Spotlight on the Academy of Management Journals
Discover these journals from 5-12 April – Ground floor, Doriot Library
The Academy of Management is committed to advancing theory, research, education, and practice in the field of management.
Founded in 1936 by two professors, the Academy of Management is the oldest and largest scholarly management association in the world.
The Academy’s 24 professional divisions and interest groups promote excellence in the established management disciplines that they represent.
The Academy of Management publishes 4 scholarly journals, a newsletter, and an annual meeting Best Papers Proceedings CD. The Academy’s journals are found in libraries around the world, including the Doriot Library, in hard copy and in research databases produced by EBSCO and JSTOR.
Academy of Management Review (AMR) provides a forum to explicate theoretical insights and developments, now ranked 1st in Thomson Reuters 2010 Journal Citation Reports (JCR) Management Category with an Impact Factor of 6.720
Academy of Management Journal (AMJ) articles empirically examine theory-based knowledge, now ranked 4th in Thomson Reuters 2010 Journal Citation Reports (JCR) Management Category with an Impact Factor of 5.250
Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE) provides a forum to examine learning processes and management education, with an impact factor of 2.533
Academy of Management Perspectives (AMP) – formerly the Academy of Management Executive (AME) publishes accessible articles about important issues concerning management and business, with an impact factor of 2.470
INSEAD faculty regularly contribute to AOM journals. Here is a selection of recent articles published :
Petriglieri, Gianpiero ; Wood, Jack Denfeld ; Petriglieri, Jennifer L .
Up close and personal: building foundations for leaders’ development through the personalization of management learning
Academy of Management Learning and Education – vol. 10, no. 3, September 2011 p. 410-450
O’Leary, Michael Boyer ; Mortensen, Mark ; Woolley, Anita Williams
Multiple team membership: a theoretical model of its effects on productivity and learning for individuals and teams
Academy of Management Review – vol. 36, no. 3, July 2011 p. 461-478
Huy, Quy Nguyen ; Suddaby, Roy ; Hardy, Cynthia
Where are the new theories of organization?
Academy of Management Review, vol. 36, no. 2, April 2011 p. 236-246