2012 AOM Business Meeting Presentation

Report
Business Meeting
2012
Welcome
 Outgoing
Division Chair’s Report
 State of the Division
 Division Finances
 Highlights/Initiatives
 Recognitions
 Transitions
Current State of the Division:
MOC Membership
 Academy
of Management Total
Membership (2012): ~18,834
 MOC
Membership – July 7, 2012: 1205
 Membership
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Academic:
735
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Emeritus:
19
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Executive:
98
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Student:
353
by Type:
MOC Membership Growth
(Yearly as of July 1)
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
MOC Financials
 2011
Available Funds:
Fiscal 2011 Division Allocation
2011 Balance Forward
Contribution (Pearson)
Total
$11,435.00
$ 2,796.47
$ 200.00
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$14,431.47
Prepared by: Kerri Unsworth, MOC Treasurer
MOC Financials
2011 Expenses
12%
41%
31%
AoM expenses (CIR,
Social Hour, TAI)
Plaques, Food for
Thought, Copying
Student Consortia
16%
Mid-winter meeting
Total 2011 Expenses: $ 10,340.24
Year End 2010 Balance Forward: $4,091.23
Prepared by: Kerrie Unsworth, MOC Treasurer
MOC Financials

2012 Available Funds:
Fiscal 2012 Division Allocation
$13,986.00
2012 Balance Forward
$ 6,839.49
Payment to OMT for 2011 DSC ($ 2,748.26)
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Total
$18,077.23
Prepared by: Kerrie Unsworth, MOC Treasurer
Highlights 2011-2012
New Frontiers in
Managerial and Organizational Cognition
Joint international conference
 MOC Division of AoM and European Institute for the Advanced
Studies in Management (EIASM)
 Where and when?
 National University of Ireland, Maynooth (just outside Dublin),
September 6 -7 2012
 Runs parallel with the Irish Academy of Management, just before
the British Academy of Management.
 Thanks to:
 OIC member Robert Galavan, with co-chairs Anne Huff and
Rhonda Reger . Gerard Hodgkinson – Keynote speaker.

Highlights 2011-2012
 Continuing
development of the MOC website/AoM
Connect
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Archives (including Executive Committee meeting minutes)
Research, teaching, and practice content
Video resources
Email capabilities
Awards Programs
 Efforts
by our Outreach and Integration Committee
chaired by Davide Ravisi

Potential conference in the Balkans
Highlights 2011-2012
Reviewing in the Rough
 Doug
Lepisto: Student Services Committee
 Ongoing
PDW similar to Cognition in the Rough focusing
on Reviewing
 Consideration
of new PDW focusing on work
relationships and work habits of productive scholars and
colleagues.
Examination of
Doctoral Consortium
 Currently
joint effort with OMT (wonderful
feedback)
 Questions: Cost, identity, branding, content, and
mission
 Questionnaire to get member feedback
Examination of
Doctoral Consortium
•
Clear majority of students (79%) and faculty
(66%) willing to participate in a MOC doctoral
consortium
•
50% identify most with MOC division, followed by
OB (23%) and OMT (10%)
•
Even split over whether MOC should hold an
MOC-only doctoral consortium (42% each) with
16% undecided
Willing to Participate in MOC Doctoral
Consortium
Faculty
Doctoral Students
3% 18%
22%
12%
66%
Yes
Yes
No
No
79%
Identification with AOM Divisions
1st Most Identified
Other: 9%
BPS: 9%
OMT: 10%
OB: 23%
MOC: 49%
Tentative Title
• DIAMONDS
IN THE ROUGH: THE
MOC DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM
Highlights 2011-2012
Jane Dutton
University of Michigan
2012
MOC DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR
Transitions
People We’re Thanking
Former Archivist
Timothy Vogus
Vanderbilt University
People We’re Welcoming
Back!
Current Archivist
Dick Blackburn
University of North
Carolina-Chapel Hill
Transitions
People We’re Thanking
Former Treasurer
Frank C. Schultz
University of CaliforniaBerkeley
People We’re Welcoming
Current Treasurer
Kerrie Unsworth
University of Western Australia
Transitions
People We’re Thanking
Former Newsletter Editor
Sucheta Nadkarni
Drexel University
People We’re Welcoming
Current Newsletter Editor
Paul Harvey
University of New
Hampshire
Transitions
People We’re Thanking
Former Representative-at Large
Morela Hernandez
University of Washington
People We’re Welcoming
Representative-at-Large
Michelle Andre Barton
Boston University
Transitions
People We’re Welcoming
Program Chair-Elect
Kevin W. Rockmann
George Mason University
Past-Division Chair:
Gerard Hodgkinson
Thank you, Gerard, for
Five Years of Outstanding Service to MOC
A BIG Thanks to You All!
Passing the Gavel
2012-13 Officers

DIVISION CHAIR
Rhonda Reger
Email: [email protected]

