Why submit to the Annual Meeting?
AOM is the best venue for receiving feedback on work in progress. Submitting to AOM’s virtual Annual Meeting eliminates the financial and time constraints of attending in person, providing you with more time to focus on your work.
Accepted submissions allow first-time attendees the opportunity to present and interact with thousands of like-minded AOM members and colleagues from around the world.
Receive helpful and valuable feedback from reviewers and session participants for work in progress, while reinforcing your own scholarly identity and making serendipitous connections with fellow AOM scholars.
Build your expertise of the scholarly process and gain insightful feedback while preparing, submitting and presenting your research. Increase your professional network and be in contention for awards.
Become an engaged, proactive member of your professional community and help contextualize research to better serve practicing managers and forecast their needs.
What can you submit?
Paper Sessions are the heart of scholarship and offer the most significant contributions to the Annual Meeting.
Speakers discuss a common topic or theme that brings new insights to the subject. Symposia (either Panel Symposia and Presenter Symposia) can be submitted to up to three Divisions and Interest groups (DIGs).
Caucuses encompass a wide variety of topics, and we encourage proposals that feature nascent ideas or ongoing themes that would be interesting to the entire AOM community.
Professional Development Workshops include a wide variety of session formats, such as doctoral and junior faculty consortia, as well as learning experiences led by experts in the topic with intended takeaways for the participants.
Submitting a Proposal
Submitting proposals is a great way to participate in the Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meeting. By submitting papers, Professional Development Workshops (PDWs), symposia, and caucuses, you have the opportunity to share your work and knowledge with fellow management and organization scholars. Please use the buttons above for more information about our submission process, policies and ethics, and sessions on the Annual Meeting Program.
Important Notes For Submissions
- Submitters do not need to be members to submit a proposal to the Annual Meeting.
- If a proposal is accepted, participants must register to attend the Annual Meeting.
- All participants attending the Annual Meeting must be AOM Members and registered for the Annual Meeting.
To view any of the Division and Interest Group's (DIG) 2022 Call for Submissions, please select a link from below. Click on either PDW for the Professional Development Workshop Call or Scholarly for the paper and symposium Calls.
2022 Divisions And Interest Groups (DIG) Calls for Submissions:
Organizational Neuroscience (NEU)
The 2022 calls for submissions are also available for the following:
AOM-Wide Calls for Submissions
Affiliates and Associates Calls for Submissions
- Africa Academy of Management (AFAM)
- Asia Academy of Management (AAM)
- Iberoamerican Academy of Management (IAM)
- Indian Academy of Management (INDAM)
2021 Annual Meeting
- Sessions available for viewing through 31 December 2021
2022 Annual Meeting
- Late November: Call for Submissions and Reviewers published
- Early December: Submission Center and Reviewer Center open
- 11 January: Submission Deadline
- 20 January-17 February: Review Period
- Early March: Registration opens
- Late March: Paper and Symposium Decisions announced
- Late May/Early June: Online Program opens
- 5-9 August: Annual Meeting