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2019 AOM PNP Annual Meeting Program Highlights

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    PUBLIC AND NONPROFIT DIVISION (PNP) 2019 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

     

    PNP Plenary: Workplace Incivility & the Inclusive Organization, Mon, Aug 12, 9:45 - 11:15am, Hilton Boston Back Bay, Adams B.  A panel of experts will unpack what we mean by (in)civility, the current political discourse, and what this means for (in)civility in the workplace.  Moderated by Professor Janine O'Flynn.

     

    PNP Doctoral Student Professional Development Consortium: An intensive workshop providing doctoral students in public and nonprofit administration with guidance on the job market, publishing, presentation skills, and dissertation research, Sat, Aug 10, 8:30am - 4:30pm, Hilton Boston Back Bay, Washington. Participants must apply to participate.  Please direct questions to Co-Chairs, Jamie Levine Daniel (jlevined@iupui.edu) & Jaclyn Piatak (jpiatak@uncc.edu).

     

    PNP Division Business Meeting:  Annual awards, incoming leadership team, and new business will be announced.  Sun, Aug 11, 4:00 - 5:30pm, Hilton Boston Back Bay, Adams A. 

     

    PNP Division Social: Sun, Aug 11, 6:00 - 8:00PM, Hilton Boston Back Bay, Washington.

     

    All Academy Themed Symposium: Divergence and Convergence of Public Sector Leadership Across Context and Cultures, Sun, Aug 11, 2:15 - 3:45pm, Boston Hynes Convention Center, room 109.  The symposium focuses on the role of leadership to successfully manage inclusive organisational change, in ways that encourage the empowerment and contributions of all.

     

    Award Winning Papers:

    "Emotional Responses to Bureaucratic Red Tape," by Fabian Hattke, David Hensel, and Janne Kaluzca, Tues, Aug 13, 8:00 - 9:30am, Hilton Boston Back Bay, Copley.   

     

    "Keeping the Dream Alive: The Role of Expectancy in Pay-for-Performance Programs," by Sandro Cabral, Sergio Firpo, Marcelo Marchesini Da Costa, Joana Monteiro, and Leonard Viotti, Tues, Aug 13, 1:15 - 2:45pm, Hilton Boston Back Bay, Copley.

     

    "The Nonprofit Starvation Cycle: Impact of Underfed Overhead on Program Outcomes," by Hala Altamimi and Qiaozhen Liu, Tues, Aug 13, 9:45 - 11:15am, Hilton Boston Back Bay, Adams B.



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    Amy E. Smith
    Division Program Chair
    Academy of Management Public & Nonprofit Division

    Associate Professor
    University of Massachusetts Boston
    AmyE.Smith@umb.edu
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