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2013 OMT Division Business Meeting

  1. 1. OMT  Business  Mee+ng:  2013  Agenda   1.  Welcome  and  Division  Chair  Report   –  Membership     –  Updates,  sponsorship,  and  thanks   2.  Conference  Reports   –  PDWs   –  Program  and  Awards   3.  Dis+nguished  Educator  Award   4.  Best  Published  OMT  Paper  Award   5.  Farewells   6.  Ar+fact  and  Social  Hour    
  2. 2. Welcome  to  Our  New  Officers!!                                                            Ann  Langley        PDW  Chair-­‐Elect        Mark  Ebers                Brayden  King   – Representa+ves  at  large  
  3. 3. Division  Chair  Report:   Membership  Updates   •  Membership   –  4000  members   –  25%  of  our  members  are  students   –  OMT  members  con+nue  to  be  recognized  for  best   scholarship   •  75%  of  AMJ  Best  Paper  Awards   •  88%  of  ASQ  Best  Paper  Awards   •  Accomplished  OMT  members  recognized  by  Academy   this  year:   –  Mike  Tushman,  Dis+nguished  Award  for  Scholarly   Contribu+ons  for  AOM   –  Jim  Walsh,  Dis+nguished  Award  for  Service  for  AOM   –  Mike  Lounsbury,  Pat  Thornton  and  Willie  Ocasio,  AOM   George  R.  Terry  Book  Award  
  4. 4. Division  Chair  Report:   Membership  Updates   •  We  wanted  to  know  more  about  early  career   OMT  members     •  Surveyed  past  4  years  of  doctoral  student   consor+um  par+cipants  (108  respondents)   –  62%  Assistant  Professors   –  15%  Postdocs  or  lecturers   –  21%  S+ll  in  Doctoral  Program   •  Where  did  they  go?   •  What  do  they  teach?  
  5. 5. Where  is  OMT?   –   50%  are  currently  outside  the  US       – Jobs  that  were  adver+sed  in:   • Organiza+on  Theory:  26%   • Management:    35%   • Strategy:  35%   • Organiza+onal  Behavior:  27%   • Entrepreneurship:  15%  
  6. 6. What  do  OMT  members  teach?   –  13%    Organiza+on  Theory   –  47%    Strategy   –  29%    Organiza+onal  Behavior   –  18%    Entrepreneurship   –  13%    Corporate  Social  Responsibility   –  11%    Leadership   –  9%      Introduc+on  to  Management   –  6%      Organiza+onal  Change   –  10%      Innova+on  or  Social  Entrepreneurship  (5%  each)   –  4%        Human  Resources   –  9%    Networks,  Intl  Business,  Ethics  (3%  each)  
  7. 7. We  are  Everywhere!   •  OMT  is  a  diverse  group  that  spawns  new  ideas   and  new  divisions  and  interest  areas   •  We  provide  intellectual  thought  leadership   •  We  support  and  foster  high  quality  research   across  a  range  of  topics  and  areas    
  8. 8. Division  Chair  Report:   Updates   •  Paper  Development  Workshops   – Co-­‐sponsored  with  universi+es  around  the  world   – 4  in  2011-­‐2012:  London,  Paris,  Milan,  Cambridge   – 4  in  2013:    Singapore,  Istanbul,  Sydney,  Montreal   – Planning  stages:    China   •  EGOS  Collabora+ons   – Meet  OMT  at  EGOS  in  Montreal   – 2013  PDW  Fron+ers  of  Organiza+onal  Scholarship   – Introduc+ons:  Renate  Meyer,  EGOS  Chair  
  9. 9. Reimagining Rethinking Reshaping Organizational Scholarship in Unsettled Times 3-5 July, 2014 60 subthemes Deadline for short paper submission: 13 January, 2014 30th EGOS Colloquium, Rotterdam 2014
  10. 10. 31th EGOS Colloquium, Athens 2015 Organizational Scholarship in Unsettled Times 2-4 July, 2015 Deadline for subtheme proposals: September 2014
  11. 11. SPECIAL  THANKS  TO  SPONSORS  OF   OMT  ACTIVITIES   •  Boston  College…………………………   •  University  of  California,  Irvine....   •  U  of  Alberta…………………..………...   •  Wharton  School……...……..………   •  Harvard  Business  School….………   •  USC  Marshall  School………………..   •  Emerald…………………………………..   •  Florida  State  University  and                Warwick  Business  School  ………   Dis+nguished    Scholar   Breakfast   Meet  OMT  at  EGOS   Winter  Execu+ve  Mee+ng   Business  Mee+ng   Junior  Faculty  Consor+um     Junior  Faculty  Consor+um   Doctoral  Consor+um   Doctoral  Consor+um   Behavioral  Theory  Anniversary   Symposium      
