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Call for Participation: 2022 OMT Division Global Consortium

  • 1.  Call for Participation: 2022 OMT Division Global Consortium

    Posted 04-14-2022 22:43
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    Call for Participation

    * 2022 OMT Global PDW *

    Where: AOM 2022 (face-to-face and online hybrid)
    When (Application deadline): May 15, 2022 – LIMITED SEATS
    Who: Researchers doing research with data in a non-traditional region or an alternative cultural background
    How: Submit a 4000-word research proposal by email (

    The Organization & Management Theory Division of Academy of Management is hosting the “Global PDW” for the fifth consecutive year at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. The objective of the workshop is (1) to expand the organization and management theory scholarship from global perspectives, with questions, issues and practices based on alternative cultural and historical backgrounds; (2) to obtain high quality and specific feedback on research, based in international settings, from experienced mentors; and (3) to discuss common challenges and opportunities of planning, implementing, and publishing high quality organizational research using international settings.

    This PDW is sponsored by OMT and supported from regional organizations in a spirit of global collaborations: Africa Academy of Management, Asia Academy of Management, Iberoamerican Academy of Management (IAOM), and Japanese Academic Association for Organizational Science.

    Our panelists and mentors are scholars that have successfully conducted organizational research using data from around the world including “non-traditional” / international locales. The participants will also get a chance to get feedback on their own research in small group setting, to exchange with peers, and to interact with mentors and receive feedback from them either individually or in very small groups.

    This PDW is interactive. While many participants are likely to be attending in-person, we may also consider hybrid options to facilitate participation of those who are unable to travel.

    Andrew Spicer, University of South Carolina
    Anna Kim, McGill University
    Baniyelme Zoogah, Xavier University
    Christina L. Ahmadjian, Hitotsubashi University
    Christopher B. Yenkey, University of South Carolina
    Chuck Eric Eesley, Stanford
    Dalhia Mani, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
    Dan Lerner, IE Business School
    Daniel Hjorth, Copenhagen Business School
    Eric Quintane, ESMT Berlin
    Gregoire Croidieu, EMLYON Business School
    Hitoshi Mitsuhashi, Waseda University
    Jochem Kroezen, University of Cambridge
    Jordan Siegel, University of Michigan
    Maria Jose Murcia , IAE Business School - Argentina
    Mukta Kulkarni , Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
    Pablo Fernandez, IESE Business School
    Rajiv Kozhikode, Simon Fraser University
    Robin Holt, Copenhagen Business School
    Ruth V. Aguilera, Northeastern University
    Shige Makino, Kyoto University
    Sun Hyun Park, Seoul National University
    Suresh Bhagavatula, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
    Takahiro Endo, University of Victoria
    Tal Simons, Erasmus University
    Tao Wang, Kyoto University
    Vibha Gaba,, INSEAD
    Yujin Jeong, American University

    Submission Guidelines: If you have research that uses a setting outside North America, and your research focuses on organization and management theory related topics, we encourage you to apply. If you are intrigued by the challenges, joys, and tribulations of conducting research in “non-traditional” locales, we encourage you to apply. If you are based in an international and/or non-traditional location, we encourage you to apply.

    To facilitate close personal engagement and feedback from the mentors, space for this consortium is limited and participation is by invitation only.

    To be considered for the PDW, please submit a research proposal of an unpublished study based in an international / “non-traditional” setting. The research proposal should not exceed 4,000 words (including tables, figures, and references). It should have a clear description that summarizes the research question, findings, and theoretical and substantive contribution.

    Please email your abstract by May 15, 2022.

    We look forward to meeting you in Seattle!

    Yutaka Yamauchi and Srividya Jandhyala
    OMT Global Reps-at-Large