PDW Report: 2010
PDW Summary•   19 PDW Sessions sponsored by OMT•   55 including co‐sponsors•   850 People in the 19 where OMT was the prim...
Program Report: 2010
Submissions to OMT                                      584 587                                              479 488      ...
Accepted Submissions by TypeSubmission Type             Number Accepted              Acceptance Rate (as % of             ...
Some Popular KeywordsKeyword                                    Number of Papers UsingPerformance / Effectiveness         ...
Origin of Paper SubmissionsOrigin                                    Percentage of  Paper SubmissionsNorth America        ...
Reviewer Information• 891 people volunteered to review for OMT    – THANK YOU!!• 777 volunteers received papers to review ...
ABCD Reviewer Awards         (Above and Beyond the Call….)•   Punit Arora, Syracuse U. •   Kimberly A. Bates, Trent U. •  ...
Other People Who Went Far Above            and Beyond…• My predecessors in the program chair job• Faculty Colleagues and P...
Lou Pondy Award for Best          Dissertation‐Based Paper• Runner Up:  Ming Leung, University of California,   Berkeley  ...
OMT Best Symposium            • Runner‐up: Xiaoqu Luo                        (Fordham) and Mi Feng Award                  ...
OMT Best Paper  • Runner Up:  David Zhu (ASU) and                   James Westphal (Michigan)Award(Generously             ...
Martin   Trailblazer     Award
Wayne Baker     Kim Cameron        Jane Dutton Bob Quinn    Gretchen Spreitzer   Lynn Wooten
OMT Best Published Paper Award:                Runners Up• Wesley D. Sine and Brandon H.  Lee, “Tilting at Windmills? The ...
OMT Best Published Paper Award:               Winner• Katherine C. Kellogg, MIT  – “Operating Room: Relational Spaces and ...
2010 OMT Division    Henrich R. Greve2010 OMT Division Chair
OMT 5‐year Review• Membership survey  – OMT satisfaction high• Gaps:  – Communications  – Profile  – Internationalization ...
Profile• OMT PDW session on blogging• Mini‐conferences on OMT topics; possibly   cosponsored• teachOMT linked to OMTweb• O...
Internationalization• Look for international locations and attendees   for mini‐conferences• Connect with regional associa...
Community• OMTweb made for year‐round participation   and blogging; editorial committee• Consortia used as sounding boards...
2010 OMT Division Business Meeting
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Presentation made during 2010 OMT Division Business Meeting in Montreal, Canada.

2009-2010 OMT Division Officers
Willie Ocasio, Past Division Chair
Henrich Greve, Division Chair
Royston Greenwood, Division Chair Elect
Matt Kraatz, Program Chair
Christine Beckman, Program Chair Elect
Diane Burton and Candace (Candy) Jones, Third Year Representatives-at-Large
Damon Phillips and Nelson L. Phillips, Second Year Representatives-at-Large
Martin Gargiulo and Bill McEvily, First Year Representatives-at-Large
Andrew (Andy) Hoffman, Practice Committee Chair
Joe Labianca, Research Committee Chair
Anand Narasimhan, Teaching Committee Chair
Brayden King, Editorial Committee Chair
William (Bill) L. Dougan, Treasurer
Rodney Lacey, Communications Coordinator
Joel Gehman, Website Coordinator

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2010 OMT Division Business Meeting

