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OMT Business Meeting: 2015 Agenda
1. Welcome and Division Chair Report
– Membership , Five Year Review & Sponsorships
– Co...
Welcome to Our New Officers!!
Davide Ravasi
- PDW Chair-Elect
Nina Granqvist Wendy Smith
– Representatives at large
Bilian...
Division Chair Report
• Vibrant: 4,097 members (25% students)
– AoM submissions doubled from 2004 (~300) to 2015 (600+)
• ...
Five Year Review
• 21% response rate
• Members’ value
– Quality of scholarship 93% (75% ranked #1, 18% #2)
– Social connec...
Five Year Review
• Expenses are uncertain due to fluctuations in AoM
conference hotels and city selection
– OMT sought and...
Five Year Review
• AoM and OMT growth is International
– AoM membership: U.S. -8% Non-US +10%
– 52% OMT members internatio...
Division Chair Report
• Cultivating our International Members and collaborative
relations EGOS and IACMR
• EGOS Collaborat...
32nd EGOS Colloquium, Naples 2016
Organizations and the Examined Life:
Reason, Reflexivity and Responsibility
2-4 July, 20...
6th Latin American and European
Meeting on Organization Studies
Viña del Mar, Chile, April 6–9, 2016
Subverting organizati...
Communications Committee
• Pablo Martin de Holan, EM Lyon,
since 1994, Listserv moderator
• Evelyn Micelotta, Alberta, sin...
AOM 2015 Social Media Team!
Planned and led by: Eunice Rhee, Seattle
• Madeline Toubiana, Alberta
• Tim Hannigan, Alberta
...
OMT on Facebook
Likes as of AOM 2014: 211
Likes as of AOM 2015: 489
(131% increase)
OMT on Twitter
Followers as of AOM 2014: 165
Followers as of AOM 2015: 429
(160% increase)
OMT PDWs: 2015
OMT PDW Issues
Good News
• Many members responded to PDW ideas survey
• Total of 135 hours Requested
• 54% of submissions ...
OMT PDWs Summary
Good News!
• Record setting program – hooray!
• 48 sessions (119.5 Hours) Led by OMT
• 68 Hours onsite, 5...
OMT Program: 2015
Submissions to OMT
357 355
479 488
578 587 581
614 605 606
651
73
48
76 74 65 79 60 74 58
92 99
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
...
Program Summary
• 952 people signed up to review for OMT from 49 countries.
THANK YOU!
• 849 people received papers to rev...
Centrality of OMT
Symposium Submission Co-sponsorships
OMT
99
EconomicsPsychology
Sociology
BPS
(strategy)
35OB 30
MOC
(Co...
Popular Submission Keywords/Trends
Keyword - theories (top 5) Papers ‘15 (‘14) Reviewers
Institutional Theory 174 (165) 41...
AWARDS
Research Committee Members
Chair: Joe Broschak – University of Arizona
Talk to Jo-Ellen! Stand up, take a bow!
Name Univer...
Louis R. Pondy Award
for Best Paper Based on a Dissertation
“Explaining Unequal Returns to Social Capital
Among Entreprene...
OMT Division Best Paper Award
“Weeding Out the Competition: How Alternatives are
Eliminated during Institutionalization”
K...
OMT Division Best International Paper
“Gray Matters in the Growth of Markets”
Valentina Assenova – Yale School of Mgmt
Ola...
OMT Best Student Paper Award
“Here’s an Idea: Knowledge Sharing among Competitors
to Build a Critical Mass”
Tristan L. Bot...
OMT Division Best Symposium Award
"What Does Imprinting Mean? New Perspectives on
Imprint Formation and Persistence Proces...
OMT Division Best Empirical Paper on
Social & Environmental Practices*
• A special thanks to BCCC Executive Director Kathe...
OMT Division Best Entrepreneurship Paper *
"Cultural Entrepreneurship and the Role of Visuals in Interactive
Frame Alignme...
ABCD Reviewer Awards
(Above and Beyond the Call of Duty)
Reviewer Affiliation Reviewer Affiliation
Marcos Barros, Grenoble...
The Distinguished Educator Award
Henry Mintzberg
McGill University
Name Name
Linda Argote - Carnegie Mellon Pursey Heugens – Rotterdam
Steve Barley – Stanford Tom Lawrence – Oxford
Joel Bau...
