Welcome to the interactive AOM Connect website of the Organizations and the Natural Environment (ONE) Division of the Academy of Management.
The ONE Division is a group of scholars that study, teach and engage with business and policymakers on a wide variety of topics related to environmental sustainability. What brings us together is a strong belief that the management discipline has much to contribute in creating a better understanding of the relation between organizations and the natural environment. However, we don’t intend to stop there. Through engagement, we also help businesses find solutions to address the most pressing sustainability issues of our time such as climate change, biodiversity, water scarcity and various types of environmental pollution.
On this website you can find a wealth of resources in the form of discussions, teaching syllabi, workshop and conference announcements, calls for papers, job announcements, etc. As it is an interactive AOM Connect website, get engaged and contribute to the conversation. I look forward to seeing rich discussions develop here on how we as management scholars can help tackling corporate sustainability issues. Judith Walls
DO MANAGERIAL PRACTICES NEED PHILOSOPHY?
Call for Papers - Special issue for Philosophy of Management
Corresponding Guest Editors:
Marian Eabrasu, European Business School, INSEEC U. (Paris, France)
Dear friends and colleagues!
We would like to invite submissions to the sub-theme on organizational paradox at EGOS2020 in Hamburg, Germany. The topic is "Change for Good? Organizational Paradoxes and Unintended Consequences of Transforming Modern ...
Dear Colleagues, The Organizations and Natural Environment (ONE) division seeks proposals for Professional Development Workshops (PDWs) for the 2020 Academy of Management meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. You are encouraged to discuss your ...
The Strategic Management Group at the Center for Sports and Business (Stockholm School of Economics) invites management scholars working with sports data to a two-day workshop in Stockholm (Sweden). The workshop's goals are twofold. First, to help researchers ...
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