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.
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.
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.