CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 63rd MIDWEST ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
Hosted by the Midwest Board Virtually October 26-30, 2020 https://www.mwaom.org/ Conference Theme: Scholarship in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous World Conference Team: Tim O. Peterson, North Dakota State University, Virtual Chair Shontarius Aikens, Concordia College, Virtual Program Coordinator Jennifer Schultz, St. Mary's University and Shontarius Aikens, Concordia College Doctoral Consortium Co-Coordinators Highlights: Monday Doctoral Consortium Plenary for Each Track from 12 to 1:30 P.M. The Midwest Academy of Management is open to all management disciplines and some of our traditional track topics have included: Leadership, Ethics, Supply Chain, Health Care, Hospitality, and Information Systems. Due to the virtual nature of this year's conference, we have compressed the tracks. Of specific interest this year, we are asking you to consider how your new ways of working have challenged you, your students, and our profession to be more flexible, adaptable, and resilient. Additionally, papers could propose: New thinking about ways of working; tactical, practical and timely solutions in specific aspects of our work - teaching, research and service. Ideas for adapting traditional on campus activities in online or virtual settings and being adaptable as we pivot our teaching, research, and service. The theme track Scholarship in an Extraordinary Future would be an excellent outlet for these generative submissions. We welcome collaborative paper sessions, professional development workshops, symposiums and other sessions related to management topics. Submit your research papers, symposia proposals, professional development workshop proposals, short papers, and other creative works. Acceptance decisions will be made around September 1, 2020. For formatting and submission guidelines, go to https://www.mwaom.org/conferences/guidelines-for-all-submissions/. To submit a proposal, go to https://www.openconf.org/MWAOM2020/author/submit.php. Submission Deadline: Wednesday, July 15, 2020 Doctoral Consortium: The Midwest Doctoral Consortium will be held on Monday, October 26, 2020. If you are a currently enrolled doctoral student in business or a related area and are interested in attending, please send an email to the Co-Coordinators – Jennifer Schultz, St. Mary's University firstname.lastname@example.org and Shontarius Aikens, Concordia College email@example.com with the following information: Name, University, Program description (DBA, PhD, etc.), Program area (i.e., OD, OB, HR, Strategy, etc.), and Program Status or expected completion date (e.g., May 2021) In addition, you should indicate what your specific interest would be from the doctoral consortium. The Coordinator will respond to you with additional information. Doctoral students will have to be come members of the Midwest Academy of Management for $50 but their conference fee will be waived. They will be eligible for best papers submitted to the conference. Reviewers: Academic conferences depend on their reviewers. All reviewers will be acknowledged in the conference program book for their contribution. Those who provide substantive comments will be considered for Outstanding Reviewer recognition.
To sign up as a Reviewer: see more information in the attached call for papers. Any additional questions regarding being a reviewer can be sent to Shontarius Aikens at firstname.lastname@example.org.