DIVISION CHAIR-ELECT
Kyle Lewis
Email: [email protected]

PAST DIVISION CHAIR
Mark Martinko
Email: [email protected]

PROGRAM CHAIR
Elizabeth George
Email: [email protected]

PDW CHAIR & Program Chair-Elect
Kevin W. Rockmann
Email: [email protected]
2012-2013 Executive Committee
Representatives-at-Large
 Shelley Brickson
Email: [email protected]
 Marlys K. Christianson
Email:[email protected]
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 Frances E. Fabian
Email: [email protected]
 Michelle Andre Barton
Email: [email protected]
International Representative-at-Large
 Davide Ravasi
Email: [email protected]
Student Representative-at-Large
 Douglas Lepisto
Email: [email protected]
2012-2013 Other Division Leaders
WEBMASTER
Andac Arikan
Email: [email protected]
NEWSLETTER EDITOR
Paul Harvey
Email: [email protected]
ARCHIVIST
Richard Blackburn
Email: [email protected]
TREASURER
Kerrie Unsworth
Email: [email protected]
LISTSERVE (COGNET) MANAGER
Charles Watson
Email: [email protected]
MOC/AoM 2012
 Pre-Academy
 The
Highlights
Incredible 2012 MOC Program
“Pre-Academy” Highlights

Doctoral Student Consortium

Shelley Brickson and Frances Fabian
OMT/MOC Doctoral
Student Consortium

Students involved:
MOC = 15 Total = 45
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Activities
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(63% acceptance rate)
Dinner
Talks and discussions
Research roundtables
Teaching roundtables
Talks
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Majken Schultz – Copenhagen Business School – Keynote
speaker
Gerald F. Davis; U. of Michigan - Navigating the Publication
Process
Colin M. Fisher; Boston U. An Insider’s Guide to the Job Market
Renate Meyer; Vienna U; Organizational Research in Europe
OMT/MOC Doctoral
Student Consortium

Faculty Facilitators:
Jason Davis
Julie
Battilana
Rodolphe
Durand
Hillary
Anger
Elfenbein
Stine
Grodal
Spencer
Harrison
Pursey
Heugens
Tanya Menon
Phillippe
Monin
Louise
Mors
Christopher
I. Rider
Wesley Sine
Wendy K. Smith
Marco
Tammar
Tortoriello B. Zilber
Eva
Boxenbaum
Shelley
Brickson
Frances
Fabian
Peer
Fiss
“Pre-Academy” Highlights

Cognition in the Rough
 Marlys Christianson
 Morela Hernandez
 Douglas Lepisto
Cognition in the Rough
 Our
15th year!
 Number
of faculty facilitators = 24
 Number
of papers presented= 48
 25 “Diamond
in the Rough Award” Winners
Student proposal award:
Erin Reid
 Faculty proposal award:
1) Spencer Harrison, Shelly McArdle, and Michael Pratt
2) Elijah Wee and Hui Liao

Cognition in the Rough
THANK YOU SCHOLARS!
 Neal
Ashkanasy, Andrea Casey, Janet Dukerich, Dov Eden, C.
Marlena Fiol, Elizabeth George, Margaret Gorman, Tor
Hernes, Gerard Hodgkinson, George Huber, Lynn Isabella,
Glen Kreiner, Theresa Lant, Kyle Lewis, Luis Martins, Chet
Miller, Frances Milliken, Sucheta Nadkarni, Rhonda Reger,
David Schwandt, Kathleen Sutcliffe, Subra Tangirala, Mary
Waller, and David Whetten
 10 Year
Service Award = Janet Dukerich
PDWs by the Numbers
 We sponsored or co-sponsored 18 PDWs
 Lead sponsor on 7, including Cognition in the Rough,
OMT/MOC Doctoral Consortium and Think About it…. Over a
Beer (or a glass of wine)
 Collaborated with 17 divisions/IGs
 48 volunteer organizers and over 100 scholars
 Representing 107 schools and corporations from around
the globe
Advice for next year’s PDW submitters

