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2020 AOM Conference – Schedule for asynchronous symposia

  • 1.  2020 AOM Conference – Schedule for asynchronous symposia

    Posted 08-02-2020 14:45

    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 symposia that are set to take place online as part of the 2020 AOM Conference's a-synchronousprogram. In practice, these events are taking place as a series of recorded video exchanges and ongoing chat conversations that can be accessed through the AOM Conference website over the next few weeks. Presentations will be available through the AOM site until the 31st August. To make your planning easier, here is the list of five asynchronous symposia sponsored by the Division.


    Submission #




    History and the Temporality of Entrepreneurial Opportunities

    Symposium (panel)


    To a New Era of Corporate Venturing?

    Symposium (presenter)


    Women's High Growth Entrepreneurship: Programs, Polices, and Practices

    Symposium (panel)


    Emotions and Entrepreneurship: The Road Traveled, Boundary Conditions, and New Approaches

    Symposium (presenter)


    Entrepreneurial Expertise and Entrepreneurial Behavior

    Symposium (panel)


    Please understand that even if the AOM Conference Program list specific dates and times for these events, it does so strictly for programming purposes only: registered attendants to the Conference can watch and take part in the academic exchanges at a time of their own choosing, throughout the next few weeks.


    Needless to say, this is the first time we are forced to operate in this fashion – and we all appreciate the challenges the current circumstances and conference modes place on different people. Confident in our Division members' great enthusiasm and spirit, we are really looking forward to seeing some animated exchanges and exciting contributions emerge from these workshops!


    Information for logging into 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!


    Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to say a very big thank to 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 all.


    With all my gratitude for your continuous engagement with the Division, your patience and support and very best wishes for facing and managing all the current challenges these times bring!




    Sarah Jack

    Program Chair

    Professor Sarah L. Jack
    Jacob and Marcus Wallenberg Centre for Innovative and Sustainable Business Development
    House of Innovation
    Stockholm School of Economics
    Box 6501, SE-113 83 Stockholm, Sweden