Shaping the Future of Management at AOM
The Academy of Management is the preeminent professional association for management and organization scholars.
Our worldwide members are professors and Ph.D. students in business schools at universities, academics in related social science and other fields, and practitioners who value knowledge creation and application. Founded in 1936, our global community today is more than 19,000 strong, spanning more than 110 countries.
AOM’s vast network and resources support AOM members by cultivating connections and opportunities to help shape the future of management.
Member Benefits and Services
Divisions or Interest Groups (DIGs)
The Academy's 26 Divisions and Interest Groups support teaching, research, and practice.
AOM's online community connects members and provides an engaging and collaborative experience focusing on management and organization research.
Annual Meeting and Events
Join global members for the largest gathering of management scholars at AOM's Annual Meeting. Attend in-person or virtually. Take part in the many in-person and virtual Paper Development Workshops hosted around the globe.
Research and Collaboration
Journals and Publications
Access AOM’s top-ranked, peer-reviewed journals, including the complete archive of over 40,000 articles and abstracts.
Paper Development Workshops
PDWs provide guidance and expertise in the development of manuscripts for potential submission to one of the Academy's six journals.
Academy of Management Insights
Academy of Management Insights translates the latest findings in management and organization research and articles from AOM’s top-ranked journals into easy-to-read summaries, engaging infographics, and eye-catching videos.
Career and Growth Opportunities
Find your next career opportunity through year-round job postings or attend a Virtual Career Fair featuring direct connections with recruiters at global institutions.
AOM CARMA Program
Academic and Student members can now access CARMA resources as part of their AOM Membership benefits!
AOM Volunteer opportunities include leadership roles and committee membership, Annual Meeting and journal article submissions reviewing, editorial team roles, mentoring, and coaching.
Academy News, AOM's bi-monthly newsletter, offers timely and relevant research and information from the AOM community.
Grow your network. AOM's Member and Leadership Directories provide members access to colleagues around the world.
Awards and Recognition
Each year at the Annual Meeting, AOM presents awards to members in recognition of outstanding contributions, professional accomplishments, and distinguished service.
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"The knowledge that is being created through AOM is reaching communities, societies, industries around the world."
Elizabeth George, University of Auckland, Member since 1992
"AOM has become my one academic professional organization which shaped my scholarship as well as my personal life. Some members have become life-long friends. The co-learning is invaluable."
Ming-Jer Chen, University of Virginia, Member since 1998
"I started my career here. I came to AOM to meet established scholars when I was young—I met friends and found collaborators. AOM is also the place where I discovered the newest developments in the field—the new ideas, the new scholars—this is the place where like minds meet."
Katherine Xin, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Member since 2010
Member Spotlight: Yu Tse Heng
Recipient of the 2022 William H. Neman Award
Ruth V. Aguilera
Marina Astakhova, Christine Mihelcic, Michelle Montague-MfuniMarina Astakhova, Christine Mihelcic, and Michelle Montague-Mfuni join the newest class of Robins School of Business teacher-scholars. Robins School faculty are acclaimed business leaders, subject matter experts, and consultants. They are authors and scholars and mentors both in and out of the classroom.
Herman Aguinis of The George Washington University School of Business was inducted into The PhD Project Hall of Fame in management.
“This year’s Hall of Fame inductees truly epitomize our unique approach to diversifying college business schools to create the next generation of leaders in the business industry,” said Blane Ruschak, president of The PhD Project
Herman is ranked among the world's 100 most impactful researchers in economics and business and has been a visiting scholar at universities around the world. His professional and life agenda is to have an impact on the academic community, but also on society at large.
Photo: PhD Project