[AISWorld] Call for Reviewers and Submission: Academy of Management, OCIS Division
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Participate in the Academy of Management’s
73rd Annual Meeting
August 9 – 13, 2013
Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), Florida
Call for Reviewers
I encourage you to sign up as a volunteer reviewer for Organization Communication and Information Systems (OCIS) division. Please note that even if you have reviewed in the past, you still need to sign up again for the 2013 Annual Meeting.
Reviewer Sign Up: NOW
Review Period: January 15, 2013 - February 21, 2013
You can sign up to review for up to two (2) divisions and/or interest groups, and you may be asked to review up to three (3) submissions (papers and symposia) for each division or interest group that you select. The maximum number of review assignments that you could potentially receive is six (6).
To sign up, please visit http://review.aomonline.org/. You will have to create a user account and choose your areas of expertise (keywords) for the divisions or interest groups for which you want to review. The signup process should not take more than 10 minutes. Reviewers are advised to carefully review the reviewer guidelines and procedures on the 2013 Annual Meeting website.
Call for Submissions
Starting in early November I encourage you to submit papers, symposia, PDW proposals, or caucus proposals via the Academy’s submission system.
Submissions Opening: November 6, 2012
Submissions Deadline: January 15, 2013 5:00 PM ET
(New York time)
Submitters are advised to carefully review the submission guidelines and procedures on the 2013 Annual Meeting websiteprior to submitting. Submissions that do not follow the guidelines or are incomplete will not be reviewed. If you have any questions about the submission guidelines and process, please contact the Program Staff at program at aom.org.
OCIS division focuses on the study of behavioral, economic, and social aspects of communication and information systems within and among organizations or institutions. Major topics include: interpersonal communication; verbal, nonverbal, and electronic communication; vertical, horizontal and diagonal communication; inter-group and intra-group communication; communication networks; applications of information technology in business and society; organizational adoption of communication and information technology; communication and information strategy and policy; communication and organizational culture; communication and information research methodology; managing information technology services; virtual teams, virtual work, and virtual organizations; the management of information systems professionals; e-communications; information systems development; managing IT-related organizational change; e-business, e-commerce, and e-markets; electronic value systems, value chains, and value webs; privacy and ethics; knowledge work, knowledge workers, and knowledge networks; IT infrastructure; governance of IT services; and organizational networks.
OCIS invites the submission of innovative empirical or conceptual papers and symposia on all themes of interest to the Academy that touch on organizational communications and/or information systems. Topics that are specifically oriented to the 2013 all-Academy theme of “Capitalism in Question” are especially encouraged. This year’s theme encourages reflection on the contributions that communication and information technology make in enabling and supporting new forms of capitalism or alternative economic systems. In particular, it calls for critical examinations of the role of IT in market competition, wage employment and limited government. OCIS invite communications and information systems scholars to reflect how we can enhance the value of our research, teaching and service, and inspire and enable a better world.
Division awards will be presented for best program paper, best student paper and best reviewer. The Gerardine DeSanctis Dissertation Award will be presented again at the 2013 meeting. The award, inaugurated by the OCIS division at the 2007 Annual Meeting, is open to solo-authored papers based on a dissertation completed within the past three years (see the OCIS Division website at http://ocis.aomonline.org for more details). The winner of the DeSanctis Award will be automatically nominated for the Academy-wide William H. Newman Award. The OCIS Division will also nominate one paper for the Academy-wide Carolyn Dexter Best International Paper Award (see the Orientation and Awards section in the submission guidelines for more details). In addition to these program-related awards, an award will be given for the best paper published by an OCIS member during 2012. Finally, the division may award one or more Lifetime Service awards.
Anyone who is interested in discussion their ideas and potential role in the OCIS program should contact me at youngjin.yoo at temple.edu by December 14, 2012. All papers and proposals must be submitted by January 15, 2013 at 5:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time).
Youngjin Yoo, 2013 Division Program Chair
OCIS Division, Academy of Management
Youngjin Yoo (@youngjinyoo) | Fox School of Business | Temple University
http://youngjinyoo.com | 1.215.307.0001 m | 1.215.893.5330 f
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