The Management Field in Light of the Climate Crisis: What Changes Do We Have to Make?
Listen to one of the most engaging Symposium of the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management sponsored by: Organizations and the Natural Environment (ONE), Social Issues in Management (SIM), Strategic Management (STR)https://aom2020.aom.org/meetings/virtual/TLFvefJa55MnNWq77
Panelists: Magali Delmas, UCLA; Glen Dowell, Cornell University; Duncan Duke, Ithaca College; Stuart Hart, University of Vermont; Sanjay Sharma, University of Vermont; Daniel Vermeer, Duke University
Scholars and experts at the confluence of management theory and the natural environment came together to discuss fundamental changes the field of management must undertake to respond meaningfully to the climate crisis. The key parameters of the discussion were that the changes must match the scope and breadth of the crisis, its finality, and the ten-year time window available to address it. Some of the main ideas proposed include:
The ensuing discussion was wide ranging and thought provoking, with a highly engaged audience that helped surface issues such as:
We, the symposium members had a great time and would like to thank all the audience participants for their engagement and thoughts. We are very happy with feedback like "This is one of the most engaging sessions of AOM. Great discussion"