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Come “Meet the Editors” this Wed on AMJ Radio Live (Mar 27)

  • 1.  Come “Meet the Editors” this Wed on AMJ Radio Live (Mar 27)

    Posted 03-25-2024 12:48

    Topic: Meet the Editor (Marc Gruber, Matthew Grimes)

    Time: March 27, 11 AM (Eastern Time)

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    On this upcoming episode of AMJ Radio Live, Marc Gruber is joined by Matthew Grimes who handles qualitative research papers on AMJ's editorial team. They will discuss qualitative research published in AMJ as well as the relevance and appropriate use of generative AI in management scholarship. Join our conversation this Wednesday to find out more. 


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    About the guest speakers:


    Marc Gruber is full professor at the College of Management of Technology at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland and Editor-in-Chief of Academy of Management Journal (AMJ). Marc has published his research on innovation, strategy and entrepreneurship in several leading journals and is co-author of the book "Where to Play: 3 Steps for Discovering Your Most Valuable Market Opportunities", which introduces a practical business tool used by tens of thousands of startups and established firms.


    Matthew Grimes is Professor of Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Futures at the Judge Business School (University of Cambridge). He is a current Associate Editor at the Academy of Management Journal. His research interests include entrepreneurship and sustainable development. Specifically, he examines how individuals and organizations create, introduce, and sustain positive social change by way of entrepreneurship by studying both the contextual and individual factors that contribute to innovation and the governance of innovation.


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    Clara Soo

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    PhD Student | Organizational Behavior
    Broad College of Business 
    Michigan State University