The sixth conference will focus on Rethinking Collaboration and Coordination in Work and in Organizations.
The tentative program features keynote presentations by Cary Cooper [the 2023 IOBC Lifetime Achievement Award winner (Cary L Cooper | The University of Manchester)], Batia Wiesenfeld (https://www.stern.nyu.edu/faculty/bio/batia-wiesenfeld) and Laurie Weingart (Laurie R. Weingart - Tepper School of Business - Carnegie Mellon University (cmu.edu)).
The IOBC will offer a unique opportunity to explore how collaboration and coordination in work organizations have been influenced by the pandemic and the application of AI and machine learning technologies in the workplace. The conference will also provide numerous opportunities to share work-in-progress, receive feedback and interact with leading scholars in the field with the opportunity to forge fruitful and on-going collaborations.
The main conference will open with a welcome reception on the evening of January 3rd. Plenary sessions featuring keynote addresses, as well as interactive paper presentations and poster presentation sessions, will be held on January 4th and 5th.
Two pre-conference workshops will be held on January 3rd at the Coller School of Management.
Doctoral Student and Junior Faculty Consortium
Participants in the consortium will enjoy the opportunity to discuss their research in an informal and collegial atmosphere, and receive feedback from top scholars and editors of leading journals. The consortium will consist of two career development sessions and an editorial panel session, followed by round-table discussions of participants’ work-in-progress. Participants wishing to receive personal feedback on a working paper can submit a short draft of their work when they register for the consortium so long as they do so by the registration deadline.
Academy of Management Discoveries (AMD) Registered Reports Workshop
A registered report is a submission that includes the front end of (i.e., introduction, methods, and analysis plan) of a planned or completed study, but not the results or discussion section. Such reports are evaluated by AMD on the basis of the importance of the topic, the merit of the selected analytic approach, methodological rigor and quality, and consistency with the editorial mission of AMD. Participants in this workshop will receive feedback from an AMD facilitator on a registered report in-progress. A number of reports developed in this workshop may be invited for submission to, and potential publication in AMD. More information on registered reports at AMD can be found here. Participants wishing to participate in the workshop should submit a draft of their report when they register for the conference.
IOBC Best Paper Award
Select papers will be nominated as finalists for the IOBC Best Paper Award. Finalists will be asked to submit a full paper for an additional blind-review process. The winner of the Best Paper Award will receive a $500 cash prize. The winning paper will be announced in the concluding session of the conference.
Conference Location and Accommodation
IOBC 2023 will be held at the Coller School of Management at Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Conference hotels will offer special rates. Details regarding accommodations will be posted on the conference website soon.
Family Friendly Conference
With the winter in full swing in many parts of the world, Israel’s mild weather combined with its fabulous tourist attractions is perfect for bringing your family along.