Title: OMT Global PDW on 'Doing Organizational Research Around the World: Opportunities and Challenges'
Where: AOM, Vancouver
Application deadline: May 15, 2020, submit 4000 word research proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Organization & Management Theory Division is hosting the "Global PDW" again at the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Vancouver, titled "Doing Organizational Research Around the World". The objective of the workshop is to facilitate networking and discussion around the unique challenges and opportunities of planning, implementing, and publishing high quality organizational research using international settings. The PDW is designed to be an interactive session where participants will interact with scholars that have successfully conducted organizational research using data from around the world including Africa, Latin America, Europe, China, India, Israel, and Russia. The participants will also get a chance to get feedback on their own research in small group setting.
At the PDW, participants will interact with a panel of senior faculty members and editors of the top management journals. We will discuss a range of issues in a panel discussion format and get feedback on individual research proposals in small groups, including topics such as managing access to international research settings and data; sourcing funding; issues related to internal and external validity of your research; writing and publishing research using new and understudied settings; managing the review process. The discussions will be followed by an informal lunch.
The panelists for the workshop this year include the following faculty:
Carnegie Mellon U
National University of Singapore
Simon Fraser U
U South Carolina
Submission Guidelines: If you have research that uses a setting outside North America, and your research focuses on organization and management theory related topics, we encourage you to apply. To facilitate close personal engagement and feedback from the mentors, space for this consortium is limited and participation is by application only. Applications consist of a research proposal of an unpublished study based in a setting outside North America. The research proposal should not exceed 4000 words (this word count includes all text in the charts, graphs, diagrams, etc. and references). Please be sure to include a clear description that summarizes the research question, findings, and theoretical and substantive contribution. Please send your abstract to email@example.com by May 15 2020.
We look forward to meeting you in Vancouver!
Dalhia Mani and Pablo Martin de Holan, OMT Reps-at-Large