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Register for "OB Research Round Tables Forum" at AOM 2022

  • 1.  Register for "OB Research Round Tables Forum" at AOM 2022

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    2022 AOM PDW <OB Research Round Tables Forum> 

    • Time: Saturday, Aug 6 2022 3:30PM - 5:30PM PT (UTC-7)
    • Location: Seattle Convention Center in Room 4C2

    Interested in enriching and expanding your network of scholars interested in similar topics?


    Join a research round table session hosted by leading scholars in the field! Each session features a few conference sessions that illustrate emerging trends, opportunities, and challenges related to the topic, in order to facilitate common ground connections among participants and get the discussion started. 


    This PDW will include three rounds of 25-minutes discussions that are moderated by accomplished scholars who serve as expert facilitators in a particular topic of OB research. Please note that due to the nature of this PDW, we only offer in-person participation.


    Registration is required by July 22: The number of participants for this PDW is limited. Pre-registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Use the link below to register. 

    https://uiowa.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5gWjIZHfYHaghf0 


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    The full list of topic areas and currently confirmed facilitators are shown below.

    Alternative Work Arrangements

    Jennifer Nahrgang – University of Iowa

    Hudson Sessions – Southern Methodist University

    Emily Campion – Old Dominion University

     

    Contextual Aspects of Work (e.g., Socialization, Culture & Climate)

    Matthew Perrigino – Iona University

    Chad Hartnell – Georgia State University

     

    Creativity & Innovation

    Jing Zhou – Rice University

    Spencer Harrison – INSEAD (France)

     

    Dark Side of OB

    Michelle Duffy - University of Minnesota

    Sandra Robinson – University of British Columbia (Canada)

     

    Diversity (e.g., Gender, Race, Ethnicity, Religion, Cognitive Styles)

    Alexis Smith Washington – Oklahoma State University

    Erika Hall – Emory University

    Tiffany Johnson – Georgia Institute of Technology

     

    Emotions, Affect, and Attitudes

    Neal Ashkanasy – University of Queensland (Australia)

    Shimul Melwani – University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

     

    Ethics, Justice/Fairness, & Trust

    Elizabeth Umphress – University of Washington

    David Welsh – Arizona State University

    Mike Baer – Arizona State University

     

    Identity & Identification

    Blake Ashforth - Arizona State University

    David Sluss – ESSEC (France)

     

    Relationship-based Leadership

    Fadel Matta – University of Georgia

    Lauren D'Innocenzo – Drexel University

     

    Behavior-based Leadership

    Gilad Chen – University of Maryland

    Mo Wang – University of Florida

     

    Destructive Leadership

    Rebecca Greenbaum – Rutgers University

    Maureen Ambrose – University of Central Florida

     

    Motivation and Engagement

    Amy Colbert – University of Iowa

    Ji Koung Kim – Texas A&M University

     

    Personality and Individual Differences

    Brian Swider – University of Florida

    Lauren Simon - University of Arkansas

     

    Positive Organizational Scholarship

    Scott Sonenshein – Rice University

    Jessica Melhot – Rutgers University

     

    Power, Politics, and Social Influence Processes

    Chris Rosen – University of Arkansas

     

    Stress and Well-Being

    Chris Reina – Virginia Commonwealth University

    Amy Bartels – University of Nebraska-Lincoln

     

    Team Composition and Diversity

    Mikhail Wolfson – University of Kentucky

    Stephen Humphrey – Penn State University

     

    Team Processes and Dynamics

    John Mathieu – University of Connecticut

    Brad Kirkman – North Carolina State University

     

    Time and Temporal Dynamics

    Abbie Shipp – Texas Christian University

    Karen Jansen – University of Reading (UK)

     

    Social Networks

    Joe Labianca – University of Massachusetts-Amherst

    Travis Grosser – University of Connecticut

     

    Voice & Proactivity

    Ethan Burris – University of Texas at Austin

    Elad Sherf – University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

    Daniel Newton – University of Iowa

     

    Work-life Interface

    Chris Barnes – University of Washington

    Kelly Wilson – Purdue University


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    Please contact OBRoundTables@gmail.com if you have any questions!


    Organizers

    Edwyna Hill, U of South Carolina
    Semin Park, U of Iowa
    Troy Smith, U of Nebraska, Lincoln
    Manuel Vaulont, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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    Semin Park
    Assistant Professor
    University of Iowa
    Iowa City IA
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