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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  • EMOTIONS AND SUSTAINABILITY: A LITERARY GENRE BASED FRAMEWORK FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT EDUCATION by Ivan Montiel Raquel Antolin-Lopez Peter Jack Gallo This article builds theory for a more effective use of the case method in environmental sustainability management education. Using grounded theory, a set of 75 teaching cases on environmental sustainability is analyzed to propose ...

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  • by Scott Soltis, Daniel Brass and David Lepak While social network analysis has become a staple of research in organizational behavior, organizational theory, and strategic management, integration and utilization of this perspective has been much slower in the area of human resource management. We attempt to nudge the study of human resources management toward “Social Resource Management” – addin...

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  • Organizations regularly make significant investments to ensure their teams will thrive, via interventions intended to support their effectiveness. Such team development interventions (TDIs) have demonstrated their value from both a practical and empirical view, through enabling teams to minimize errors and maximize expertise and thereby advance organizational gains. Yet upon closer examination, th...

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  • by Davide Ravasi, Joep Cornelissen, Violina Rindova, and Michael Etter Published Online:11 Apr 2018 https://doi.org/10.5465/annals.2016.0124 In this article we review four decades of research on the formation of organizational reputation. Our review reveals six perspectives that have informed past studies: a game theoretic, a strategic, a macro-cognitive, a micro-cognitive, a cultural-sociologica...

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  • by Kimmo Alajoutsijärvi, Kerttu Kettunen, and Sauli Sohlo https://journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/amle.2015.0199 Modern business schools exist in a complex world of rankings, ratings and credentials. Some argue that in increasingly competitive global higher education markets, signaling status and quality has actually become more important than being so (Gioia & Corley, 2002; Trank & Rynes, 2003). F...

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  • Navigating between Home, Host, and Global: Consequences of Multicultural Team Members' Identity Configurations by Yih-Teen Lee, Aline Masuda, Xin Fu, and B. Sebastian Reiche https://journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/amd.2016.0063 As the world becomes more connected, individuals increasingly interact and collaborate with people of different cultural backgrounds, and hold multiple cultural identiti...

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  • by Kimberly Elsbach and Beth Bechky https://journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/amd.2016.0025 Using qualitative methods, we examined how observers assessed professional women when they cried at work. Our findings showed that, in four common but stressful, professional work situations, observers used relatively complex and context-specific cognitive scripts to evaluate female colleagues who cried. Spec...

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  • Have You Been Served? Extending the Relationship Between Corporate Social Responsibility and Lawsuits by Michael L. Barnett, Julia Hartmann, and Robert M. Salomon https://journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/amd.2015.0030 Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been shown to provide insurance-like protection that buffers firms from losses when they are sued. But does CSR also buffer firms from being...

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  • by Marlen de la Chaux, Helen Haugh, and Royston Greenwood https://journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/amd.2017.0040 We examine an organizational form that has received little attention despite its social significance – the refugee camp. From an in-depth case study of the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya we explain how these organizations maintain social stability even though refugees live for decades in the...

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  • by Matthew B Perrigino, Benjamin B. Dunford, and Kelly S. Wilson https://journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/annals.2016.0077 Although continuing to capture the attention of scholars, the study of “work-family backlash” remains plagued by a lack of conceptual clarity. As a result, there is growing evidence to suggest that there is a dark side to work-life balance (WLB) policies, but these findings remai...

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  • CEO Attributes and Firm Performance: A Sequential Mediation Process Model by Dong Liu, Greg Fisher, and Guoli Chen Published Online:7 May 2018 https://doi.org/10.5465/annals.2016.0031 Research on the impact of CEO attributes on firm performance is sporadic and fragmented with various studies addressing select pieces of the puzzle. Through synthesizing and integrating diverse theoretical perspecti...

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  • THE DILEMMA PORTFOLIO: A STRATEGY TO ADVANCE THE STUDY OF SOCIAL DILEMMAS IN ORGANIZATIONS by Kevin W Rockmann Gregory Northcraft Published Online:20 Feb 2018; https://journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/annals.2016.0133 Collective action is at the heart of successful organizations. Successful collective actions can be elusive, however, given that organizational actors can see some collective actions ...

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  • Who Built Maslow’s Pyramid? A History of the Creation of Management Studies’ Most Famous Symbol and Its Implications for Management Education by Todd Bridgman, Stephen Cummings, and John A Ballard Published Online:13 Apr 2018 https://doi.org/10.5465/amle.2017.0351 Abraham Maslow’s theory of motivation, the idea that human needs exist in a hierarchy that people strive progressively to satisfy, is...

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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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