  12. 12. Commigee  Thanks  Yous     Communica+ons  Commigee:  Joel  Gehman,  Chair   Thank  you  to  commigee  members  –  stand  up  and  take  a  bow!       •  Evelyn  Micelo:a,  PhD  Candidate,  University  of  Alberta,  former  blogging   commigee  member  since  2010   •  Mia  Raynard,  PhD  Candidate,  University  of  Alberta,  former   blogging  commigee  member  since  2010   •  Vern  Glaser,  PhD  Candidate,  University  of  Southern  California,  former   blogging  commigee  member  since  2011     •  Derek  Harmon,  PhD  Candidate,  University  of  Southern  California,  former   blogging  commigee  member  since  2011   •  Diane-­‐Laure  Arjaliès,  Assistant  Professor,  HEC  Paris,  commigee  member   since  2012   •  Marco  Clemente,  PhD  Candidate,  HEC  Paris,  commigee  member  since   2012   •  Rebecca  Henn,  Assistant  Professor,  Penn  State  University,  commigee   member  since  2013   •  Michael  Mauskapf,  PhD  Candidate,  Northwestern  University,  commigee   member  since  2013  
  13. 13. Name   University   Name   University   Mona Al-Amin Suffolk University Dali Ma Drexel University Felix Arndt University of Nottingham Yuri Mishina Imperial College London Prasad Balkundi SUNY Buffalo Tom Moliterno University of Massachusetts at Amherst Roxana Barbulescu McGill University Hongseok Oh Yonsei University Sekou Bermiss University of Texas at Austin Amalya Oliver Hebrew University of Jerusalem Daniel Beunza London School of Economics Antoaneta Petkova San Francisco State University Lyda Bigelow University of Utah Greg Robbins Southern Connecticut State University Emily Block Notre Dame University Gokce Sargut Governors State University Gianluca Carnabuci University of Lugano Bruce Skaggs University of Massachusetts at Amherst David Chandler University of Colorado at Denver Paul Skilton Washington State University, Tricities campus Niki den Nieuwenboer Santa Clara University Ned Smith University of Michigan Micki Eisenman Hebrew University of Jerusalem Giuseppe Soda University of Bocconi Luca Gnan Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata Maxim Sytch, University of Michigan Scott Graffin University of Georgia Adam Tatarynowicz Tilburg University Nina Granqvist Helsinki School of Economics Balagopal Vissa INSEAD Peter Groenewegen Vrije University Klaus Weber Northwestern University Dan Halgin University of Kentucky Jennifer Woolley Santa Clara University Kate Kellogg MIT April Wright University of Queensland Tomi Laamanen University of St. Gallen Eric Zhao University of Alberta Elizabeth Lim University of Texas at Dallas David Zhu Arizona State University Research Committee Members Chair: Joe Broschak – University of ArizonaTalk to Joe! Stand up, take a bow!
  14. 14. OMT  PDWs:  2013  
  15. 15. OMT  PDWs  Summary   •  9  sessions  solo  sponsored  by  OMT   •  10  sessions  Led  by  OMT   •  26  sessions  co-­‐sponsored  by  OMT     Of  the  36  jointly  sponsored  sessions   •  53%  with  BPS       •  39%  with  OB   •  33%  with  RM   •  22%  with  MOC   •  19%  with  TIM   •  14%  with  SAP      
  16. 16. OMT  Program:  2013  
  17. 17. Submissions  to  OMT   0   100   200   300   400   500   600   700   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012   2013   Symposia   Papers  
  18. 18. Program  Summary   •  1017  people  agreed  to  review  for  OMT  from  50  countries.   THANK  YOU!   •  1008  people  received  papers  to  review:   –  Avg  of  2.51  submissions/reviewer   –  4  reviews/  submission   –  Very  few  emergency  reviews   •  Reviewers  and  AoM  Membership:   –  62%  not  AoM  Members  or  less  than  FIVE  years   –  23%  FIVE  to  TEN  years   –  15%  TEN  plus  years   –  62%  are  FACULTY  and  37%  PhD  STUDENTS   •  49%  (303)  paper  acceptances;  74%  (45)  symposium  acceptances   •  Concnuing  to  improve  paper  matching  process  
  19. 19. 0   50   100   150   200   250   300   350   400   Not  AoM   1  to  5   5  to  10   10+   Not  OMT   OMT  Member   Reviewers  and  OMT  Membership   Please tell your doctoral students to sign up for OMT!
