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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  • Unicorns, Gazelles, and Other Distractions on the Way to Understanding Real Entrepreneurship in America Howard Aldrich and Martin Ruef http://amp.aom.org/content/early/2018/03/07/amp.2017.0123.abstract Dazed and confused by the wild hype surrounding gazelles and unicorns, entrepreneurship researchers have focused on the black swans of the entrepreneurial world, even though IPOs and venture capital...

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  • Protesting Corruption on Twitter:Is It a Bot or Is It a Person? by Carolina Salge and Elena Karahanna AMD 4:1, March In studying how activists use technology to express public dissatisfaction online, we discover that what we assumed to be human protestors were in some cases bots—automated accounts in online social networks. To explicate the discovery of bots, we problematize an implicit assumpt...

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  • Pitching for Social Change: Towards a Relational Approach to Selling and Buying Social Issues by Christopher Wickert and Frank G.A. De Bakker AMD 4:1, March In the issue-selling literature, little attention has been paid to the struggles of those managers who try to sell social issues to potential issue buyers who are not particularly sensitive to the normative elements of these social issues. I...

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  • The Economic Evaluation of Time Can Cause Stress by Jeffrey Pfeffer and Dana R. Carney AMD 4:1, March Psychological stress can cause decreases in well-being, increases in disease, and faster cellular death. Because the workplace is one prominent source of stress, it is both practically and theoretically useful to comprehensively understand which workplace practices may be stress-inducing. In t...

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  • How Do the Romans Feel When Visitors ‘Do as the Romans Do’? Diversity Ideologies and Trust in Evaluations of Cultural Accommodation by Jaee Cho, Michael W. Morris, and Benjamin Dow AMD 4:1, March Past research finds foreign visitors who accommodate their behavior to local norms to a moderate degree are appreciated more than those who accommodate little, but more extreme accommodation does not al...

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  • Organizational Readiness: Culturally Mediated Learning through Disney Animation by Martyn Griffin, Mark Learmonth and Nick Piper amle.2016.0073 This article develops the notion of organizational readiness, a construct that describes the anticipatory expectations about future organizational life that children develop as they imbibe the cultural influences to which they are exposed. We conduct our a...

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  • Academic Entrepreneurship: The Roles of Organizational Justice, Championing, Education, Work-Life Balance, Identity, and Motivation by Rachel Balven, Virgil Fenters, Donald Siegel, and David Waldman http://amp.aom.org/content/early/2017/09/01/amp.2016.0127.abstract The burgeoning literature on academic entrepreneurship primarily incorporates macro- level ideas and tools from fields such as economi...

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  • Culture and Negotiation Strategy: A Framework for Future Research by Jeanne M. Brett, Brian C. Gunia, and Brosh M. Teucher from http://amp.aom.org/content/31/4/288.abstract The literature on the use and effectiveness of negotiation strategies reveals intriguing yet unexplained patterns of cultural differences. Negotiators in some regions of the world rely on the questions and answers (Q&A) strat...

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  • An Affect-Based Model of Recipients' Responses to Organizational Change Events by Shaul Oreg, Jean Bartunek, Gayoung Lee and Boram Do from http://amr.aom.org/content/early/2017/07/11/amr.2014.0335.abstract Following a long period during which attention has been paid predominantly to the role of change agents in organizational change, change recipients and their experiences have finally begun to ...

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  • Beyond Constraining and Enabling: Towards New Microfoundations for Institutional Theory by Ivano Cardinale This paper argues that the quest to establish microfoundations for institutional theory is hindered by two assumptions on which it currently rests: that structure simply constrains and enables action, and that agency is mostly associated with reflexivity. The paper unpacks these two assumptio...

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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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