We are pleased to congratulate the 2016 Journal of Management Best Paper and Scholarly Impact Award winners, announced just recently at the Academy of Managment 2016 Annual Meeting. The Scholarly Impact Award, given annually, recognizes work with a lasting impact on the academic community and beyond. Our congratulations to the following winners: Scholarly Impact Award: Christopher Zott, … Continue reading Announcing the Winners of JOM’s Best Paper and Scholarly Impact Award!
The Academy of Management 2016 Annual Meeting is going on now in Anaheim! This year's theme, Making Organizations Meaningful, is all about the extensive impact of an organizations purpose, value, and worth. Organizational meaningfulness is a rich area of research--organizations communicate meaning across a wide variety of mediums to a wide variety of audiences, with … Continue reading Visit SAGE @ AOM 2016!
Tomorrow kicks off the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in sunny Anaheim, California! This year's theme is Making Organizations Meaningful. In introducing the theme, Mary Ann Glynn, Academy of Management Vice President and Program Chair, had this to say: The meaningfulness of an organization is its expression of purpose, values or worth. It … Continue reading SAGE @ AOM 2016!
We are pleased to congratulate John K. Kruschke of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University and Herman Aguinis and Harry Joo, both of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. Their paper, "The Time Has Come: Bayesian Methods for Data Analysis in the Organizational Sciences," published in the Organizational Research … Continue reading ORM Best Paper Winners!
As the field of family business continues to grow, so does its influence on management research as a whole. As we recently reported, Family Business Review was singled out this year by Thomson Reuters as a "Rising Star" in the field of Economics & Business. As the 2012 FFI Global Conference prepares to kick off this Wednesday … Continue reading Family Business: Part 1 of 3