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Dirk Lindebaum

Grenoble Ecole de Management

Dirk Lindebaum is Senior Professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management (France), and a Visiting Professor at the University of Alberta School of Business (Canada). He is curious about ‘values’ as meta-theme in his research, particularly in relation to theory building, learning, technology and emotions at work. His work regularly appears in journals of international distinction, such as the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Management Studies, Organization Studies and Human Relations. In addition, he is the author of the book 'Emancipation through Emotion Regulation' (Edward Elgar, 2017). Despite his theoretical pursuits, the practical relevance of his research is regularly recognized in news outlets, such as the Financial Times, New York Times, BBC Radio 5 Live, Wirtschaftswoche, Daily Mail, Independent, Fortune Magazine and Bloomberg Business Week. Furthermore, he has published several practitioner-focused articles in MIT Sloan Management Review, one of which has been accepted into the Honor Roll of the Responsible Research in Business and Management network as an indication that his research serves the larger good.

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    Bill Harley

    Univ Of Melbourne

    Bill Harley is Professor of Management at The University of Melbourne, Australia. His first degree was in political science and his PhD in industrial relations. Bill is best known for his critical work, informed by Labor Process Theory, on employee experiences of labor management practices, but he has also published on methodology and contemporary business schools. His work has been published in journals including Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Management Studies, British Journal of Industrial Relations and Work Employment and Society. He is also the coauthor of the textbook Business Research Methods, with Emma Bell and Alan Bryman.

    Bill was previously General Editor of the Journal of Management Studies and since 2019 has been Chair of the Society for the Advancement of Management Studies. He has acted as a consultant to national and international organizations including the OECD and ILO.


    Arran Caza

    University of North Carolina at Greensboro

    Arran Caza is an Associate Professor of Management in the Bryan School of Business and Economics at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. He studies managers and other leaders, with an emphasis on their cognitions, emotions, and skill development. He has researched and taught on three continents, and had the opportunity to work with a variety of large and small organizations. Before becoming an academic, he worked in program evaluation, health promotion, and law enforcement.


    Katrin Susanne Muehlfeld

    Professor | University of Trier

    Katrin Muehlfeld is Professor of Management, Organization Studies, and HRM at Trier University, Germany. Her primary research interest relates to learning and decision-making processes at the individual and group levels, in both formal and informal settings, and in the context of present-day (grand) challenges related to technology, sustainability, and global perspectives. She has published in journals such as Journal of Management, Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, and Journal of Economic Psychology. Katrin has designed and taught a variety of courses at the bachelor and master levels, in Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium. Subjects include strategic management, organization theory, human resource management, institutional perspectives, and research methods. In terms of teaching philosophy, Katrin aims to promote students’ skill development and development of critical thinking through experiential learning, project-based learning, and socially interactive assignments.


    Barbara Zepp Larson

    Northeastern University

    Barbara Larson is Executive Professor of Management at Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business, where she has been a member of faculty since 2012. She teaches in the executive, graduate, and undergraduate programs, covering subjects including innovation behavior, high-performing teams, organizational behavior, and remote, hybrid, and virtual work.

    Professor Larson’s research focuses on the personal and interpersonal skills that people need to work effectively in virtual, remote, and hybrid environments, and she works with collaborators in both academia and industry to develop training methods and materials to enable more productive virtual and remote work. Her research has been published in Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Perspectives, and Management Science, among other outlets. She is a contributor at Harvard Business Review, and her work and insights have been cited by the New York Times, USA Today, NBC, BBC, and Bloomberg. She is author of the book Remote and Hybrid Work: What Everyone Needs to Know (Oxford University Press, expected publication November 2023).

    Prior to her academic career, Professor Larson worked for 15 years in international finance and operations leadership, most recently as Director of International Finance at R.R. Donnelley. She earned her DBA in management at Harvard Business School, MBA in finance at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and BA in spanish at the University of Virginia.


