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AOM PDW: Understanding Organizational Governance in Digitally Transformed World

  • 1.  AOM PDW: Understanding Organizational Governance in Digitally Transformed World

    Posted 07-12-2021 20:32

    Understanding Organizational Governance in Digitally Transformed World

     

    Academy of Management PDW

     

    12:00 - 15:00 EDT on Saturday, 31 July (session 368)

     

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    LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE...

    REGISTER NOW TO RESERVE YOUR ONLINE "SEAT" BEFORE THEY ARE ALL TAKEN!

     

    REGISTRATION WEB LINK:

      https://2021.aom.org/meetings/virtual/GLKBLuFwNMfvJZDnc

     

    PARTICIPATION IN THE ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS (PART 3) REQUIRES SEPARATE

    REGISTRATION VIA EMAIL.

     

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    Organizer: Richard Makadok (Purdue University).

     

    Part 1: Keynote Speakers

    - Kevin Boudreau, Northeastern University

    - Gary Dushnitsky, London Business School

    - Anparasan Mahalingam, University of Utah

    - Frank Nagle, Harvard University

     

    Part 2: Panel Discussion

    - Hanna Halaburda, New York University

    - Tobias Kretschmer, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

    - Geoffrey Parker, Dartmouth College

    - Brian Silverman, University of Toronto

     

    Part 3: Breakout Group Discussions (REQUIRES SEPARATE REGISTRATION VIA EMAIL)

    - The purpose of these breakout group discussions will be to brainstorm and

      refine ideas for future research projects relevant to the workshop topic.

    - Each breakout group will have several audience members, along with 1 or 2 of

      the panelists or speakers, who will facilitate the breakout group's discussion.

    - Any participant who would like to join the roundtable breakout sessions

      in the third part of the program should email a one-paragraph description

      of an idea for a research project relevant to the workshop topic (along

      with his/her name, title, institutional affiliation, and email address)

      by MONDAY JULY 26 to: StrategicManagementWorkshop@gmail.com

    - Each participant who submits one of these emails will receive a response

      email before the start of the PDW, which will assign him/her to a

      particular Zoom breakout room.

     

    In order to help to build a community of scholars interested in studying platform-based and digitally-enabled business models by using classic core strategy questions, a popular PDW at last year's AOM 2020 online conference (with over 200 live participants and nearly 1000 YouTube views, the STR division's second most popular YouTube video) explored how conventional corporate-level strategy theory could inform our understanding of this phenomenon. This year, as an extension of that initial effort, we propose to take a similar approach to the platform phenomenon, but using a different set of questions as our theoretical lens. Specifically, this proposed PDW examines how platform-based and digitally-enabled business models can be understood in terms of organizational governance. As a step toward understanding organizational governance in a digitally transformed world, this PDW plans to provide a stimulating environment to discuss the implications of digitization for governance, and vice versa. We will focus on how digitization broadens the application of theories of organizational governance to these new organizational forms, and how they bring the need to expand existing theories through a sharp focus on the organizational and governance features that are unique to these novel organizations.

     

    Sponsored by STR, OCIS, OMT, & TIM divisions

     

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    Professor Richard Makadok

    Brock Family Chair in Strategic Management

    Krannert School of Management

    Purdue University

    http://www.makadok.com

     

    "It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation."

    -- Herman Melville