OMT Best Published Paper Award
Cornelissen, J.P., Mantere, S., & Vaara, E.
“The contraction of meaning: The
combined effec...
Farewell and Thanks
Joe Broschak Joel Gehman
Farewell and Thanks
Chris MarquisForrest Briscoe
Thanks to Mike Lounsbury,
Our Outgoing Chair
I’ll
take
roses
OMT Artifact
Revealed by … Marc-David Seidel
(#BlameMarcDavid)
Social Hour
Follow the crowd down the escalator…..
East Ballroom A: 7:30 – 9:00
After Party 9:00-12:00 Steamworks 375 Wate...
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  1. 1. OMT Business Meeting: 2015 Agenda 1. Welcome and Division Chair Report – Membership , Five Year Review & Sponsorships – Committee Updates and EGOS 2. Conference Reports – PDWs – Program and Awards 3. Educator Award 4. Best Published OMT Paper Award 5. Farewells 6. Artifact and Social Hour
  2. 2. Welcome to Our New Officers!! Davide Ravasi - PDW Chair-Elect Nina Granqvist Wendy Smith – Representatives at large Bilian Ni Sullivan - Global Rep
  3. 3. Division Chair Report • Vibrant: 4,097 members (25% students) – AoM submissions doubled from 2004 (~300) to 2015 (600+) • Set standards for great scholarship! – Members are consistent Terry Book Award Winners: • 2015: Tor Hernes A Process theory of Organization • 2014: Mark Mizruchi The Fracturing of the American Corporate Elite • 2013: Thornton, Ocasio & Lounsbury Institutional Logics – AoM Career Scholar Award 65% – ASQ Five Year Award 54% – AMR Yearly Award 53% – AMJ Yearly Award 46% • We are OMT +: – a foundation and bridge for research and teaching – Our students place well and teach in Strategy 30%, OB 17%, Entrep. 10%, OT 8% OMT is The Place To Be!
  4. 4. Five Year Review • 21% response rate • Members’ value – Quality of scholarship 93% (75% ranked #1, 18% #2) – Social connections 49% (12% ranked #1, 37% #2) • Members concerned about size and stratification – Established developmental workshops besides AoM Consortia • 4 in 2013: Singapore (ASQ), Istanbul (Org Sci), Sydney (Org Studies), Montreal • 3 in 2014: China , Edinburgh (AMJ), Helsinki (Org Studies) • 2 in 2015: Banff , Poland (Org Studies) • 1 in 2016: Rotterdam (AMR) – Created communication chair and committee • Social media: twitter, emails, facebook, Linkedin, listserv
  5. 5. Five Year Review • Expenses are uncertain due to fluctuations in AoM conference hotels and city selection – OMT sought and cultivated external sponsors » Stabilizes our OMT AoM program
  6. 6. Five Year Review • AoM and OMT growth is International – AoM membership: U.S. -8% Non-US +10% – 52% OMT members international versus 47% AoM – OMT Asian members grew 50% between 2010 and 2012; now 15% of overall submissions • Created Membership chair • Added Global Rep at Large for Emerging Markets • Rep at Large and Division Chairs are
  7. 7. Division Chair Report • Cultivating our International Members and collaborative relations EGOS and IACMR • EGOS Collaborations – Executive Committee Collaborations – Co-Sponsoring Int’l paper development workshops (Poland, 2015) – Organization Studies/Sage sponsors International Best Paper Award – Meet OMT@EGOS in Athens (co-sponsored by Cass Business School) – EGOS in increasingly global: • As of July 1, 2015, EGOS had 2,304 members from 55 countries • Top Countries; UK 19%; France 12%; Germany 7.5%; USA 7%; Canada 6%; – Introduce: Markus Höellerer, EGOS Board Member
  8. 8. 32nd EGOS Colloquium, Naples 2016 Organizations and the Examined Life: Reason, Reflexivity and Responsibility 2-4 July, 2015 Naples, Italy July 7–9, 2016 Organizing in the Shadow of Power
  9. 9. 6th Latin American and European Meeting on Organization Studies Viña del Mar, Chile, April 6–9, 2016 Subverting organizations: Reflecting on aims, meanings and modalities of organizing
  10. 10. Communications Committee • Pablo Martin de Holan, EM Lyon, since 1994, Listserv moderator • Evelyn Micelotta, Alberta, since 2010, EGOS liaison • Mia Raynard, Alberta, since 2010 • Vern Glaser, Alberta, since 2011 • Diane-Laure Arjaliès, HEC Paris, since 2012 • Marco Clemente, Aalto, since 2012, EGOS liaison • Rebecca Henn, Penn State, since 2013 • Shilo Hills, Alberta, since 2013 • Jochem Kroezen, Cambridge, since 2013 • Felipe Massa, Loyola, since 2013 • Michael Mauskapf, Northwestern, since 2013 • Madeline Toubiana, Alberta, since 2013 • Dalhia Mani, HEC Paris, since 2014 • Eunice Rhee, Seattle, since 2014, social media liaison • Teddy DeWitt, Michigan, since 2014 • Laura Claus, Cambridge, since 2015 Outgoing Chair: Joel Gehman, U of Alberta Incoming Chair: Derek Harmon, USC Marshall