    Todd Bridgman

    Associate Professor | Victoria University of Wellington

    Todd Bridgman is Professor and Head of the School of Management at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He completed his PhD in organization studies at the University of Cambridge. Todd’s research interests lie at the intersection of management history, management education, and critical management studies. In particular, he is interested in challenging conventional histories of management that appear in textbooks and writing alternative histories as a way of rethinking how management is taught to students. His most recent books are The Past, Present and Future of Sustainable Management (Palgrave) and A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book About Management Theory (Sage), both with Stephen Cummings. Early in his career Todd edited The Oxford Handbook of Critical Management Studies (Oxford University Press, 2009) with Mats Alvesson and Hugh Willmott. Todd’s research has won Best Paper prizes in Human Relations (with Stephen Cummings and Kenneth Brown) and Academy of Management Learning & Education (with Stephen Cummings and John Ballard in 2019; and with Stephen Cummings and Colm McLaughlin in 2016). Todd is Emeritus Editor of Management Learning, having served as Coeditor-in-Chief for five years until 2021.


    Stuart Anthony Middleton

    The University of Queensland

    Stuart Middleton is a Senior Lecturer in Strategy at the University of Queensland. His scholarship of teaching and learning interests are in the history of management education and the use of dialogue and stories to facilitate student learning. He is recognized for his innovative work in teaching large courses in strategy, including receiving the Australia New Zealand Academy of Management’s (ANZAM) Innovative Management Educator of the Year for 2020. Stuart’s humorous takes on strategic management are captured in his TikTok account, where he teaches key strategy frameworks and theories by recreating famous movie scenes (TikTok handle @StuMid0).

    Beyond his Associate Editor role with AMLE, Stuart also serves on the editorial board for Journal of Management Education. He has published in leading management education journals, including Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Management Education, and Management Teaching Review. He has received best reviewer awards for Academy of Management Learning & Education (2022), and Journal of Management Education (2019). He is currently working on a book on the future of management education research.


    Simy Joy

    Independent Researcher

    Simy Joy is a PhD from Case Western Reserve University, USA, and a Fellow of Higher Education Academy, UK. She served as a faculty member at the University of East Anglia, UK and as a Faculty Fellow at the Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIMK), and was a founding member of the Center of Excellence for Social Innovation at IIMK. Her research interests include institutional and organisational sources of inequality, exclusion and injustice; and social innovations, social enterprises, socio-tech enterprises and micro-enterprises that attempt to engender equality, inclusion and justice. Her work has won awards from the Academy of Management, British Academy of Management, Academy of Management Learning & Education journal, and the Family Firm Institute. Her coedited or coauthored books include Socio-tech Innovation: Harnessing Technology for Social Good, Managing for Social Justice: Harnessing Management Theory & Practice for Collective Good, Being an Impact Champion: Enacting Corporate Social Consciousness, and Indian Cases in Organisational Behaviour (forthcoming). Prior to her PhD, Simy Joy worked in the Indian finance sector in the areas of training and development, organizational restructuring, and change management.


    Christine Moser

    Associate Professor | Vrije U. Amsterdam

    Christine Moser is an Associate Professor of Organization Theory at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Her research is on corporate social responsibility (CSR), knowledge flows in social networks, and the role of technology in social interaction. She is an innovative educator, using blended learning approaches to integrate research in education, and conducts research on these educational approaches. In research and education alike, Christine is interested in the nexus between the social and material dimensions of organizing and social interaction, and strives for achieving impact for sustainable organizing. Her work has been published among others in Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Research Policy, Human Relations, Organization Studies, Business & Society, New Media and Society, Innovation: Organization and Management, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, and MIT Sloan Management Review. She is an Editorial Board Member of Organization Studies, Innovation: Organization & Management, Organization Theory, Journal of Business Research, and the Responsible Research in Business and Management (RRBM) initiative. Christine is the vice-chair of the European Group of Organizational Studies (EGOS). In addition, she serves on the Executive Committee of the Organization & Management Theory (OMT) division of the Academy of Management as social media cochair, and is the Deputy Vice President Research for the International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management (IFSAM).


    Diego Coraiola

    University of Victoria

    Diego M. Coraiola is an Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Peter B. Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria. His primary research interests are in collective action and the strategic uses of symbolic resources. His current research focuses on organizational mnemonics, intergenerational change, and Indigenous organizing. His work has been published in journals such as the Academy of Management Annals, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management Studies, Organization Studies, and Management Learning.

    Diego has taught various courses such as strategic management, entrepreneurship, organization theory, and research methods for both graduate and undergraduate students in Brazil and Canada. His teaching philosophy focuses on helping students become active and autonomous learners through experiential learning and live cases.


