Discussion: View Thread

"Reviewing in the Rough" 2019 PDW for Doctoral Students and Junior Faculty

  • 1.  "Reviewing in the Rough" 2019 PDW for Doctoral Students and Junior Faculty

    Posted 05-14-2019 00:58

    **Apologies for cross-postings."

    Are you interested in the craft of reviewing, because…

    •      You've never been formally trained and aren't sure where to begin?
    •      You're looking for ways to improve existing reviewing skills?
    •      You've been helped by high quality reviews in the past and wish to pay it forward?
    •      You'd like insight from people at all levels of the review process, such as associate editors, editorial board members, and scholars with reviewing (and publishing) success?


    *"Reviewing in the Rough: A PDW for Doctoral Students and Junior Faculty Members" is a two-hour workshop sponsored by the MOC Division, taking place at this year's Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Boston on Friday, August 9, 1:45 PM – 3:45 PM. This workshop will provide participants an opportunity to gain key insights about the review process and quality reviewing from Associate Editors and Editorial Board Members at leading journals in our field. Before the conference, participants will complete their own reviews of an Academy of Management Journal original submission, then discuss and receive feedback on these from experienced scholars in roundtable sessions. Participants will learn exclusive information about the revise and resubmit process from the author himself, along with the actual reviews he received and how they helped shape the final manuscript. This is the 9th year of RIR and we are thrilled to have many outstanding scholars participating, including: Drew Carton, Matthew Grimes, Trevor Foulk, Cristiano Guarana, Ronald Humphrey, Peter Jordan, Suzanne Masterson, Christopher Myers, Frits Pil, Michael Pratt, Christian Resick, Kristie Rogers, and John Paul Stephens.


    Information on the session is available on the AOM website:



    *How to Apply*


    To reserve your spot, please complete the following steps:


    1.     Send an e-mail to mocreview@gmail.comto request a copy of the manuscript.
    2.     Complete a formal review of this manuscript (approximately two single-spaced pages).
    3.     E-mail your completed review to mocreview@gmail.com.
    4.     We will e-mail you the registration code for the PDW.
    5.     Register for the PDW at the 2019 AOM PDW registration website.


    Please note that spots in the workshop will be allotted to the first 30 doctoral students and junior faculty members who submit their completed reviews before June 30. Please send any questions to Keimei Sugiyama at keimei.sugiyama@case.edu. We look forward to seeing you in Boston!

    Celia Chui
    Boston University