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It is a health care issue, and of course, we need knowledge about the virus and the development of vaccines to protect ourselves. It is a pandemic, and to resolve crises, we have to build a bridge between clinical research and crisis management research (strategy). Although we have learned a lot about the virus in the last few months, the policymakers both in the public sector and private in several parts of the world do not fully utilize the knowledge gained about the virus to manage crises. Do you have any ideas on building a bridge between two?
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Article I - Name The name of this organization is the Organizations and the Natural Environment Division of the Academy of Management, or, ONE, referred to either by letter or as a complete word-acronym. Article II - Purposes and Strategies The Organizations and the Natural Environment Division is dedicated to the advancement of research, teaching, and service in the area of relationships between organizations and the natural environment. We believe that these interactions may be among the most significant components in the continued existence, development, and management of human organizations and societies. The pollution of air, water, and land, ...
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Advances in Health Care Management Call for Papers The Contributions of Health Care Management to Grand Health Care Challenges Deadline for manuscript submission: November 15, 2020 Volume Editors:          Jennifer L. Hefner, PhD, MPH, Ohio State University, hefner.48@osu.edu                                                                      Ingrid M. Nembhard, PhD, MS, University of Pennsylvania, ingridn@wharton.upenn.edu Series Editor:              Timothy R. Huerta, PhD, The Ohio State University, timothy.huerta@osumc.edu                                                                        We are pleased to announce the call for papers ...
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In this SAP Vlog, Etieno Enang (Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow UK) talks to Paula Jarzabkowski (Cass Business School, City University London) about her and her colleagues’ paper “Producing Persuasive Findings: Demystifying Ethnography Textwork In Strategy And Organisation Research”. The interview includes topics such as: -Events that led to the paper collaboration - The key message(s) of the paper  - Why it is important to give the reader a sense of personalised sensory experience gained from extended immersion in the field - The importance of writing to research and analytical processes  - Key tips for authors on how to write persuasively ...
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Utility bills are a headache. We all have to suffer every end of the month. They can be substantially high and greatly erode your budget planning for other family necessities.  The thing is, the heaviest utility spenders are necessary for your family and they include HVAC systems, washing machine, lighting, and gas, among others. The best you can do is to device ways to reduce these costs while still using the services. Here are 5 tips on how you can crush your utility bills. Dishwashers and washing machines To get the best out of your dishwasher and at the lowest cost possible, make sure you pack it up fully. That way, you wash your dishes in one ...
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As we continue to shift everything online, life is slowly turning into a video game. And with a virtual AOM right around the corner, what better thing to do than to pass along a few cheat codes. You know, remember when hitting Up-Down-Up-Down-Right-Right-Down got you unlimited lives on Super Mario Bros and you could impress your friends (okay, what friends…) by beating the game in under two hours? Ah, those were the days, weren’t they? Well today, as we approach our first video game (ahem, virtual) AOM conference in just a few weeks, we wanted to share a few cheat codes that we picked up by attending and organizing other virtual conferences this summer. ...
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In this SAP Vlog, Etieno Enang (Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow UK) talks to Rebecca Bednarek (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand) about her and her colleagues’ paper “Conducting global team-based ethnography: Methodological challenges and practical methods”. The interview includes topics such as: • Experiences that led to the key ideas presented in the paper • The key message(s) of the paper • How everyday micro practices can be studies in such a way that they inform an understanding of macro phenomena • Research impact Reference: Jarzabkowski, P., Bednarek, R., & Cabantous, L. (2015). Conducting global team-based ethnography: Methodological ...
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In this SAP VLOG, Etieno Enang (Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow) talks to Julia Balogun (University of Liverpool) about her and her colleagues’ paper “Three Responses to the Methodological Challenges of Studying Strategizing”. The interview includes topics such as: • How do innovative ideas emerge? • What was the methodological landscape in 2003? • What made this piece unique? • What critical insights can be provided for those interested in SAP research to
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Getting on the Path to a Data-Driven Marketing Campaign Businesses nowadays have to prioritize devising outstanding digital marketing campaigns. They have to prioritize marketing campaigns that are driven by relevant data as well. What makes data-driven marketing so valuable, anyway? This kind of marketing can simplify the tackling of integration, first of all. It can be beneficial for tailoring applications. If you want to put together marketing campaigns that are all about nuanced targeting, the data-driven approach can be effective. Data-driven marketing can help you pinpoint practices that are effective. It at the same time can help you pinpoint ...
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Job market recap: With the AOM virtual conference around the corner, catch the important highlights and takeaways of Thursdays with OMT in the latest OMT Blog post by Mariam Siddiqui. Mariam Siddiqui PhD Candidate in Management Twitter handle @MissMarSid I’m a PhD Candidate at a Business School in London, and the last few months have not been the easiest. I never expected the journey of my doctoral education to be a linear step-by-step process. However, no one could have anticipated a global pandemic right in the middle of it, either. Having spoken to my friends, it seems we are all going through similar anxieties, ...