Large divisions get more PDWs than they can accept

Smaller divisions (like MOC) get fewer PDWs than they can
accept

Easier for a division to be a co-sponsor than a lead sponsor.
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Ergo: Submit to MOC and request Co-sponsorship from large
divisions.
The MOC 2012 Program
At A Glance
 15
Divisional Paper Sessions
 10 Papers selected Cross-Divisional Paper
sessions
8
Papers selected for Discussion Paper
sessions
 36 Symposia
 32 Jointly-sponsored symposia
 4 MOC sponsored symposia
4
Showcase symposia
Total Number of Submissions:
In 2012 = 242
250
39
200
150
30
37
38
32
22
100
50
48
185
128
142
152
2007
2008
201
169
194
0
2006
2009
2010
2011
2012
# Symposia
# Papers
Creativity, Decision-Making &
Learning
2.86% 2.73%
Organizational Cognition,
Systems & Dynamics
7.03%
Methods
31.90%
9.24%
Affect, Motivation & Influence
Identity, Identification &
Image
9.51%
Social Construction, Meaning
& Symbolism
11.59%
13.02%
Teams, Groups &
Communities
Institutional Theory
12.11%
POS: Positive Organizational
Scholarship
 257
Reviewers … 94% completed assignments
3
= # Reviewers / submission
 2.86 = # Submissions / reviewer
 Reviewer
Status
 150
= Faculty
 91 = Students & ABD
 Reviewer
 31
Home Country
countries represented!
Representing 31 countries and especially…
USA:
117
Netherlands:
6
UK:
13
China/HK
7
France:
5
India:
9
Canada:
13
Germany
7
Australia:
12
Italy:
5
Finland:
5
Spain:
5
Switzerland: 6
 Thank
…
you to ALL of our reviewers
and especially …
 Our
 3+
26 Outstanding Reviewers
reviews
 >4.5 submitter feedback
 fast turnaround (avg ~5 days)
 extensive/developmental reviews
 Most also reviewed for other divisions!
Alan James Krause
Roh Pin Lee
Emmanuelle Reuter
Rebecca L. Schaumberg
Mark Bayer
Lynne Catherine Vincent
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Ileana Stigliani

Andrea Casey

Michelle A. Barton

Chet Miller

Tomi M.M. Laamanen

Michael D. Pfarrer
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Marc Hoffman Lavine

Jennifer Petriglieri

Erik Ian Dane

Claudia Jasmand
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Rhonda K. Reger
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Uriel Haran
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Andrew M. Carton
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Samantha Fairclough

Naina Gupta

Harry B. Knoche
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Raina A. Brands
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Toshio Murase

Richard Blackburn

Victor Dörfler
Special Thanks
MOC Reviewer Service Award
Andrea Casey
Tomi M.M. Laamanen
For Five Years of Outstanding Reviewing to the
MOC Division
Special Thanks
Best Paper Selection
Committee Members
Kevin Rockmann
Jacqueline Fendt
Naina Gupta
Mark Bayer
Jeffrey Bednar
Timo Vuori
Daniela Blettner
Best Paper Awards
Best
Student Paper
Best
(Faculty) Paper
Finalists: Best Student Paper
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Elizabeth D. Rouse
 “Hunters and Gatherers: Entrepreneur narratives of psychological
decoupling”
Valerie Rosenblatt
 “Dominant individuals and unethical decisions: The role of moral
disengagement and self-control”
Sameer B. Srivastava
 “Situational uncertainty, cognition, and social capital activation in
organizations”
Johnna Capitano, Jonathan Ziegert, Katrina Graham
 “The impact of framing and feedback on decision making”
Shubha Patvardhan, Aimee L. Hamilton
 “Organizational identity change: Review and reflection on three
decades of research”
Jenny Liao, Nerina L. Jimmieson, Simon Restubog, Anne O’Brien
 “Antecedents and consequences of transactive memory systems:
Constructive evidence from three studies”
MOC 2012 Best Student Paper
Johnna Capitano
Jonathan C. Ziegert
Katrina A. Graham
“The impact of framing and
feedback on decision
making”
Finalists: MOC 2012 Best Paper

Kent D. Miller & Shu-Jou Lin
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Danielle Tucker, Jane Hendy, & James Barlow
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“The outsider’s advantage: Social rejection can fuel creative thought”
Jennifer Whitson, Katie Liljenquist, Joe Magee, & Deborah
Gruenfeld
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“Sensemaking and social accounts of middle managers”
Lynne Catherine Vincent, Sharon H. Kim, & Jack Anthony
Goncalo
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“Analogical reasoning in complex and dynamic environments”
“The blind, leading: How power reduces awareness of constraints in
the environment”
Thomas G. Cummings & Chailin Cummings

“A cognitive inquiry into knowledge change in organization studies”
MOC 2012 Best Paper
Lynne Catherine Vincent
Sharon H. Kim
Jack Anthony Goncalo
“The outsider’s advantage: Social
rejection can fuel creative thought”
Upcoming in 2012

Joint international conference: New Frontiers in Managerial and
Organizational Cognition
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Where and when?
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
AoM MOC Division
European Institute for the Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM)
National University of Ireland, Maynooth (just outside Dublin), September 6 -7
2012
It will run in parallel with the Irish Academy of Management, and just before
the British Academy of Management – so you can pack in 3 conferences in 10
days, should you choose!
Rationale

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AOM-EIASM link will provide a solid outreach component and give the
conference solid positioning in Europe and the US
With thanks to OIC member Robert Galavan, with co-chairs Anne Huff and
Rhonda Reger, for their creativity and hard work in planning it
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Orlando- 2013
Initiatives for 2012-2013
 New
 New
Member Outreach
Member Mentors (continuing AOM
program)

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