Call for Participants: AOM Professional Development Workshop “Teaching Employee Share Ownership and Equity Compensation”

Academy of Management Professional Development Workshop “Teaching Employee Share Ownership and Equity Compensation”
July 31, 2021 

Dear Colleague,

We invite you to join us for an interactive live synchronous Professional Development Workshop “Teaching Employee Share Ownership and Equity Compensation” (11921) on Saturday, July 31, at 10:45 a.m. eastern at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

This PDW will explore ways to teach about employee share ownership in a wide variety of business school and management courses. Research shows that sharing equity and profits with employees can improve company performance while benefiting employees.  Despite its importance and its impact in the workplace, however, the topic is largely overlooked in the classroom. Please join this live synchronous workshop, which will include opportunities for dialogue and small group discussion. Attendees will take away new ideas for integrating teaching about employee ownership into courses that they already teach.  Presenters will share their recommendations for company case studies, videos, and a new source for guest speakers for classes.

Chair: Joseph Blasi, Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations

Moderator: Adria Scharf, Rutgers University 

Presenters:

  • Daphne Berry, University of Hartford
  • Edward Carberry, University of Massachusetts, Boston
  • Trevor Daniel Young-Hyman, University of Pittsburgh
  • Saehee Kang, Florida State University
  • Jegoo Lee, University of Rhode Island

Find details here: https://2021.aom.org/meetings/virtual/hzePYHXqTKaHExYFP?fbclid=IwAR1wp3krq9-GO36fzeYfXRRAGG1jQRjkJj_-0vwxT5O8GyDD5Ta-C0q5Z48

Joseph Blasi
Adria Scharf 

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