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MSR Research Consortium
AOM Boston 2019 MSR Research Consortium Theme:
The AOM Management, Spirituality, and Religion (MSR) interest group executive committee invites you to our Research Consortium in Boston
Qualitative methodologies as inclusive approaches to develop high-quality Management, Spirituality and Religion research.
- Thursday, August 8th, 9:30 to 5:00 (the day before the AOM)
- Location: Boston Public Library, 700 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 Ph: 617.859.2219
- Cost: $25 that includes catered lunch, tea and coffee. (Online payment form will be sent once it is ready)
- How to Register: Submit your form here (the link: http://bit.ly/2IZgNl3) or simply reply to Dr. Debra Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org
Given this year's focus on qualitative research, we bring top senior scholars and reviewers from tier 1 journals to share their views and their experience on well-established or more original qualitative methodologies and on qualitative research publication strategies. Here is the list of panelists that we are inviting this year including yourself:
-Ian Mitroff, Crisis Management Expert, University of California Berkeley
-Joan Marques, Dean, Professor of Management, Woodbury University
-Robert Gephart, Professor, University of Alberta
-Liz Denton, Organizational Counseling Psychologist, Executive Coach, Speaker, Co-Author: "A Spiritual Audit of Corporate America"
Plan for the Day
We hope to have 2 workshop sessions (3 hours each session). Each panelist will introduce his/her qualitative research method followed by one hour mini workshop session where participating scholars can engage in practical workshops and hands on learning.
We are looking forward to seeing you this August.
MSR Research Consortium Committee (Tom Culham, Debra Dean, Richard Major, Eleftheria Egel, Sunny Jeong)
The Academy of Management
MSR Community & Focus
The AOM MSR interest group counts 600 active members across the world. As an emerging and growing field of research, our strategic directions for the coming five years are:
1) Developing quality of Research and Teaching;
2) Connection, Network, Community and Outreach; and
3) Develop MSR into an attractive, thriving DIG organization.
To develop the quality of research, for the past 4 years MSR has organized a full-day research Consortium that brings together 35 to 50 colleagues the day before AOM, to learn, share and connect.