Call for Participants: AOM Workshop on Occupations/Professions in Organizations:

Greetings! We invite you to participate in our Academy of Management Workshop on “Examining the Intersection of Occupations and Professions in Organizations” (session 87), scheduled for Friday, July 30th from 10am-12pm EDT

This workshop seeks to explore new directions in research at the intersection of occupations and professions in organizations by bringing together leading scholars with participants. These scholars will include:

  • Ruthanne Huising (EM-Lyon, Senior Editor at Organization Science)
  • Andrew Nelson (University of Oregon, Associate Editor at Academy of Management Journal)
  • Amit Nigam (City, University of London, Co-Editor of Strategic Organization and Deputy Editor-in-Chief of BMJ Leader)

Workshop participants will have the opportunity to ask questions after each panelist’s presentation as well as participate in an extended discussion at the end of all the presentations. 

In addition, we have also planned for an interactive Social Hour right after the event (from 12pm-1pm EDT), which will feature Zoom breakout discussions in small groups. We will provide the Zoom link to this social event on the PDW landing page. On the landing page, we will also offer participants an invite to the standing Slack workspace associated with this workshop, which has been a vibrant, valuable community for over 50 scholars in this area for nearly a year.

We hope you can join us for this PDW and look forward to your participation. 

Warm regards,

Workshop Co-organizers 

Matt Beane (UC Santa Barbara)

Curtis Chan (Boston College)

Julia DiBenigno (Yale University)

Arvind Karunakaran (McGill University)

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