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RRBM Webinar: Scholarly Impact - Finding the Holy Grail

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    RRBM Webinar: Scholarly Impact - Finding the Holy Grail

    Speaker: Professor Herman Aguinis

    Date: November 18, 2020 at  9.30 am (Eastern time) / 2.30 pm (London time)

    Please register here to participate.


    The desire to have an impact on different stakeholders including researchers, students, and society at large is a long-term aspiration of most academics-a sort of search of the "Holy Grail." What is scholarly impact? How should we measure it? How can we enhance the impact of our research and teaching activities? The goal of this webinar is to address these questions by describing the latest research and using an interactive format. The webinar will be of interest to researchers and educators aiming to enhance the impact of their work.

    Time: Wednesday, 18 November 2020 at 9.30 am (Eastern) / 2.30 pm (London) / 8.00 pm (Delhi). The seminar is scheduled for 90 minutes, including plenty of opportunity for Q&A.


    Suggested readings prior to the webinar (available at http://www.hermanaguinis.com/pubs.html):

    1. Aguinis, H., Cummings, C., Ramani, R. S., & Cummings, T. G. 2020. "An A is an A:" The new bottom line for valuing academic research. Academy of Management Perspectives, 34: 135-154. https://doi.org/10.5465/amp.2017.0193
    2. Aguinis, H., Ramani, R. S., Alabduljader, N., Bailey, J. R., & Lee, J. 2019. A pluralist conceptualization of scholarly impact in management education: Students as stakeholders. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 18: 11-42. https://doi.org/10.5465/amle.2017.0488
    3. Aguinis, H., Shapiro, D. L., Antonacopoulou, E., & Cummings, T. G. 2014. Scholarly impact: A pluralist conceptualization. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 13: 623-639. https://doi.org/10.5465/amle.2014.0121
    4. Aguinis, H., Ramani, R. S., & Cascio, W. F. in press. Methodological practices in international business research: An after-action review of challenges and solutions. Journal of International Business Studies. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41267-020-00353-7
    5. Aguinis, H., Banks, G. C., Rogelberg, S., & Cascio, W. F. 2020. Actionable recommendations for narrowing the science-practice gap in open science. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 158: 27-35. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.obhdp.2020.02.007
    6. Aguinis, H., & Solarino, A. M. 2019. Transparency and replicability in qualitative research: The case of interviews with elite informants. Strategic Management Journal, 40: 1291-1315. https://doi.org/10.1002/smj.3015
    7. Aguinis, H., Ramani, R. S., & Alabduljader, N. 2018. What you see is what you get? Enhancing methodological transparency in management research. Academy of Management Annals, 12: 83-110. https://doi.org/10.5465/annals.2016.0011
    8. Aguinis, H., Suarez-González, I., Lannelongue, G., & Joo, H. 2012. Scholarly impact revisited. Academy of Management Perspectives, 26(2): 105-132. https://doi.org/10.5465/amp.2011.0088


    Speaker

    Herman Aguinis is the Avram Tucker Distinguished Scholar, Professor of Management, and Chairperson of the Department of Management at The George Washington University School of Business. His research addresses the acquisition and deployment of talent in organizations and organizational research methods. He has been elected for the five-year presidency track of the Academy of Management (AOM), served as Vice President and Program Chair for the AOM 2020 virtual conference and is now serving as AOM President Elect. Professor Aguinis has written 170 refereed journal articles and published nine books. The 2020, 2019, and 2018 Web of Science Highly Cited Researchers Reportsranked him among the world's 100 most impactful researchers in Economics and Business and his work has received more than 33,000 Google Scholar citations (h-index = 85) and more than 10,500 Web of Science citations. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Management and received the Losey Award by the Society for Human Resource Management Foundation for lifetime achievement in human resource research; AOM Research Methods Division Distinguished Career Award for lifetime contributions; AOM Practice Theme Committee Scholar Practice Impact Award recognizing outstanding impact on policy making and managerial and organizational practices; Indiana University Dr. Martin Luther King Building Bridges Award for promoting equality, equity, diversity, and justice; and Indiana University Latino Faculty and Staff Council Distinguished Faculty Award recognizing his service, mentoring, and promotion of diversity initiatives. He has also received seven best-article-of-the-year awards from Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior (twice), Academy of Management Perspectives, Organizational Research Methods, and Management Research. He served as Editor-in-Chief of Organizational Research Methods, as President of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, and serves or has served on the editorial board of 26 journals.
     

    For further information please contact the moderator: Dr Sergey Portyanko, Assistant Professor, Cranfield School of Management (sergey.portyanko@cranfield.ac.uk)

    Please register here to participate.



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    Anne Tsui
    Arizona State University
    University of Notre Dame
    Co-founder, RRBM
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