  1. 1. PDW Report: 2010
  2. 2. PDW Summary• 19 PDW Sessions sponsored by OMT• 55 including co‐sponsors• 850 People in the 19 where OMT was the primary sponsor• Doctoral Consortium sponsored by: • THANK YOU!
  3. 3. Program Report: 2010
  4. 4. Submissions to OMT 584 587 479 488 357 355 273 270 228206 181 73 76 73 65 80 52 52 49 40 48 112000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Papers Symposia
  5. 5. Accepted Submissions by TypeSubmission Type Number Accepted Acceptance Rate (as % of  Total Submissions)Division Papers 161 27%Division Roundtable Papers 117 19%Discussion Papers 32 5%Cross Division Roundtable 10 2%PapersSymposia 49 (includes co‐sponsored) 60%
  6. 6. Some Popular KeywordsKeyword   Number of Papers UsingPerformance / Effectiveness 87Interorganizational Relations 79Networks 72Innovation / Creativity 64Institutions 64Organizational Forms 59Organizational Change 57Corporate Governance 56Legitimacy and Diffusion 54Capabilities / Competencies 52Learning 52**Note that submitters chose 3 keywords and that keywords overlap
  7. 7. Origin of Paper SubmissionsOrigin Percentage of  Paper SubmissionsNorth America 45% (39% US / 6% Canada)Europe 39%Asia 10%Other 5%**Note that symposium submissions were disproportionately North American
  8. 8. Reviewer Information• 891 people volunteered to review for OMT – THANK YOU!!• 777 volunteers received papers to review – Average of 2.58 submissions per reviewer• 53% of reviewers were from outside of U.S.• 38% of reviewers were PhD students• 54% of reviewers have been in AOM for less than 5 years• Only 12% of reviewers have been AOM members for more  than 10 years…• …which seems like a problem
  9. 9. ABCD Reviewer Awards (Above and Beyond the Call….)• Punit Arora, Syracuse U. • Kimberly A. Bates, Trent U. • Tammy E. Beck, U. of North Carolina, Charlotte • Forrest Briscoe, Pennsylvania State U. • Helena Buhr, U. of Michigan • Andrea Casey, George Washington U. • W. L. Dougan, U. of Wisconsin, Whitewater • Mark Thomas Kennedy, U. of Southern California • Kenji Klein U. of California, Irvine • Ming D. Leung, U. of California, Berkeley • Daniel Malter, U. of Maryland, College Park • Stuart Anthony Middleton, U. of Queensland • Vanessa Pouthier, Northwestern U. • Timothy J. Quigley, Pennsylvania State U. • Tracy A. Thompson, U. of Washington, Tacoma 
  10. 10. Other People Who Went Far Above  and Beyond…• My predecessors in the program chair job• Faculty Colleagues and PhD students at the  University of Illinois  – Ruth Aguilera, Mike Bednar, Lina Deng, Ricardo Flores,  Young‐Chul Jeong, Geoff Love, Huseyin Leblebici,  Jaegoo Lim, Eric Neuman• Many emergency reviewers who came through  on very short notice• Many friends and colleagues at other universities  who received considerably more than 2.58  submissions to review
  11. 11. Lou Pondy Award for Best  Dissertation‐Based Paper• Runner Up:  Ming Leung, University of California,  Berkeley – Dilettante or Renaissance Man? How the Sequence of  Category Memberships Affects Credibility in an Online  Market for Services• Winner:  David Zhu, Arizona State University – Sparing Boards Will Pay Even Less and Openhanded  Boards Will Pay Even More• Note that David’s paper also won the Newman  Award for the best dissertation paper across all  AOM divisions!
  12. 12. OMT Best Symposium  • Runner‐up: Xiaoqu Luo  (Fordham) and Mi Feng Award (Stanford)(Generously  – Understanding the Context of Sponsored by SAGE  Entrepreneurial Activities:  Publications) How Social Structures Matter • Winner:  Connie Helfat,  Dartmouth College – Ambidexterity and Dynamic  Capabilities: Unraveling the  Role of Managers and the  Environment
  13. 13. OMT Best Paper  • Runner Up:  David Zhu (ASU) and  James Westphal (Michigan)Award(Generously  – Pluralistic Ignorance and the Sponsored by  Persistence of Positive Analyst Organization Studies) Reactions to Repurchase Plans • Winner: Maxim Sytch, University  of Michigan – Where Do Conflictual Ties  Come From? Exploring the Role  of Spatial Distribution of  Principals and Mediating  Agents
  14. 14. Martin Trailblazer Award
  15. 15. Wayne Baker Kim Cameron Jane Dutton Bob Quinn Gretchen Spreitzer Lynn Wooten
  16. 16. OMT Best Published Paper Award:   Runners Up• Wesley D. Sine and Brandon H.  Lee, “Tilting at Windmills? The  Environmental Movement and the Emergence of the U.S. Wind  Energy Sector,” Administrative Science Quarterly, 2009.• Bryant A. Hudson and Gerardo A. Okhuysen, 2009, “Not with a Ten‐ Foot Pole: Core Stigma, Stigma Transfer, and Improbable  Persistence of Mens Bathhouses,” Organization Science, 2009.• Greta Hsu, Michael T. Hannan, and Özgecan Koçak, “Multiple  Category Memberships in Markets: An Integrative Theory and Two  Empirical Tests,” American Sociological Review, 2009.• Christopher Marquis and Zhi Huang, “The Contingent Nature of  Public Policy and the Growth of U.S. Commercial Banking,”  Academy of Management Journal, 2009.
  17. 17. OMT Best Published Paper Award:  Winner• Katherine C. Kellogg, MIT – “Operating Room: Relational Spaces and  Microinstitutional Change in Surgery,” American  Journal of Sociology, 2009.• Special thanks to Don Palmer for chairing the  Best Published Paper selection committee and  to Joe Labianca for his oversight of the OMT  research committee
  18. 18. 2010 OMT Division  Henrich R. Greve2010 OMT Division Chair
  19. 19. OMT 5‐year Review• Membership survey – OMT satisfaction high• Gaps: – Communications – Profile – Internationalization – Community
  20. 20. Profile• OMT PDW session on blogging• Mini‐conferences on OMT topics; possibly  cosponsored• teachOMT linked to OMTweb• OMT sponsoring for more activities
  21. 21. Internationalization• Look for international locations and attendees  for mini‐conferences• Connect with regional associations with OMT  interests• OMT PDW for international scholars to  develop papers
  22. 22. Community• OMTweb made for year‐round participation  and blogging; editorial committee• Consortia used as sounding boards for  program innovations• Mentoring PDW and mini‐conference to be  oriented toward doctoral student support

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