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2020 AOM Conference – Schedule for 'live' PDWs

  • 1.  2020 AOM Conference – Schedule for 'live' PDWs

    Posted 7 days ago

    Dear ENT Division Members,

    I hope you and your loved ones remain healthy and safe. 

    Together with my colleagues from the Division's leadership, it is my great pleasure to invite you to take part in the many exciting Professional Development Workshops (PDW) that are set to take place online as part of the 2020 AOM Conference's synchronous program (that is, these events will take place 'live' at specific times).  I wish that all the great PDW that were accepted as part of the program could be part of the synchronous program, but the number that could be included was significantly limited.  Please note that several of the live PDW have online resources to help us to use the live time efficiently. 

    To make your planning easier, the following table lists the date and time of these events: please note that all times are for North America's East-Coast Daylight Saving Time (EDT): this corresponds to UTC minus 4.

     

    Submission #

    Title

    Type

    Scheduled Day/Time

    17765

    Scaling Up Accelerator Research

    PDW Workshop

    Friday, Aug  7 2020   12:00pm-  1:00pm

    20214

    Beyond "Data Deserts": Introducing the Innovation Information Initiative

    PDW Workshop

    Friday, Aug  7 2020    3:00pm-  4:00pm

    12456

    Mindset and Skills for the 2020s: The Multifaceted Role of Entrepreneurship Education

    PDW Workshop

    Saturday, Aug  8 2020    9:00am- 10:00am

    13829

    Pathways to Connect Research and Practice: Developing Practice-Inspired Entrepreneurship Research

    PDW Workshop

    Saturday, Aug  8 2020   12:00pm-  1:00pm

    11861

    Addressing Validity Challenges in Entrepreneurship Research Experiments

    PDW Workshop

    Saturday, Aug  8 2020    3:00pm-  4:30pm

     

    Needless to say, this is a first for all of us – and we appreciate that the challenges the current circumstances and conference modes place on everyone. Given our confidence in our Division members' enthusiasm and entrepreneurial spirit, we look forward to lively conversations and exciting new research and teaching innovations which will emerge from these workshops!

    Information for logging in onto these 'live' workshops and symposia will be communicated on the AOM Conference website: please stay tuned but consider setting the time aside to take part in these one-time only events!

    In addition, keep an eye out for information about our interactive social for Saturday night!

    Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Division sponsors, including our Gold sponsor, The Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University, our Silver sponsors, Farmer School of Business, and Baylor University, and our Bronze Sponsors, Colorado State University's Institute for Entrepreneurship, Babson College's Blank Center for Entrepreneurship, Texas Tech University, North Carolina State's Entrepreneurship Clinic, the New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, the Centre for Family Enterprise and Ownership, QUT Business School's Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research and the Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy.  We are deeply indebted to them.

    With my gratitude for your continuing engagement with the Division,



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    April Franco
    PDW Chair
    Associate Professor, Economics and Strategy
    Chair and Graduate Chair, Department of Management
    University of Toronto Scarborough

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