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JSCM Academy of Management Meeting 2019

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JSCM will be involved in a number of event at AOM this August.
AOM will take place August 9-13, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA


First of all JSCM is delighted to announce a Professional Development workshop entitled “Putting the ‘Network” into Supply Network Research” – at the 2019 Academy of Management Meeting with presentations and discussions from Ronald S. Burt, Stephen Borgatti, Thomas Choi, Kevin Dooley, Marat Davletshin, Jury Gualandris, Jon Johnson, Davide Luzzini and Annachiara Longoni.  
The session is organized by Barb Flynn, Mark Pagell and Brian Fugate.

When: Saturday August 10 – 3PM-5PM

Where: America North room, Westin Copley Place

Registration required: the approval code is 6FNH6Q

Registration can be completed here: http://events.aom.org/events/2019-annual-meeting-pdws/event-summary-13da6c8ab5aa4e5ea89eab5cf71b680b.aspx

  • JSCM will also host our best paper of the year award at AOM, this will be announced on Saturday the 10th of August 5:30-7:30 in room 207 of the Hynes Convention Center.

JSCM will also be taking part in the Professional Development Workshop entitled: “The Promise and Problems of Inclusive Organizing: Socratic Dialogues for Grand Challenges” This PDW will take place on Friday, Aug 9th, 2019, 4:45 PM - 6:45 PM in the Grand Ballroom, Salon G, Boston Marriott Hotel.


This PDW addresses the theme of “inclusive organizing” by hosting a high-level conversation between practitioners and academics about inclusivity within, across, and beyond organizations. This session is organised by Jennifer LeighNazareth College,  Arno Eerikki KourulaU. of Amsterdam, Anne QuarshieLUT U., School of Business and Management,  Lea StadtlerGrenoble Ecole de Management and Maria May SeitanidiU. of Kent

More details can be found here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/promise-problems-inclusive-organizing-socratic-dialogues-leigh/