OMT WebOrganization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management
First awarded in 2010, the Best Published Paper Award recognizes a journal paper published in the previous year that advances our theoretical understanding of organizations, organizing, and management. The paper is awarded through a committee process that combs articles published in journals identified by the OMT Executive Committee. The committee selects a potential prize winners those papers that are in the domain of organizational and management theory division. Papers for consideration by the committee cannot be self-nominated.
2015 OMT Best Published Paper Award
The Contraction of Meaning: The Combined Effect of Communication, Emotions, and Materiality on Sensemaking in the Stockwell Shooting
Joep P. Cornelissen - VU University Amsterdam, Saku Mantere - Hanken School of Economics and Eero Vaara - Hanken School of Economics/EMLYON Business School
Journal of Management Studies, 51(5): 699-736
2014 Emily C. Bianchi - Emory University The Bright Side of Bad Times: The Affective Advantages of Entering the Workforce in a Recession. Administrative Science Quarterly, 58(4): 587-623.
2013 Ethan Bernstein, Harvard University. The Transparency Paradox: A Role for Privacy in Organizational Learning and Operational Control. Administrative Science Quarterly, 57: 181-216
2012 Edward "Ned" Bishop Smith, University of Michigan. Identities as Lenses: How Organizational Identity Affects Audiences’ Evaluation of Organizational Performance. Administrative Science Quarterly, 56: 61-94
2011 Harland Prechel, Texas A&M University, and Theresa Morris, Trinity College. The Effects of Organizational and Political Embeddedness on Financial Malfeasance in the Largest U.S. Corporations: Dependence, Incentives, and Opportunities. American Sociological Review. 75: 331-354.
2010 Katherine C. Kellogg, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Operating Room: Relational Spaces and Microinstitutional Change in Surgery. American Journal of Sociology. 115: 657-711.
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