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2012 OMT Division Business Meeting

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Presentation made during 2012 OMT Division Business Meeting in Boston, MA.

2011-2012 OMT Division Officers
Royston Greenwood, Past Division Chair
Matt Kraatz, Division Chair
Christine Beckman, Division Chair Elect
Mike Lounsbury, Program Chair
Candace Jones, Program Chair Elect
Martin Gargiulo and Bill McEvily, Third Year Representatives-at-Large
Eva Boxembaum and Klaus Weber, Second Year Representatives-at-Large
Peer Fiss and Martine Haas, First Year Representatives-at-Large
Joe Broshak, Research Committee Chair
David Touve, Teaching Committee Chair
Brayden King, Blogging Committee Chair
William (Bill) L. Dougan, Treasurer
Joel Gehman, Division Webmaster

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2012 OMT Division Business Meeting

  1. 1. Division  Chair’s  Report:   Membership  •  Good  news   –  Over  4000  members   –  Growth  numbers  be<er  than  BPS   –  26%  of  our  members  are  students  •  Bad  news   –  “Over  4000”  =  4001   –  EssenIally  flat  over  last  five  years   –  AOM  has  had  modest  five  year  growth  (2.75%)  •  Issue  requires  a<enIon   –  We’re  working  on  it   –  You’ll  be  hearing  from  us  about  ways  to  help  
  2. 2. Division  Chair’s  Report:   Financial  Status  •  Good  news   –  OMT  is  in  great  financial  shape   –  Sponsorships  have  increased  (more  later)   –  Modest  endowment  that  allows  us  to  fund  various   iniIaIves   –  Haven’t  gone  broke  despite  high  costs  in  Boston   –  Bill  Dougan  is  our  treasurer  •  Bad  news   –  None  of  consequence  
  3. 3. Division  Chair’s  Report:   Strategic  IniIaIves  •  CommunicaIons  strategy   –  Outgrowth  of  website  improvements   –  Improve  consistency,  reach,  coordinaIon   –  Be<er  leverage  technology  and  “do  more”  for  our  membership  •  New  OMT  CommunicaIons  Commi<ee  formed   –  Joel  Gehman  is  first  chair  (THANKS!)   –  Great  opportunity  for  others  to  become  involved  •  InternaIonal  iniIaIves   –  EGOS  partnership     –  InternaIonal  paper  development  workshops  (co-­‐funded)  •  Sponsorships   –  $19,000  in  total  sponsorships  over  past  year!   –  Efforts  are  ongoing  and  insItuIonalized  
  4. 4. SPECIAL  THANKS  TO  SPONSORS  OF   OMT  ACTIVITIES  •  U  of  Toronto  …………….……….   Business  MeeIng  •  Wharton  School  ……...……….   Junior  Faculty  ConsorIum    •  U  of  Alberta  ………………………   Division  AcIviIes  •  Emerald  …………………….………   Doctoral  ConsorIum  •  Oxford  University  Press  …….   DisInguished    Scholar  •  Sage  PublicaIons  ……….…….   Best  Paper  Awards    •  Boston  College  Center  for     Corporate  CiIzenship  ………   Best  E&S  Paper  Award  •  U  of  Illinois  ………………………   Winter  ExecuIve  MeeIng    
  5. 5. Welcome  to  Our  New  Officers!!  •  Nelson  Phillips   –  Program  Chair-­‐Elect  •  Forrest  Briscoe   –  RepresentaIve  at  large  •  Chris  Marquis   –  RepresentaIve  at  large  
  6. 6. Thanks  to  Our  Outgoing   RepresentaIves  at  Large!                     MarIn  Gargiulo  Bill McEvily
