The Academy of Management (AOM), the preeminent professional association for management and organization scholars, recently hosted its annual conference in Boston. As part of the event, several awards were announced for journal authors, reviewers, and symposium conductors across its six journals and 26 divisions and interest groups. The D'Amore-McKim community fared well in these results, with five faculty and staff among those recognized.
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The Academy of Management has recognized the Huang and her co-author's piece examining gender based venture capital bias.
The Academy of Management has honored David De Cremer, D'Amore-McKim's inbound Dunton Family Dean, along with his seven coauthors for their paper's “clear and important contribution to the field of management.”
Using data about Shark Tank, study finds women are less likely to get funding when pitching innovative ideas to investors
The “Gender Liability of Venture Novelty,” co-authored by Northeastern professor Zhenyu Liao, published these key findings in the Academy of Management Journal.
Chinese companies are reinventing management through an approach called “digitally enhanced directed autonomy” (DEDA). DEDA uses digital platforms to give frontline employees direct access to corporate resources and capabilities, allowing them to organize themselves around business opportunities without managerial intervention. Autonomy is directed where it is needed and tracked. By giving teams the freedom to design, produce, and sell their products, companies can foster innovation, increase employee engagement, and improve customer satisfaction. The authors use case studies to examine how Chinese companies utilize DEDA and how Western companies might learn from it.
In these tricky economic times, asking for a raise may seem even more daunting than it would have even a year ago.
This week's Twitter saga reminded me of the first principle of effective management: listen before talking. – Koen Pauwels
Ruth V. Aguilera was recently elected as an Academy of Management (AOM) fellow. Since she is also a fellow of both the Strategic Management Society (SMS) and the Academy of International Business (AIB), she has earned entrance into what she calls the “Triple Crown” – an exclusive group of professionals who have made a mark in the domains of strategy, international business, and management.
D'Amore-McKim Professor Timothy Hoff was recently named the 2022 Myron D. Fottler Exceptional Service Award winner. This accolade is the most distinguished honor bestowed by the Health Care Management (HCM) Division within the Academy of Management (AOM).
Childcare is not a family issue, it is a business issue. It affects how we work, when we work and for many, why we work. Moving forward, employer-provided child care could also influence where we work. It is up to businesses to think creatively about ways to build the childcare infrastructure we need to help working parents keep working for their families, and the economy as a whole.