompete

  • Reframe Before You Blame: Managing Performance In The Networked Economy Brook Manville Forbes 2015-09-03 2015-09-03 Dad needs a coronary bypass operation—and you’re helping him choose between two local hospitals. You discover both have about the same history of patient deaths per 100 pro

  • A small warning about employee stock ownership Diane Stafford Kansas City Star 2015-08-28 2015-08-28   Did you watch the stock market — and the value of your savings — plummet in the recent market dive? Yep, you know the emotional toll exacted by following your investments, even if the d