Dear esteemed Management History colleagues,
as part of the upcoming 83rd Academy of Management Conference, scheduled to be held in Boston from August 3rd to 8th, I would like to extend a warm invitation to all members of the Management History Division to take note of the exciting lineup of events and activities organized by our division.
Please find attached the document containing comprehensive details of the Professional Development Workshops, parallel sessions featuring scholarly presentations, Symposia, and the plenary session, and the social event that will be held during the conference.
The Management History Division has curated a diverse and engaging program, catering to the interests of our esteemed community. The Professional Development Workshops and Symposia will provide valuable opportunities for professional growth, offering insights into emerging trends and methodologies within the field of management history. These events will be led by renowned experts in the discipline, ensuring a high-quality learning experience for all participants.
The Division-Sponsored PDW is the one entitled "Unicorns and Other 'Fantastic' New Ventures: Lights and Shadows of Entrepreneurial Evolution".
The parallel sessions, scheduled throughout the conference, will showcase the latest research and scholarly contributions in management history. This is an excellent platform to gain knowledge, exchange ideas, and engage in stimulating discussions with fellow researchers. We encourage active participation and look forward to the enriching insights that these sessions will undoubtedly provide.
The plenary session promises to be a highlight of the conference, featuring distinguished keynote speakers who will shed light on important aspects of the history of entrepreneurship. Their expertise and thought-provoking perspectives will undoubtedly inspire and further ignite our passion for studying and understanding the evolution of entrepreneurship thought and practices.
Additionally, the planned social event aims to foster networking and camaraderie among participants. This occasion will provide the opportunity to connect with fellow scholars, build relationships, and exchange experiences and ideas beyond the confines of the conference sessions.
We sincerely hope that you will join us in Boston to contribute to the vibrant atmosphere of intellectual exchange and scholarly collaboration that defines the 83rd Academy of Management Conference. Your presence and active participation will undoubtedly enrich the discourse within our division and contribute to the advancement of management history as a field.
Please mark your calendars for the Management History Division events and make sure to consult the attached PDF for further details. We encourage you to plan your schedule accordingly to maximize your engagement and ensure a fruitful conference experience.
We eagerly await your presence and look forward to the valuable contributions you will bring to our Division's events.
PDW Chair of the Management History Division