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  • 1.  Deadline Nov. 30 Call for Papers, Teaching Exercises, Cases

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    Colleagues: Join us in the downtown historic art district of Maine, Portland for The Eastern Academy of Management annual meeting from May 13-16. The submission portal is now open. Please see details below:

    Eastern Academy of Management ANNUAL MEETING

    May 13  16, 2020 | Portland, Maine




    Conference Theme: Being Human in the Digital World

    In the new age of the digital world, human skills are in great demand. What are these skills? How do humans interact with digitization, automation, big data, artificial intelligence and other new frontiers of technology? How do we develop these skills required in this new age? How do faculty change the way we teach to prepare our students? The Eastern Academy of Management community will get together to explore these and other management issues in research, teaching, and learning. 


    Call for Papers

    Program Chair: Mousumi Bhattacharya, PhD

    Dolan School of Business, Fairfield University


    Tracks for empirical, conceptual papers, panels, symposia, posters

    Strategy, International Management 

    Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Information Technology 

    Human Resources Management 

    Organizational Behavior

    Ethics, Corporate Responsibility, Sustainability, Leadership 

    Management Education & Development 


    Tracks for alternative formats

    Experiential Learning Activities (ELA)

    Teaching Cases 

    Professional development workshops (PDWs)

    Idea Incubator

    Guidelines for submission

    Submit at www.eaom.org


    The Venue - The Westin Harborview

    Join us in the downtown historic art district of Portland, a short walk to the Old Port and some of the best restaurants, retail shops, museums and artistic venues in Maine. Each of the guest rooms features a stunning view of downtown, the harbor or Casco Bay. Situated adjacent to Interstate 95, two hours north of Boston and four hours from Hartford, Portland is convenient to get to for travelers coming from the north or the south. The Portland International Jetport (PWM), just 3 miles from downtown, offers nonstop flights to over a dozen cities across the U.S. and Canada as well as worldwide connections.


    Laurie Levesque
    Associate Professor
    Suffolk University
    Boston MA