OMT WebOrganization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management
We’re still growing! As of today, the OMT Division has over 4100 members, of which approximately half are from outside the U.S. (finally, Canada is not lumped in with the U.S.). These are very encouraging signals of the vibrancy of OMT within the Academy.
David H. Zhu (Arizona State University), winner of the 2010 Lou Pondy Best Paper from a Dissertation Award, interviews Dan Levinthal (University of Pennsylvania), the recipient of the 2010 OMT Distinguished Scholar Award.
Michael Lounsbury (University of Alberta) calls to your attention the Call for Proposals for the 2010 OMT Division.
The conference will be on the topic "Coordination Within and Among Organizations", June 11-13 2001, Paris.
Read on to learn about your new OMT officers: OMT Program Chair Elect Michael Lounsbury, Representative at Large Eva Boxenbaum, and Representative at Large Klaus Weber.
The Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) Organization Theory division invites submissions for their 2011 conference in Montreal.
Chrstine Beckman (UC Irvine) tells us about the OMT program in Montreal and San Antonio and the need for both submissions and reviewers.
Giuseppe (Joe) Labianca (University of Kentucky) discusses the work of the committee and calls upon members of OMT to get involved and volunteer.
Andrew Hoffman (University of Michigan) and Christopher Marquis (Harvard University) want to let you know about the committee's PDW "Theory and Practice of Management in Asia".
Get connected with the new OMT blog!
The Journal of Business Ethics (JBE) invites submissions on "Sustaining Sustainability in Organizations".
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