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I Love OMT Meet-ups

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OMT Online Meetups are an initiative launched recently by the OMT Executive Committee to help PhD students and junior scholars talk with and get advice from more senior scholars. Here’s a faculty perspective about the meetups from Robert Eberhart:   I love OMT meet-ups. Let’s face it, research is generally a lonely, lone-wolf activity. Few of us were among the popular crowd and advanced study is often tantamount to at least some social isolation. But we are social creatures who cannot know all that we need. So, as many have said, the virtues of communion with our comrades is both energizing and productive as we pursue writing the ultimate interesting ...
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Cloud security is very crucial for businesses offering cloud-based solutions such as SaaS companies. It ensures that the data stored by customers are safe and secure from digital threats that may be facing businesses trading in this industry.  Therefore, it is very important for businesses to clearly identify the responsibilities of each stakeholder. SO, how can you segregate the duties of the parties involved in cloud security systems? Here is how to define and efficiently segregate the responsibility of every party involved. Using the shared responsibility model Cloud computing service providers use the shared responsibility model that delegates ...
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A parallel between industry and academia is that some of the greatest benefits of conferences are the serendipitous conversations taking place in the coffee queues, at the end of sessions, and over networking drinks. As a recent convert to academia, this year’s conference season was important to me as a way of broadening my professional network and ‘joining a conversation.’ (PhD students hear this expression a lot; it has taken me a while to work out what it means.) And if I’m honest, I was also hoping to use the experience to sharpen the elevator pitch for my research. So, the switch to a virtual format – while understandable and an impressive feat – was ...
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Tackling remote sales can be a terrific idea for all sorts of reasons. It can do a lot for scheduling freedom. It can even eliminate the need to have to pay for costly transportation. If you're a remote sales aficionado who wants to take all of your meetings to the next level, there are numerous suggestions that can help you easily do so. Minimize Distractions to the Best of Your Ability If you want to become a remote selling powerhouse of sorts, then you need to reduce distractions if at all possible. There are distractions that you cannot anticipate. You cannot guide the way for the people who are part of your meeting. Despite that, you ...
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The OMT Podcast - Season 1

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What could an English doctorate, standup comedian, and startup entrepreneur possibly have in common? The answer is: surprisingly a lot. Marc-David Seidel, Dalhia Mani, Hovig Tchalian, and Lori Yue once led separate lives in separate disciplines. But they eventually converged, having served as OMT executive members, and today they are featured in OMT’s season 1 podcast. We are all familiar with the work of organizational scholars, colleagues and co-authors who are known for studying organizational behaviors, actions, and processes. Yet, quite often, we know little about the lives of the researchers behind these organizational stories. It is therefore delightful ...
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About this Video In this SAP Vlog post, Lorenzo Skade (European University Viadrina) talks to Paula Jarzabkowski (Cass Business School, City University London) about her and her colleagues’ paper “Strategizing: The challenges of a practice perspective”. The interview includes topics such as: • How did the idea of this Special Issue emerge? • In which ways have scholars built on the article to push the boundaries of the field since then? • Which of the mentioned five main questions remain the most challenging in SAP research? • Which topics and questions will be most relevant for the field in the future? About the SAP Vlog The “SAP Vlog” (Video ...
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Dear Colleagues, How do non-profits manage organizational crisis in this social isolation period   and   how can our communities help them survive? CBA Organizational Wisdom Studio's   addresses this question in its  fifth video-cast episode ,   hosting   Mr.   Buck Busfield , the Co-founder and Producing Director of   B-Street Theater   in California; and  Dr. Ryan Fuller   from   the College of Business Administration at the CSUS,   who has recently conducted a survey study among non-profit organizations in the Greater Sacramento region to explore their responses to pandemic. This episode provides insights about how non-profits deal with   ...
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Industrial manufacturers are innovating their business models by shifting from selling products to selling outcome-based services, where the provider (manufacturer) guarantees to deliver the performance outcomes of the products and services. This form of business model innovation requires a profound yet little understood shift in how value is created, delivered, and captured. Our study of two successful and four unsuccessful cases of this shift finds that effectiveness in business model innovation hinges on the three process phases that unfold in collaboration with the customers: value proposition definition, value provision design, and value-in-use ...
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About This Video In this SAP Vlog, Madalina Pop (Aarhus University) and Anna Plotnikova (University of Leeds) speaks with Julia Hautz (University of Innsbruck) about her and colleagues paper “Open Strategy: Dimensions, Dilemmas, Dynamics”. The interview includes topics such as: - How did the author come to study open strategy and why it is an important topic for research? - Are the identified dilemmas interconnected? And in which context some of the dilemmas are more prominent than others? - Are there any cultural differences in the implementation of open strategizing? - What is methodological advice on studying open strategy going forward? - How ...
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