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Pre-AOM 2020 ONE Times: Message from Program Chair Ivan Montiel

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    Posted 07-17-2020 07:24
    Edited by Dante Ignacio Leyva-de La Hiz 07-17-2020 08:12
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    Pre-AOM 2020 ONE Times: Message from Program Chair Ivan Montiel

    Dear ONErs,
    It is with great pleasure that I welcome each of you, ONErs, to the first ever AOM Virtual Annual Meeting, prepared unexpectedly and a bit rushed but with a lot of dedication and passion. First, I would like to thank our Division Chair Judith Walls and our PDW Chair Sukhbir Sandhu for the mutual support during all this year but especially since May 2020 when the decision was made by AOM that we will go virtual. In a way, we have worked on designing two conferences, the initially planned on-site meeting and then the virtual conference. Secondly, I thank the ONE Program Team Elisa Alt, Raquel Antolin-Lopez, and Natalia Yakovleva along with Javier Delgado-Ceballos, Brooke Lahneman, Johannes Meuer, Elizabeth Nichols, Rajat Panwar, and Ajith Venugopal for their work as conference associate editors. Also, a big thank to our 233 volunteer reviewers. Finally, a very special THANKS to Junghoon Park, who help me navigate all the AOM program-related tasks.
    Our 2020 statistics are impressive: 211 papers and 25 symposia submissions, 39 % and 41% increase from 2019. We also saw an increase in international submissions, receiving papers from all the continents: Europe (92), North America (84), Australasia (48), South America (11) and Africa (1), representing 32 different countries. Our globalization and inclusion efforts are working and our growth in submissions denotes the increasing interest in ONE related research topics.
    A key highlight of our program is the first virtual ONE Plenary, which will be held on Monday, August 10 from 8:00am to 9:15am EDT. During the plenary seven panelists will discuss the most urgent grand challenges in different parts of the world and avenues of future research for ONE researchers to advance on the 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our panelists include Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez (South America), Fayth Ruffin (Africa), Andrea Prado (Central America & Caribbean), Olga Hawn (North America), Raquel Antolin-Lopez (Europe), Sukhbir Sandhu (Australia and Asia), and Caroline Flammer (Global).  We hope to "see" you there.
    Here are some highlights of our 2020 ONE AOM Virtual conference:

    . We grouped nine ONE best papers into three sessions by topic.
    • Friday, August 7, 8:00am-9:00am EDT: "Paths Towards Sustainability"
    • Alcaraz, Jose M., Tirado, Francisco, & Gálvez, Anna: Agri-Food and Planetary Stewardship: A Cosmopolitan Lens
    • Prasai, Kunjika & Reynaud, Emmanuelle: Towards a scientific approach to sustainability: The Overconsumption Theory of the Firm
    • Hankammer, Stephan, Kleer, Robin, Mühl, Lena, & Euler, Johannes: Towards degrowth-conform organizational models. Framework development and application

    • Saturday, August 8, 8:00am-9:00am EDT: "Climate Change"
    • Wohlgezogen, Franz, McCabe, Angela, Osegowitsch, Tom, & Mol, Joeri: Management Scholarship's Contribution to Climate Change Research: A Bibliometric Analysis
    • Fairchild, Angie: Return on Carbon: Profit and Social Costs of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
    • Dahlmann, Frederik, Brammer, Stephen, & Branicki, Layla: Issue Framing and Environmental Performance: The Moderating Effect of Board Age

    • Sunday, August 9, 8:00am-9:00am EDT: "Organizational Behavior and Sustainability"
    • Klotz, Anthony, McClean, Shawn, & Yim Junhyok: When Does a Daily Dose of Nature Matter? Linking Extra-Work Contact with Nature to Employee Behavior
    • Ho, Shu Ham, & Oh Chang Hoon: The Social Contract between CSR and Social License: A Sentiment and Emotion Analysis
    • Oll, Josua, Meißner, Martin, & Bassen, Alexander: Goal-Driven and Stimulus-Driven Attention in Sustainable Investing: An Eye-Tracking Experiment
    We are also hosting 23 async paper sessions with a total of 106 ONE papers, another record number.
    FIVE ONE-LED SYNC SYMPOSIA will be held on Monday and Tuesday. The topics cover a wide array of grand challenges related topics, including, but not limited to, the role of business schools and management scholars in addressing climate change and fostering sustainability education.  
    • Monday, August 10
    • Better Late Than Never: Business Schools and Climate Change Action, 10:00am-11:30am EDT
    • Information Disclosure in Strategic Management, 2:00pm-3:30pm EDT
    • Organizing for the Grand Societal Challenges, 6:00pm-7:30pm EDT
    • Tuesday, August 11
    • Sustainability in Undergraduate Business Education: Developing Talents for Our Sustainable Future, 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT
    • The Management Field in Light of the Climate Crisis: What Changes Do We Have to Make? 7:00pm-8:30pm EDT
    Best regards,