This community looks for the following functions:• Create and disseminate knowledge about business administration and other types of private and public institutions• Provide a dynamic platform that supports the work of our members, facilitates the exchange of ideas and experiences, and offers opportunities for collaboration and mutual enrichment • Facilitate and promote a fruitful dialogue with the business world that contributes to the exchange of ideas and improves the management of organizations• Build a strong network among academic and executive directors to extend knowledge and good business management practices • Help in configuring partnerships among academic and students of business management, as well as publishing job opportunities all over the world.
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This Community aims to support dialogue among scholars who share a double conviction: (a) that the socio-economic structures that dominate the world today can and should be replaced by ones that better support human flourishing, and (b) that the contours of more appropriate structures are already emerging, if we only know where to look. As the cyber-punk novelist William Gibson, put it: "The future is already here, it is just not evenly distributed."We have different views of the root causes of the current structures' inadequacy, and different views on what kinds of alternatives are the most promising, but we share a sense of urgency. Impelled by this sense, we aim to explore alternative economic futures in all parts of the globe and at all scales: groups, enterprises, communities, societies, international
AOM ETHICS Resources is an community in which AOM members can discuss ethical issues that affect their research, teaching and professional lives. ETHICS communicates the Academy’s commitment to ethical conduct as a priority of the organization. The purpose of the blog is to raise awareness about everyday ethical issues and ethics in the context of the Academy and the profession. The blog also provides a location for experts to respond to members’ questions and concerns about ethics. The blog is sponsored by the AOM Ethics Education Committee.
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The Career Center links members seeking career advice/resources with members who are already established in the field and/or have completed research on relevant career advice services.
The Careers Division of the Academy of Management addresses people's lifelong succession of work experiences, the structure of opportunity to work, and the relationship between careers and other aspects of life.
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CTO focuses on the study of behavioral, economic, and social aspects of communication and information systems within and among organizations or institutions. Major topics include: interpersonal communication; verbal, nonverbal, and electronic communication; vertical, horizontal and diagonal communication; inter-group and intra-group communication; communication networks; applications of information technology in business and society; organizational adoption of communication and information technology; communication and information strategy and policy; communication and organizational culture; communication and information research methodology; managing information technology services; virtual teams, virtual work, and virtual organizations; the management of information systems professionals; e-communications; information systems development; managing IT-related organizational change; e-business, e-commerce, and e-markets; electronic value systems, value chains, and value webs; privacy and ethics; knowledge work, knowledge workers, and knowledge networks; IT infrastructure; governance of IT services; and organizational networks.
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The Conflict Management (CM) Division within the Academy of Management is dedicated to supporting research, teaching and practice in the areas of conflict, power, and negotiation.
The Critical Management Studies Division is a forum within the Academy of Management for the expression of views critical of unethical management practices and the exploitative social order.
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Scholars and practitioners who are interested in learning about and discussing organizational culture and climate.
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Mission: To generate and disseminate knowledge about gender and diversity within and outside of organizations, to embrace diverse perspectives in organizational research and education, and to support social justice through the inclusion of marginalized voices in members’ research and practice.
Scholars and practitioners interested in learning about and discussing the role of emotions in organizational settings.
An online community created to foster communication and collaboration among AOM members sharing an interest in Employee Volunteering
We Grow Entrepreneurship Scholars: We are a network of entrepreneurship scholars that supports the professional development of our members who create and disseminate knowledge.
The Greek Management Scholars' List aims at bolstering the community of Greek management scholars and organizing annual get-togethers at the AOM conference
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Dedicated to understanding the role of professionals and organizations in providing health care both locally and internationally.
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Human Resources Division is dedicated to understanding, identifying, and improving the effectiveness of HR practices to facilitate organizational competitiveness nationally or internationally, encourage individual growth and development, and enhance individual performance, work-related attitudes, and well-being.
An online community dedicated to Humanistic Management via a discussion board and file collaboration libraries
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An online community dedicated to Iberoamerican Scholars via a Discussion board and collaboration file libraries.
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The International Management Division (IM) of the Academy of Management focuses on content pertaining to the theory, research, and practice of management with a cross-border or cross-cultural dimension.