The 5th Humanistic Management Preconference at AOM
Transforming Management – Research/Practice/Pedagogy and Policy
Hosted by the Galligan Chair of Strategy at Boston College together with the International Humanistic Management Association
Location: Boston College, Carroll School of Management
Fulton Hall, Fulton Honors Library (2nd Floor Fulton)
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Sponsored by Duquesne University’s Institute for Ethical Business and Fordham University Center for Humanistic Management
8:30- 9:00 Introductions and Overview
9:00 – 10:00 Transforming Management Research
Seed conversation hosted by Sandra Waddock, Boston College
with Tima Bansal, Ivey School of Business, Jerry Davis, University of Michigan, Anita McGahan, Rotman School of Management
10:00 – 10:30 Rapid Prototyping: Participants will work in groups and define 3 abstracts per group which represents transformed management research.
Preparation: Please sketch out research ideas connected to your field(s) of research that qualify as humanistic/transformed research.
10:45- 12:00 Transforming Business Practice
Seed conversation hosted by Michael Pirson, Fordham University
with Donna Hicks, Harvard University, Raj Sisodia, Babson College,
Rapid Prototyping: Participants will work in group and identify 3 ways their organization can support business transformation.
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1:00 – 2:15 Transforming Pedagogy
Seed conversation hosted by Erica Steckler, UMass Lowell
with Otto Scharmer, MIT/Presencing Institute., Stuart Hart, University of Vermont
Rapid Prototyping: Participants will work in groups and work on either a prototype for a course, or a program.
Preparation: Please bring a laptop or smart device and have your course syllabus / syllabi downloaded and accessible to work in to best facilitate this workshop. If possible, print out a copy or two of the syllabus/syllabi as well.
2:30 – 3:30 Transforming Policy
Seed conversation hosted by William English, Georgetown University
with Jerry Davis, University of Michigan, Oliver Williams, Notre Dame/ UN Global Compact
3:45- 5:15 U Lab- Next steps
ULAb work with Otto Scharmer: bringing it all together and shaping the ecosystem for transformation
Participants will work towards collectively shaping transformation
5-15 – 6:30 Merriment