  11. 11. AOM 2015 Social Media Team! Planned and led by: Eunice Rhee, Seattle • Madeline Toubiana, Alberta • Tim Hannigan, Alberta • Miriam Krikorian, USC Marshall • Helen Etchanchu, Essec • Manely Sharifian, Alberta • Christopher Corbishley, Imperial • Sonia Siraz, IE • Diego Moreira Soares, Queens • Shipeng Yan, IESE
  12. 12. OMT on Facebook Likes as of AOM 2014: 211 Likes as of AOM 2015: 489 (131% increase)
  13. 13. OMT on Twitter Followers as of AOM 2014: 165 Followers as of AOM 2015: 429 (160% increase)
  14. 14. OMT PDWs: 2015
  15. 15. OMT PDW Issues Good News • Many members responded to PDW ideas survey • Total of 135 hours Requested • 54% of submissions from outside of USA Bad News • Academy budget gave only 62 hours onsite Result • Secured off-site room sponsorship • Maximized onsite hours budget • Trimmed most sessions
  16. 16. OMT PDWs Summary Good News! • Record setting program – hooray! • 48 sessions (119.5 Hours) Led by OMT • 68 Hours onsite, 51.5 Hours offsite Led by OMT • Co-sponsors secured for all except Consortia and Dissertation Proposal workshop • 36 additional sessions OMT co-sponsored • Several new initiatives: – OMT New and Returning Member Forum – OMT Cafes – OMT Bike Rides
  17. 17. OMT Program: 2015
  18. 18. Submissions to OMT 357 355 479 488 578 587 581 614 605 606 651 73 48 76 74 65 79 60 74 58 92 99 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 OMT Submissions 2005-2015 Papers Symposia More good news: Record paper and symposium submissions!
  19. 19. Program Summary • 952 people signed up to review for OMT from 49 countries. THANK YOU! • 849 people received papers to review: – Avg of 2.87 submissions/reviewer – Avg of 3.25 reviewers assigned/ submission – Extra THANKS to emergency reviewers! • 338 paper acceptances – 308 regular papers; 30 discussion papers – 32 “best papers” in the 2015 AoM Proceedings • 81 symposium acceptances – 48 symposia with OMT as lead sponsor – 6 showcase symposia
  20. 20. Centrality of OMT Symposium Submission Co-sponsorships OMT 99 EconomicsPsychology Sociology BPS (strategy) 35OB 30 MOC (Cognition) 18 TIM (Technology) 12 ODC (Change) 10 SIM (Social issues) 16 ENT (Entrepreneurship 10 IM (International) 11
  21. 21. Popular Submission Keywords/Trends Keyword - theories (top 5) Papers ‘15 (‘14) Reviewers Institutional Theory 174 (165) 413 Networks & Embeddedness 88 (96) 196 Learning, Adaptation & Routines 58 (50) 143 Behavioral Theory & Decision Making 53 (64) 163 Sensemaking and Cognition 36 (28) 168 Keyword - topics (top 8) Institutional Logics & Complexity 74 (70) 209 Corporate Governance & Strategy 68 (46) 121 Identity & Categorization 58 (60) 174 Bureaucracy, Org Design, Structure 53 (39) 129 Social Responsibility & Ethics 50 (42) 123 Status & Reputation 47 (42) 123 Organizational Forms 41 (33) 130 Performance & Effectiveness 41 (35) 68 **Note that submitters chose 3 keywords and that keywords overlap
  22. 22. AWARDS
  23. 23. Research Committee Members Chair: Joe Broschak – University of Arizona Talk to Jo-Ellen! Stand up, take a bow! Name University Name University Felix Arndt University of Nottingham 5 yrs Dali Ma Drexel University 6 yrs Roxana Barbulescu HEC Paris 4 yrs Nydia MacGregor Santa Clara University 2 yrs Sekou Bermiss University of Texas at Austin 3 yrs Yuri Mishina Imperial College London 5 yrs Daniel Beunza London School of Economics 4 yrs Tom Moliterno University of Massachusetts at Amherst 4 yrs Lyda Bigelow University of Utah 3 yrs Markus Perkman Imperial College London 2 yrs Emily Block Notre Dame University 4 yrs Antoaneta Petkova San Francisco State University 4 yrs Gianluca Carnabuci University of Lugano 5 yrs Dionne Pohler University of Saskatchewan 1 yr David Chandler University of Colorado at