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Wondering where to find our "MOC Award Winning Papers" at the Virtual AOM 2020?

  • 1.  Wondering where to find our "MOC Award Winning Papers" at the Virtual AOM 2020?

    Posted 08-10-2020 14:39
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    Hello!

    AOM 2020 Theme asked us to broaden our sight by breaking down dichotomies and broadening the way we "see" management and organizations and our own profession. Recent events in the world have thrust us into the position to really do this work. Not only to see ourselves anew, but to create synergies, increase our valued-added, and create positive results for individuals, organizations and society, and the field of management and organizations. The MOC Executive Committee and members have put a tremendous amount of work into reimagining what our conference (e.g., PDWs, MOC Connecting Social, Papers & Symposia) can be in a virtual context and we hope you are enjoying the program.

    Wondering where to find our "MOC Award Winning Papers" in the Program at the Virtual AOM 2020?

    ....Find that information here!

    We will be honoring all of our MOC Award Winners in person during AOM 2021.

    1. Best Student Led Paper:
    • "The Impact of Customer Creativity on Service Employees: An Emotional Appraisal Perspective" by Randy Xue Ren Lee, PokMan Tang, Anthony Klotz, Remus Ilies, & Shawn T. McClean
    • This award is sponsored by Durham University Business School and includes a plaque and an honorarium for the winner.
    • A special thanks to the awards committee: Teresa Cardador, Kevin Rockmann, Colin Fisher, Daniel Mack, Cristiano Guarana, Ludvig Levasseur
    • Presented "Live" in Session 346: Monday 6:00-6:45 PM "The Evolution & Obliteration of Novel Ideas & Problems"
    2. Best Paper with Practical Implications:
    • "Algorithmic Decision Making Undermines Affective     Commitment" by Chunchen Xu and Arthur S. Jago
    • The award is sponsored by the Behavioral Science and Policy Association and includes a plaque and an honorarium for the winner.
    • A special thanks to the awards committee: Morela Hernandez, Elizabeth George, Sarah Green Carmichael, Chris Myers, and Erica Johnson
    • Presented asynchronously in session 1015: "Effects of AI, Social Media & Proactivity on Decision Making"
    3. MOC Best Paper:
    • "Obliteration by Divergence in Scientific Networks: The Case of Ego Depletion" by Mustafa Akben & Ravi S. Kudesia
    • The award includes a plaque and an honorarium for the winner, sponsored by the MOC division.
    • A special thanks to the awards committee: Brianna Caza, Karoline Strauss, Shelley Brickson, Kira Schabram, Alyson Meister & S. Mercedes McBride-Walker
    • Presented "Live" in Session 346: Monday 6:00-6:45 PM "The Evolution & Obliteration of Novel Ideas & Problems"
    4. 4th Annual Tuesday Coolness: 14 of MOC's most "Creative Papers on Innovative Topics"!
    • Presented asynchronously in session 1376 - Visit these creative and innovative papers and presentations on your own time! Engage with the material and leave your comments for the authors. 
    • It's Not What It Seems to Be: Organizational Resilience and Competing Demands
      Author: 
      Kijan Vakilzadeh; U. of Kassel
      Author: 
      Alexander Haase; U. of Kassel

      I am More than a Caricature: Why Some CEOs Openly Invest in a Serious Leisure Interest
      Author: 
      Emilia Bunea; Vrije U. Amsterdam
      Author: 
      Evgenia Lysova; Vrije U. Amsterdam
      Author: 
      Svetlana Khapova; Vrije U. Amsterdam

      Accepting, Justifying, and Resisting Identity Separation: Disidentification Processes During Layoffs
      Author: 
      Riitta Ronnqvist; Aalto U.
      Author: 
      Timo Olavi Vuori; Aalto U.
      Author: 
      Niina Nurmi; Aalto U. School of Business

      Debiasing Decision Making Through Observational Learning
      Author: 
      Haewon Yoon; Indiana U. - Kelley School of Business
      Author: 
      Irene Scopelliti; Cass Business School, City U. London
      Author: 
      Carey Morewedge; Boston U.
      Implications of Individual Boundary Spanning Behaviors for Team Performance: A Bottom-Up Model
      Author: 
      Chu-Ding Ling; Remin U. of China
      Author: 
      Wu Liu; Hong Kong Polytechnic U.
      Author: 
      Xiaoyun Xie; Zhejiang U.

      When Embedded Professionals Must Restore Fidelity to their Organization or Profession
      Author: Jeffrey Bednar; Brigham Young U.
      Author: Gabby Cunningham; U. of Oxford
      Author: Kurt Sandholtz; Brigham Young U.

    • Perceived Effort Outshines Natural Talent When Sharing Expertise
      Designated as a "Best Paper" for MOC
      Author: 
      Nuria Tolsa Caballero; U. College London
      Author: 
      Chia-Jung Tsay; U. College London

      Divergent Perspectives and Fluid Responses: Multiplexed Framing in Incumbent Responses to Disruption
      Designated as a "Best Paper" for MOC
      Author: 
      Jack Lewis Fraser; Cambridge Judge Business School

      Time Judgment During a Crisis
      Author: 
      Cana Karaduman; Tilburg U.
      Author: 
      Leon Oerlemans; Tilburg U.

      Comparing Thinking Fast and Thinking Slow: Interventions, Individual Differences, and Rules
      Author: 
      Matthew Asher Lawson; Fuqua School of Business, Duke U.
      Author: 
      Richard Paul Larrick; Duke U.
      Author: 
      Jack Soll; Duke U.

      Found Out or Psyched Up: How and When Workplace Impostor Thoughts Breed Mastery at Work
      Author: 
      Basima Tewfik; MIT Sloan School of Management

      Linguistic Cues of CEO Personality and its Effect on Performance
      Author: 
      Johannes Brunzel; Technische U. Braunschweig

      When (and Why) Expressing Uncertainty Affects Perceptions of Competence
      Author: 
      Joel Levin; U. of Pittsburgh

      Silence Climates in the Boardroom
      Author: 
      Marilieke Engbers; Vrije U. Amsterdam

    5. MOC 2020 Distinguished Scholar - Professor James P. Walsh
    • We will honor James P. Walsh in person during AOM 2021!
    • Stay tuned! 
    6. MOC Best Symposium:
    • "Routines and Sensemaking: Strengthening Connections, Extending Theory" 
      • Organizer: Brian Hilligoss
      • Discussants: Jorgen Sandberg and Martha S. Feldman
      • Participants:  Timothy J. Vogus, Curtis LeBaron, Claus, Rerup, Morten T. Vendelo, MarlysChristianson
    • The award includes a plaque and an honorarium for the winner, sponsored by the MOC division.
    • A special thanks to the awards committee: Pauline Schilpzand, Herman Tse, Lee Watkiss, Young-Chul Jeong, Sophie Leroy, Patricia Staats 
    • This session is not being presented at AOM 2020 due to scheduling challenges.
    Enjoy the rest of your conference!

    Naomi Rothman

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    Naomi Rothman
    Associate Professor
    Lehigh University
    Bethlehem
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