Paper Development Workshops are designed to provide authors with guidance and expertise in the development of their manuscript for potential submission to an Academy journal.
The workshops include general presentations about the individual journal by members of that journal's editorial team, as well as roundtable discussions that focus on providing authors with practical and developmental feedback aimed at strengthening and improving their papers.
The workshops are open to all Academy members, as well as non-members. Some portions of these workshops may be photographed or videotaped for potential promotion that AOM may create on behalf of the publications. If you have concerns about potentially appearing as a participant in the photographs and/or videos and would like to opt out, please email Susan Zaid within one week of the workshop date to let us know your concern. If you choose to opt out, please also send us your picture so we know who to block from the photos and/or video. If we do not hear from you, we will assume that you are comfortable with potential inclusion in this regard.
Click on the links below for details about each individual journal workshop.
The editors of the Academy of Management Learning & Education (AMLE) invite applications for a Paper Development Workshop (PDW) connected to the Special Issue of AMLE on:
“Learning and Education Strategies for Scholarly Impact: Influencing Regulation, Policy and Society through Research”
Those who wish to have their paper reviewed and discussed should submit an extended abstract by Thursday, 25 March 2021.
The virtual paper development workshop will be held Tuesday, 30 March 2021, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm US EST, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm GMT
AMR Idea Development Workshop (IDW) on Trust in Today’s Changing Theoretical and Contextual Landscapes
The purpose of the workshop is to help authors develop and refine ideas for submission to a forthcoming Special Topic Forum at the Academy of Management Review.
This paper draft development workshop (PDDW) is aimed at exploring the opportunities and processes for developing theories of management and organization that are indigenous to Africa.