  20. 20. Submissions  and  Reviewers  by  Concnent   (last  year  in  parens)   Region Number  of   Papers   Submi:ed %  Papers   (last  year) %   Symposia   %   Reviewers   (last  year) North  America 243  (253)  39  (39)% 72%   49  (44)% Europe 243  (266) 39  (43)% 21%   34  (36)% Asia* 99  (~91)  16  (~15)% 3%   12  (~11)% Oceana 21 (?) 3 (?)% 3%   3 (?) South  America 7  (7)  1  (1)% 0%   .02  (2)% Africa** 0% (?) 0 (?)% 0%     .004 (?)% * China, So. Korea, Israel, Turkey etc. ** Botswana, Egypt, Nigeria, South Africa, Ug
  21. 21. Popular  Submission  Keywords/Trends   Keyword  -­‐  theories     Papers  (Last  Yr)   Reviewers   Ins+tu+onal  Theory   160  (160)   499  (599)  ~  50%   Networks  &  Embeddedness   79  (93)   251  (301)   Learning,  Adapta+on  &  Rou+nes   70  (68)   200  (?)   Behavioral  Theory/Decision  Making   39  (61)   225  (?)   Keyword  -­‐  topics     Corporate  Governance  &  Strategy   60  (63)   148  (?)   Ins+tu+onal  Logics  &  Complexity   59  (56  )    285  (321)   Iden+ty  &  Categoriza+on   55  (55)   223  (?)    Organiza+onal  Form   44  (?  )   179  (?)   Innova+on  and  Crea+vity   41  (50)   231  (?)   Entrepreneurship   41  (?  )   186  (?)   Performance  &  Effec+veness   37  (39)   200   Keyword-­‐level-­‐  Organiza+on   99  (?)   623  (?)   **Note  that  submigers  chose  3  keywords  and  that  keywords  overlap  
  22. 22. Most  Popular  Theories  by  Concnent   (last  year  in  parens)   Region   Insctuconal   Theory   Networks  &   Embedded-­‐ ness   Learning,   Adaptacon,   Roucnes   Behavioral   Theory  &  Dec.   Making   Europe 49  (40)  27  (50) 30 (?) 10  (44) North  America 63  (47) 23  (36) 27 (?)    14  (32) Asia   24  (~11) 12  (~14) 16 (?)  5  (~21) Oceana 7 (?) 1 (?) 2 (?) 1 (?) South  America 1  (1) 1  (0) 0 (?)  0  (4) Africa 0 0 0 0
  23. 23. Most  Popular  Topics  by  Concnent   (last  year  in  parens)   Region   Governance   &  Strategy   Insctuconal   Logics  / Complexity   Idencty  &   Categorizacon   Organizaconal   Forms   Europe 14  (28) 27  (52) 21  (30) 17 (?) North  America  23  (38) 15  (43)  19  (59) 14 (?) Asia    19  (29)  8  (4) 7  (11) 6 (?) Oceana 2 (?) 1 (?) 1 (?) 0 (?) South  America 1  (0) 2  (2) 0  (?) 2 (?) Africa 0 0 0 0
  24. 24. AWARDS  
  25. 25. Louis  R.  Pondy  Award     for  Best  Paper  Based  on  a  Dissertacon     "The  Illusions  of  Power"     Murad  Mithani  -­‐  Stevens  Ins+tute  of   Technology    
  26. 26. OMT  Division  Best  Paper  Award   "Social  Distancing  from  Journalists  Who   Engage  in  Nega+ve  Coverage  of  Firm   Leadership  "       James  Westphal  -­‐  University  of  Michigan   Guy  Shani  -­‐  University  of  Michigan        
  27. 27. OMT  Division  Best  Internaconal  Paper     "The  Diffusion  of  Contested  Prac+ces   across  Environments:  Social  Movements'   Boundary-­‐Bridging  Role"     Daniel  Waeger  –  HEC,  Lausanne     Sébas+en  Mena  -­‐  University  of  Alberta    
  28. 28. OMT  Division  Best  Symposium  Award   "Organiza+onally  Diverse  Capitalism:   Exploring  Alterna+ves  to  20th  Century   Corpora+ons"     Suntae  Kim  -­‐  University  of  Michigan    
  29. 29. OMT  Division  Best  Empirical  Paper  on   Social  &  Environmental  Praccces*   "Be  Fair  or  Care?  Fairtrade  and  the   Standardiza+on  of  Ethical  Prac+ces"     Juliane  Reinecke  -­‐  University  of  Warwick   Shahzad  Ansari  -­‐  University  of  Cambridge       1992-­‐2010   * Sponsored by http://wA special thanks to BCCC Executive Director Katherine V. Smith!
