The Academy of Management (AOM; the Academy) is a professional association for scholars of management and organizations that was established in 1936. It publishes several academic journals, organizes conferences, and provides others forums for management professors and managers to communicate research and ideas.

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  • Incumbent Adaptation to Technological Change: The Past, Present, and Future of Research on Heterogeneous Incumbent Response J.P. Eggers and K. Park Academy of Management Annals November 2017, annals.2016.0051; DOI: https://doi.org/10.5465/annals.2016.0051 Schumpeter famously popularized "creative destruction" as the process whereby new entrants replaced existing firms. In most cases, however, some...

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  • What You See Is What You Get? Enhancing Methodological Transparency in Management Research by Herman Aguinis, Ravi Ramani and Nawaf Alabduljader Academy of Management Annals September 2017, annals.2016.0011; DOI: https://doi.org/10.5465/annals.2016.0011 We review the literature on evidence-based best practices on how to enhance methodological transparency, which is the degree of detail and disc...

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  • Quondam Commitments: An Examination of Commitments Employees No Longer Have by Howard J. Klein; Chad T. Brinsfield; Joseph T. Cooper; Janice C. Molloy Academy of Management Discoveries Vol. 3, Issue 4 This paper introduces the concept of quondam commitments – commitments employees used to, but no longer have. A review of the literature reveals that this prevalent phenomenon has been overlooked and...

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  • Decision Diversion in Diverse Teams: Findings from Inside a Corporate Boardroom by Sarah Harvey; Steven C. Currall; Tove Helland Hammer Academy of Management Discoveries Vol. 3, Issue 4 Using qualitative data from a five-year participant observation study conducted inside the corporate board of a publicly-held company, we discovered what happened when team composition changed to increase the diver...

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  • Work-Life Flexibility for Whom? Occupational Status and Work-Life Inequality in Upper, Middle, and Lower Level Jobs by Ellen Kossek and Brenda Lautsch from Academy of Management Annals May 2017, annals.2016.0059; DOI: https://doi.org/10.5465/annals.2016.0059 We define work-life flexibility as employment scheduling practices that are designed to give employees greater control over when, where, how...

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  • by Brad Aeon and Herman Aguinis September 20, 2017, doi: 10.5465/amp.2016.0166 ACAD MANAGE PERSPECT September 20, 2017 amp.2016.0166 Time management has helped people organize their professional lives for centuries. The existing literature, however, reveals mixed findings and lack of clarity as to whether, when, how, and why time management leads to critical outcomes such as well-being and job pe...

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  • by Michael J. Robinson, Chantal Van Esch, and Diana Bilimoria from ACAD MANAG LEARN EDU June 2017 16:300-313; doi:10.5465/amle.2015.0355 http://amle.aom.org/content/16/2/300.abstract Abstract: We call on management educators to better equip current and future managers and leaders to understand the experiences of transgender employees and address their unique needs in the workplace. We first discu...

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  • The Advocacy Trap: When Legitimacy Building Inhibits Organizational Learning by Tiona Zuzul and Amy C. Edmondson This paper describes a relationship between legitimacy building and learning for a new firm in a nascent industry. Through a longitudinal study of a new firm in the nascent smart city industry, we found that the firm failed to make progress on important internal initiatives, despite no...

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  • Rediscovering Handoffs by Brian T. Pentland, Jan Recker, and George Wyner While handoffs are usually defined as a transfer of something between people or things, we define handoffs as a relationship of similarity and difference between activities or events. By using the narrative network to operationalize this relational perspective, we discover a wider and more meaningful spectrum of handoffs ...

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  • Mindfulness in Action: Discovering How U.S. Navy SEALs Build Capacity for Mindfulness in High-Reliability Organizations (HROs) by Amy L. Fraher, Layla Jane Branicki, and Keith Grint This study of US Navy Sea Air and Land (SEAL) commandos contributes to research investigating mindfulness in High-Reliability Organizations (HROs) by identifying the individual and collective influences that allow SEA...

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  • Beyond Nine to Five: Is Working to Excess Bad for Health? by Lieke L. Ten Brummelhuis, Nancy P. Rothbard, and Benjamin Uhrich This study investigated whether two sides of working to excess, namely working long hours and a compulsive work mentality (workaholism), are detrimental for employee health by using biomarkers of metabolic syndrome, a direct precursor of cardiovascular diseases. In additio...

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  • Towards a "Sunlit Path": Stigma Identity Management as a Source of Localized Social Change Through Interaction by Brent Lyons, Simon Pek and Jennifer Wessel We articulate a process through which individuals with stigmatized identities can be agents of social change towards the acceptance and/or valuing of their identities in their work groups. We posit that whether and how individuals communicat...

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  • This article develops relational models leadership theory, which explains how shared cognition produces group-level leadership emergence effects. The theory proposes that contextual features present early in a group's life can cause members to quickly converge on one of two cognitive relational models for leadership. Some groups adopt an authority ranking model, in which leadership influence is co...

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  • Many influential theories of organization rest on an analogical foundation: we think of the organization as if it were a governance structure, a nexus of contracts, a social network, or an information processing system. We may invoke an analogy simply to express an idea, but analogy use may also constitute a key part of a theoretical explanation and an argument. In this latter, explanatory use, we...

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  • Maternal Bodies as Taboo at Work: New Perspectives on the Marginalizing of Senior-level Women in Organizations from AMP by Caroline Gatrell, Cary L. Cooper, CBE, and Ellen Ernst Kossek This paper contributes new perspectives to studies on women in management, proposing the concept of the “maternal” (or reproductive) female body as a different explanation for why women are underrepresented at hig...

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