OMT WebOrganization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management
Heinrich Greve, INSEAD, tells us why the OMT Division is the "the place to be!" in Montreal and the future. The OMT division is approaching the 2010 Academy of Management Meetings with more than 4000 members, making the division ten percent larger than when I was Program-Chair elect, and even more diverse in its membership backgrounds and interests.
Matt Kraatz, University of Illinois, forecasts a bumper crop of programs at Montreal. Fellow OMTers, We here in the cornfields of Illinois...
This year we have done a thorough review of the OMT Division (full report available here). We have thought about what the Division does, surveyed our members and considered options for the future. We appreciate the feedback which you provided.
This is an opportunity for those who hold the rank of assistant professor (or its equivalent) to gain knowledge and insight on career issues. Applications will be accepted until June 1, but space is limited.
This consortium provides advice from senior faculty to advanced doctoral students who have made significant progress towards defending their dissertation. Nominations should arrive before May 14.
Christine Beckman, University of California Irvine, tells us about the new PDWs.
Andy Hoffman, University of Michigan, and the Practice Committee are offering a workshop on blogging at this year's meetings.
Get help from OMT senior scholars to move your research paper towards publication. Apply before May 31.
This workshop offers the opportunity to tap the experience and knowledge of several senior faculty for help in developing a dissertation proposal. Apply before May 31.
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