Today, I was invited to join the Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ) editorial board, an invitation I of course accepted! The current editor is Henrich Greve (INSEAD). I have been an ad hoc reviewer for ASQ since 2014. ASQ is owned and managed by the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. According to Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate Analytics, 2017), Administrative Science Quarterly had a 2016 Impact Factor of 4.929, ranking it #12 out of 121 journals in business and #13 out of 194 journals in management. A list of my other editorial positions is available here.
Today, BNN interviewed Jonathan Banks about the University of Alberta Future Energy Systems geothermal energy research program.
Below is a brief presentation I made today at the 2017 Global B Corp Academic Community Roundtable at the University of Toronto Rotman School of Management. The Roundtable was held on October 4-5 in parallel with the 2017 B Corp Champions Retreat.
Today I presented the latest version of our research on woman-owned businesses and sustainability certifications at the 2017 Global B Corp Academic Community Roundtable. The paper is co-authored with Matthew G. Grimes (Indiana University) and Ke Cao (University of Alberta) and has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Venturing as part of a special issue on “Enterprise Before and Beyond Benefit: A Transdisciplinary Research Agenda for Prosocial Organizing.” The special issue is being edited by Oana Branzei (Ivey Business School), Ed Gamble (Montana State University), Peter Moroz (University of Regina), and Simon Parker (Ivey Business School).
In August, at the 2017 annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, I received the ONE Emerging Scholar Award from the Organizations and the Natural Environment Divison of the Academy of Management. Today, in its Fall Newsletter, the ONE Division Published a nice Q&A with me, which I have excerpted below.
Today, CBC featured a story about the work being done in Hinton related to geothermal energy. The story quotes Jonathan Banks, who leads the University of Alberta’s Future Energy Systems Geothermal Energy research team. As part of the research, Lianne Lefsrud, John Parkins and I are working on “Socio-Economic Roadmaps to Commercial Geothermal Energy Production in Western Canada.”
Today, I was invited to join the Organization Studies Editorial Review Board. The current Editors-in-Chief are Trish Reay (University of Alberta) and Daniel Hjorth (Copenhagen Business School). I have been reviewing for the journal since June 2010. Organization Studies is the official journal of the European Group for Organization Studies. According to Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate Analytics, 2017) Organization Studies had a 2016 Impact Factor of 3.107, ranking it #39 out of 194 journals in management. A list of my other editorial positions is available here.