Denver 4 yrs Jo-Ellen Pozner University of California, Berkeley 5 yrs Lisa Cohen McGill University 2 yrs Greg Robbins Southern Connecticut State University 6 yrs Rich Dejordy Northeastern University 4 yrs Michelle Rogan INSEAD 1 yr Niki den Nieuwenboer University of Kansas 3 yrs Gokce Sargut Governors State University 4 yrs Micki Eisenman Hebrew University Jerusalem 3 yrs Ned Smith Northwestern University 3 yrs Vibha Gaba INSEAD 2 yrs Wendy Smith University of Delaware 1 yr Scott Graffin University of Georgia 3 yrs Adina Sterling Washington University at St. Louis 1 yr Peter Groenewegen Vrije University 5 yrs Maxim Sytch University of Michigan 6 yrs Dan Halgin University of Kentucky 5 yrs Hovig Tchalian Claremont Graduate University 2 yrs Conor Horan Dublin Institute of Technology 1 yr Balagopal Vissa INSEAD 4 yrs Ruthanne Huising McGill University 1 yr Klaus Weber Northwestern University 6 yrs Kate Kellogg MIT 3 yrs Jennifer Woolley Santa Clara University 3 yrs Sharon Koppman University of California, Irvine 1 yr Eric Zhao University of Indiana 4 yrs Brandon Lee Melbourne Business School 2 yrs David Zhu Arizona State University 5 yrs
  24. 24. Louis R. Pondy Award for Best Paper Based on a Dissertation “Explaining Unequal Returns to Social Capital Among Entrepreneurs” Mabel Abraham – MIT Sloan Runners up: “The Dark Side of Brokerage: Conflicts between Individual and Collective Pursuits of Innovation” Russell J. Funk – University of Minnesota “Organizational Identity and Resistance to Environmental Pressures” Oliver Schilke – University of Arizona
  25. 25. OMT Division Best Paper Award “Weeding Out the Competition: How Alternatives are Eliminated during Institutionalization” Kenji Klein – California State U, Long Beach Renee Rottner – New York University Runners up: “Knowledge Transfer in Multilevel Networks: Contingent Effect of Organizational and Social Structure” Alessandrio Lomi – University of Lugano Paola Zappa – University of Lugano “Stamps of Power and Conflict: Imprinting and Influence in the U.S. Senate, 1973-2009” Christopher C. Liu – University of Toronto Sameer B. Srivastava – University of California, Berkeley
  26. 26. OMT Division Best International Paper “Gray Matters in the Growth of Markets” Valentina Assenova – Yale School of Mgmt Olav Sorenson – Yale School of Management Runners up “Faraway, So Close! Field Access and Status Rise in Case of Institutional Complexity” Giuseppe Delmestri – WU Vienna Fabrizio Montanari – University of Modena and Reggio Emilia “The Nature and Limits of Collective Identity as an Editing Lens for Institutional Complexity” Jaco Lok & Anu Gupta – University of New South Wales
  27. 27. OMT Best Student Paper Award “Here’s an Idea: Knowledge Sharing among Competitors to Build a Critical Mass” Tristan L. Botelho – MIT Sloan Runners up “How Does Nested Categories Influence a Market Emergence? Evidence from Early American Music Record” Jaemin Lee – INSEAD “The Contingent Spillovers of Organizational Wrongdoing” Jacob Model – Stanford University
  28. 28. OMT Division Best Symposium Award "What Does Imprinting Mean? New Perspectives on Imprint Formation and Persistence Processes" Rolf L. Hoefer – INSEAD Runners up “Category Dynamics: Emergence, Change, and Dissolution” Eunice Y. Rhee – Seattle University Jade Yu-Chieh Lo – Drexel University Peer C. Fiss – University of Southern California “Beyond Embeddedness: When Community Engagement Governs Firm Strategy” Renee Rottner – New York University Robert Eberhart – Santa Clara University
  29. 29. OMT Division Best Empirical Paper on Social & Environmental Practices* • A special thanks to BCCC Executive Director Katherine V. Smith! "Tea Time: Temporal Coordination for Sustainable Development" Anna Kim – Western University Pratima Bansal – Western University Helen Haugh, University of Cambridge Runners up “Smoke Signal or Smoke Screen? Why the Media do not Disapprove Equally of Overpaid CEOs” Jean-Philippe Vergne – Western U. Georg Wernicke – CBS Steffen H. Brenner – CBS “Red, Blue, and Purple Firms: On the Coherence and Implications of Organizational Ideology” Abhinav Gupta –Pennsylvania State U.