  30. 30. ABCD  Reviewer  Awards   (Above  and  Beyond  the  Call  of  Duty)   Reviewer   Affiliacon   Reviewer   Affiliacon   Marcos Barros, HEC Montreal Suntae Kim, U. of Michigan Hans Berends, VU U. Amsterdam Sheen S. Levine, Columbia U. Amelie Boutinot, Inst.Supérieur de Gestion Pablo Martin de Holan, EM Lyon Andrea Casey, George Washington U. Thomas P. Moliterno, U. of Mass., Amherst Gino Cattani, New York U. Vanessa Pouthier, Northwestern U. David Chandler, U. of Colorado, Denver Ryan Raffaelli, Harvard Bus. School Elena Dalpiaz, Imperial Coll. London Wendy K. Smith, U. of Delaware Maria B Gondo, U. of New Mexico Norbert Steigenberger, U. of Cologne Jennifer Howard-Grenville, U. of Oregon Maxim Sytch, U. of Michigan Julien Jourdan, Bocconi U. Madeline Toubiana, Schulich School of Bus. Arvind Karunakaran, M.I.T Paul Tracey, U. of Cambridge Patricia Klarner, U. of Munich Maciej Workiewicz, INSEAD Massimo Maoret, IESE Anastasiya Zavyalova, Rice U.
  31. 31. Other  People  Who  Went   Far  Above  and  Beyond…   •  Advise  &  guidance:  Mike  Lounsbury  and  Chriscne   Beckman  who  helped  me  tremendously!   •  Technical  support:  Massimo  Maoret     •  Pulng  the  program  together:     Lily  Crosina,  Doug  Lepisto,  Massimo  Maoret,  Shelley   McArdle,  Ryan  Raffaelli,  Erika  Steckler,  Lee  Watkiss       •  Everyone  that  signed  up  to  review  and  came  through   on  their  commitment!!!  
  32. 32. OMT Distinguished Educator 2013 Winner W. Richard Scott
  33. 33. Name   University   Name   University   Diane Burton Cornell University Brayden King Northwestern University Kim Elsbach University of California - Davis David Ravasi Cass Business School Martha Feldman University of California - Irvine Claus Rerup Western University Teppo Felin University of Oxford Majken Schultz Copenhagen Business School Royston Greenwood University of Alberta Maureen Scully University of Massachusetts, Boston Heinrich Greve INSEAD Maxim Sytch University of Michigan Paul Hirsch Northwestern University Mike Tushman Harvard Business School Jennifer Howard-Grenville University of Oregon Hugh Wilmott Cardiff University Kate Kellogg MIT 2012-13 OMT Best Published Paper Committee Members Co-Chair: Jane Dutton – University of Michigan Co-Chair: Mary Ann Glynn – Boston College
  34. 34. OMT  Best  Published     Paper  Award     •  Ethan  S.  Bernstein   – Harvard  University   The  Transparency  Paradox:  A  Role  for  Privacy  in   Organiza+onal  Learning  and  Opera+onal   Control.  Administra>ve  Science  Quarterly,   57:181-­‐216.  
  35. 35. Farewell  and  Thanks                     Eva Boxenbaum Rodney Lacey Klaus Weber
  36. 36. Special  Thanks  to  Our  Outgoing  Chair                Mag  Kraatz   •  Brought  us  through  a   technology  transi+on  in   his  program  chair  year   •  Improvements  to   Disserta+on  Proposal   workshop  
  37. 37. Ar+fact  and  Social  Hour   Revealed  by  …    Nelson  Phillips       Social  Hour      in  Grand  Harbor  North   7:30  –  9:00  

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