AMJ Values Work Paper Among Most Read

Our paper on “Values Work” was published in the February issue of the Academy of Management Journal. The paper also can be downloaded for free from SSRN. According to the AMJ website the paper was the #5 most-read paper during March 2013. The introduction to the special issue was ranked #2.

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According to ISI’s Journal Citation Reports, the Academy of Management Journal had a 1-year impact factor of 5.608 in 2011, making it the highest rated empirical research journal out of 166 “management” journals, and 113 “business” journals.

“Values Work” also was one of six papers featured in Volume 1, Issue 1 of the University of Alberta School of Business Research Paper Series, edited by Michael Lounsbury.

The final citation is: Gehman, J., Treviño, L.K., & Garud, R. 2013. Values Work: A Process Study of the Emergence and Performance of Organizational Values Practices. Academy of Management Journal, 56: 84-112.

Sociomaterial Processes of Category Emergence and Naturalization

This past week, at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Boston, I was part of a workshop entitled: Revealing the Cultural in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. The other presenters, discussants and organizers included included:

  • Jean Clarke; University of Leeds
  • Joep Cornelissen; VU University Amsterdam
  • Davide Ravasi; Bocconi University
  • Tyler Wry; University of Pennsylvania
  • Krsto Pandza; University of Leeds
  • Howard Aldrich; University of North Carolina
  • Miriam Wolf; University of Leeds
  • Robin Holt; University of Liverpool
  • Charlotte Coleman; University of Leeds

My talk was on Sociomaterial Processes of Category Emergence and Naturalization. It drew on two of my existing papers, as well as ongoing work.

The presentation is available through Slideshare.