  7. 7. Special  Thanks  Royston!   •  LasIng  impact  on  OMT   –  InternaIonalizaIon,  sponsorships   etc.   •  Did  a  million  li<le  things  the  right   way   –  Most  invisible  and  thankless   •  Made  the  rest  of  us  be<er   –  Me  for  sure   •  Tremendous  energy   –  Especially  for  a  guy  his  age   •  Nicer  than  he  seems   –  Really!   •  InspiraIonal   –  Didn’t  do  it  because  he  needed  the   recogniIon     –  Put  his  full  self  into  the  job   •  Will  be  missed  and  remembered  
  8. 8. OMT  Best  Published    Paper  Award    •  Edward  Bishop  (Ned)  Smith   –  University  of  Michigan  •  IdenIIes  as  Lenses:  How  OrganizaIonal  IdenIty  Affects   Audiences’  EvaluaIon  of  OrganizaIonal  Performance,”   AdministraIve  Science  Quarterly,  2011,  56:  61-­‐84.   –  Thanks  to  Bob  Hinings  and  his  19  member  selec7on  commi8ee   –  Thanks  also  to  OMT  Research  Commi8ee  Chair  Joe  Broschak  
  9. 9. Mar4n   Trailblazer   Award  
  10. 10. 2012 Winner David HicksonIn  addiIon  to  his  influenIal  scholarship  as  a  leading  member  of   the  Aston  group  (the  group  central  to  the  development  and   findings  on  organizaIon  structure  and  context),  David  was  a   founder  and  first  editor  of  the  mulI-­‐disciplinary  journal   Organiza7on  Studies.  He  was  also  signally  important  in  the   founding  of  the  European  Group  for  OrganizaIon  Studies  (EGOS).  He  has  been  a  trailblazer  in  organizaIon  theory  for  over  30  years,  and  we  are  delighted  to  recognize  his  effort  at  building   the  OMT  community.    
  11. 11. OMT  PDWs:  2012  
  12. 12. OMT  PDWs  Summary  •  11  sessions  solo  sponsored  by  OMT   •  Doctoral  ConsorIum  •  13  sessions  Led  by  OMT   sponsored  by:    •  32  sessions  co-­‐sponsored  by  OMT    Of  the  45  jointly  sponsored  sessions  •  69%  with  BPS      •  22%  with  ENT  •  22%  with  TIM  •  18%  with  MOC  •  18%  with  RM  •  16%  with  OB   •  THANK  YOU!      
  13. 13. OMT  Program:  2012  
  14. 14. Submissions  to  OMT  
  15. 15. Program  Summary  •  1,253  people  agreed  to  review  for  OMT  from  49  countries     A  NEW  RECORD!      THANK  YOU!!!  •  1,116  people  received  papers  to  review:   –  Avg  of  2.55  submissions/reviewer;  4  reviews/   submission  •  61%  of  reviewers  have  been  members  of  AoM  for  less      than  5  years  (or  not  at  all);  17%  >  10  years  AoM  •  51%  (311)  paper  acceptances;  54%  (40)  symposium    acceptances  •  Con4nuing  to  improve  paper  matching  process  
  16. 16. Submissions  and  Reviewers  by  Region   (last  year  in  parens)   Number  of   Region Papers   Submissions Reviewers Submi^edEurope 266  (219) 43  (36)% 36  (27)%United  States 210  (237) 34  (39)% 42  (49)%Asia  Pacific 91  (100) 15  (17)% 11  (9)%Canada 43  (35) 7  (6)% 2  (8)%LaIn  America 7  (8) 1  (1)% 2  (0)%
  17. 17. Popular  Submission  Keywords/Trends  Keyword  -­‐  theories     Number  of  Papers  Using  Ins4tu4onal  Theory   160  (591  Reviewers–almost  half!!)  Networks  &  Embeddedness   93  (301  Reviewers)  Learning,  Adapta4on  &  Rou4nes   68  (52  last  year)  Behavioral  Theory/Decision  Making   61  (44  last  year)  Keyword  -­‐  topics    Corporate  Governance  &  Strategy   60  (63  last  year)  Ins4tu4onal  Logics  &  Complexity   56  (44  last  year;  321  reviewers)  IdenIty  &  CategorizaIon   55  (66  last  year)  InnovaIon  and  CreaIvity   50  (45  last  year)  Performance  &  EffecIveness   39  (54  last  year)   **Note  that  submi<ers  chose  3  keywords  and  that  keywords  overlap  
