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AOM 2022: Panel Symposium on "Creating Impact Through Practice-Based Scholarship" (session 1261)

  • 1.  AOM 2022: Panel Symposium on "Creating Impact Through Practice-Based Scholarship" (session 1261)

    Posted 23 days ago
    Are you attending the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Seattle? Don't miss this exciting Panel Symposium & add it to your conference schedule with just two clicks:

    • When? Monday, August 8, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm (PT).
    • Where? Sheraton Grand Seattle, Boren (Live & in person).
    • How? Walk-in; no application is required.

    This Panel Symposium will provide an inclusive space to address the challenge of creating impact through practice-based scholarship. It will bring together distinguished senior scholars from different AOM DIGs who reflect upon the role and relevance of impact in practice-based research.

    Panelists (in alphabetical order):

    • Paula Jarzabkowski, City University London & University of Queensland
    • Juliane Reinecke, King's College London
    • Eero Vaara, University of Oxford
    • Charlene Zietsma, Pennsylvania State University


    • Davide Nicolini, University of Warwick
    Organizers: Lorenzo Skade & Yanis Hamdali, European University Viadrina

    Our panelists will share their insights and knowledge by elaborating on (1) ways of creating impactful scholarship through practice-based research, and (2) opportunities for impactful engagement. This cross-divisional Panel Symposium strives to bring together interested attendees of the Academy's Annual Meeting to jointly reflect on the impact we can create through and beyond practice-based research communities. This in-person event will be split into three parts:

    • Part one will feature short presentations with insights and knowledge from distinguished senior scholars on how to create impact through practice-based research and how to engage with the public and academic discourse.
    • Part two will reflect on these during a panel discussion facilitated by the discussant, who will provide further discussion points and provocations.
    • In Part three, the discussion will be opened to the audience, allowing attendees to engage with experienced scholars of the panel.
    HopeSee you soon!

    Yanis Hamdali
    European University Viadrina