The OMT Podcast
series launched in spring 2020.
In this inaugural season of our podcast series, we introduce several members of the Organizational and Management Theory Executive Committee. Our conversations explore how they got to where they are today, the cutting-edge questions they are asking, and what motivates them and their work.
You can listen to the episode and subscribe to the Podcast on Spreaker, Spotify, Google, iTunes, iHeartRadio, and most of your favorite podcast outlets.
Season 1, Episode 3: Hovig Tchalian
Hovig Tchalian, Assistant Professor at Claremont Graduate University’s Drucker School of Management, in California
In this episode, Hovig relays his somewhat unusual path into academia, how he originally did not want to be an academic, and why he really enjoys being one now. He also discusses how management research relates to the humanities and what scholars in literature could both learn from and contribute to our field.
To find out more about Hovig Tchalian, please visit his official faculty profile: https://www.cgu.edu/people/hovig-tchalian/
Season 1, Episode 2: Dalhia Mani
Dalhia Mani, Associate Professor at the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore, India
In this episode, Dalhia talks about family, serendipity and networks. She explains how her research was originally fueled by a conspiracy theory and how she found that this was not supported by her data. She also discusses her experience working in different parts of the world and why she loves being back in India now.
To find out To find out more about Dalhia Mani, please visit her official faculty profile: https://www.iimb.ac.in/user/95/dalhia-mani
Season 1, Episode 1: Marc-David Seidel
Marc-David Seidel, Professor at the UBC Sauder School of Business in Vancouver, Canada
In this episode, Marc-David Seidel talks about his interest in stand-up comedy, how his start-up may have been a unicorn, and questions about technology that he is researching and thinking about.
To find out more about Marc-David Seidel, please visit his official faculty profile: https://www.sauder.ubc.ca/people/marc-david-l-seidel