  18. 18. Most  Popular  Theories  by  Region   (last  year  in  parens)   Behavioral   Ins4tu4onal   Networks  &   Theory  &   Region   Theory   Embeddedness   Decision   Making  Europe 40  (39)% 50  (36)% 44%United  States 31  (39)% 30  (46)% 30%Asia  Pacific 10  (11)% 14  (12)% 19%Canada 16  (10)% 6  (5)% 2%LaIn  America 1  (1)% 0  (0)% 4%Middle  East 1  (1)% 0  (1)% 2%
  19. 19. Most  Popular  Topics  by  Region   (last  year  in  parens)   Governance   Ins4tu4onal   Iden4ty  &   Region   &  Strategy   Logics/Complexity   Categoriza4on  Europe 33  (28)% 52% 30%United  States 33  (35)% 35% 53%Asia  Pacific 29  (32)% 4% 11%Canada 5  (5)% 8% 6%LaIn  America 0  (0)% 2% 0%Middle  East 0  (0)% 0% 0%
  20. 20. AWARDS  
  21. 21. Louis  R.  Pondy  Award     for  Best  Paper  Based  on  a  Disserta4on   Winner:                Kaisa  Snellman,  Harvard  University      Window  Dressers  and  Closet  Conformists:   Organiza7onal  Decoupling  Revisited  
  22. 22. OMT  Division  Best  Paper  Award   Winner:              Sco^  Graffin  (U  of  Georgia),  Jonathan  Bundy  (U  of   Georgia),  James  Wade  (Emory),  Joseph  Porac  (NYU),   and  Dennis  Quinn  (Georgetown)     Nega7ve  Returns  to  Status:  The  2009  Expense  Scandal   and  its  Impact  on  Parliamentary  Elites  
  23. 23. OMT  Division  Best  Interna4onal  Paper   …also  winner  of   All-­‐Academy  Carolyn  Dexter  Award   Winner:              Patrick  Vermeulen  (Radboud  U  Nijmegen),  Tal   Simons  and  Joris  Knoben  (Tilburg)     A  Community-­‐Level  Theory  of  Organiza7onal   Resistance  to  An7-­‐Smoking  Regula7on  
  24. 24. OMT  Division  Best  Symposium  Award   Winner:            Mark  Kennedy  U  of  S.  California)     and  Muk4  Khaire  (Harvard)     Toward  Emergence  Studies:     A  Sensemaking  Symposium  
  25. 25. OMT  Division  Best  Empirical  Paper  on   Social  &  Environmental  Prac4ces*   Winner:          Joel  Gehman,  University  of  Alberta     Categorical  Cleaning:  An  Exploratory  Study  of   Sustainability  Induced  Dives7tures,  1992-­‐2010  * Sponsored by http://www.bcccc.net/index.cfm A special thanks to BCCC Executive Director Katherine V. Smith!
  26. 26. ABCD  Reviewer  Awards   (Above  and  Beyond  the  Call….)  •  Amelie Boutinot - Grenoble •  Mia Raynard – U of Alberta•  Giulia Cappellaro – Cambridge •  Rhonda Reger – U of Maryland•  Charlotte Coleman – Leeds U •  Taekjin Shin – U Illinois, Urbana-•  Natalie C. Cotton-Nessler – U Champaign of Michigan •  Silviya Svejenova - ESADE•  Rich DeJordy - Northeastern •  Pooya Tavakoly – U Lugano•  W.L. Dougan – U Wisconsin, •  Patricia Thornton – Duke U Whitewater •  Anna Tyllström - Uppsala•  Santi Furnari – City U •  Michael C. Withers – Texas A&M•  Joel Gehman – U of Alberta •  Eric Zhao – U of Alberta•  Evelyn Micelotta – U of Alberta •  Tammar Zilber – Hebrew U of•  Marcos Pereira Fernandes de Jerusalem Barros – HEC Montreal
  27. 27. Other  People  Who  Went   Far  Above  and  Beyond…  •  My  predecessors  in  the  Program  Chair  job   –  A  special  thanks  to  Chris4ne  Beckman  who   helped  me  tremendously!  •  Lianne  Lefsrud,  Evelyn  Micelo^a,  Mia   Raynard,  Pooya  Tavakoly,  &  Eric  Zhao  (Alberta   PhD  students);  Michelle  Maclean  (asst.)    •  Everyone  that  signed  up  to  review  and  came   through  on  their  commitment!!!  
  28. 28. 55 subthemes 161 convenors...and all that jazz See you in Montreal!

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