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In this podcast, we show you how diverse the Organization and Management (OMT) division of the Academy of Management and its members really are. Our conversations explore how they got to where they are today, the cutting-edge questions they are asking, and what motivates them and their work.
 
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When a third generation Oregon fruit-grower is murdered on the grounds of his own orchard, investigators struggle to determine who could have wanted the well-liked man dead. An investigation full of surprising twists unfolds in this episode of Last Seen Alive. ***This episode also contains a BREAKING UPDATE regarding a case covered in a previous ep…
 
Emily Block, Associate Professor of Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Management at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada; Emily is also the OMT Division Membership Chair Emily provides advice for scholars to be authentic and trust in themselves, even if they do not fit the image of the ‘typical' management scholar or OMT member. She talks abo…
 
Sun Hyun Park, Associate Professor of Strategy and International Management at College of Business at Seoul National University in South Korea; Sun has also served as OMT’s Global Representative at Large Sun’s research focuses on how corporate managers cope with a firm’s external environment. We talk about his research and also about his personal j…
 
Chahrazad Abdallah is Associate Professor at the Université du Québec à Montréal, in Canada, and Associate Faculty at Singapore University of Social Sciences, in Singapore Chahrazad not only has a fascinating story of entry into academia, which includes speaking four languages and living in just as many countries, she also does thought-provoking re…
 
Daniel Armanios, Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University, in the United States. In this extra long Black Friday episode, Daniel talks about how, despite being in an engineering department, he works in the field of management and organisation theory. Daniel has always wanted to be an acade…
 
Martin Kilduff, Professor of Organizational Behaviour at University College London and the OMT Division Chair elect. In this episode, Martin explains that his research shows how an association with someone famous can help people secure a position. He also explains how it can be detrimental when the long-term association “buffers” people from underp…
 
Andrea Prado, Associate Professor of Management and Organisation at Incae Business School, in Costa Rica. In this episode, Andrea talks about her recent publication on Covid-19 in The Lancet and the interdisciplinary work she has been doing. She also reveals the impact of her work in a global context and the privilege of writing academic papers as …
 
When an accomplished long distance runner hits the trails in the central Wyoming mountains and never returns, investigators are tasked with answering the question: what—or who—did this Olympic hopeful fail to outrun? Strange journals, a serial killer with a history of terrible crimes against women and other theories are explored in this episode of …
 
When a college junior and aspiring pediatrician is beaten to death in her own bed, the bright future of a beloved young woman and active member of the Haliwa-Saponi tribal community is instantly destroyed. A bitter note, a fight captured on voicemail during an accidental pocket-dial and past police reports of violence weave a story of jealousy, cru…
 
When a young couple sets off for a weekend away, disappointment awaits at their destination, where a mortician’s convention has the hotel fully booked. A last-minute vacancy proves to be more deadly than lucky, resulting in a double ax murder with an incredible array of possible suspects in this episode of Last Seen Alive.…
 
When a brutally murdered John Doe turns out to be a Catholic priest leading a double life, blame falls upon a young man who was in a different state at the time of the murder. A wrongful conviction, mysterious pattern of priestly killings and an anonymous suicide at the confessional paint a twisted picture in this episode of Last Seen Alive.…
 
When an elderly World War II veteran and his loyal dog embark on a cross-country road trip, all goes smoothly until they reach The Big Lonely: a remote stretch of highway in the northern Nevada desert suspected to be a hunting ground for serial killers. The unexplained disappearance of man and dog launch an enormous search that yields nothing but m…
 
When a young soldier leaves the Army to work as a physics lab security specialist with a top-secret clearance, civilian life turns out to be more dangerous than anything she faced in uniform. After a series of strange events culminates in her being brutally gunned down, the mystery of her death spawns theories of conspiracy and serial killing that …
 
When the friendliest resident of San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood suddenly disappears, the entire neighborhood is suspicious. His neighbors’ worst fears are confirmed when a privately-hired crime scene clean-up crew arrives at his home, prompting police to respond and discover something gruesome concealed inside an aquarium in this episode of Last…
 
When a geologist and a wilderness guide go camping in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, the last thing anyone expects is for the experienced outdoorswomen to fail to return. Their brutal double-homicide rocks Shenandoah National Park and sparks a decades-long FBI investigation in this episode of Last Seen Alive.…
 
Lori Qingyuan Yue, Associate Professor at USC Marshall School of Business in California, USA In this final episode of our inaugural season, Lori talks about moving from China to the US and her research on social movements in China. She also discusses cultural differences, stereotypes, and the importance of paying attention to them. To find out more…
 
When an Alaskan fishing vessel is found abandoned and aflame the morning after a storm, it quickly becomes apparent that its crew encountered something much darker than the wrath of the sea. Investigators sift through ash in search of fragments of the murdered crew, uncovering pieces of Alaska’s worst unsolved mass murder in this episode of Last Se…
 
Hovig Tchalian, Assistant Professor at Claremont Graduate University’s Drucker School of Management, in California In this episode, Hovig relays his somewhat unusual path into academia, how he originally did not want to be an academic, and why he really enjoys being one now. He also discusses how management research relates to the humanities and wh…
 
Dalhia Mani, Associate Professor at the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore In this episode, Dalhia talks about family, serendipity and networks. She explains how her research was originally fuelled by a conspiracy theory and how she found that this was not supported by her data. She also discusses her experience working in different parts …
 
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