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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  • The Advocacy Trap
    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
    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
    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
    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"
    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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  • Authority or Community? A Relational Models Theory of Group-Level Leadership Emergence
    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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  • Reasoning by Analogy and the Progress of Theory
    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
    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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  • Deceptive Negotiating: The Role of the Environmental Cue
    Recent psychological research on deception has focused on environmental cues—features of the physical and temporal environment (e.g., money, mirrors) that can influence an individual's decision to deceive. Although research on the social situation of negotiation has examined numerous reasons why negotiators deceive, it has not often explored the role of environmental cues. The current paper seeks ...
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  • Integrating Emotions and Affect in Theories of Management
    Integrating Emotions and Affect in Theories of Management by Neal Ashkanasy, Quy Huy, and Jo K. Oh from AMR 42:2, 10.5465/amr.2016.0474 Scholars have studied emotions and affect in organizational settings for over twenty years, providing numerous insights into understanding how organizations and the people who work in them behave. With such a rich accumulation of knowledge, the time seemed right...
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  • Flourishing via Workplace Relationships
    Flourishing via Workplace Relationships: Moving Beyond Instrumental Support by Amy E. Colbert, Joyce E. Bono, and Radostina K. Purvanova ACAD MANAGE J August 2016 59:1199-1223; published ahead of print July 13, 2015, doi:10.5465/amj.2014.0506 In a series of qualitative and quantitative studies, we developed a model of the functions of positive work relationships, with an explicit focus on the rol...
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  • Atlanta: A Scholar's Guide to a 5-Day Visit
    Mary Ann Glynn, 2017 President-Elect offers some tips for getting the most out of your visit to Atlanta—a city steeped in history, culture, and great Southern cooking. We’ll see you At the Interface in August! http://aom.org/annualmeeting/
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  • Time in Strategic Change Research
    by Sven Kunisch, Jean M. Bartunek, Johanna Mueller, and Quy N. Huy from Academy of Management Annals Vol. 11, Issue 2 In ever-changing environments, strategic change manifests as a crucial concern for firms and is thus central to the fields of management and strategy. Common and foundational to all strategic change research is time—whether recognized in the extant studies or not. In this article,...
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  • A Look Back & Leap Forward
    A Look Back and a Leap Forward: A Review and Synthesis of the Individual Work by Joseph A. Carpini, Sharon K. Parker, and Mark A. Griffin from Academy of Management Annals Vol. 11, Issue 2 Individual work performance has been a central topic for scholars over the past century. There is a mass of research on performance but it is embodied in a variety of disconnected literatures each using their o...
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  • Celebrity and Infamy? The Consequences of Media Narratives About Organizational Identity
    by Anastasiya Zavyalova, Michael D. Pfarrer, and Rhonda K. Reger from Academy of Management Review 2017, Vol. 42, No. 3, 461–480 https://doi.org/10.5465/amr.2014.0037 Research on organizational celebrity is in its nascence, and our understanding of the process through which organizations gain, maintain, and lose this asset remains incomplete. We extend this research by examining which information...
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  • A Semiotic Theory of Institutionalization
    by Yuan Li from Academy of Management Review 2017, Vol. 42, No. 3, 520–547 https://doi.org/10.5465/amr.2014.0274 In management theory scholars emphasize that what actors do is often not what they say, but they tend to assume that what actors do is what they mean or that what they mean is what they say. These assumptions are problematic when studying the institutionalization process, where doing, ...
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  • AOM2017 At The Interface (w Carol Kulik)
    Academy of Management's Annual Meeting is being held in Atlanta, GA. This year's theme, "At the Interface" is an invitation to reflect on the many ways that interfaces separate and connect people and organizations. It is fitting that Atlanta is the site of our 2017 meeting, because Atlanta’s history displays some of the most dramatic separations and connections that interfaces generate. The city ...
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  • Mass-Production of Professional Services and Pseudo-Professional Identity
    Mass-Production of Professional Services and Pseudo-Professional Identity in Tax Preparation Work AMD-2015-0164.R2 from AMD Volume 3, Issue 2 by Roman V. Galperin How is mass-production of professional services possible? Since professional services are credence goods, consumers rely on signals of expertise, like credentials and professional behavior of the service provider, to assess the quality a...
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  • Recognizing and Selling Good Ideas
    Recognizing and Selling Good Ideas: Network Articulation and the Making of an Offshore Innovation Hub AMD-2015-0151.R1 from AMD Volume 3, Issue 2 by Paul M. Leonardi and Diane E. Bailey Organizations have been offshoring work to companies in other countries for a long time. But in the past decade, the practice of offshoring has been changing in two important ways. First, an increasing diversity o...
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  • The Layers of a Clown
    The Layers of a Clown: Career Development in Cultural Production Industries AMD-2015-0160.R2 from AMD Volume 3, Issue 2 by Patrick Reilly Drawing from a roughly five-year participant-observation study of stand-up comedians in Los Angeles, this paper investigates the career development of artists within cultural production industries. This paper introduces and defines the model of a layered career...
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  • Lower Cost or Just Lower Value?
    Lower Cost or Just Lower Value? Modeling the Organizational Costs and Benefits of Contingent Work by Sandra L. Fisher and Catherine E. Connelly AMD-2015-0119.R2 from Volume 3, Issue 2 Although many managers assume that the use of contingent workers helps organizations lower their costs, it is unclear if these anticipated savings actually materialize once these workers’ productivity and indirect c...
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  • Pop-up to Professional: Part-time Entrepreneurship...
    Pop-up to Professional: Part-time Entrepreneurship and Evolving Vocabularies of Motive by Daphne Demetry AMD-2015-0152.R2 from AMD Volume 3, Issue 2 How does a hobby evolve into a business? This paper examines how entrepreneurs transition from freelance ventures - creating organizations “on the side” to test the entrepreneurial waters while maintaining full-time employment - to establishing forma...
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  • New Ways of Seeing (Paper and idea development workshop)
    AMJ’s first "New Ways of Seeing" paper and idea development workshop was a huge success! The event, held April 6–7, 2017, at the Lancaster University Management School, UK, was overseen by Editor-in-Chief Jason Shaw, Deputy Editor Marc Gruber, and Associate Editors Eero Vaara and Sucheta Nadkarni. The 30 authors in attendance each gave “speed presentations” of their work and participated in mult...
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  • A Service Perspective for Human Capital Resources
    A Service Perspective for Human Capital Resources: A Critical Base for Strategy Implementation by Charles Greer, Michael Hitt, and Robert Lusch from DOI: 10.5465/amp.2016.0004 Although formulation has received the lion’s share of attention in strategic management research, implementation is widely considered to provide the greatest challenges for top executives. Observers have cited the need for...
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  • Integrating Emotions and Affect in Theories of Management
    Integrating Emotions and Affect in Theories of Management by Neal Ashkanasy, Quy Huy, and Jo K. Oh from AMR 42:2, 10.5465/amr.2016.0474 Scholars have studied emotions and affect in organizational settings for over twenty years, providing numerous insights into understanding how organizations and the people who work in them behave. With such a rich accumulation of knowledge, the time seemed right...
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  • An Emotional Process Theory of How Subordinates Appraise...
    An Emotional Process Theory of How Subordinates Appraise, Experience, and Respond to Abusive Supervision Over Time by Crystal Farh and Jo K. Oh from AMD 42:2, 10.5465/amr.2014.0347 As empirical research on abusive supervision flourishes, there is an increasing need for an integrative framework that accounts for how and why individuals vary in their perceptions, experiences, and responses to abuse...

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