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How To Implement Effective Pre-Employment Screening One of the toughest aspects of a business is that you can’t simply go back in time and apply all of the knowledge that you learn while running a business. While it might be tempting to look back and examine your mistakes, the truth is that business owners have to constantly be focused on the future, whether it involves improving the bottom line, expanding strategically, or staying ahead of the competition. One of the most important ways that a business can improve in terms of productivity is to hire more effectively. No business wants to constantly be rehiring and replacing employees because of their ...
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The Southern Management Association (SMA) is searching for a qualified individual to serve as Editor of the Journal of Management . The term for the individual selected will be four years, with the first year as Editor-Elect beginning in June 2019. The individual will begin accepting manuscripts as Editor-in-Chief on July 1, 2020, with the term ending June 30, 2023. Read the complete call for applications/nominations here: https://southernmanagement.site-ym.com/page/callforeditor . The deadline for nominations is 5:00 p.m., February 28, 2019
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Hello !!! It is an academic master dissertation on tourism industry. The unit analyses is on small and medium enterprises located at são paulo state, Brazil,  located in 22 tourism cluster and up to 7.000 enterprises. The theory used will be  innovation, technical cooperation and Oslo manual as a base. The research question is focused on to discover who are the agents/actors in the process, their motivations and weaknesses on their relationships, the role of government and higher education may play on these actors in order to improve their revenues and insertion.. Please, I accept comments, critics, contributions and any suggestion to whom it may concern ...
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The Ethicist blog will be the discussion space regarding the forthcoming article in Academy of Management Perspectives: " Reflections on scientific misconduct in management: Unfortunate incidents or a normative crisis? " We hope this article will generate considerable dialog and discussion, and are preparing this blog space explicitly for that purpose. We collectively look forward to this important dialog. Editors : Benson Honig, McMaster University; Joseph Lampel, University of Manchester Contributors: Joel A. C. Baum,University of Toronto; Mary Ann Glynn,Boston College; Runtian Jing, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Michael Lounsbury, University ...
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Bullying is not mentioned by name in the AOM Code of Ethics . However, principles laid out in the Code make it clear that such behaviors are not appropriate. Members commit to uphold these principles when joining the association. By understanding AOM's expectations and knowing about the help available for dealing with problematic situations, we can improve our own professional ethics and serve as a resource to others. The principle of r esponsibility points to the importance of trusting relationships and the necessity of avoiding conflicts of interest that could lead to exploitation or harm. The principle of integrity states that members ...
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The Internet Challenge to Publishing Ethics Saturday, Aug 11 2018 5:45PM - 7:15PM at Hyatt Regency Chicago in Plaza A Are you concerned about how the internet impacts your scholarship? Perhaps your work has been plagiarized, or components ‘lifted’ into other papers’? Maybe you’ve been getting emails encouraging your to submit to predatory journals, or offering ghost-writing opportunities? Is your university going ‘overboard’ with metrics, measuring and comparing your citations, and comparing you with your peers in ways you never anticipated? Do you feel you’ve been ‘burned’ by reviewers who seem to know who you are rather than being blind to the process? ...
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"Reconsidering the Value of Covert Research: The Role of Ambiguous Consent in Participant Observation"  (Roulet, Gill, Stenger, & Gill, 2017) will be awarded best paper for 2017 by the Academy of Management Research Methods division. The study was published in the SAGE journal, Organizational Research Methods, and is open access through this link . This thought-provoking paper raises a number of questions not only about the nature of informed consent in organizational research, but also about constraints presented by the codes of ethics and guidelines researchers are compelled to follow. To learn more, I posed a few questions to lead author Thomas Roulet. ...
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The AOM Ethics Education Committee believes that dialogue is critical. As scholars, we need to identify ethical dilemmas and figure out how to study them. As students, academics, and practitioners, we need to figure out how to interpret and act on ethical principles.  In both cases we must wrestle with implications for our own professional and personal lives. We invite all members-- including new and student members-- to join us for meaningful discussions. After the conference, we will post the insights and practical strategies that emerge from these sessions. Integrity Meets Creativity: Keeping Honest in Academic Writing  PDW Workshop. Session ...
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Improving lives - Experience, Compassion, Engagement MSR Profiles at the Academy of Management 2018 This year, MSR & Friends, will bring together members of the AOM community to share and explore current, near-term, and possible long-term joint efforts we might identify. Here, we will be taking up MSR instress: current and future prospects for cooperative engagement with other Divisions and Interest Groups (Session 759). https://my.aom.org/Program2018/SessionDetails.aspx?sid=18927  The next day is the Annual MSR Plenary. Together with the Distinguished Guest Speakers, MSR members and guests will focus on the inscape that characterizes our Academy Interest ...