  30. 30. OMT Division Best Entrepreneurship Paper * "Cultural Entrepreneurship and the Role of Visuals in Interactive Frame Alignment Process" Itziar Castelló, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid David Barberá, Institute of Innovation and Knowledge Management, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV) Runners up “Network Structure and Uncertainty: The Role of Strong Ties in Venture Capital Funding Networks” Demetrius Lewis – Stanford U. “Broadly Specialized: Identity and Entry into Entrepreneurship” Peter Younkin –McGill U.
  31. 31. ABCD Reviewer Awards (Above and Beyond the Call of Duty) Reviewer Affiliation Reviewer Affiliation Marcos Barros, Grenoble School of Mgmt Esther Maier, Wilfrid Laurier U. Nathan Betancourt, U. of Amsterdam David Maslach, Florida State U. Nathan Bragaw, Louisiana State U. Dirk Moosmayer, Nottingham University Giulia Cappillaro, Bocconi U. Antoaneta Petkova, San Francisco U. Jonathan Campbell, Harvard Business School Ryan Raffaeli, Harvard U. Scott Ganz, Stanford GSB Patrick Reinmüller, Cranfield U. Wesley Helms, Brock University Paula Ungureanu, U. of Modena Timothy Hubbard, U. of Georgia Floor van den Born, VU University of Amsterdam Jean-Baptiste Litrico, Queen’s U. Wang Tao, Grenoble School of Management THANK YOU!!!
  32. 32. The Distinguished Educator Award Henry Mintzberg McGill University
  33. 33. Name Name Linda Argote - Carnegie Mellon Pursey Heugens – Rotterdam Steve Barley – Stanford Tom Lawrence – Oxford Joel Baum – Toronto Chris Marquis – Cornell Christine Beckman- U Maryland Renate Meyer – Vienna Kevin Corley – Arizona State University Danny Miller - HEC (Canada) Rick Delbridge- Cardiff Christine Oliver - York U Rudolph Durand - HEC (France) Davide Ravasi - Cass (UK) Martine Haas – Wharton Trish Reay- Alberta Cynthia Hardy – Melbourne Paul Tracey- Cambridge Jennifer Howard-Grenville – Oregon/Cambridge 2014-15 OMT Best Published Paper Committee Members Chair: Royston Greenwood – Univ. of Alberta
  34. 34. OMT Best Published Paper Award Cornelissen, J.P., Mantere, S., & Vaara, E. “The contraction of meaning: The combined effect of communication, emotions and materiality on sensemaking in the Stockwell shooting.” Journal of Management Studies, 51 (5).
  35. 35. Farewell and Thanks Joe Broschak Joel Gehman
  36. 36. Farewell and Thanks Chris MarquisForrest Briscoe
  37. 37. Thanks to Mike Lounsbury, Our Outgoing Chair I’ll take roses
  38. 38. OMT Artifact Revealed by … Marc-David Seidel (#BlameMarcDavid)
  39. 39. Social Hour Follow the crowd down the escalator….. East Ballroom A: 7:30 – 9:00 After Party 9:00-12:00 Steamworks 375 Water St

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