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AMLE 10 Year Anniversary

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AMLE 10 Year Anniversary

  1. 1. Ten YearAnniversaryCelebration
  2. 2. Cover & TOCof first issue
  3. 3. FirstEditorialTeam
  4. 4. Founding Editor,Roy Lewicki
  5. 5. Al JamesBluedorn Bailey Cindi Fukami
  6. 6. Second Editor,James Bailey
  7. 7. Associate Editors (2005-2007) J. Ben Lynn Arbaugh Offerman Dave Waldman
  8. 8. Rich NealKlimoski Ashkanasy Bettina Büchel
  9. 9. Third Editor,J. Ben Arbaugh
  10. 10. Fourth Editor,Ken Brown JME Editor, Jon Billsberry
  11. 11. Managing Editors Copy Editor  Steve Stenner  Diane Stuart  Lee McKinster AOM Publications  Mike Malgrande  Susan Zaid  Tiffiney Johnson  Adam Etkin
  12. 12. CurrentEditorialTeam
  13. 13. Years of Great Swag17
  14. 14. Impact Factor Trend6 4.8054 2.893 2.532 2.2310 2008 2009 2010 2011
  15. 15. Research & Review Submissions Trend250 202200 144 183 192150100 50 2008 2009 2010 2011
  16. 16. Gianpiero Petriglieri, Jack DenfeldWood & Jennifer Louise Petriglieri Up close and personal: Buildingfoundations for leaders’ development through the personalization of management learning
  17. 17. 2010 Traci Sitzmann, Katherine Ely, Kenneth G. Brown, and Kristina N. Bauer, “Self-assessment of knowledge: A cognitive learning or affective measure?”2009 Nancy J. Adler and Anne-Wil Harzing, “When knowledge wins: Transcending the sense and nonsense of academic rankings.”2008 Philip Mirvis, “Executive development through consciousness-raising experiences.”2007 Denise M. Rousseau and Sharon McCarthy, “Educating managers from an evidence-based perspective.”
  18. 18. 2006 Donald L. McCabe, Kenneth D. Butterfield, and Linda Klebe Trevino, “Academic dishonesty in graduate business programs: Prevalence, causes, and proposed action.”2005 Sumantra Ghoshal, “Bad management theories are destroying good management practices.”2004 Neng Liang and Jiaquan Wang, “Implicit mental models in teaching cases: An empirical study of popular MBA cases in the United States and China.”2002-2003 Jeffrey Pfeffer and Christina Fong, “The end of business schools: Less success than meets the eye.”
  19. 19. Submissions graphChristina Fong, Best Paper Award Winner for 2002/2003, pictured with Roy Lewicki
  20. 20. Sumantra Ghoshal, 2005, “Badmanagement theories are destroying good management practices.” Google Scholar citations in 2012: 1400+
  21. 21. In memory of Dr. Sumantra Ghoshal Photo credit: Indian School of Business

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