Organization and Management Theory OMT

AOM Symposium: So Much Work to Do - New Approaches to Studying Work Tasks (session 1369)

  • 1.  AOM Symposium: So Much Work to Do - New Approaches to Studying Work Tasks (session 1369)

    Posted 8 days ago
    Edited by Jillian Chown 8 days ago
    We hope you can join us for our symposium "So Much Work to Do - New Approaches to Studying Work Tasks" - the winner of the OMT Best Symposium Proposal Award!

    In this symposium, we ask how to bring the study of work tasks more centrally to organizational research. We invite junior scholars to present novel approaches to studying and theorizing the role of work tasks in organizations. Presenters will cover both the nuts-and-bolts of identifying and working with task data, and the broader implications for our thinking, research questions and theorizing that come from focusing on tasks. Discussant

    Presenters:
    - Callen Anthony (NYU)
    - Jillian Chown (Kellogg Northwestern)
    - Theodore DeWitt (UMass)
    - Nate Wilmers (MIT)

    Discussant: Lisa Cohen (McGill)

    Location: SCC Tahoma 4 (Hybrid)
    Link: https://2022.aom.org/meetings/virtual/Eh8mNWkhbfbksMtQn


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    Jillian Chown
    Associate Professor, Management & Organizations
    Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
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