AOM is fundamentally advancing knowledge creation and content dissemination for greater relevancy and impact on a diverse set of stakeholders and institutions around the world.
What does that mean for the broader community of scholars, the field of management, and the general public?
The Academy publishes top-rated journals with authoritative and diverse management research findings. In 2020, lifted by the immeasurable contributions and support of our volunteer community during this challenging year, AOM continued our effort to engage external audiences, including the global business community, global consumers of management-related news, global media and cultural influencers, and the global public policy community — by continuing to produce AOM Insights content (summaries, infographics, and videos) to these audiences. These efforts also promote the scholarly work that AOM produces and provides vital recognition to our members and scholars.
The Academy publishes the following journals:
Academy of Management Annals
Academy of Management Collections
Academy of Management Discoveries (AMD)
Academy of Management Journal (AMJ)
Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE)
Academy of Management Perspectives (AMP)
Academy of Management Proceedings
Academy of Management Review (AMR)
At the Academy, our devoted volunteers — editors, associate editors, reviewers and editorial review board members — collaborate to advance knowledge creation and content dissemination for greater global relevancy and impact.
The Academy publishes content for managers and business leaders through AOM Insights, which transforms scholarly AOM journal articles into easy-to-read online summaries and engaging videos and infographics. Insights’ get-right-to-the-point format transforms peer-reviewed management research from the world’s top scholars into actionable evidence for the workplace.
Top 10 Most-Read Insights Summaries in 2020
- The Global Challenge of Corporate Corruption
- 15 Signs You Work with a Narcissist, Machiavellian, or Psychopath
- Five Practices and Three Myths That Fuel Inequality
- Inequality Hurts Companies, Even as They Contribute to It
- Women Who Cry at Work Need to Know These Five Things
- Employee Health Benefit Hassles Cost U.S. Businesses Billions
- Women Using Less Feminine Terms in Cover Letters Are Less Likely to Get Hired
- Why Moral Leadership Matters
- How Narcissistic Leaders Erode Collaboration and Integrity
- Does Good Looking = Good Employee?