    Laura Colombo

    University of Exeter Business School

    Dr. Laura Colombo is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Exeter Business School (Sustainable Futures group, Penryn Campus). She is a graduate of political science from the University of Milan (Italy), holds an MSc in social economics from the University of Bologna (Italy) and a PhD in management studies from the University of Exeter (UK). Her primary research interest is in the scaling strategies of social and cooperative enterprises and alternative food networks. She has published in leading international journals, including Academy of Management Learning & Education and Organization.

    Her teaching philosophy considers learning and teaching as empowering activities, opportunities to engage with the societal and environmental challenges of our time, and to nurture the critical and creative thinking of both students and faculty. She has taught a variety of courses, such as Organizational Behavior, Start-up Entrepreneurship, and Social Enterprise Management at graduate and undergraduate levels; and serves as Program Director for the BSc Business and Environment, an interdisciplinary program that introduces students to issues of sustainable business, global justice, and environmental science.

    Before returning to academia, she worked as a project designer, bidding for national and European funding schemes on topics such as food sovereignty, agroecology, environmental justice and transformative learning, building partnerships with NGOs, associations, cooperatives, and environmentally motivated social enterprises.

    Editorial Review Board

    Carolyn Egri

    Simon Fraser University

    Raymond A. Noe

    The Ohio State University

    Rocki-Lee DeWitt

    University of Vermont

    Thomas F. Hawk

    Professor Emeritus | Frostburg State University

    Anne Marie Francesco

    Professor | Hong Kong International Management Consulting Company

    Roy James Lewicki

    Professor Emeritus | Ohio State University

    Judith A Clair

    Boston College

    Cynthia Fukami

    University of Denver

    Derrick E D'Souza

    Univ Of North Texas

    Harris Sondak

    University of Utah

    Usha C.V. Haley

    Endowed Chair | Wichita State University

    Richard J. Klimoski

    George Mason University

    David Deephouse

    University of Alberta

    John Parnell

    Endowed Chair | University of North Alabama

    Fiona A E McQuarrie

    Professor Emeritus | Univ of the Fraser Valley

    Charles Fornaciari

    La Salle University

    Julie Wolfram Cox

    Professor | Monash Business School, Monash U.

    Neal M. Ashkanasy

    University of Queensland

    Jean M. Forray

    Professor Emeritus | Seneca Consortium

    Herman Aguinis

    Professor | George Washington University

    Robert Grant

    Bocconi University

    Michael E. Wasserman


    Christine Quinn Trank

    Professor | Vanderbilt University

    Marc-David Seidel

    University of British Columbia

    Kevin Carlson

    Professor | Virginia Tech

    Ali H. Mir

    William Paterson University

    Danna Greenberg

    Babson College

    John S Hassard

    Manchester Business School

    Veronique Ambrosini

    Monash University

    Benson Honig

    McMaster University

    Rolv Petter Amdam

    Professor | BI Norwegian School of Management

    Misty L. Loughry

    Professor | Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business

    D Christopher Kayes

    The George Washington University

    Jon Billsberry

    Professor | University of Wollongong

    Jamie L. Callahan

    Professor | Durham University

    Kathy Lund Dean

    Gustavus Adolphus College

    Jacob Eisenberg

    Associate Professor | UCD

    Cynthia S. Cycyota

    U.S. Air Force Academy

    Kenneth Starkey

    University of Nottingham

    Joy E. Beatty

    Department Head | Eastern Michigan University

    Lars Engwall

    Uppsala University

    Marcus Stewart

    Bentley University

    Dennis Tourish

    University of Sussex Business School

    Paul L. Drnevich

    Associate Professor | University of Alabama

    Robert Phillip Wright

    The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

    Nic Beech

    University of Dundee

    Stefan Meisiek

    Associate Professor | University of Sydney

    Michael Reynolds

    Lancaster University

    Gazi Islam

    Grenoble Ecole De Management

    Megan Margaret Gerhardt

    Miami University

    Managing Editor


    Stacey Victor

    Academy of Management

    Stacey Victor's career in publishing has spanned 25 years, beginning in trade publishing at both Time Warner and Random House, and then segueing into the academic and reference world in 2007. Stacey joined AOM in early 2016, where she is Managing Editor for Academy of Management Learning and Education and Academy of Management Annals.

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