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In addition to sessions and meetings convened by the Ethics Education Committee, we are pleased to share information about valuable sessions that address important aspects of the AOM Code of Ethics. See this series of posts about conference events. *************************************************** If you are attending the Academy meeting this year and interested in diversity scholarship, please consider joining this PDW . Members from all divisions are very welcome. Pre-registration is required for this session. Please contact the workshop organizer  tania.jain@sbs.ox.ac.uk  to obtain the approval code. Scheduled: Friday, Aug 10 2018 11:00AM ...
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The AOM Ethics Education Committee welcomes the focus on ethics themes by members who are presenting valuable sessions at the annual conference. This is one of the sessions we are highlighting. Find others here . After the conference, we welcome these presenters to share insights, themes, or resources on The Ethicist. All are cordially invited to this AOM All Academy Theme PDW focusing on the biases women academics face at work and how they overcome them or persist throw them. Bias in the workplace is a both a practical challenge with which many of us grapple, as well as an ethical issue. The AOM Code of Ethics calls us to “respect the dignity and worth ...
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Longtime readers of The Ethicist blog will remember the substantive writings contributed by the founders and inaugural blog hosts, Lorraine Eden, Kathy Lund Dean, and Paul Vaaler. This experienced team has now collected, updated, and edited their work into a new book,  The Ethical Professor: A Practical Guide to Research, Teaching and Professional Life.   Could it come at a more timely moment? Luckily for AOM 2018 attendees, the writers will offer a lively PDW about contemporary ethical issues for professors--  in research, teaching and professional life. Upcoming, new and experienced professors will benefit from this opportunity! The Ethical Professor: ...
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Good day, I am part of a research team attempting to find out more about pedagogical design of online courses in business & management - we hope to find out what unites us and sets us apart in different disciplines. Please consider completing a short 10 minute survey to share your experience at the link below. Thank you all :) Sylvie  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/J8HZJXS
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Reflect on what matters at Ethics Education Committee events in Chicago! The Ethics Education Committee will offer five opportunities for discussion of contemporary ethics and social responsibility issues in the classroom, research, publication, and professional life. Please join us for PDWs, a caucus, two focused discussion forum sessions, and our annual business meeting. We welcome everyone , including students, scholar-practitioners, new, early career or career-changing members, international members, and experienced academics. Say hello at the new member  event  in the vendor area! PDW:  Integrity Meets Creativity: Keeping Honest in Academic Writing ...
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This post is part of an invited series, in an effort to share ethics-related opportunities, news, and projects lead by AOM Divisions, Committees, and members. *********************************** Session #313, Title: “ Behavioral Ethics Research: A Third Annual Pecha Kucha Springboard and Networking Session .”  Saturday, August 11, 2018 10:45 AM - 2:45 PM. Location: Sheraton Grand Chicago, Sheraton Ballroom II & III. Organizers: Niki den Nieuwenboer (U of Kansas) Marie Mitchell (U of Georgia) Linda K. Treviño (Penn State) The field of behavioral ethics examines the causes and consequences of ethical and unethical behavior within organizations. Buoyed by ...
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This post is part of an invited series, in an effort to share ethics-related opportunities, news, and projects lead by AOM Divisions, Committees, and members. *********************************** Sins of the Fathers: Organizations and Historic Responsibility by Robert A. Phillips, Judith Schrempf-Stirling and Christian Stutz What are the responsibilities of current managers and the organizations they lead for the actions of long ago predecessors? When historians found that forebears of the U.S. bank Wachovia owned slaves, Ken Thompson, chairman and chief executive officer in 2005, publicly apologized stating, " On behalf of Wachovia Corporation, I apologize ...
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Research Highlights Our research committee’s picks of the latest scientific, entrepreneurship literature. Papers featured in our new section, Research Highlight, are selected by the ENT Division’s Research Committee. We are always seeking recently published articles that are “cutting edge” in terms of methodological rigor, study setting, and theoretical and/or practical contribution. If there is an article you feel should be considered, please send it to Casey Frid (cj.frid@gmail.com) along with a brief summary of the article and why you feel it should be featured.” Linguistic Analysis of U.S. President’s Tweets Reveals “Schumpeterian” Leanings ...
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